Strange Lies (Strange Truth, #2)
Only at Winship Academy would an evening science expo turn into a criminal fiasco. First, there’s the anonymous boy in the girls’ bathroom handing out drugs to anyone with the secret password. Then the student body president is maimed in a horrifying and tragic accident—but was it an accident or an attack?Benny Flax and Virginia Leeds are right at the center of it all. And so is the headmaster’s son, Calvin Harker, an oddball poet whose interest in Virginia sets off alarm bells for Benny. As the case bleeds from Winship Academy to the surrounding city, the deep fault lines of racial tension in Atlanta’s history reveal explosive hatred still simmering under the city’s surface.

Strange Lies (Strange Truth, #2) Details

TitleStrange Lies (Strange Truth, #2)
Author
FormatHardcover
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseOct 3rd, 2017
PublisherSimon Pulse
ISBN1481462032
ISBN-139781481462037
Number of pages352 pages
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Strange Lies (Strange Truth, #2) Review

  • Peg
    May 9, 2017
    I loved Strange Lies (got a preview copy) and pretty much read it straight through. I feel like I am getting to know the characters from We Know It Was You better and I am finding them quite interesting. The plot is clever (really enjoyed the science fair and Opposite Day) and not as turn-offish as We Know, but there is still enough blood to keep the goths happy. I went to a school in the South like Winship so I know these people and they are grounded in reality but take off in weird ways that m I loved Strange Lies (got a preview copy) and pretty much read it straight through. I feel like I am getting to know the characters from We Know It Was You better and I am finding them quite interesting. The plot is clever (really enjoyed the science fair and Opposite Day) and not as turn-offish as We Know, but there is still enough blood to keep the goths happy. I went to a school in the South like Winship so I know these people and they are grounded in reality but take off in weird ways that make for a highly entertaining read. The writing is flawless, very funny, and leaves you wanting more. The ending leaves some unanswered questions but since this is a series, I did not take offense at that and, instead, look forward to Book 3!
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