"How much our experiences change ourselves?" is a central question in a book What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty. A truly intelligent, witty and humorous story. Our protagonist, Alice, is a typical family devoted mom. She experiences an accident which leaves her with a head injury. From that moment, she forgets the last 10 years of her life. Alice is a super mom of 3 kids, she goes to the meetings, drives kids to school, volunteers...Her old self is surprised by her new thirty nine year old version, although this new Alice is excellent shape with excellent fashion style. Another thing, she is getting a divorce from Nick, her amazing husband, while everyone is mentioning some unfamiliar girl named Gina. Liane describes 2 more important characters: Elisabeth, who is Alices sister, and her so-called granny Frannie, through numerous journals and letter. We get a bigger picture of this entire world through the points of view of these two characters. Liane Moriarty is talented and funny. She easily creates very emotional and in the same time humorous situations. How would our younger versions see us today? What would they think of us? She investigates this theme with caution and understanding for both, the older and younger Alice . The summary of What Alice Forgot includes: Book Review Story Analysis Highlights of Elements many Readers may have missed Key Character Analysis Discussion of Themes, Symbols and Key Takeaways Chapter by Chapter Breakdown of Entire Book About the Author Ant Hive Media reads every chapter, extracts the understanding and leaves you with understanding and time to spare. We do the work so you can understand the book in minutes, not hours."