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The Husband's Secret Characters Ð 0 Å [Reading] ➬ The Husband's Secret ➳ Liane Moriarty – At the heart of The Husband’s Secret is a letter that’s not meant to be readMy darling Cecilia if you’re reading this then I’ve diedImagine that your husband wrote you a letter to be opened af At the heart But the lives of others as The Husband's Epubwell Imagine then that you stumble across that letter while your husband is still very much alive Cecilia Fitzpatrick has achieved it all she’s an incredibly successful businesswoman a pillar of her small community and a devoted wife and mother Her life is as orderly and spotless as her home But that lett. NEW REVIEW ETA Okay I finished itI still stand by my original opinion Three unlikable women are the main characters in this novelCecilia is a ninny She finds this letter in the attic addressed to her only to be opened when her husband dies He's not dead She spends the first half of the book waffling between should I open itshould I not It's annoying Meanwhile she runs through every scenario she can think of and also fantasizes about what every single family member and friend would advise her to doThen she finally opens the letter and spends the second half of the book waffling about what to do with the information it contains Needless to say I found this character to be very frustratingTess is a woman experiencing the ultimate betrayal her husband is in love with her cousin Her cousin who is so close to her they are like twin sisters She flees to another city with her 6 year old son to rethink her lifeRachel is consumed with rage and grief since her daughter was found murdered in a park a few decades ago This rage and grief frankly makes her a huge jerk She hates her daughter in law for no discernible reason and is a real jerk to her Also after her daughter was killed she pretty much just ignored her poor son So he's grown up really almost estranged from her I didn't like herThis book is just chock full of guilt and suffering Oh pain suffering guilt Punishment from God Isn't that what life is all about Um no it isn't And it isn't really what I want to read about eitherThis book had other problems as well1 FEMALE ON FEMALE HATEWhat is WITH booksmoviestv trying to convince me that women are bitches I certainly don't talk to my friend nicely and then immediately think hateful comments about her Every single woman in this book was likeHi Joan Oh what a lovely dress you have on Are you coming to the party SaturdayInternal thoughts Wow I hate Joan She is skinnier than me Also she makes great potato salad That angers me because I buy my potato salad instead of homemaking itOr some such shit like that WTF I really don't know many women who are like this A very small percentage What is the deal with making us all look like backstabbing hate filled competitors This is not how I feel about other women at all Reading this kind of stuff makes me sad Characters in this book do this to close friends family members distant acuaintances any other woman in the vicinity2 FAT HATEAccording to this book fat women are like the most tragic horrifying people on Earth They are like the victims of some horrible disfiguring tragedy that makes children cry and people avert their eyes No man in their right mind would ever datetouchhave sex withkiss one unless he was a very charitable or b a 'fat freak' who 'chases chubby women' No mentioncomments on fat men which I thought was interestingI was practically laughing my ass of at this Fat women have sex They get married Men fall in love with them Despite what the media tells you fat women have sexdateslove just like anyone else Almost every single fat woman I know is in a healthy loving relationship with a normal meaning not a chubby chaser or loser or whatever scraps people think fat women end up with guy It would never even occur to me to think She can't get a date because she's fat because in my experience fat women get a lot of play So fuck this shit Don't believe a word of what this book tells you You don't have to look like a Victoria's Secret ad to get a husbandWhenever I read a book filled with fat hate I am confused Even if the author is not fat herself doesn't she have fat people she loves and admires and relies on in her life Her grandma Her mom Her aunt Her cousin Her best friend Her favorite librarian It's extra weird with this book because fatoverweight men are NEVER MENTIONED as if they simply don't exist or if they d

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Er is about to change everything and not just for her Rachel and Tess barely know Cecilia or each other but they too are about to feel the earth shattering repercussions of her husband’s secretAcclaimed author Liane Moriarty has written a gripping thought provoking novel about how well it is really possible to know our spouses and ultimately ourselve. I'm just going to leave it at 3 I don't know how I really feel about this one I felt the same way about Big Little Lies because I listened to both books on audio the first time And for some reason her books don't work for me the first time around on audio So I will leave it at that for now I know I loved Big Little Lies when I read the physical book so we shall see Mel 🖤🐾🐺

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The Husband's SecretAt the heart of The Husband’s Secret is a letter that’s not meant to be readMy darling Cecilia if you’re reading this then I’ve diedImagine that your husband wrote you a letter to be opened after his death Imagine too that the letter contains his deepest darkest secret something with the potential to destroy not just the life you built together. Some secrets are meant to stay secret forever Just ask Pandora The Husband's Secret is a decent book but I honestly expected to enjoy it a lot than I did I love mysteries that focus on the characters and their relationships with each other; and I love reading about morally uestionable people especially women I find complex relationships between women to be fascinating woven with friendship jealousies and secrets but I found this book superficial and at times even boringFirstly the titular secret is not a mystery and is so easy to guess immediately that I was hoping it would be something else Secondly I think the secret and the details behind it are not very interesting and despite it being a serious issue it doesn't feel particularly scandalous or exciting You open this book just like Pandora opening her boxjar promised this huge secret by the title and blurb and yet for me it was very anticlimacticIt gets three stars because Moriarty writes about selfish depressed and troubled middle class women very well The dialogue and dynamics between them are funny entertaining and contain those rare pieces of human honesty that only a few authors can achieve little thoughts feelings or behaviours that are personal and strange but instantly recognizable and true In reality the human reaction to certain situations discovering a dark secret being dumped for someone else etc is not often what we think it should be It's like when you play out meeting someone famous in your head and you think you know exactly what you would do until you meet them and your plans fly out the window In this book I get the sense that Moriarty has tapped into real human reactions and behaviour these women don't always feel and behave in a typical or conventional way and yet it seems all the real because of itBut interesting character studies aside it did get tiresome after a while When you strip away the not so interesting mystery this is a book about the relationships of a bunch of privileged middle class woman And there's really only so much of that I can take before I start losing interestBlog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Tumblr