LITTLE DISASTERS by Sarah Vaughan

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“Taut, clever, compelling, and guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat.” —Paula Hawkins, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Girl on the Train and Into the Water

From the bestselling author of Anatomy of a Scandal—soon to be a Netflix series—a new thought-provoking novel exploring the complexity of motherhood and all that connects and disconnects us.

You think you know her…but look a little closer.

She is a stay-at-home mother-of-three with boundless reserves of patience, energy, and love. After being friends for a decade, this is how Liz sees Jess.

Then one moment changes everything.

Dark thoughts and carefully guarded secrets surface—and Liz is left questioning everything she thought she knew about her friend, and about herself. The truth can’t come soon enough.

With Sarah Vaughan’s signature “clever and compelling” (Claire Douglas, author of Last Seen Alive) prose, Little Disasters is a tightly-wound and evocative page-turner that will haunt you long after you finish the last page.

This was one that I’ve had for a while and I finally got to read. What a story! It kept me on the edge of my seat. The main character, Jess, has some postpartum mental health challenges that are similar to what a friend of mine had. I think it’s so important that people are aware of how people can experience the postpartum period in different ways, and how important it is to get help when needed (or help those who need it get help).

This was a good story and I’m glad I finally elevate it out of the tbr pile!

Thank you for my e-galley!

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