Three Wishes

By Liane Moriarty

  • Release Date : 2007-11-10
  • Genre : Fiction & Literature
  • FIle Size : 1.93 MB
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 506 Ratings

Description

Three Wishes From the no. 1 New York Times bestselling author of The Husband's Secret and Big Little Lies

"I adored Three Wishes ... fresh, very, very funny ... also intelligent and unsentimental about family dynamics" Marian Keyes

"Written with wisdom, humor, and sincerity" Booklist

Three sisters, one birthday, one little problem ...

It happens sometimes that you accidentally star in a little public performance, your very own comedy, tragedy or melodrama.

The three Kettle sisters have been accidentally starring in public performances all their lives, affecting their audiences in more ways than they'll ever know. This time, however, they give a particularly spectacular show when a raucous, champagne-soaked birthday dinner ends in a violent argument and an emergency dash to the hospital.

So who started it this time? Was it Cat: full of angry, hurt passion dating back to the 'Night of the Spaghetti'? Was it Lynn: serenely successful, at least on the outside? Or was it Gemma: quirky, dreamy and unable to keep a secret, except for the most important one of all?

Whoever the culprit, their lives will have all changed dramatically before the next inevitable clash of shared genes and shared childhoods.

Fans of Jojo Moyes, Jodi Picoult and Paula Hawkins will love Liane Moriarty.

Reviews

  • Loved this book

    5
    By Dicky boo
    Not as many twist and turns as some of her other books, it equally brilliant! This lady knows how to write. Such an interesting style of writing! I loved the excepts from people looking in on their lives, added such nice touch
  • Great and easy read

    5
    By Audacity2006
    Loved this book. Funny and related with twists along the way.
  • Quirky Entertaining Heartbreaking

    4
    By missjodi3
    Couldn't decide whether to cry or smile through out this story. The character dynamics are quirky and entertaining and all three sisters are extremely relatable!
  • Triple the fun

    4
    By Lucas Mahon
    This tale about triplet girls and their rather unconventional lives and wacky family will keep you turning the pages until late into the night. The characters are lively and engaging and the story transitions from the present to the past and back again with great ease. Another great book from this reliable author.
  • Three Wishes

    5
    By ChrisandDennis
    Loved the way this writer can tell a story and you get all the emotions that these characters were feeling, expressing and experiencing. I really felt I got to know them well, like I was part of the family. Can't wait to read my next adventure with Liane Moriarty.
  • READ THIS BOOK!

    5
    By ShayeBay15
    Brilliant! Absolutely loved this book, couldn't put it down. Hilarious, heartbreaking, heartwarmingly delicious read!
  • Three Wishes

    5
    By loo65
    Loved this book very funny would make a great movie.
  • Triple the emotions

    5
    By Bullant60
    What should have been a cheesy storyline with triplets at the centre - was actually a funny, sad and honest account of family dynamics. I loved the random anonymous accounts from strangers that shared single events involving the triplets from their perspective. I also loved the honest, sometimes brutal fallout from the triplets interactions. They played out the family dynamics with the full range of emotions! Every person would relate to something (if not everything) in this story. The best line would have to be where it was explained that Lyn and Cat never actually reconcile after a fight - they just lay down their arms until next time! Pure gold.
  • Three wishes

    4
    By Kmumsywumsy
    Witty, poignant, confronting but a good read and such a different subject. 💝
  • Sisterly love

    4
    By Loxette
    I absolutely loved this book, I am going to miss the triplets now it feels like I've said goodbye to close friends. This is the 2nd Liane Moriarty book I've read and I just downloaded the rest so can't wait to dive in to the next one, love that my hometown features so much in them also.

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