There is something very satisfying about holding a book in your hands, turning its pages, and getting to know its characters. Recently, however, I tried my very first audiobook, and absolutely loved it. When enthralled by a book, I often find myself constantly on the edge of my seat, or staying up way past my bed time to find out how it ends. I become so invested in the story and its characters that I cannot put it down. This was the case with Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty. But, since I did not have the physical book with me, I found myself driving a little slower, or taking an extra side street to get home, just to be able to get through one more chapter. Big Little Lies weaves together the lives of Madeline, Celeste and Jane, each with their own family, story, and secrets. Each play their part in a murder investigation, schoolyard drama, and complicated relationships. At the heart of it all? Their big little lies. I enjoyed this book so much, that I will be watching the TV adaptation by the same name – starting Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, and Shailene Woodley.