We Were Liars
ISBN: 038574126X
EAN13: 9780385741262
Language: English
Release Date: May 13, 2014
Pages: 240
Dimensions: 1.3" H x 8.4" L x 5.7" W
Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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The New York Times bestseller We Were Liars in a groundbreaking new mini format, perfect for on-the-go reading

We are Sinclairs. We live, at least in the summertime, on a private island off the coast of Massachusetts. Perhaps that is all you need to know. Except that some of us are liars.

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.

- Time
- The Wall Street Journal
- The Boston Globe

Thrilling, beautiful, and blisteringly smart, We Were Liars is utterly unforgettable. --#1 New York Times bestselling author JOHN GREN

Haunting, sophisticated . . . TWISTY AND WEL-TOLD. --The Wall Street Journal

A satisfying, but SHOCKING twist ending. --Entertainment Weekly

An AMBITIOUS novel with an engaging voice, a clever plot and some TERIFIC writing. --The New York Times

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    The recommended reading level for We Were Liars is 8th Grade through 12th Grade .

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    We Were Liars is 240 pages long.

  • Who wrote We Were Liars?

    We Were Liars was written by E Lockhart

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    We Were Liars won the following awards:

    in 2015 We Were Liars won the Tayshas Reading in category .

    in 2015 We Were Liars won the Georgia Peach Book Award for Teen Readers in category .

    in 2015 We Were Liars won the Capitol Choices: Noteworthy Books for Children and Teens in category .

    in 2015 We Were Liars won the Florida Teens Read in category .

    in 2016 We Were Liars won the Virginia Readers Choice Award in category .

    in 2016 We Were Liars won the Rhode Island Teen Book Award in category .

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   Good book!
This book was on my tbr list for a long time! Great book with a huge plot twist!
   i would fs reread this in my lifetime
I loved this book. I gave it a 4 because towards the end was lowkey depressing and featured heavy topics. But the beginning was soo adorable. This book had me thinking about it for multiple days.
   Quick Read
It was an okay book with a twist ending that was only somewhat predictable.
I didn't find myself really connecting with any of the characters and the plot was a little confusing, but it was still an okay book.
   Easy Read
It’s a good story. A quick read and entertaining.
   Loved it
I feel like this book had a lot of hype, but it met my expectations. I loved it- drama, twists, and all!
I really wanted to read this book, but it wasn't good for me. I found myself just reading so that I could finish the book. I did not feel invested in the characters. The only part of the book that elicited any kind of response from me was the animal cruelty, and I felt that was unnecessary and could have been left out. I wouldn't recommend this book.
   Kinda Culturally Insensitive 🥺
Fatima is a highly respected name for a dog in the book and the author is a bit problematic in using it. Fatima is the only pet that is described, and she has a chubby nose and wide face. It seems like a play on stereotypes. Next time, do better research to not offend your Muslim Readers.
   I don’t get it. SPOILERS
I don't understand the appeal of this book. There is no character development and the writing is pretentious. The narrator is the only character that makes me care about it. I knew the twist early on. The trope of dead the whole time has been eliminated.
I gave it 3 stars because of the first 70% of the book. It was easy to read. The romance is a young adult read and love feels real with adolescent hormones, so I didn't find it silly, over the top or corny. The rest of the book is mourning, mourning, mourning, guilt, and more mourning after the plot twist around 80%. The story was going to be over when I rushed to the end. Part of the story development is realistic because I grew up in the 1%. I wouldn't recommend this book for adults. It is a letdown.
   Jaw on the floor.
What is that? Did, did. It is I. It is just. Did you read? My jaw was on the floor for ten minutes. It is well written. It's so unexpected. It was so much beyond words. There are many books about Mental illness. This is nothing like this before. This book is the epitome of grief and mental instability. If I tried to remove my eyes, I couldn't. It is formatted in a way that is unique and interesting. It is a love story? Is this a mystery? It's a great work of literature that throws the reader for a loop. I was confused by Cadence until the end. She made a lot more sense with her actions and personality.