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Book Review: The Lying Game #2: Never Have I Ever

In Never Have I Ever, Book 2 in The Lying Game series by Sara Shepard, Emma continues her search for her twin sister’s murderer. Kidzworld has the book review.

Acting the Part

After her long-lost twin sister Sutton was murdered, Emma has been living a lie. Jumping into the role of Sutton is not easy, especially since their personalities are as different as night and day. The only person she can confide in about her true identity is Ethan, a cute loner from school.

Prime Suspects

Sutton’s murderer has sent Emma threatening messages, forcing Emma to keep playing the part and stop digging for clues. But Emma can’t help it. She suspects Lili and Gabby, aka The Twitter Twins, may have had something to do with the murder. Before Sutton died, she played a Lying Game prank on the girls that left Gabby in a seizure. Could they be trying to get their revenge?

M.I.A

Meanwhile, Madealine’s brother Thayer is still missing. Could Sutton have had anything to do with his disappearance?

The Bottom Line

The Lying Game #2: Never Have I Ever is a great mystery book for teens. Sara Shepard’s first series, Pretty Little Liars, was a huge success. It even spawned a TV show. The Lying Game is just as good, with intense moments and frightening twists that will keep you guessing until the end. Definitely check out this series!

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Which Sara Shepard series is your favorite: Pretty Little Liars or The Lying Game? Tell us in our comment section below!

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