My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This is my second book by Liane Moriarty, and I am hooked. I loved “Madly, Truly, Guilty”, but this book definitely topped the first one. The plot of this novel reminds me of Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None”, although it has a less tragic end.
As you already know from the synopsis, one fine January, nine perfect strangers (well, not all are strangers) decide to attend a very well known Tranquillum House health resort, that is run by an intriguing and mesmerizing Masha. Masha’s resort is known as the place that can change any attendee’s life forever… silly, I know. Well, so did our nine perfect strangers, however, they have decided to roll with it. And everything was going well, our dear characters were enjoying their time at the resort, feeling relaxed and stress-free… up until, I believe, day six… the day when Masha has lost her marbles and decided to play terrifying games with her guests.
Nine Perfect Strangers is an entertaining, addictive, and fresh thriller. The ending was better and happier than I expected, and the entire read kept me on the edge of my seat. I wished I could read it all in one sitting, especially with the quick chapters and precise writing.