REVIEW: LAST TIME I LIED BY RILEY SAGER

Rating: 5 out of 5.

What it is about
Emma goes to a camp and she starts hanging out with three older girls but one night three of them disappeared and never found again. It’s now years later and she was invited back to the camp to be a counsellor and she wants to find out what happened to the girls.

POV- first person, dual timeline + second person for a few key chapters 

Happy ending- yes 

Funny parts- no

Sad parts- yes

Trigger warning- mental illness, death, murder, attack

Realistic scale- 1/5

Pick this up if
You want a chilling, mystery book. You like the trope when the main character goes back to figure stuff out. You like a compelling mystery. You like dual timelines. You want a thriller which is not gory. 

Don’t pick this up if
You hate it when all the questions aren’t answered at the end. You hate it when male writers write from a woman’s perspective. You hate slow books. 

Pages- 384

Audiobook- 11h 22m
Narrators- Stephanie Cannon

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I also had Audible Escape but it got cancelled 😦
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