The Lying Game
Seventeen-year-old Emma Paxton steps into the life of her long-lost twin Sutton to solve her murder, while Sutton looks on from her afterlife.
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This book is about two long lost twins, who have never met each other before. One day they find out and plan to meet. When they do, Emma finds out her sister is DEAD! If she doesn't act like her sister, she will be...... next.
Emma is the opposite of Sutton. She is kind, shy and quiet. As a character, she gains the reader's sympathy completely. She is the least mysterious character of the story. We know everything about her, and perfectly understand her motivations. Although she is not very interesting, she does her job perfectly: she allows to reader to gain knowledge and speculate about Sutton's murder. Sutton is the interesting twin. The reader meats her as a ghost, after she has died. Problem is, she can't remember what happened (aside from a couple flash backs) and is forced to passively observe Emma's attempts to solve her murder. Sutton is shrouded with mystery. She had secrets, and they died with her. Out of all the members of the lying game, she was the best prankster and promised that she would play a big prank on everyone. The other members of the lying game all have their own secrets, too. ---See full review here: http://throughthebookvine.blogspot.com/2011/02/lying-game.html
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