Review of Last Time I Lied

Title: The Last Time I Lied

Author: Reilly Sager

Rating: 4.5/5

Pages: 384

Days it Took to Read: 4

Genre: Mystery

3-Sentence Synopsis: Three girls disappear in the middle of the night forcing Camp Nightingale to close. For the past 15 years their former cabin mate, Emma, and been haunted by memories of their disappearance and returns to help reopen the camp as a painting instructor. While there, she hopes to discover what truly happened to her friends but as she gets closer to the truth, Emma is certain someone is watching her and fears for her safety.

Review: I am always a sucker for a good mystery…which may make my rating just a little bias. Although it was a slow start for me, I quickly got absorbed into the book once the action picked up and couldn’t put the book down. There are many unexpected twists and turns down to the final page to keep the reader on his or her toes and I was constantly questioning the characters’ motives. Perfect summer read due to the camp setting.

Other Books by Author: I’ve read and enjoyed Reilly Sager’s Final Girls. Plenty of twist and turns as well, but was a little too scary/graphic for me to read at night.

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