Liar

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Bloomsbury Publishing USA, May 18, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 384 pages
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Micah is a liar. That's the one thing she won't lie about. Over the years, she's duped her classmates, her teachers, and even her parents. But when her boyfriend Zach dies under brutal circumstances, Micah sets out to tell the truth. At first the truth comes easily-because it is a lie. Other truths are so unbelievable, so outside the realm of normal, they must be a lie. And the honest truth is buried so deep in Micah's mind even she doesn't know if it's real.

The ultimate unreliable narrator takes readers on a thrill ride in this highly acclaimed novel. Prepare to grasp for truth until the very last page.

"Readers will get chills . . . [and] be guessing and theorizing long after they've finished this gripping story." -Publishers Weekly, starred review

"[Micah's] suspenseful, supernatural tale is engrossing. . . . The chilling story she spins will have readers' hearts racing." -School Library Journal, starred review

"An engrossing story of teenage life on the margins." -Kirkus Reviews, starred review
 

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User Review  - calliehandot - Borders

I really did love this book. It might be because I am a compulsive liar as well. Or it might just be because I actually read it. It's very hard for me to read books. I'm extremely picky. Anyways, I ... Read full review

sorry about sounding bitter, but I am.

User Review  - bananas - Borders

I got this book thinking it's different, I'll like it. After 75 pages I started to hate it and then out of nowhere something happens somewhere near page 200. I just didn't like it, now i have a $17 ... Read full review

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Justine Larbalestier [Lar-bah-LUS-tee-ay] is the author of How to Ditch Your Fairy and the award-winning Magic or Madness trilogy. She was born and raised in Sydney, Australia, and divides her time between Sydney and New York City. She is married to author Scott Westerfeld. www.justinelarbalestier.com

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