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What Alice Forgot

What Alice Forgot - Liane Moriarty I was attracted to this just because the novelty of the accident happening in "spin class," something I do almost every week. I expected something light, maybe funny. It was a bit more than that, and it really drew me in. What I really liked was the spin on what Alice forgot -- it's not just the 10 years amnesia gap, it's what she forgot along the way in those 10 years. Basically read in one day and stayed up late to finish it -- a rarity for me.