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The Husband's Secret

At the heart of The Husbands Secret is a letter thats not meant to be readMy darling Cecilia, if youre reading this, then Ive died...Imagine that your husband wrote you a letter, to be opened after his death. Imagine, too, that the letter contains his deepest, darkest secretsomething with the potential to destroy not just the life you built together, but the lives of others as well. Imagine, then, that you stumble across that letter while your husband is still very much alive. . . .Cecilia Fitzpatrick has achieved it allshes 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 letter is about to change everything, and not just for her: Rachel and Tess barely know Ceciliaor each otherbut they too are about to feel the earth-shattering repercussions of her husbands secret.Acclaimed author Liane Moriarty has written a gripping, thought-provoking novel about how well it is really possible to know our spousesand, ultimately, ourselves....

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ISBN : 9780399159343
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Number of Pages : 396 pages
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The Husband's Secret Reviews

  • Heather K (dentist in my spare time)

    Not bad, as far as my local book club choices go. The style is certainly engaging and I kept wanting to read more and more from the first page, but it was surprisingly predictable given the popularity of the book. Decent, good for a half-drunken, wine-filled discussion (we have a classy book club).

    I still think this would have been a good chance to sneak some gay porn into my book club...

  • Deanna

    4.5 Stars

    I have enjoyed reading all of Liane Moriarty's books. I was introduced to her books early this year and she is now definitely a favourite.

    The first part of The Husband's Secret was a bit difficult to get through, meeting the many characters, the connection between all of them, and the different points of view. However, it was

    well worth the wait as the story came together. An amazing story of the secrets we keep.

    Lots of twists and turns with many great ethical questions. The book show

  • Nancy

    Liane Moriarty is an artist.

    First of all we have different women that seem to have nothing to do with one another. The book toggles between each of them. Additionally, the prologue is a quick synopsis of Pandora and her box, pointing out that Pandora was never told to not open the box. Why wouldn't she open the box? She had no idea what would be unleashed when she opened the box. The stories are also interspersed with a little bit of history of the Berlin Wall. Which would seem odd except that,

  • Aj the Ravenous Reader

    Last week was a terrible time for me and my family because my dad suffered from a mild stroke/heart attack and was confined at the hospital for five days. For the first two days, he was confused and disoriented. It broke my heart to see him like that because he has always been so active and so animated despite being already 70 years of age. I got my passion for reading from him and you’ll probably won’t believe me but I did convince him to read Hunger Games, Divergent and the likes. He’s home no ...more

  • James

    When I read the cover jacket summary, I was highly intrigued. What did this man do that he wrote a letter to his wife that should be opened upon his death... maybe I should do something like that! But wait... do I have a secret I need to reveal... yes... worth putting in a sealed letter that I can't disclose until I'm dead and buried... no... so I guess this won't be something I need to do in the future. Eh, I tried.

    But reading the book is something to do! And it did not disappoint. It has many

  • Arianna✦❋SteamyReadsBlog❋✦

    5 Stars!!

    I can honestly say “The Husband’s Secret” is a unique read! In my humble opinion, of course.Why? Because it was like nothing I’ve ever read. With a clever plot, ‘real’ and relatable characters and engaging writing, this novel was amazingly done. It was very different from what I usually read, but from time to time I love to read something like this.. From the title you can guess the story is about a secret…obviously, but this novel is about more than that. It’s a story about life, famil

  • La-Lionne

    I really don't know what possessed me to buy this book, and a paperback at that. I usually buy paperbacks of ebooks that I really loved, either to re-read it later, or just to have them on my bookshelf looking pretty :). I took a gamble on this one and it didn't pay off. I only read about 25 pages and it bored me to tears.

    A wife is sitting with a letter on her lap, undecided if she should opened it or not. For the life of me I couldn't understand why she was being so apprehensive to open it. It

  • Aestas Book Blog


    From the moment I read that quote posted above, I was hooked into the story. Or, I was hooked into the idea of it. I was just so curious and I really just wanted to know WHAT was in that damn letter!!!! I wasn't even planning to read this book now even though I had it on my eventual TBR so I started it thinking that maybe I'd just find out the secret and stop there... But the story sucked me in and I just kept reading and reading and reading and it be

    "There are so many secrets about our lives we'll never know…"

    The way all the story lines of this book came together was so clever, so brilliant and honestly even though the style isn't the kind I usually read, I loved the writing. It was interesting because in some ways, it seemed to go in ten different directions at once while still always moving forward and slowly (but very surely) weaving these different story lines together.

    It was a very insightful story that got you right into the minds of these women. It was a wonderfully honest and introspective look into different people's views and perspectives. It was almost painfully real though -- a candid look at the truths behind all kinds of relationships (not just romantic ones). These women were all so different and yet I could find myself sympathizing with each one in one way or another.

    As the story went on, you began to see the connections more and more. It was kind of like seeing something out of the corner of your eye. You know it's there but when you try and look right at it, it vanishes.

    Ok, I will however admit that by the time I got to reading the letter, I had already guessed it's content and at that point, I was kind of wondering if I should keep reading or not (again, remember that at this point, I wasn't even planning to review it) but the good writing and my darn curiosity kept me going and I'm so glad I did because some of those later reveals were huge and I began to realize that the content of the letter was just the tip of the iceberg and the real meat of the story was the consequences of those facts and the deeper connections between the characters.

    Now, about the ending --  Even though the story was fully wrapped up, it left me feeling... unsettled? See, this is why I love romance, I love that fully wrapped-up feeling that the genre nearly always delivers. Rarely (in a standalone) are we ever left with uncertainties... and while this book does answer all the questions in the end, it still left me just... unsettled. However, it also ended at the perfect place for this story. There was no more story to tell and everything that needed to be said was said.

    This book is not fluffy, nor is it disturbing... it's not a light read, nor a dark one. It just told a candid, very honest view of a situation that wove many lives together in a way no one would have expected and to an extent that perhaps no one will ever fully know. I guess it makes you wonder what else in your life in connected to something else. No matter how much you think about it, you'll never really know but sometimes... it's interesting to wonder.

    In terms of story telling and fabrication, this book was top notch. In terms of involving me in the story, keeping my attention, and keeping me guessing, again this book delivered so strongly. It was a total departure from my usual kind of read. It was fiction, not romance, and while I really really enjoyed it, I'm happy to go back to my romance books now. It was a great reading experience though and it was really fun to step outside my box. If you're looking for something totally different (and I mean totally different) I'd absolutely recommend giving this book a try!

    Rating: 4 stars for the way it left me feeling, but 5 stars for the storytelling.


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