We Told Six Lies by Victoria ScottWe Told Six Lies by Victoria Scott

We Told Six Lies

byVictoria Scott

Hardcover | February 5, 2019

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Remember how many lies we told, Molly? It's enough to make my head spin. You were wild when I met you, and I was mad for you. But then something happened. And now you're gone.

But don't worry. I'll find you. I just need to sift through the story of us to get to where you might be. I've got places to look, and a list of names.

The police have a list of names, too. See now? There's another lie. There is only one person they're really looking at, Molly.

And that's yours truly.

Victoria Scott is the author of eight novels including Titans, Fire & Flood, the Dante Walker trilogy, and Violet Grenade. She is published by Scholastic and Entangled Teen.Victoria's novel Titans received two starred reviews, and Fire & Flood was selected as a 2017 Spirit of Texas Reading Program book. Victoria's novels have been boug...
Title:We Told Six LiesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:352 pages, 8.25 × 5.38 × 0.98 inPublished:February 5, 2019Publisher:Entangled Publishing, LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1640634223

ISBN - 13:9781640634220


Rated 2 out of 5 by from Pretty good mystery but a cringe-worthy romance I have mixed feelings about this one. The basic mystery was fairly interesting and I wanted to keep reading to find out what had happened to Molly and who was responsible. I love an unreliable narrator and in this case there were two, Molly and Cobain, both equally prone to lying and in Cobain’s case, misremembering. Unfortunately these characters were very unlikable. It seemed like they were both quite mentally ill and, especially in the case of Cobain, should have been in treatment of some kind. This romance felt wrong from the beginning with two sociopaths manipulating each other. This sounds much more interesting than it actually was. The relationship involved a lot of overly angsty, pseudo-poetic melodrama. Maybe as a teen I would have found this romantic but as an adult the whole thing just felt creepy, unhealthy and tedious. I'm not sure if the author intended the romance to be to be weird and disturbing or if she intended it to be passionate and swoony. It's is definitely the former. I realize this book is YA so maybe it will sit better with its target audience than it did with me. Thank you to Entangled: Teen Publishing for providing an Electronic Advance Reader Copy via NetGalley for review.
Date published: 2019-01-20