Apples Never Fall: Clever Australian thriller let down by its own length

Liane Moriarty’s latest potboiler has some diverting moments, but suffers from a lack of excitement over its near-500 pages

19th September, 2021
Apples Never Fall: Clever Australian thriller let down by its own length
Liane Moriarty: an Australian literary phenomenon whose books have been adapted by HBO and Amazon Prime. Picture: Adam Gatenby


Apples Never Fall

By Liane Moriarty

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