Two Truths and a Lie

Two Truths and a Lie My killer is out there And my sister might be next to die Two months before I died my best friend s brother disappeared I have no idea where Thayer went but I know it is my fault Desperate to solve m

  • Title: Two Truths and a Lie
  • Author: Sara Shepard
  • ISBN: 9780007433001
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Paperback
  • My killer is out there And my sister might be next to die Two months before I died, my best friend s brother disappeared I have no idea where Thayer went but I know it is my fault Desperate to solve my murder, my long lost twin, Emma, is pretending to be me and unravelling the many mysteries I left behind.

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      Published :2019-03-25T22:28:31+00:00

    About "Sara Shepard"

    1. Sara Shepard

      Sara Shepard graduated from NYU and has an MFA from Brooklyn College She has lived in New York City, Brooklyn, Tucson, Arizona, Philadelphia, and now lives in Pittsburgh, PA Sara s Pretty Little Liars novels were inspired by her upbringing in Philadelphia s Main Line.

    804 thoughts on “Two Truths and a Lie”

    1. Ethan totally did itOne: he has a pretty good reason, sutton screwed himTwo: he performs at that open mic place, right by the canyon where she was killedThree: he had hiking gloves in his room and hello, canyon? Cliff where you can drop dead bodies and then hike on out of there? And his room is serial killer clean.Four: running away from thayer much?Five: second biggest reason. Ethan hardly ever spoke to sutton, yet somehow realized that emma was emma, when suttons parents, sister, best friends, [...]


    2. I loved this installment in the series! At this point I trust no one and suspect everyone. Anyone could have done it! I'm so excited to continue on with the series.


    3. Might as-well write this review whilst I'm supposed to be studyingTwo Truths and a LieSo i started this book back in 2012, and read 211 pages, which is ridiculous considering the whole book is only 291 pages why didn't my past self just finish it? hahahaI spent a while looking at recap blog posts of the book before this, and skimmed over that pages I'd already read in this book, and that worked surprisingly well, i was able to dive right back into the story!I really don't know what exactly to ra [...]



    4. I love the Lying Game series and was eagerly awaiting this book. I like how the story unfolds here and we get to see even further into Sutton's memories. Although I'd wish the next books brings even more answers and flashbacks. What I really like is how dimensional all these characters are, specially Thayer. This is by far my favorite Lying Game book till now. However, in this book I feel there was something really off about Ethan. I know how it's being shown towards the end that Laurel might've [...]



    5. This review is definitely affected by reading this book immediately after Never Have I Ever. Reading this immediately after finishing the preceding one, there are a lot of pretty large holes in the plot. For the first few chapters, I assumed that the author may just have made a mistake. Instead, all of the plot holes were actually Emma conveniently forgetting things that were relevant to the suspect of the book. Had Emma remembered everything she had conveniently forgotten, the mystery in this b [...]


    6. OHMY! I absolutely loved The Lying Game and Never Have I Ever. I don't know but I noticed that this series is just like Pretty Little Liars. Someone was killed, Suspects, Secrets and stuffsSo far I liked what I read so I'd like to watch this series (if it even becomes one (; ).


    7. Vollständiges Review auch hier: xobooksheaven.wordpress/Inhalt: Sie sucht den Mörder ihres Zwillings»Sutton ist tot. Sag es niemandem. Spiel weiter mit Oder du bist als Nächste dran.«Nur äußerst knapp hat Emma Paxton zwei Mordanschläge überlebt. Außer ihrem Freund Ethan weiß keiner, dass sie in die Rolle ihrer ermordeten Zwillingsschwester Sutton geschlüpft ist, um deren Mörder zu überführen. Bei den Ermittlungen stellt Emma fest, dass Suttons Herz alles andere als rein war: Die Z [...]


    8. I loved this one.Thayer is so mysterious and I wish Emma could here sutton!Laurel is defiantly not the one. I think.I suspect Ethan. Definitley.Read: 2015


    9. I am a huge fan of murder mystery/ psychological thriller novels, and I have been a fan of this series ever since I picked up The Lying Game #1 back when it first came out. Sara Shepard knows how to create this creepy, mysterious environment where everyone becomes a suspect and the chase for the truth becomes more like a game of hide and seek. This is not a newsflash since Sara Shepard is already famous for her "Pretty Little Liars" series, and while I did not read the books, the show is one of [...]


    10. (view spoiler)[Why can Laurel be so bitchy and annoying throughtout the entire book??? She was nicer in the 2nd book and she just acted like a bitch in this book ○□○// I understand that she is jealous of Sutton and Sutton is not the best sister, but you would not take revenge on your sister by tricking your sister’s boyfriend right? Totally unacceptable to me >△< and why I think Ethan somehow might be the murderer of Sutton >□< Plz tell me my guess is wrong! (hide spoiler [...]



    11. Gostei imenso. Desde o início da série que suspeito de alguém e estou bastante curiosa para saber se estou ou não certa.


    12. [image error]Is there a recurring pattern here or is it just me? Emma ("Sutton") picks someone to blame due to suspicious motives, the Actual Sutton ghost has a memory flashback, marking that person as the supposed killer. Outstanding evidence proves against that person and in the end.Its not them. They've been proven innocent by the continuation of the same memory Sutton Ghost had or something else. Let's just hope for the sake of our sanity that Hide and seek is the last book in the series. (v [...]


    13. Ok. I really loved this book. However, it had a very predictable ending. I mean, I am very familiar with Shepard's writing style bc of PLL, so maybe that was it, but I totally knew that Thayer was NOT the killer. It was obvious. I LOVED that she gave sutton visions from right before she was murdered. THAT was awesome bc we are getting to see how it all unfolds. I have my suspicious on who it is, so we will see if I am right. Loved loved LOVED this book. :)



    14. I liked the first two books a lot more than this one.Its more like a filler book but it was ok! Now Laurel is the suspect :3 Can't wait to read the rest of the series



    15. Added a creepy new twist to the book series which I loved. It made the suspect pool grow bigger but it was worth it.


    16. 3.5 StarsI'm a bit underwhelmed here. I just can't help but feel like the book series has lost pizzazz since the TV series has started.In Two Truths and a Lie, Emma Paxton is living the life of her twin sister, Sutton, and trying to figure out who murdered Sutton. The book is narrated by Sutton watching over Emma, so it's in third person and first person at the same time. It still weirds me out. Sutton doesn't comment on things much, so it reads like third person limited from Emma's point of vie [...]


    17. A Small Note:I've read this book before so this review will have thoughts on what I thought before and after rereading this book again. I wasn't able to write a review before so I'm making up for it with this one. If you haven't read the first two books you might get some new details ruined for you naturally.My Thoughts:Two Truths and a Lie picks up with Emma discovering Thayer in her bedroom. Thayer has become a new prime suspect with Sutton's friends and sister being cleared so she's terrified [...]


    18. How the last book ended, I really couldn’t wait to continue the series. I’m little mad at myself for not starting the Pretty Little Liars series because I am in love with Sara Shepard’s writing. I love the mystery, the drama, and man, even the love interests. Now, I have only watched Pretty Little Liars and the boys on that show are really hot. And as for the Lying Game, Ethan is one of my favorite characters on the show. I found it a little hard to switch from watching the show and readin [...]


    19. I am a huge fan of murder mystery/ psychological thriller novels, and I have been a fan of this series ever since I picked up The Lying Game #1 back when it first came out. Sara Shepard knows how to create this creepy, mysterious environment where everyone becomes a suspect and the chase for the truth becomes more like a game of hide and seek. This is not a newsflash since Sara Shepard is already famous for her "Pretty Little Liars" series, and while I did not read the books, the show is one of [...]


    20. For my theories about this book, check out: unforgetablebooks/I did not enjoy this book as much as the second one, Never Have I Ever, but I still enjoyed it. This book seemed to repeat many of the events from the second book just with a different story. The date that Emma have in the middle of the book seems similar to the photography date from the second book. In the second book Emma struggles with deciding to date Ethan or not and in this book decides if she wants to tell Sutton's friends they [...]


    21. Also reviewed on my blog, The Vintage BookwormI know this is sad, but even though I'm on the third book in this series, I STILL have trouble trying to separate the characters and happenings in the TV show and the characters and happenings in the books. I mean, they are mostly completely different. But I do love both.Sara Shepard really knows how to write a good mystery. She keeps it creepy, but enjoyable and glamorous. If that makes sense. I love both Pretty Little Liars and this series. TV show [...]


    22. (Originally @ CSI:Librarian.)As I noted previously, it is difficult to review books in a series and come up with something new to say if the books continue to be similar to one another in quality and content. That said, I read this book even faster than the last two, and it's probably my favorite so far.Matters are becoming increasingly more complicated and confusing for both Emma and her deceased twin Sutton. All the light shed on alibis and motives has really come to amount to nothing much, pa [...]


    23. I have been excited to read this one ever since I finished the last book a couple months ago. I couldn't wait to find out more stuff about Thayer. I am so happy that this book didn't disappoint! I actually enjoyed this one more than, "Never Have I Ever". The last book was all about the Twitter Twins, but they weren't in this book much at all. Emma is more focused on Thayer and her relationship with Ethan. While this book did feel like a filler book for the next, there were a lot of hints of who [...]


    24. I thought that this was a good book. The characters are interesting, and the perspective is really neat.BUTIs everybody stupid? It is ridiculously obvious that Mr.Mercer murdered Sutton, or at the very least hit Thayer with the car.1. His fingerprints are on the car. Yes, he is technically a co-owner But why would he ever actually need to use Sutton's car? Also, the girls all carpool together often, but none of their fingerprints were on the car. This means that Mr. Mercer had touched it more re [...]


    25. I have no idea why I paid for and read this book. I didn't like the first book in the series and found the second one to be just okay. I have been enjoying the TV show based on the books, but it really has very little in common with the books other than the name and the fact that there are twins separated at birth.As I mentioned in my review of The Lying Game, I have a problem with the supernatural aspect of the series. It seems like a really thin plot device to have the "ghost" of Sutton follow [...]


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