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  • Book Name: Only the Pretty Lies 
  • Authors: Rebekah Crane
  • Pages: 272
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Publish Date: May 1, 2021
  • Language: English

Book review:

hi beautiful friends and bug lovers i hope that you're all doing well i am here today with a book review on the lies i tell by julie clark i actually have the last flight up there on my tbr shelf that i have uh never read and i've probably had it for actually no a friend did gift it to me um in december so i've had it literally up there for half a year and i heard it's amazing um i did choose 

this because i have vowed to read the thrillers that book of the month um puts out for the year if you are unfamiliar with book of the month it is a book buying subscription where you can get one hardcover book for 14.99 and then you can choose two up to two more books for 10 bucks each that are also hardcovers so i did choose the lies 

i tell and i also chose the things we do in the dark by jennifer hillier which i actually have a full um review and also a read with me i'll link that up here with you but if you have this book um it's almost like we read it together it's like the style of that kind of

If you've already read it uh you can see my thoughts as i'm like live reading it um i did want to do a read with me for the lies i tell but i ended up doing like a um group buddy read for this um from instagram um it's just the same handle i'll put a little sticker or something here 

i ended up reading this with i think four other friends um and i'm also currently doing a buddy read for sundial by katarina ward and it was just like too much because it's also the week of my son's first birthday 

so i was like okay it was just too much to like also do a read with me for this one but don't worry i do have the non-spoiler review for you here you know just like when you over commit to something that's what i did that week i was like i'm gonna film film another read with 

me i'm gonna do a buddy read i'm gonna do a second buddy read and then i was like wait girl you're planning a first birthday so anyways like i said i chose these for my june book of the month picks and this is actually a pretty quick read um i would say it's pretty gripping from the beginning um 

it's under 300 pages i am going to go ahead and read the synopsis so just skip like 30 seconds ahead or so if you don't want to know what the book is about like you just want to go into it knowing nothing it says she's back meg williams maggie littleton melody wild different names 

for the same person depending on the town and depending on the job she's a con artist who erases herself to become whoever you need her to be a college student a life coach a real estate agent but nothing about her is real she slides alongside you and tells you exactly what you want to hear and by the time 

she's done you've likely lost everything kat roberts has been waiting ten years for the woman who upended her life to return and now that she has cat is determined to be the one to expose her but as the two women grow closer cat's long-held assumptions begin to crumble leaving cat to wonder 

who meg's true target is the lies i tell is a twisted domestic thriller that dies deep into the psyches and motivations of two women and their unwavering quest to seek justice for the past and rewrite the future that being said i would say i was gripped from the very beginning um i read this book

in four parts um which i will do like a book talk for those of us who have read in this video but since this is still a non-spoiler section um by the way i'll link that book talk time stamp in the description box for you if you want to skip ahead um but i would say 

i was pretty hooked like in the very beginning i loved both of the girls point of views i loved meg the one who was described in the uh beginning of the book a lot more just because you know she is the one who's um really like just she's doing a lot you know she's doing a lot and it's exciting to follow along with her so on my reading scale i am giving 

this an enjoyable read um i originally rated it a four and a half star and then as it like sat with me a little bit after i read the book i was like there were just some things that i was a little annoyed with and wished that we had more closure with so um i ended up giving 

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