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From the author of We Were Liars , which John Green called "utterly unforgettable," comes a unique novel that showcases E. Lockhart's unmatched ability to play with style and deliver a perfectly plotted, well-written novel with a surprise twist.
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"Compulsively readable." -- Entertainment Weekly
Imogen is a runaway heiress, an orphan, a cook, and a cheat.
Jule is a fighter, a social chameleon, and an athlete.
An intense friendship. A disappearance. A murder, or maybe two.
A bad romance, or maybe three.
Blunt objects, disguises, blood, and chocolate. The American dream, superheroes, spies, and villains.
A girl who refuses to give people what they want from her.
A girl who refuses to be the person she once was.
"You will devour it." --Gayle Forman, bestselling author of If I Stay
" Fans of E. Lockhart's We Were Liars will love this . . . and definitely won't see the ending coming." --HelloGiggles.com
"Tangled secrets, diabolical lies and, ultimately, a mind-blowing outcome are crafted with the plotted precision we expect (and love!) from E. Lockhart ." -- Justine Magazine
"Moves at a breakneck speed." -- Marie Claire
"As with E. Lockhart's previous novel, the best-selling "We Were Liars," [readers] will likely finish the last page and flip right back to the beginning to search for clues they missed." -- Chicago Tribune
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JCLChrisK Jun 13, 2018
In a small way, I think it's unfortunate that Lockhart is so well known for We Were Liars, to which this will inevitably be compared, because I think it has more in common with her earlier (and superior, in my mind) The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks. Of course, this has a reverse c... Read More »
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"Every place has rules. What you do when you come into a new place is, you figure them out. Like when you're a guest, you learn the codes of behavior and adapt. Yes?"
"Maybe that's what you do."
"That's what everyone does. You work out how loud you can talk, how you can sit, what things are okay to say and what's rude. It's called being a human in society."
"Nah." Forrest crossed his legs in a leisurely fashion. "I'm not that fake. I just do what feels right to me. And you know what? It's never been a problem, until now."
"Because you're you."
"What does that mean?"
"You're a guy. You come from money, you're white, you have really good teeth, you graduated from Yale, the list goes on."
"Other people adapt to you, a**hole. You think there's no adapting going on, but you're f***ing blind, Forrest. It's all around you, all the time."
"I think you're wrong about the American Dream," said Jule.
"No, I'm not. Why?"
"The American dream is to be an action hero."
"Americans like to fight wars," said Jule. "We want to change laws or break them. We like vigilantes. We're crazy about them, right? Superheroes and the Taken movies and whatever. We're all about heading out west and grabbing land from people who had it before. Slaughtering the so-called bad guys and fighting the system. That's the American dream."
The dedication: For anyone who has been taught that good equals small and silent, here is my heart with all its ugly tangles and splendid fury.
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