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Ola! I'm one of those crazy girls who is overly addictive to books and reading. I'm weird around books and tends to read them abnormally fast. And I'm a hopeful romantic who is a firm believer of Happily Ever Afters.
Pieces of Lies - Angela Richardson She is uncomfortable with rich people and glamour.
But she is attending a private school, drives a fancy car and owns designer clothes.
She is cool but has dark moments that she tends to extract by painting.
Then two guys came - one who always has been there for her but betrayed her at one night and the other - a stranger who immediately caught her eye and interest.
What is really lingering behind this girls mind?


I prolong reading this book – for some unknown reason I forgot that I have a copy of it until such time that I find it somewhere on my email then decided to give it a shot now before I once again forgot about it. Anyhow, on to the review…

One word to describe this book is INTRIGUING. Right off the hook where the secret society was introduced I was intrigued coz its not everyday that I get to read stories that involves secret societies so I was hyped to know what the fuss is all about.

The characters - these set of people do messed up my mind. I don’t know who they really are!! It's really hard to distinguishing who is the real person and who are keeping secrets - all of them seem to be guilty about something that no one else should know. But a definite plus side to this is that it intrigued me more.

(**Though I do like Clint for Norah I think that after all that happened Josh is the only one who genuinely cared for Norah – without the dare or the money or what ever ulterior motives.)

The mystery of it all really got me. Though the line of the story might get old to you but one thing’s for sure - behind the mainstream flow of the plot lays a world where lies, truth, resentment and betrayal is wonderfully spinned and used.

My only hesitation about Pieces of Lies is the absence of further introduction to the secret society that I was very much intrigued. I know the use and importance of the Lapell was mentioned but it was not enough for me it seemed like I just saw a glimpse of what really that society is all about – maybe the author is saving it for another story idrk.

The end is definitely not end! I knew it! Though I was expecting it to be a stand alone one, after reading the last part I know it doesn’t have to end there for there are still a lot of lose ties that are needed to be tied.

No other title is more fitting for this story than Pieces of Lies – it says it all. Will be looking forward for the next installment to this series!

Thanks to the author for providing a copy for review.