Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty

Nine Perfect Strangers

Could ten days at a health resort really change you forever? These nine perfect strangers are about to find out...Nine people gather at a remote health resort. Some are here to lose weight, some are here to get a reboot on life, some are here for reasons they can’t even admit to themselves. Amidst all of the luxury and pampering, the mindfulness and meditation, they know these ten days might involve some real work. But none of them could imagin...

Details Nine Perfect Strangers

TitleNine Perfect Strangers
Release DateNov 6th, 2018
PublisherFlatiron Books
GenreFiction, Contemporary, Audiobook, Womens Fiction, Chick Lit, Adult Fiction, Adult, Mystery, Cultural, Australia, Thriller, Book Club

Reviews Nine Perfect Strangers

  • Emily (Books with Emily Fox)
    Namastay away from this book.Ok I tried... but I had to put down this books at 56%. Even the audiobook couldn't help me finish it.This book was shit. There I said it.I don't say this often nor lightly but this book had zero redeeming qualities. Having read and loved Big Little Lies (a bit to my surprise!), I was excited to read Moriarty's newest work. In BLL, her characters were attaching and made me care about their stories. In this one, I'm ass...
  • Sally Hepworth
    HER BEST YET.I said to my husband recently... I just love the way I feel when I’m reading a Liane Moriarty book. Like I'm surrounded by lovely, neurotic, warm, friends. And Liane has done it again with this wonderful book about nine strangers who go to a health retreat. As always, Liane's observations about life are just so damn spot on. Frances was my favourite guest, but the rest of the gang—Napoleon, Tony, Heather, Ben, Jessica, Carmel, Zo...
  • Larry H
    2.5 stars, rounded up.Ugh. This one really fell flat for me.The idea of self-improvement is often an appealing one, but it takes so much work, so when someone offers us a quick solution, how can we not jump on it?That's what is bringing nine people to Tranquillum House, an exclusive health resort in a remote part of Australia. They're coming to lose weight, to detox a bit from the alcohol they've become fond of, to get lots of spa treatments and ...
  • lucky little cat
    Looks like a luscious fudge truffle, tastes like a chocolate-dipped gherkin.Watch out for the green stuff.I'm a Liane Moriarty fan. But this latest book is a mess. It's being marketed as a psychological thriller, but that's really not accurate since the story has only one major plot twist and very little actual suspense. The book's mission isn't really to surprise: instead, its mission seems to be to preach and nag. Unfortunately, by the end you ...
  • Paromjit
    Liane Moriarty's latest offering is a hugely enjoyable psychological thriller that is pure fun and entertainment whilst incorporating a look beneath the issues of a wide cast of characters and the moving stories that lie behind the facade of their everyday lives. Set in Australia, Tranquillem House is a health and wellness resort that many clients claim transformed their lives for the better. The latest batch of arrivals are 9 strangers that get ...
  • Renny Barcelos
    I never, ever thought I'd say this about a Liane Moriarty novel but...what a terrible, boring, pointless novel!I really disliked this one. Couldn't wait for it to be over, actually. It was so boring and also claustrophobic at the same time, giving me a sense of desperation for these people to just be set free already. For the life of me I could not understand what the purpose of this book was. It didn't even sound like a Moriarty.I am still a fan...
  • Mackey
    Seriously, I don't know if I loved this book or absolutely hated it. Half way through I was done with it...but, there is a pull to keep you reading to see what happens to the Idiotic Nine, whom I also loved and hated. There are 10-11 storylines in the book all told sporadically from each of their points of view. It wasn't confusing in the least, but it did get rather boring, especially for the characters that I didn't like. Even the epilogue went...
  • Julie
    Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty is a 2018 Flatiron publication. Frances- former bestselling romance author- ironically the victim of a romance con/scamLars- divorce attorney representing women onlyTony- former professional sports starNapoleon, Heather, and Zoe- family coming apart at the seamsCaramel- Husband dumped her for a younger woman- wants to lose weight – gain positive self -image Ben and Jessica – marriage on the rocks after...
  • Norma * Traveling Sister and proud Grandma!!!
    Wildly entertaining, wickedly perceptive & an irresistible page-turner!“It’s just a story!” ......and oh boy what a story it was!NINE PERFECT STRANGERS by LIANE MORIARTY was such a fantastic, lighthearted, fun, sad, and touching story that was so thought-provoking and yet so humourous to read. I absolutely loved this book and couldn’t get enough of these quirky characters. I adored this book right from the very start and had me laughing o...
  • Holly B
    This book was a barrel of fun! I mean really ~ nutty, quirky, and just hilarious. I LOVE a good health spa, and the remote Tranquillum House sounded absolutely breathtaking. Nine people sign up for a 10 day visit to achieve a "cleanse" and do a bit of recharging. They have absolutely no idea whats in store for them. Lets just say the rather exotic director, Masha is downright creepy and she might be a bit of control freak. At one point Masha t...