We Were Liars

We Were Liars A New York Times Bestseller Haunting sophisticated a novel so twisty and well told that it will appeal to older readers as well as to adolescents Wall Street Journal A rich stunning summer mystery w

  • Title: We Were Liars
  • Author: E. Lockhart Ariadne Meyers
  • ISBN: 9780804168397
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Audio CD
  • A New York Times Bestseller Haunting, sophisticated a novel so twisty and well told that it will appeal to older readers as well as to adolescents Wall Street Journal A rich, stunning summer mystery with a sharp twist that will leave you dying to talk about the book with a pal or ten Parade Thrilling, beautiful, and blisteringly smart, We Were Liars is utteA New York Times Bestseller Haunting, sophisticated a novel so twisty and well told that it will appeal to older readers as well as to adolescents Wall Street Journal A rich, stunning summer mystery with a sharp twist that will leave you dying to talk about the book with a pal or ten Parade Thrilling, beautiful, and blisteringly smart, We Were Liars is utterly unforgettable John Green, 1 New York Times bestselling author of The Fault in Our Stars You re going to want to remember the title Liars details the summers of a girl who harbors a dark secret, and delivers a satisfying, but shocking twist ending Breia Brissey, Entertainment WeeklyA 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 We Were Liars is a modern, sophisticated suspense novel from New York Times bestselling author, National Book Award finalist, and Printz Award honoree E Lockhart Read it.And if anyone asks you how it ends, just LIE An ambitious novel with an engaging voice, a clever plot and some terrific writing New York Times Book Review No one should be talking about the shocking twist ending What we can talk about is Lockhart s razor sharp portrayal of a family for whom keeping up appearances is paramount and, ultimately, tragic The Chicago TribuneFrom the Hardcover edition.

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    1. Once upon a time there were three bears who lived in a wee house in the woods.Once upon a time there were three billy goats who lived near a bridge.Once upon a time there were three soldiers, tramping together down the roads after the war.Once upon a time there were three little pigs.Once upon a time there were three brothers.No, this is it. This is the variation I want.It was a better coming of age than Catcher in the Rye, but I also thought Twilight was a better coming-of-age than Catcher in t [...]

    2. This is the kind of book that, when I finish reading it, I’m like FINALLY and then throw the book out of the window (in this case not applicable because of digital copy so I'm doing it through a gif.) But really, what a weird story and an uncomfortable and pretentious atmosphere this We Were Liars book has. It wasn’t long, thank God, but damn it was painful to read. This is my 3rd negative review/read this week and I’m seriously pissed but will try to keep it cool.I didn’t getthe purpose [...]

    3. This was, without a doubt, one of the most powerful and well-crafted books I have read in a really long time. Elements that made this book outstanding:1) It started with a map and a family tree. Talk about setting yourself up for success!2) The personification of emotion. This might not make sense unless you've read the book, but wow it was powerful.3) The use of fairy tales from the main character to describe situations.4) The sense of complete mystery and suspicion: I was always questioning ev [...]

    4. sobbing. sobbing. sobbing. so much love for this book, and its perfect, perfect ending. i can't even capitalize right now. i don't even want to capitalize right now. in fetal positionb. my souuuuul.

    5. It's true what they're saying: you're better off if I tell you nothing about this book.So I will just say two things.1) It is worth reading. Even though I only gave it 3 stars.2) I gave it 3 stars because of the writing style, which irritated the hell out of me. The fact that it got 3 stars after annoying me so much will hopefully give you some indication of how much I liked the idea.It's a very clever book and an incredibly sophisticated piece of YA. BUT an execution that was not to my tastes. [...]

    6. It's been awhile since I have so totally hated a book.I'm surprised at how varied the feelings on here about this book areme of my friends hated it.Some of them liked/loved it.I still love them.Let's get to why I hated this so very frigging much.The main character is a twitbut then the whole family is:Welcome to the beautiful Sinclair family.No one is a criminal.No one is an addict.No one is a failure.The Sinclairs are athletic, tall and handsome. That's actually the good part on her family. In [...]

    7. I went into We Were Liars one cocky son of a biscuit eater, feeling above it all right from page one. I'd seen this book talked about so heavily by other bloggers and how some never saw the twist coming or how others totally saw that twist coming. All the while, I was sitting on the sidelines with my shades on, posted up with my arms folded, saying, "Yeah, yeah, yeah. Hot potato." That's not to say I didn't want to read this book, because I did. I even had an ARC sitting on my shelf for the lon [...]

    8. so, just like Little Bee, this book begs you "NOOO, DON'T TELL ITS SEEEEKRITS!!" and if anyone asks you how it ends, just LIE part of me is tempted to write this whole long review about how this book is a magical adventure focusing on a young girl in manhattan during the blackout of 2003, when all the red pandas living in the sewers came out to play, carrying tiny flashlights and shepherding people from manhattan to their homes in the outer boroughs and all the lessons this young girl learns alo [...]

    9. *5 Stars*There’s not even a Scrabble word for how I’m feeling right now…This story left me defeated, but its tragedy was paired equally with an unconventional beauty. It gripped me instantly to the point where I couldn’t stop thinking about its mystery…Its intrigue. Its quiet calamity. The suspense is painted on rather thickly, which is not to say that readers will not form an accurate theory early on. But the journey remains worth it whether you’ve Sherlock Holmes’d this one or no [...]

    10. well this was all kinds of pointlessand also depressing. ugh! the writing is so manneredit is an affectationa studied display of real or pretended feelinge whole book lacks affect;it lacks the real emotionthat it so desperately tries to conveyin its own affect-less waye writer has talentsurebut here it is squandered.I like the premise, it's enticing;who doesn't want to read about the fragile cloistered lives of insular rich white peoplewho summer on their own private island?makes us not-rich peo [...]

    11. that wasn't what i was expecting! IF YOU HAVEN'T READ THIS YET, JUST JUMP INTO IT. It's better the less you know about it! I just posted my full booktalk! youtube/watch?v=M5uex =)

    12. "Read it.And if anyone asks you how it ends, just LIE." This book was great, you guys! I love the writing style. It wasn't confusing at all! It was totally not annoying! :) I loved the characters.They were so complexand not bland at all.They definitely didn't want to make me want to shoot myself in the head! :)I knew what was going on and I enjoyed this story a lot! The ending was just beautiful. Literally all I can ask for! :)I LOVE THIS SM I AM CRYING! :) :) :) :) :) :)

    13. I went into 'We Were Liars' blind, for the most part. It had been sitting on my Audible shelf for so long that I had long-since forgotten what it was supposed to be about. Sometimes, I get it in my head that a book is going to be about something, when it absolutely has nothing to do with it. God only knows where I get these ideas, but I do. As a result, I often find myself being surprised by the content of the stories I read without re-reading the blurbs. This was one of those times. Note to oth [...]

    14. First,I predict the ending after 25% of the novel.d Yes,I was rightIt was a bit tedious after that, I mean I know everythingBUTBy the final 25 pages I cried like a babyIt's shameful crying, uncontrollable, unexpectedthough the whole thing wasExpected.Do you think I lie?NoThey WereNot meلازم أكتب بلغتي ﻷني مشحون، غاضب وحزينهذه الرواية ألمت قلبي، ولو أنها رواية عادية جدابل وتوقعتها من بعد ربعها اﻷوللك [...]

    15. A really unfortunate novel by the author of the much better The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks. A completely unconvincing twist in the last twenty pages resolves the mystery in a way that is both improbably gruesome and also lightly dismissed by the author. The real moral questions raised by the subject of the book, including racism, land ownership, inheritance, materialism, greed, and manipulation, are acted out in flat, white-hat/black-hat morality plays by stock characters of li [...]

    16. We Were Liars is an incredible, heartbreaking read that really messes with your mind until the very end. The writing, while not for everyone I'm sure, had me mesmerized. It's so different and poetic and full of carefully crafted imagery. It's a writing style that's really out of the box, you'll either love it or hate it. Me, I was thoroughly compelled. The plot itself is one you can't talk about or read about as you're bound to find out spoilers. It's the kind of story where the story itself is [...]

    17. WARNING: This book is a liar and it will cause you to cry for the next three hours, it crushes souls and it severely destroy hearts. Proceed with caution.I spent the whole time sobbing. trying to catch my breath. then sobbing again.We Were Liars scarred me and Im broken way beyond repair. And if anyone asks you how it ends, just LIE.You can listen to my fanmix of We Were Liars on 8tracks.

    18. لكل منا مكان سيشعر فيه بصباه للابدوهناك عدد قليل جدا من الاقارب و الاصدقاء تعود معهم روحك بنفس انطلاقة سن 16 🏊بلا شروط او مصالح او تحيزات.اجمل ما في الكاذبين انك كنت منهم يوما مارواية عصرية لا يميزها شئ الا اللغة السهلة و البساطة المتناهية🌚صعبة في اول 60 صفحةوتطلبت الكثير من [...]

    19. I'm pretty disappointed in this one. To me, it was very predictable and underwhelming. However, I did really like atmosphere of the story, the characters, and the writing. Listening to it as an audiobook definitely enhanced the experience.

    20. Eh. This was not the book for me, which I was disappointed to discover after two book-friends and an admired blogger all raved about this one. If I had expected less, I probably would have enjoyed it more, but as it stands, it ticked a few boxes for my various readerly pet peeves:1) A first person narrator2) An unreliable narrator (This is not a spoiler. Read the title. And the narrator has amnesia.)3) The narrator has amnesia.4) In the last 30 pages or so, the narrator/author make a big reveal [...]

    21. ____________________________________________“Be a little kinder than you have to.” ____________________________________________Okay so where to begin.I liked this book,you can see it by my rating,but I don't feel it ended right.I am not saying it was a bad ending,not at all,I enjoyed it,but there was no justice.The next part of the review will contain spoilers because I want to discuss with you some part of this book.Okay so let's begin:____________________________________________“Do not a [...]

    22. “What if we could stop being different colors, different backgrounds, and just be in love?”I hard quite a hard time rating this book.Things I LovedThe title, the unreliable narrator, the wonderful writing style, the air of mystery, the unexpected twists and turns, the priviliged-wealthy-private-island setting, the fairytales.Things I Did Not LoveThe many names and characters. Ugh, it took me a while to figure out who was who inspite of the family tree! The self-centered protagonist, the shal [...]

    23. I don't cry a lot but boy this had me sobbingI don't even know how to describe the feelings this story left me with. Just read it and you'll understand

    24. Warning to everyone who reads We Were Liars: Be prepared to scrape your chin off the floor. With a forklift. Yes, it really is that amazing.

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