Cadence Sinclair Eastman aka Cady was a part of a wealthy family mainly held up by her granddad. Every summer Cady and her mom, aunts and cousins head to Beechwood Island, an Island her Granddad owned. He was head of the family until her grandma Tipper died and then after an accident that left Cady with a sort of amnesia where she can’t remember what happened during Summer Fifteen. Two years later, after the accident, she returns to Beechwood Island still suffering migraines but trying to find the truth. She discovers things that will not only break your heart but will explain a lot of things that go on.
I loved this book so much that I wanted to read it all the time, which is why it only took me 2 days to read it. This is definitely worth a read whether you’re a young adult or an older adult. The story is sooo amazing. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ All the way!! Happy reading!
2 responses to “We Were Liars by E. Lockhart: Book Review”
I liked this book but didn’t love it- it’s a quick, fun read but didn’t make all that much of an impression on me. I’ve been ambivalent about reading the prequel, but I probably will eventually.
I honestly loved it so much, but that’s just me. It has a few plot twists plus uses several metaphors. That’s just me though. Not every book is for everyone.
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