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Three girls, loyal to each other – that never happens. All the groups of three implode eventually. Two in, one out. Change. Betrayal. Again. And again.

But not us. I make sure of it. I make Ash and Ruby see that our power is in our three-ness. We can do what no other trio can.

Together, we’re strong.

Thick, thin, boys, mothers, divorce, other girls, secrets, lies, all of it.

I’ll keep us together.

Watch me.

 

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Comments on: "Love lie repeat – Catherine Greer" (2)

  1. Stella said:

    I really did enjoy ‘Love lie repeat’. It is in the perspective of sixteen year old, Annie. Her group, who call’s themselves ‘Sirens’ because of their talented singing voices, are made up of herself and her two best friends Ash and Ruby. The Sirens are talented, beautiful, successful and smart, and have all grown up together. Annie shows us throughout the book that though the Sirens seem wealthy, perfect and beautiful, underneath their friendship is lies, secrets and toxicity. This book throws many curveballs at you and honestly keeps you on the edge of your seat, especially some of the flashback moments. Catherine Greer has truly developed some amazing characters and i found myself at some parts literally trying to yell at some of the characters. You sometimes wonder why some of the friendships in this book still remain and you realise just how realistic Catherine Greer has made this book. When you like someone you tend to see the good in them and don’t focus on the bad and we see quite a few moments of that with Annie.
    Personally, i wouldn’t recommend this book to anyone under 13 as it does have some mature content. Some of the storyline is a bit more complex as well, and younger audiences may not understand it very well.
    Overall a really good book that i recommend to anyone who is interested in a drama filled read.

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  2. I enjoyed book called ‘Love, Lie, Repeat’. At first when I read it I was kind of confused, I think this is a decent book except I don’t recommend to younger students, I think Year 9 and above. Although, I enjoyed the plot of this book and the characters in it. I give it a 6.75/10. I didn’t really enjoy it because I think they should have made the storyline a little bit clearer throughout the book.

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