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  • Who needs enemies when you’ve friends like Jane?

    Seven lies This book started well. It was lighthearted and funny, but suspense was triggered from the start and continued with each chapter. Marnie seemed like the kind of girl everybody wanted to be friends with. Charles sounded just awful and Jane, nice, reliable, dependable, somewhat solitary Jane, her personality was left to unfold and as it progressed I felt we met a character whose personality traits lay somewhere in between Mother Theresa’s and the female in Single White Female. She appeared to be kind, thoughtful, helpful, obsessive and possessive all in one. So much had happened already, quite early on, and we knew there must have been so much more to come. The story was narrated by Jane which worked very well for the most part, except when she spoke directly to the reader with statements such as ‘Stop being so judgemental and listen to the story’. I didn’t feel there was a need and didn’t like it, but that is just my opinion. She was incredibly needy though and while Charles didn’t come across as very endearing, Jane too came across as so odd, and remarkably possessive. I can’t imagine appreciating a friend participating in the wardrobe incident had a friend of mine done as Jane did, regardless of the consequences. The journalist Valerie helped create suspense throughout but I found that it totally lacked credibility. I just couldn’t buy into it at all, into her doggedly pursuing Jane. I liked the climax though. I though it ended well.

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