What Alice Forgot

What Alice Forgot

Book - 2012
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Suffering an accident that causes her to forget the last ten years of her life, Alice is astonished to discover that she is thirty-nine years old, a mother of three children, and in the midst of an acrimonious divorce from a man she dearly loves.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 2012, c2009
Edition: Berkley trade paperback ed
ISBN: 9780425247440
Branch Call Number: MOR
Characteristics: 488 p. ;,21 cm

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After an accident at the gym, Alice loses 10 years of her memory and wakes up thinking she's still 29. Not the most engaging of all of Moriarty's books, but still a fun summer read. Recommended by Angela.


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Sansha
Aug 01, 2017

Another great book by Liane Moriarty.

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brooklynheart5
Jul 24, 2017

Great Book! Great characters. Great storyline. Really enjoyed it.

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KLeAnneP
Jul 19, 2017

I was pulled in right from the start.... then I got bored and almost turned the book back in without reading it. I kept telling myself "just a few more pages to see" and then became solidly hooked about a third of the way through. You can read the synopsis elsewhere, so I only share this to set expectations. Power through the first little bit, and you'll be glad. There were enough surprises to keep it interesting!

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smw51
Jul 09, 2017

I loved this book, great storyline and well written. Read all her books and this is up there.
I thought the idea of the two main characters changing so much from who they were originally when first married very well put together by Liane M. They were 'still there' and wanted to be who they were but their lifestyles had changed drastically and becoming more affluent focusing on the main reason. I have recommended this book to friends.
Please write another book soon Liane!

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gina51
May 16, 2017

My least favorite of l.m. books. Surprised they didnt choose to make her husbands secret a movie. 2 stars

mlnorris1 May 09, 2017

Relatable characters and a thought provoking plot line. This is one of my favorite books so far this year.

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GusAndAbe
Apr 21, 2017

Without any concrete memories of the past 10 years, Alice tries to figure out what happened to her free-spirited younger self.

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wmtlady
Jan 11, 2017

At times I felt like this was a "good read" and at other times it seemed the author was including every life experience (except war) into this book and then tinkering with the ending so that EVERYONE would be satisfied.

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r0cdjmg
Dec 04, 2016

I thought this was a great book worth reading.

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trosado
Sep 23, 2016

One of my top 5 reads of 2015.

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May 04, 2015

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kn1226
Sep 14, 2015

The Caesar salad wasn’t very nice. A lackluster attempt. Wilted lettuce. Stale croutons. Very disappointing. Like life.

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