Another absorbing book by Liane Moriarty.
There are books that I like, and there are books that I am anxious to get back to - this was one of the latter. Alice hits her head and forgets the last 10 years of her life. This leads her to rethink many aspects of the situation that she finds herself in as a suddenly-39-year-old who feels like she's still 29. She's shocked at some of the developments in her life (including the fact that she has 3 kids). This is a very interesting story of how we might (or should) change things, if given a fresh(ish)start like Alice. Not a book that sounds like a page-turner, and I will admit my heart wasn't you know, pounding, as I read it. But I did thoroughly enjoy it.