Book Review: We Told Six Lies

We Told Six Lies Cover

We Told Six Lies by Victoria Scott

When Molly goes missing, her boyfriend becomes the primary suspect. The story is told switching between the past and the present, but also between Molly and Cobain’s points of view, so the reader is left to guess a little on the actual timeline sequences. I know, but of course I can’t tell you. <insert evil laugh here>.

I’m slightly conflicted on this book. I’m only giving it an average rating, but at the same time, I KNOW high school students are going to love it. I’m sure for them it will be an above average read. For an avid reader, some of the plot seemed forced, but students I’ve talked to didn’t agree. With that said, it was still an interesting read. I love that it was very different from her other books that I’ve read.

Quotes: none

Recommended Grades: 10th and up (some mature content and language)

Genre: Realistic Fiction

Overall Opinion: Average

Source: ebook ARC through Netgalley

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