Anyway, if you want to follow my progress there, I'm shauniedarko.
My review of LIAR. I'm going to keep this spoiler free, which means it might be a bit thin, but worth it. LIAR was the kind of book that made me proud to be a writer, and also made me feel like a hack. Really, I thought it was that good.
Okay, so it's the story of a pathological liar named Micah and the death of a boy in her class that she may or may not have been secretly dating. That's all I'm telling you about the plot.
I loved this book because it made me examine every word. The major twist in the book was more than a shock and while some people found it annoying, I thought it was s stroke of brilliance. On top of that, Justine Larbalestier's writing and structure are top-notch. The best books, in my opinion, are the ones I can lose myself in, and I devoured this one in an afternoon.
I wish I could go into greater depth but I think part of the value of this book is discovering it for yourself. That said, I recommend this book as one of the best I've read this year. Go buy it!