Liar Girl by Andre Govier
This was a fun, fun, fun read. Short, easy to follow, it draws you in not realizing when you turn the pages. I believe any person, young or old, could find bits of pieces of oneself in it. It is almost impossible to pass through life without telling a lie here and there, but when they are too many and too often, it can get too much. In a chain of lies that complicates Steph's life and of those around her, this book will bring a smile to your face from the first page.
Liar girl – the exam results
Despite all her lies, Steph is actually a good person. She alone wasn't sure always why was she lying so much. In an attempt of trying to behave and regain the trust of her friends and family, she tried to be honest. But the complication began when she said a lie just to protect her friend. From that innocent lie, an avalanche started. While it was again a fun reading I found this book also as a lesson to be learned by every teen and young adult. The way it is written it sure makes it an eye-opener. A lie has short legs, they say, but its consequences can be dramatic. Wish to find out on yourself, just go for it and be ready to laugh!
Reader type: As presented by the author I find it perfect for the teens and YA but also for any adult in the mood for a light and fun read.
My rating: 5/5.
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