One of Us Is Lying

One of Us Is Lying The Breakfast Club meets Pretty Little Liars One of Us Is Lying is the story of what happens when five strangers walk into detention and only four walk out alive Everyone is a suspect and everyone h

  • Title: One of Us Is Lying
  • Author: Karen M. McManus
  • ISBN: 9781524714680
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Breakfast Club meets Pretty Little Liars, One of Us Is Lying is the story of what happens when five strangers walk into detention and only four walk out alive Everyone is a suspect, and everyone has something to hide Pay close attention and you might solve this.On Monday afternoon, five students at Bayview High walk into detention Bronwyn, the brain, is Yale boundThe Breakfast Club meets Pretty Little Liars, One of Us Is Lying is the story of what happens when five strangers walk into detention and only four walk out alive Everyone is a suspect, and everyone has something to hide Pay close attention and you might solve this.On Monday afternoon, five students at Bayview High walk into detention Bronwyn, the brain, is Yale bound and never breaks a rule Addy, the beauty, is the picture perfect homecoming princess Nate, the criminal, is already on probation for dealing Cooper, the athlete, is the all star baseball pitcher And Simon, the outcast, is the creator of Bayview High s notorious gossip app Only, Simon never makes it out of that classroom Before the end of detention, Simon s dead And according to investigators, his death wasn t an accident On Monday, he died But on Tuesday, he d planned to post juicy reveals about all four of his high profile classmates, which makes all four of them suspects in his murder Or are they the perfect patsies for a killer who s still on the loose Everyone has secrets, right What really matters is how far you would go to protect them.

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    1. What a marvelous, delectable read! There was something so addictive about this book; it felt at times distinctly young adult while also having moments that felt so well done it was beyond the stereotype of what a teenage thriller tends to be. It’s taken me 4 days just to collect my thoughts to the point that I can attempt writing a proper review, and I’m certain this will be one of the most talked about books in the YA genre this Spring/Summer season. My issues with this book were minor, and [...]

    2. Hi hello I’m coming at you live from the bog of eternal satisfaction on this warm wednesday night in July because THIS BOOK.I finished this book with the biggest cheesiest grin on my face, I don’t even know what plane of existence that was but there were a lot of corny feelings involved (any planets I can blame that on??). It’s like I was floating on a cloud or something. I was overwhelmed with so many emotions for no reason and I guess my cotton candy heart just went off!!! I wish at leas [...]

    3. I'd give this 4.5 stars.If One of Us Is Lying was a television series, I would binge-watch it wholeheartedly. It's been a while since I've gotten so into a book I've devoured the majority of it in one sitting when I haven't been on a plane. This hooked me completely, and I'm surprised how much I liked it.Five students have detention one afternoon. There's Cooper, the golden boy and star baseball player trying to decide between college and the major leagues; Bronwyn, the class valedictorian who p [...]

    4. More addicting than lays potato chips! Well, I can't remember the last time I've eaten lays potato chips. Do they still make them? My 5 stars are for pure page-turning enjoyment. I LOVED "The Breakfast Club" ---(my kids watched it a half dozen times too) ---and this was The Breakfast Club on steroids! Moral of the story: All kids lie! haha!

    5. Content warning: Harmful representation of sexuality and mental illness.This book was such a disappointment because I was REALLY enjoying it up until the last 3rd or so. I seriously thought this would be a 4 or 5 star read. However, upon finishing, I strongly believe that this book should not have been published as is. It's ignorant and damaging.Aside from the parts that I found harmful, the writing was very trope heavy and relied on too many stereotypes for character development. I didn't think [...]

    6. I'm going to go ahead and leave this at a 4 star. I wasn't sure between 3 and 4 because it's one of those books that was driving me crazier than I am. I couldn't put the book down and wanted to smack everyone in the book! Major players:Simon BroneynNate CooperAddyThey all go to detention and one dies. Why? There are lies and evilness all around! Stupidity and sadness.

    7. 4 to 4.5 StarsEvery time I walk into the living room my wife is watching Pretty Little Liars or Revenge or Riverdale or Veronica Mars or . . . well, you get the idea. Sometimes I watch a bit with her. As I started this book I immediately thought “this book will be perfect for her – it’s the same type of thing”!So, if you like those shows, books like those shows, books those shows are based on, etc then this is the book for you. While not the most complex mystery I have read, it is quite [...]

    8. I’m always so hesitant with thrillers bc they’re always a hit or miss for me buT DAMN THIS WAS SO GOODThings that this Book will Bless your Life with- Friendship- A precious boy who deserves the world- Writing so addictive you’re willing to let your tea go cold for it- CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT- A SHIP THAT WILL SMACK YOU IN THE FEELS OH MY GOD IM STILL NOT OVER IT- A mystery that will have you punching pillows to solve- 4 kids with different personalities, backgrounds that will FOR SURE have [...]

    9. loooved the characterization, the story was entertaining and the ending was sweet-ishrtc---BR WITH THESE PRECIOUS JEWELS:Sweets&Cute Amy &Dotty& Chai latte & Prag

    10. Is this what AKLDSBSAJL;FRSFWHATTHEFUCKJUSTHAPPENED??? feels like? Because I think I just experienced that shit, dude. My heart is literally beating so fast from this thrill and mystery and feels fulfilled with something heavy called satisfaction. I haven't been so content and had screamy feels over a thriller since Dangerous Girls, which was 213324 decades ago. Tbh, it's so hard to find a thriller that literally has you on the edge of your seat, biting your nails, screaming at and suspecting ev [...]

    11. Find all of my reviews at: 52bookminimum/“Some people are too toxic to live. They just are.”Welcome to detention, where a princess, a jock, a brain, a criminal and . . . a gossip???? Wait, that’s not historically accurate . . . . .Have all earned a spot for violating one of the most serious rules of high school: NO PHONES IN CLASS. They’ve done the crime, now they have to do the time as well as write a 500 word essay about how technology is ruining American high schools. If they fail to [...]

    12. It sounds like the Breakfast Club with five teenagers, all from different groups, stuck together in detention. Yet things are off from the start, all of the kids claim that the cellphones that landed them there didn't belong to them. When one of them suddenly collapses from an anaphylactic attack, things get even stranger. Now Simon, the boy who had that anaphylactic attack, is dead and everyone in the room is a suspect when the tox screen comes back and it becomes clear that someone purposefull [...]

    13. first thing first this book was very nearly un-put-downable, i just needed to know what was happening page after page, i managed to make it last a few sittings; which nearly killed me because i hate waiting to find out things and i just needed to know!!!ohooh, just gonna point out the most infuriating thing in this whole book is the cops, they are so bloody useless whether this was on purpose or not i just found them very stupide rest of the characters i loved, nate + addy hands down being my fa [...]

    14. This is an adequate mystery YA novel. The writing is engaging and accessible. The story itself is narrated by the four main characters—Bronwyn, Addy, Nate and Cooper—, thus keeping things moving at a fast pace. I was very curious about this book. How can one not be, when hearing the premise? Five students walk into the detention room and only four come out? I love these kinds of stories—like And Then There Were None—in which everyone is a suspect and no one is to be trusted. But I was di [...]

    15. 5 Stars!“Unless one of us is lying. Which is always a possibility.”Oh me oh my, this book was not what I expected at all.I hadn't looked into the plot too much so I was going in half blind in a way.I was thinking this would be The Breakfast Club 2.0. But I was wrong.I thought this was going to be yet another YA Contemporary novel with predictable plots.But I was wrong.This book was so gripping and I flew through the pages like it was no tomorrow.From start to finish I was on the edge of my s [...]

    16. This book should be called All of Us Are Liars.One of Us Is Lying was fasted paced, fun, and very addictive. Once I picked this book up I could not put it down. It also served as a pallet cleanser after The Handmaid's Tale. I needed something fun and lighter in tone(yes I know its about the murder of a teenager). At about 100 pages in I developed a theory about who was behind the crime and it turns out I was right. All my years of watching SVU, Criminal Minds, and 48 Hours have not been in vain. [...]

    17. I loooooved and devoured this book!Once I started this book it was very hard to put down. Five high school students end up in detention one day, one of them does not make it out alive and we are left with the questions about what happened, who did it and why. The plot is told from the different points of views of each of the four students that survived detention and the journey and unraveling of this mystery was awesome. It was fun, cute, suspenseful and overall great!

    18. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Thank you to the author, Karen M. McManus, and the publisher, Delacorte Press, for this opportunity.After a typical day in a typical American high school, five teenagers enter detention but only four make it out alive. Simon, notorious due to his gossip-style blog that revealed all the dark and dirty secrets his fellow students never thought would see the light of day, had made many enemies. But which one would want to see him dead [...]

    19. Spoiler-free review! I feel like one of maybe four people in the world who just really did not enjoy this book? I've been putting off this review for weeks because I just don't know where to start. I have so many friends who raved about this book to me, so I was so disappointed by it. These are only my opinions, and I would never dream of disrespecting anyone who disagrees with my review, so please show the same courtesy and don't hate me for what I'm about to say. ❤→ what i liked ←This is [...]

    20. "Everybody's got secrets," he says. "Right?"This book was a pleasant surprise! It was refreshing and a change from the usual young-adult contemporary. Bronwyn, Nate, Cooper, and Addy are suspects for murdering the school's gossiper, Simon. When the 5 of them were in detention, the last thing they expect is for Simon to drop dead Unless one of them planned the whole thing. The story is told from their POVs. The nerd, the bad boy, the jock, and the princess are the most common high school stereoty [...]

    21. So this was definitely addictive, but also kind of disappointing? Look I know the point is that it was about 4 cliche teens and then the secrets they hid, which all eventually got outed, and like I appreciate that. Buuuuut it still felt really cliche. And I have a huge problem when plot twists have to do with mental health and sexuality. Maybe it's just me? I don't think those should be plot twists ok. I'm done with that trope.(view spoiler)[Like making Cooper's big reveal be "omigod he's GAY" j [...]

    22. This book is a symphony of high school cliches, and I'm almost embarrassed at how much I enjoyed it. All the tropes I normally hate are represented: the misunderstood bad boy, the not-so-good good girl, the popular girl ready to break out of her clique, and the jock with secrets. They come together in a murder mystery when Simon, the school gossip who ruins his classmates lives by airing their dirty laundry on his app, is murdered during detention. The four other students in detention with him b [...]

    23. I want more books like this one ! I need more books like this one !This is typically the type of books you want to finish in one sitting, and when you're not able to . that's the worst.I'm a huge fan of The Breakfast Club, like it's probably one of my all time favourite movies, so when I heard this book had things in common with it, I knew I needed to read it asap.So yes, okay, it's nothing like The Breakfast Club, except for the '5 teenagers are in detention together' and that's it. But it does [...]

    24. 4.5 starsI KNEW IT I FUCKING KNEW IT I FEEL LIKE SHERLOCK HOLMES I FIGURED IT OUT _AH FINALLY AN ANTICIPATED BOOK THAT I ACTUALLY ENJOYEDyou have no idea how glad I am, that I liked this I'm not that big on crime mysteries. I do enjoy the occasional one and of course The Millennium Trilogy will always be one of my all-time favorites. But mostly, it's just really hard to capture my interest and to hit my expectations. So when I heard about One of Us Is Lying, I was skeptical. But people seemed to [...]

    25. Another pretty much one sitting read for me and an EASY 5*I loved this - clever, often tense, addictive to the ninth degree and with as many twists as a plethora of pretzels - except the twists don't always come within the mystery but just as often within the characters.So this is The Breakfast Club if The Breakfast Club was a murder mystery. That is the best way I can describe it (and for those of an age to appreciate the true genius of The Breakfast Club the highest compliment I can give it) 5 [...]

    26. Like what you see?More of my reviews can be found atthecuriousadventuresofkat.wordpre Oh what a tangled web we weave.When first we practice to deceive. And oh, what a tangled web we have here. But first, I gotta say Karen McManus’ One of Us Is Lying legit gave me so many Pretty Little Liars feels it’s ridiculous.I mean, just look at the title alone. Anyone else find themselves singing the Pretty Little Liars theme song whenever you glanced at the cover? Just me? “One of us is lying and one [...]

    27. Recently, I started watching How to Get Away with Murder. Because I am totally untrendy and if by some trick of nature I am somehow participating in something that people at large appreciate, I must do so four years too late in order to keep the world running and not break fundamental laws of world operation, probably.It’s a very entertaining show! Twisty and turny. Very dark. I’ve gasped a few times. Viola Davis is a national treasure.That show is a lot better than this book.It, like this b [...]

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