This isn't necessarily about the book, but more about Liane Moriarty. Has Liane Moriarty discussed why her books contain three women's point of view? I just discovered her books this year and the three I've read (BLL, The Husband's Secret, and Three Wishes) all have three women whose point of views the story is told through. I tried googling and haven't found anything yet. Anyone has any insight into this? Thanks.
Cora Maybe she figured two view points is better than one since you can get both sides, but perhaps that would just lead people to choose one or the other. So adding a third point of view just gives it more depth without readers feeling like they would have to choose sides. That's my best guess.