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Genuine Fraud

Delacorte Press

"A brilliant, twisty thriller--I loved it!" -KAREN M. MCMANUS, bestselling author of One of Us is Lying

From the author of We Were Liars, which John Green called "utterly unforgettable," comes a mind-bending, New York Times bestselling thriller told in reverse.

"Compulsively readable." -Entertainment Weekly

"An addictive and shocking feminist thriller." -Lena Dunham

Imogen lives at the Playa Grande Resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. She spends her days working out in the hotel gym and telling other guests how she was forced out of Stanford.

But Imogen isn't really Imogen. She's Jule. And she's on the run from something. Or someone. Which means . . . where is the real Imogen?

Rewind: Jule and Imogen are the closest of friends. Obsessed with each other, even. Imogen is an orphan, an heiress; she and Jule spend a summer together in a house on Martha's Vineyard, sharing secrets they'd never reveal to another soul.

But that was months ago. Where is Immie now? And why is Jule using her name?

"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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E. Lockhart wrote the New York Times bestseller We Were Liars, which is also available in a deluxe edition. Her other books include Fly on the Wall, Dramarama, The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks, and the Ruby Oliver Quartet, which includes The Boyfriend List, The Boy Book, The Treasure Map of Boys, and Real Live Boyfriends. Visit her online at emilylockhart.com, and follow @elockhart on Twitter.
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Seitenzahl 272 (Printausgabe)
Altersempfehlung ab 12
Erscheinungsdatum 05.09.2017
Sprache Englisch
EAN 9780385391382
Verlag Random House UK Ltd
Dateigröße 3178 KB
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Soon became predictable and boring
von Lisa F. aus Berlin am 12.11.2017
Bewertet: Einband: gebundene Ausgabe

Okay, wow, what a letdown. After loving "We Were Liars" I was very excited to dive into this one. Sadly, this book didn't deliver at all. I really liked the aspect of the story being told backwards in time. That's about it. The story was underwhelming. The concept felt like "The Talented Mr. Ripley" which is not a compliment ... Okay, wow, what a letdown. After loving "We Were Liars" I was very excited to dive into this one. Sadly, this book didn't deliver at all. I really liked the aspect of the story being told backwards in time. That's about it. The story was underwhelming. The concept felt like "The Talented Mr. Ripley" which is not a compliment as I didn't enjoy that book very much either but Mr. Ripley at least had that novelty feeling to it as I had never read a book like that. "Genuine Fraud" feels like a watered down version instead, with a few suprises in the beginning but then it became predictable and boring. And the little twist at the end couldn't save the book.