Thanks to Isabel Smith and HQ for organising this blog tour and to Adele Parks for a copy of this novel in exchange for an unbiased review.
Daisy and Simon’s marriage is great, isn’t it? After years together, the arrival of longed-for daughter Millie sealed everything in place. A happy little family of three. And so what if Simon drinks a bit too much sometimes – Daisy’s used to it, she knows he’s letting off steam. Until one night at a party things spiral horribly out of control. And that happy little family of three will never be the same again.
In Lies Lies Lies, Sunday Times bestseller Adele Parks explores the darkest corners of a relationship in freefall in a mesmerising tale of marriage and secrets
On the surface Daisy and Simon have it all but not everything is as it seems. Simon and Daisy have secrets and when things begin to spiral, their marriage unravels in a spectacular way.
Lies Lies Lies is one of those novels that is difficult to review in depth because anything I say about the plot or characters will pretty much be classed as a spoiler. The biggest advice I can give you is to just read it! You won’t be disappointed!
From the very beginning I couldn’t put this down. Once the story began to unfold it just continued util the very end with surprises in every chapter. The more I read, the more I changed my opinions and thoughts about each character. Just when I thought I knew which side I was on and that I knew the truth, BAM! Something else was revealed that sent my mind spiraling into indecision again.
This novel confronts a variety of genuine issues experienced by many families and I found it incredibly thought provoking – an exercise in judgement and choices.
This is a superb thriller for fans of domestic psychology with added suspense and twists.
Author Bio – Adele Parks
Adele Parks was born in Teesside, NE England. She studied English Language and Literature, at Leicester University. She published her first novel, Playing Away, in 2000; that year the Evening Standard identified Adele as one of London’s ‘Twenty Faces to Watch.’ Indeed Playing Away was the debut bestseller of 2000.
Prolific, Adele has published nine novels in nine years, including Game Over, Tell Me Something and Love Lies, all nine of her novels have been bestsellers. She’s sold over a million copies of her work in the UK but also sells throughout the world. Two of her novels (Husbands and Still Thinking of You) are currently being developed as movie scripts. Young Wives’ Tales was short listed for the Romantic Novelist Association Award 2008. She has written numerous articles and short stories for many magazines and newspapers and often appears on radio and TV talking about her work.
Since 2006 Adele has been an official spokeswoman for World Book Day and wrote a Quick Read, Happy Families as part of the celebrations of World Book Day, 2008.
Adele has spent her adult life in Italy, Botswana and London, up until two years ago when she moved to Guildford, where she now lives with her husband and son.
Great review, I have this to read! I must hurry up and find some time for it.