I really enjoyed this book about a set of triplets and their problems. Well it is mentioned as a family comedy it deals with some serious issues while entertaining at the same time. I enjoyed Liane Moriarty other book 'The Last Anniversary' but I think this one was a bit better. The story lines flowed and the characters were well developed. Overall good - yet fast - read. Carol
Three thirty-three year old sisters shared a womb and a family but still sibling rivalry can get the best of them. An interesting stylistic technique is that some of the novel is told through the voice of strangers observing the three women.
Oh! I loved this book! It has been such a long time since I have read a "chick lit" book that I genuinely thought was well-written, well-plotted and filled with likable characters (all in all was actually a good book, and not just entertaining), and this one certainly git the bill! The premise - one tumultuous year in the lives of one set of triplets - was unique. And really, these sisters were just great! Some of the twin stories reminded me of Sweet Valley, which was pleasant. I just adored this book! It made me giggle and tear-up, and I literally could not put it down! I read it all in one sitting, staying up WAY too late to finish it. I also liked the structure of alternating POVs, and the _When Harry Met Sally_-like interludes of strangers' memories of encountering the triplets. I am looking forward to reading Moriarty's other books!
I loooooved this book! I have 2 sisters, and although we're not triplets, I could really see all three of us in the Kettle triplets! This book was so engaging, I had to force myself to put it down!!
Humorous and well-written - read the entire book in one sitting!