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91cmhg1mvalA beautiful and distinguished family.
A private island.
A brilliant, damaged girl; a passionate, political boy.
A group of four friends—the Liars—whose friendship turns destructive.
A revolution. An accident. A secret.
Lies upon lies.
True love.
The truth.

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Comments on: "We were liars – E. Lockhart" (5)

  1. We were lies by E.Lockhart was slow to start with but by the end was a very powerful book. It was definitely worth reading, with the friendship and the differences between the liars. Some parts of the book were a little bit confusing but eventually it made sense. I would definitely suggest to anyone to read this book, especially if you like mystery.


  2. Siobhan said:

    This book is great if you are looking for a quick read. Although I would have to say for me especially the book was quite confusing at times, with keeping track of the characters and the point in time. What I really liked was, at the very beginning of the book they give you a map and a family tree which I believe made things a lot easier when you’re reading and trying to figure out who is who. Also the map gives you an image of what the island may look like too. The genre of the book I would say would be both mystery and drama which surprised me as I didn’t think they would be able to pull off the mysterious side of things.
    It was a great read and I would give it five stars.


  3. We Were Liars by E.Lockhart was a very confusing book at first, I didn’t really get it and I had re read some parts to understand but once you understood it, it was the most amazing book I have ever read. It was definitely one of those books where you don’t have any idea what’s going on until near the end because of the way it’s written and you think something is happen but really it’s not. Then once it clicks in your head you’ll have a moment where you’re like “oh I get it now”. It will shock you what happens and you might have to re read it because you’re like “what’s going on?” but trust me it is so worth the confusion. We Were Liars is a book that you just have to read, it’s not what it seems and once you read this book you will be telling your friends all about it.


  4. We Were Liars is a very powerful book, with a massive twist ending! It took awhile to start getting into the book but once I did i soon came to realise it was definitely worth the read, at points in the book you can get a little bit confused but eventually you understand what is going on. I loved the ‘ Liars ‘ a group of friends, they are all so different but get along so well. I was shocked by the ending but have since read this book over and over. 8.5/10!!


  5. I have to admit, it look me a while to get into this book. The first few chapters jump around a lot but once you get the swing of the style the magic begins. It is a very well crafted and powerful book. It touches the heart and is really worth the read. It introduces the plot in a vague way and slowly unravels, giving the novel a unique style and grips you enough for you to fell you have to read on.
    My favourite aspect of the book is the friendships between the four friends, the Liars. They are all so different, and live very different lives but when they are all together on Beechwood Island they couldn’t be more alike. Nothing from their lives follows them to the island and nothing else matters. They are different people on the island, who are all friends and do nothing but enjoy each others company doing things they love.
    I would recommend this book to teenagers and people who enjoy a bit of mystery, for the pages of the book hold a secret which unravels as the plot progresses.


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