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What Alice Forgot Alice Love Is Twenty Nine, Crazy About Her Husband, And Pregnant With Her First ChildSo Imagine Alice S Surprise When She Comes To On The Floor Of A Gym And Is Whisked Off To The Hospital Where She Discovers The Honeymoon Is Truly Over She S Getting Divorced, She Has Three Kids And She S Actually Years Old Alice Must Reconstruct The Events Of A Lost Decade, And Find Out Whether It S Possible To Reconstruct Her Life At The Same Time She Has To Figure Out Why Her Sister Hardly Talks To Her, And How Is It That She S Become One Of Those Super Skinny Moms With Really Expensive Clothes Ultimately, Alice Must Discover Whether Forgetting Is A Blessing Or A Curse, And Whether It S Possible To Start Over


10 thoughts on “What Alice Forgot

  1. says:

    487 pages of pure torture What Alice Forgot was not at all what I expected That should teach me never to read a book that hasn t been rated by at least one of my trusted friends You see, I thought this would be a well written, intelligent, heartwarming story about a woman who loses ten years of her life, but finds some other, maybe evenvaluable things instead Obviously, I was very wrong Nevertheless, I wouldn t normally mind reading the Aussie version of a Maeve Binchy novel, but I DI 487 pages of pure torture What Alice Forgot was not at all what I expected That should teach me never to read a book that hasn t been rated by at least one of my trusted friends You see, I thought this would be a well written, intelligent, heartwarming story about a woman who loses ten years of her life, but finds some other, maybe evenvaluable things instead Obviously, I was very wrong Nevertheless, I wouldn t normally mind reading the Aussie version of a Maeve Binchy novel, but I DID mind reading a boring Aussie version of Tara Road.In the beginning of What Alice Forgot, Alice is lying on the gy...


  2. says:

    I don t give out a lot of 5 stars THIS Was worth it Spoke to me on several levels In fact parts were painful to read since it felt like Moriarty was describing my life, and I didn t like what I saw I think you can describe this as Chick Lit which I normally wouldn t be thrilled to read, but dang I LOVED this book for so many reasons I m 39, I have 3 kids, my husband is in the middle of the crazy part of his career and travels a TON, I can t seem to say no to anything volunteering at s I don t give out a lot of 5 stars THIS Was worth it Spoke to me on several levels In fact parts were painful to read since it felt like Moriarty was describing my life, and I didn t like what I saw I think you can describe this as Chick Lit which I normally wouldn t be thrilled to read, but dang I LOVED this book for so many reasons I m 39, I have 3 kids, my husband is in the middle of the crazy part of his career and travels a TON, I can t seem to say no to anything volunteering at school, church, scouts you name it And lately I m going slightly insane with it all Yeah all points are the same for Alice I didn t hit my head and forget the last ten years of my life and so far I m keeping my marriage together but it sure makes ya think twice Easily the best takeaway from this book is the way everyone around Alice finds they are seeing thei...


  3. says:

    Rating ClarificationFirst half of the book 2.5 StarsSecond half of the book Solid 4 StarsEpilogue Undeniably 5 StarsFirst off, What Alice Forgot is so different from my normally preferred genres This adult fiction covers a broad array of topics that frankly scare the shiz out of me, including divorce, death, infertility and a complete breakdown of the family unit If I would have known the heavy topics this book grappled with, I might have called a pass, but in the end I m glad I gave this A Rating ClarificationFirst half of the book 2.5 StarsSecond half of t...


  4. says:

    If I were to forget the last ten years of my life, and wake up with no memory of those ten years..what would I regret What would surprise me What would make me proud Which relationships have changed for the better, which ones have changed for the worst This book really made me think Have I evolved into the person, wife, and mother that I envisioned ten years ago My poor husband had to listen to...


  5. says:

    I put What Alice Forgot on hold so many times that I felt like a receptionist at a medical center It s so unfair to do this to a book, but I ll blame life, because it just happens I was also a bit hesitant reading my second novel by Liane Moriarty I had loved The Husband s Secret, and sometimes it s difficult for an author to write another equally successful novel Thanks to this author, Alice was always amazingly fresh in my mind, every time I would start reading again There are not a l I put What Alice Forgot on hold so many times that I felt like a receptionist at a medical center It s so unfair to do this to a book, but I ll blame life, because it just happens I was also a...


  6. says:

    Pedestrian The writing, the story, the characters all just too pedestrian There was nothing that lifted this book in to the realm of interesting, or even mildly interesting It s the sort of book I keep in the glove compartment of my car I know I m never going to read it but there is always the possibility view spoiler especially with the vehicles I drive hide spoiler of being stuck with a broken down truck or a road ...


  7. says:

    I opened this book on my eReader, tapped my way to the beginning, and then fell into the story headlong without checking the depth of the water first Lucky for me, this story has both incredible depth and breadth I could have safely dived off a hundred foot cliff right into this amazing novel.This is a family story and there is a ten year time period where the immediate family and their extended families are challenged with several crises Where many changes happen over a relatively short pe I opened this book on my eReader, tapped my way to the beginning, and then fell into the story headlong without checking the depth of the water first Lucky for me, this story has both incredible de...


  8. says:

    Alice appears to be a popular name for book titles Alice in Wonderland Go Ask Alice Still Alice and now, What Alice Forgot Luckily, none of them are the same Alice This one fell on the wayside as I thought I had already read the Alice book Moriarty has a talent for weaving emotional themes into a story and still have them appear light and playful This novel was no exception The premise was enticing Alice is in her regular Friday spin class and falls off, bumps her head and loses 10 Alice appears to be a popular name for book titles Alice in Wonderland Go Ask Alice Still Alice and now, What Alice Forgot Luckily, none of them are the same Alice This one fell on the wayside as I thought I had already read the Alice book Moriarty has a talent for weaving emotional themes into a story and still have them appear light and playful This novel was no exception The premise was enticing Alice is in her regular Friday spin class an...


  9. says:

    I found What Alice Forgot to be a humorous, uplifting and an enjoyable book with the right balance of heartache The concept was interesting with a little mystery to it as well.Alice has a fall at the gym and loses her memory of the last 10 years I really enjoyed how the story was told through Alice s eyes as I learned how she has changed and also the people around her as she pieces the events of the last 10 years together She remembers the people around her and their situations as they were 1 I found What Alice Forgot to be a humorous, uplifting and an enjoyable book with the right balance of heartache The concept was interesting with a little mystery to it as well.Alice has a fall at the gym and loses her memory of the last 10 years I really enjoy...


  10. says:

    Aussie Book challenge 2011 7What Alice Forget, tells the story of a women who thinks it s the year 1998, about to have her first child and is happily married to her husband, Nick But a bump on the noggin changed all that.What would you do if you lost 10 years of your life and all the wonderful moments you were looking forward to already happened, but you don t remember How would you feel waking up to emotions that were still very much alive in your heart and thoughts, only for the true rea Aussie Book challenge 2011 7What Alice Forget, tells the story of a women w...


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