Sometimes I Lie (Feeney) - Book Reviews

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Alice Feeney’s twisty psychological thriller, Sometimes I Lie, her debut novel, slides neatly into the company of Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl and Paula Hawkins’s The Girl on the Train. With its various plot twists, it’s a dizzying, disturbing read that becomes hard to put down once Amber tells us, "I’m back now and I remember everything." 
Minneapolis Star Tribune

A spine-tingling psychological thriller…the joy (and the stress) of this thriller is separating fact from fiction. The creepy feeling at the back of your neck is 100 percent real.

If you’re looking for a Gone Girl-esque fix, then this is the book for you.

[An] insanely twisty thriller.
Entertainment Weekly

Almost nothing is as it initially appears in BBC News veteran Feeney’s bold if overambitious debut, a serpentine tale of betrayal, madness, and murder.… Feeney is definitely a writer to watch.
Publishers Weekly

A pathological liar, a woman in a coma,…an evil sister—this is an unreliable-narrator novel with all the options.…Though the novel eventually begins to sag under the weight of all its plot elements, fans of the psychological thriller will enjoy this ambitious debut.
Kirkus Reviews

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