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Liar Liar by [Cotton, L A]
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Liar Liar Kindle Edition

4.8 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 5695 KB
  • Print Length: 277 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Delesty Books (22 Nov. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01N0DP8Y2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #71,965 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Where do I start, I really enjoyed this book but at the same time it frustrated the hell out of me, just when I thought the big secret would be revealed something happened to prevent it !!!!! I desperately wanted to know what Becca's big secret was but even at the end of book 1 I still don't fully know, that's because there's a book 2 - I guess I'm going to have to be patient !!! I loved Lianne's ability to drop little clues along the way making this an intriguing story although a little frustrating at times I for one can't wait for book two - what is Becca's secret ?????
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Liar Liar is a read that's gonna drag you in from the first chapter. L.A. Cotton has you trying to figure out the lies from the truth between all the characters making you flick the pages backwards and forward trying to find the answers.
I cannot wait to find out what happens in book two and what will become of the lies and truth that surrounds becca.
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Wow! 5 Stars of suspense.

From the first chapters of Liar Liar I was captivated, the whole book is like a spiders Web of deceit and secrets and Becca was stuck in the middle with no way out except maybe Evan.

Right from the beginning of Liar Liar the plot let's you know something serious went down with Becca, something that caused the whole family to uproot from their affluent life style to a town where no-one knew them.

Credence was a town of trailer parks and poverty and a far cry from what they were used to.

Becca is a girl on a journey to a new self, shedding the old and embracing the new. Gone are the designer clothes of her past in her attempt to fit into a new school and make new friends, except the friends part wasn't that easy.

Throughout Becca's story there's intense bullying, twists and turns as the plot thickens and Becca's new life is grim until Evan, the boy who takes interest, comes to her rescue more than once and unlike all the others in Credence he seems to care.

Becca: Something in him touched the broken pieces in me and I couldn’t resist him.

He was like a drug and teetering on the edge of addiction.

I was still trying to figure Becca out as much as Becca was trying to figure herself out, she was a girl in limbo stuck between the old and the new with a shadow of lies cast over her, like a rain cloud and the storm was coming.

Evan he to was a mystery too, wanting to keep their relationship secret from the bully's, he was a loner and a guy who seemed to be dark, mysterious, a boy in the background but carrying a presence that got him noticed.
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Liar Liar by L A Cotton Reviewed by Wendy for your next hot read 5 Stars
How One little white lie can turn your world upside down!!
I was given a ARC copy of Liar Liar for a honest review,
Well where do I start ? WOW comes to mind straight away, This book is amazing, it's one of those books that keeps you on the edge of your seat and make your heart pound in your chest so much you think it's going to jump out your rib cage,
I could not put it down, I had to see if this story ended badly Becca or not,

Becca and her family had to move from a prestige life style, home and school, to a little town where no one knew them and about their past life they had to leave behind,

All Becca had to do was finish of her senior year at a small school called Credence high and keep her head down before she went to uni, " easy" or so she thought,
Becca had to find herself a new life a new identity and find her own people, easier said than done when you have all the kids in a small town staring at you and sniggering behind your back,
I loved the characters in this book they were written really well and matured through out the story,
I loved this book and the style in which it was written, L A Cotton is fabulous when it comes to YA stories,
I highly recommend this book and trust me your in for a White knuckle ride, so buckle up your seatbelt folks and enjoy the ride,
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This book was awesome! An absolutely brilliantly written story which had me turning page after page and ended with me wanting to scream and throw my kindle… Do I REALLY have to wait until Spring? How can you do that to me? I have so many questions and want so many answers. But it’s brilliant and I have no doubt there is so much more excitement to come.

Becca has moved to Credence following something that has resulted in her and her parents moving away. She’s moved from a very affluent area, having attended the best school, surrounded by money, yachts and close friends, to a much more average town, attending the local high school.

From early on we know ‘something’ happened, but we don’t know what. We can guess it’s something big, but we are left with our minds and our guesses. There is a lot of mystery and intrigue surrounding this whole book – so many hidden secrets, pasts and demons. Webs of lies and deceit are formed, with Becca and the reader not really knowing who you can and can’t trust. Becca’s whole life at the moment seems to be built on lies, and the ‘new’ Becca feels this is the only way forward.

Then we have Evan. Complicated, mysterious, brooding, Evan! Again, a character that appears to be hiding a lot of secrets. But I did really like him as a character, especially his relationship with Eli!

I really liked all of the characters (even the less than desirable ‘bully’ Kendall, and her friends play a great part). I wasn’t overly keen on Scarlett, I don’t trust her, but I think that’s her way, and by the end we realise there’s more than meets the eye with her too. There is obviously so much we don’t know about ALL of the characters, not just one or two.
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