REVIEW: EVERY SINGLE LIE BY RACHEL VINCENT

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

What it is about
Beckett broke up with her boyfriend and walked into the girl’s locker room to find a dead baby in a bag pack. Soon she realises that there are gossip around the town that the baby is Beckett’s and no matter how much she denies it, no one believes her. Her mother, a detective, is the lead on the case. 

POV- first person from Beckett

Happy ending- yes 

Funny parts- some 

Sad parts- yes

Scary level- 1/5

Gore- 0/5

Trigger warning- death of a loved one, drug abuse, grief, rumours, hate comments, miscarriage, bullying 

Realistic scale- 1/5

Pick this up if
You want a fun YA thriller. You like red herrings. You like interesting family dynamics. You want something dark and drama filled. You like small town vibes. 

Don’t pick this up if
You don’t like it when characters do dumb things. You are expecting a dark, gritty read. 

Pages- 336

Audiobook- 9h 2m
Narrators- Lauren Ezzo

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I also had Audible Escape but it got cancelled 😦
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