“I know what it’s like to tell yourself a lie so often that it becomes the truth.”
I was surprised how much I enjoyed this. I do like the occasional ‘who-dun-it’ style book, but I tend to find them a little disappointing because the culprit never seems to be enough after a whole book a speculating. I didn’t feel like this with One of Us Is Lying. Plus, we all know by now that I have a real soft spot for Young Adult!
The characters were pigeon-holed into their cliques at the beginning and the drama of the novel shows the reader that there is always more to a person than any label that has been placed upon them. I think the book also serves as a timely reminder that you never know what’s going on in a person’s life, so don’t always jump to conclusions.
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