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    Lie to me

    Thoroughly enjoyed this book, it's twists and turns kept me intrigued till the end. It made me wish for a longer bus ride to work!
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    Writing about writers

    # Review: Lie to me This book feels self conscious, as if the writer is trying to give credit to their own competence through that of their characters. My review is of course a personal reaction, reflective of my own experience but I was constantly aware that I was reading a book about authors by an author, and that awareness drained the life from the story. None of the characters were particularly likeable, so their fates in any moment didn’t give rise to much feeling beyond a fleeting hope that a certain knife attack doesn’t turn out to be fatal. Some of the setting and description is good, how sad that we didn’t truly get to enjoy Paris. Reading about many more flaky croissants and café au lait could well influence my own breakfasts. Our leads are bland, fantasy people of beauty and ability whose struggles are mostly inherent to their privilege - perhaps Holly Graham or Ivy Brookes would have told the story more compellingly or garnered more sympathy. The payoff and climatic scene left too much to a blur, and there was no satisfaction in reveal or discovery. There’s certainly mystery to the story but I’d not assign it a “thrill”. A book isn’t created without effort of course, the author notes this one was a stretch of their abilities, having not read their other work I wonder wether it’d be better not to stretch at all... or to do so in another direction. I won’t be rushing to read another.
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    Lie to Me

    Captivating story. Unexpected twists. Difficult to put the book down. Characters well developed.
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    Lie to me

    This book took away my nights sleep. I could not tear myself away. The twists and turns kept me guessing for most of the book. I loved the characters and the uncanny depictions by the author. Absolutely recommend this book.
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    Excellent

    Very interesting, a page turner with unexpected twists and turns, it took along time to work out the villain
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