Book Review: Where the Truth Lies

November 29, 2010

At first glance, Where the Truth Lies by Jessica Warman, seems  fit the stereotypical mold of many novels: young girl+bad boy+secrets  = drama, which is usually not one of my preferred genres. But something seemed to tell me that this book was worth picking up, and I was glad that I listened to my intuition.   Where the Truth Lies is really much, much more. Emily, the main character, seems to have it all. She has great friends, loving parents, and with her father being the headmaster at the ritzy private school she attends. She has about as perfect a situation as it can get.  But she also has terrifying nightmares about fire and water, which a succession of therapists  have been unable to unravel. Read the rest of this entry »


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