It’s chick-lit, but not as you know it. Big Little Lies is a brilliant take on schoolyard scandals, kindergarten cliques, with a death thrown in for good measure. This New York Times best seller is being made into a TV series with HBO, and with good reason. It’s a wolf in sheep’s clothing: dark themes masked with a pace and lightness that belies it’s depth. But did everyone love it? Or was it too far-fetched for some?