The Trivia Night by Ali Lowe – Our Review
A trivia night at Darley Heights Primary School turns wild when a group of the parents decide to engage in a partner swap after a little too much alcohol throughout their raucously fun school fund-raiser. But, the morning afterwards, everyone is feeing a little sad and seedy at their actions. Perhaps, their perfect, rich and upper-class lives in the affluent Sydney suburbs aren’t all they are cracked up to be.
Told mostly from the perspectives of three of the women, this is a salaciously entertaining domestic fiction. Get to know the fascinating back story of each of the characters in this thrilling new read.
Amanda is new to the school community, and enjoys a little too much alcohol and sometimes fails to mind her manners. Alice, who is friend’s with Amanda and is the most organised person you’ll ever meet, recounts her experience of the evening as she sits with her psychologist. While, Zoe tells her side of the disaster in a series of letters penned to her sister.
‘The Trivia Night’ is a juicy, thrilling and pleasurable read that you’ll race through in record time.
Review by Lydia @ Great Escape Books