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'We Were Liars'- E.Lockhart: Book Review!

Hi Guys,

Today I am going to be doing my 4th 'Zoella Book Club' Review! I am half way through all of the books: it is unbelievable! A lot of these reviews have been pre-written because I am such a fast reader so this post will be going up a month and a half from now; it feels so weird! (I'm just looking over this before it goes up and it still feels strange! I don't even remember what I've written!!)Before I get too dazzled, let's get on with the post!

As always, I will keep spoilers to a minimum!

'We Were Liars' focuses on Cadence Sinclair, a privileged all-American girl, who is spending the summer at her Granddad's private island. This one sentence pretty much sums up Cady! Also, she has a really tight bond with 'The Liars'  who are her cousins Johnny, Mirren and Gat. 

Johnny, Mirren and Cadence are all cousins who are carrying the Sinclair legacy; Gat is a friend of Johnny's who begins to fall in love with Cady. Their bonds are broken after Cadence's accident takes her away from the island for a summer. 

I thought that the characters were likeable and the way they were introduced was really great. I think having Cady's narrative (as well as contributing to the authenticity of the plot) made your perspective of  'The Liars' biased but in a good way. If you hadn't had the story from the narrative of a 'Liar' then it would have just been the life of  a spoiled rich girl!

In terms of plot, it was amazing! I loved the pace and there seemed to be a twist every page... up until the end. There is a huge shock which will make you go right back to the start to see how you missed it! My mum and my friend both guessed it and I got half way, but I promise you: you'll be surprised!

I have zero criticisms for this book. It was like nothing I've read before and I'm sure that the story will stay with me. I 100% recommend 'We Were Liars'!

I hope you enjoyed this post. If you want to catch up with the ones that you've missed check out the page that I have up. It has links to the rest of my reviews. Don't forget to add me to your circles on Google + so I can get 100 followers by September 1st!

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