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Beautiful Lies

Read & Download Beautiful Lies Beautiful Lies Free download é 106 Me signs of distress So when one twin mysteriously disappears the other immediately knows something is wrong especially when she starts experiencing serious physical traumas despite the fact that nobody has touched her As the search commences to find her sister the twin left behind must rely on their intense bond to. 45 starsThis is an original mystery that completely satiated my fascination with identical twins monochorionic monoamniotic twins to be exact and let me tell you the way these types of twins are connected will freak you out So when Rachel s twin sister goes missing she instantly knows something s very wrong and her sister is in serious danger There were some splendidly described WTF creepy moments and some gasp worthy twists that shock youleave you a bit confused in a good way if that makes sense I loved the backstories of both twins when they were children I was so engrossed to read about how they had to move forward with their lives as orphans The ending was suspenseful and gripping with a final line that made me think wow how is it possible that twins could be connected like THAT

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Read & Download Beautiful Lies Beautiful Lies Free download é 106 Rachel and Alice are an extremely rare kind of identical twins so identical that even their aunt and uncle whom they've lived with since their parents passed away can't tell them apart But the sisters are connected in a way that goes well beyond their surfaces when one experiences pain the other exhibits the exact sa. Definitely an odd story One that will keep you on edge and defintiely thinking what the heck is happening here along the way

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Read & Download Beautiful Lies Beautiful Lies Free download é 106 Uncover the truth But is there anyone around her she can trust when everyone could be a suspect And ultimately can she even trust herselfMaster storyteller Jessica Warman will keep readers guessing when everything they see and everything they are told suddenly becomes unreliable in this page turning literary thriller. Read This Review More Like It On My Blog375 out of 5 Beautiful Lies is one of those mysteries with a great premise twins a special bond an abduction and an unreliable narrator to spin the whole tale making both the readers and the characters unsure of what exactly is going on Certain segments in this novel were executed in a deliciously creeeeepy and uncertain manner and while other areas lacked that atmosphere and level of execution overall this is a pretty good read and a well written mystery There are several twists surprises that I did not see coming a fact that is all to rare when I venture into the YA mysterythriller genre and is greatly appreciated when it does manage to happen I was occasionally confused by the shifts changes in the direction of the story but the author always managed to reel me right back in Jessica Warman impressed me for the majority of this longish novel and I will be on the lookout for her other booksThis is far of a character driven novel though the plot holds its own for the most part Thankfully for a less than actiontastic novel the characters of Beautiful Lies are usually the best part of it specifically the two protagonists of Rachel and Alice For a novel that stalls in momentum occasionally these two characters often pick up the slack and keep the reader engaged and curious about their uncertain fate I wouldn t say I was completely invested in these characters the way I am with other protagonists like Sophie uinn from If I Lie etc but they are dynamic and interesting in their connection and possible mental issues Rachel and Alice s uniuepsychic affinity for one another their rare condition monochorionic monoamniotic twins help to add up to create two very similar but different and dynamic characters as well as an original storyline Identity and the self are two very big themes within Beautiful Lies and the author explores these ideas with her two almost codependent main characters As Warman repeatedly shows through the changing nature of the twins relationship Rachel and Alice learn that you can be extremely close to someone else and still not really know them completely I had a few issues with the pacing in the novel most notably as the mystery wore on and red herrings kept popping up This clocks in at about 420 pages in the final edition and while the majority of the narrative kept the tension high and the atmosphere on point several sections lacked the pull of others A little editingexcising would do well to make the entire novel as riveting as the first two seventy five and the last fifty pages are The whole sidestory of the cats Felt especially random and ill suited for the rest of the novel Though the final antagonist became clearer to me the I read I really appreciated how much work the author put into occluding who was behind Rachel s disappearance and Alice s phantom injuries The twins identity switcheroo the MacGuffin of the 10000 the unreliable narrator the new uncovered secrets and deceptions all were deftly handled to make the mystery harder to solve Far too many novels telegraph twists and the big bad too early on and this is NOT one of them I may have figured it all out before the big reveal and Alice herself but it wasn t until the late 300 s that I did My last note is on the ending for such a longwinded and twisty novel I found the end to be rushed and slightly anticlimactic The antagonist gives himself away uite easily to Alice and I was pretty surpised the author gave it up that uickly in the final pages The clues add up and are figured out so slowly and then it seems like the book enters a headlong rush just to get to the end With so much time and prose spent executing the set up and rising action the lack of real resolution and that with than a few unanswered loose ends like how is it that Rachel survived Why didn t the killer just off the cop so he d have time with the twins and to getaway felt like a misstep to me Like I said earlier this wasn t a perfect read and outside of the pacing issues those dangling uestions are a large majority of the reason why I can t rate this higher than a 3755I really liked Beautiful Lies though it wasn t a perfect read for me The author impressed me with her skill her storytelling the mystery and her ability to craft well rounded characters If you re looking for a well done character driven mystery with a genuine air of creepiness look no further than here I am becoming a large fan of the unreliable narrator for novels as long as it is handled as easily and smartly as it is here I have to note that the cover is absolutely perfect like the cover of What s Left of Me the hint of a second person in the negative space fits in with the novel and with the twins life of mobile identity