Review: See How They Lie by Sue Wallman

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I wrote a review of Sue Wallman’s ‘Lying About Last Summer’ a while ago [x] and I thoroughly enjoyed it so when I saw she’d released another book I was really excited to read it. I’m pretty much always broke so I didn’t buy it for ages but did finally receive a copy for Christmas from my Mom which I was super happy about.

For those who don’t know anything about the book ‘See How They Lie’ is told from the point of view of Mae who has grown up at Hummingbird Creek, a wellness retreat for rich teens with psychological problems so they can receive the help they need from Mae’s father, a skilled psychiatric. All aspects of daily life are monitored carefully for the patient’s sake and there are strict rules. When Mae is caught breaking these rules the response is severe. She begins to doubt everything she’s been told and starts asking questions. But asking questions at Hummingbird Creek can be dangerous.

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This book sounded so good so I was really looking forward to reading it and I ended up really enjoying it. I had a feeling I would because I’d already liked ‘Lying about Last Summer’ but this book was much, much better. It kept my interest from start to finish and I couldn’t wait to get to the end to find out the truth.

I really liked reading about Mae, I don’t know what it was about her but I don’t know I just thought she was a really good character. I didn’t like Mae’s best friend Drew but I don’t really know why. He just seemed really pretentious and annoying. Her other friends were a lot more interesting to read about and I don’t know, I just preferred them. Hated her Dad right from the start before I’d even learnt much about him.

Although I loved the story I can’t help feeling a bit confused about the plot twist. I thought it was good don’t get me wrong but I’m not 100% sure how it would work? Obviously I don’t want to give it away for anyone because it was interesting and I didn’t see it coming but I just don’t know how it would work – it sucks because I want to go into more detail but anything I say could give it away. Don’t worry, I won’t ruin it for you guys!

Overall I really recommend this book because it had me hooked right from the start and it was just a super interesting read. If you haven’t read a Sue Wallman book before then you’re really missing out, her books are so good with interesting plot twists and I really can’t recommend them enough.

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