I didn't think I would like this book, because I'm not drawn to popular "thrillers," but I did like it. I borrowed it from the "Lucky Day" section at the the library, and came back to it three times before completing it... so, I stuck with it. I liked how the author brought the story to a resolution and tied up the loose ends from the characters' lives... and there were a lot of characters in this story. The book had elements of horror, and quite a bit of humor, too. I can see why Liane Moriarty is such a popular writer.