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    What an ending!

    Through out the entire book you look through the main characters eyes only to the end of the book you have a complete understand, until you dont. Well let my say something, i cried and it was amazingly inspiring!
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    A lot of potential, but ended up falling flat

    The synopsis of this book sounded interesting, so I was eager to check it out. Unfortunately, it ended up being just an OK read. It wasn't especially bad, but I also didn't find it especially compelling. I don't want to be spoilery, so please forgive the vagueness of my review. The book started out slow and that coupled with an uninteresting cast of characters had me pretty bored. I didn't relate to any of the main characters and I found the plot confusing at times. The Sinclair family was absolutely horrible and I felt so annoyed by their behavior and attitudes that I could care less what happened to them and why they were so messed up. The story did eventually pick up and become more intriguing and mysterious, but by that point I wasn't invested at all and just wanted to get to the big reveal. The writing style didn't grate on me the way it did other readers, but it was a bit too fragmented for me to really enjoy it. The twist at the end was surprising (although not totally original), but as a whole, the book fell flat and was just OK.
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    Complex and Suspenseful

    I really enjoyed this YA novel - it's a complex and suspenseful story of a wealthy family trying to repress their bad history. Cadence is determined to find out what her family is hiding, but what she discovers has a high price. Well-written and sophisticated, We Were Liars keeps you guessing until the end.
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    Sooooo sad.

    A great, well written book, but only read it if you want to bawl your eyes out. As in, snot and vomit cry.
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    Great read, if a little too short

    I really enjoyed how well constructed this book was. Every detail, every piece, was placed perfectly, pulling the reader along without fail to the ending. A very relatable, sympathetic narrator and just the right amount of intrigue background this very well-written piece of fiction--and, as other reviewers have noted, the ending is absolutely perfect.
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