The Lying Game #3 Øjne der Ser
Title: Two Truths and a Lie
Series: The Lying Game #3
Author: Sara Shepard
Published in English: 2012
Dansk titel: Øjne der ser
Dansk Udgivelsesår: 2012
Finished Reading: May 2019
Genre: YA & Mystery
This is my personal review without spoilers of the actual plot.
Sutton Mercer watches from the afterlife as her long-lost twin, Emma Paxton, takes over her identity to solve her murder. But after ruling out her early leads, Emma still hasn’t found Sutton’s killer. A lot of people wanted her dead—but one name keeps popping up: Thayer Vega. When the gorgeous and mysterious Thayer returns to town, Emma has to move fast to figure out whether he’s back for revenge…or if he already got it.
Another awesome installment. Again, we explore the possibility of a killer but end up just as confused as in the first book about whom is the killer. At this point, you can trust nobody; because they all seem capable of murder whether it’s accidental or down right planned. Shepard has kept the same place and suspense as she did in the second book and it’s cool. No wonder this series has become popular.
The fourth book is the last one that’s been translated and I may have to order the fifth and sixth in English, because I’m dying to know how it ends, since the series that was cancelled, didn’t have a satisfying ending.
The story unfolds and we get to see more glimpses of Sutton’s death and I hope the next book will cover all my unanswered questions and the fifth and sixth book serve as a prequel or something. This is by far my favorite of the series so far, but I feel like there’s something completely off with Ethan, but I expect that Shepard made it seem that way to throw us off our game of figuring out, whom the real killer is. Does anyone else think that Sutton’s dad is suspicious? I did. I finally got used to the fact that Sutton isn’t there switching place with Emma as she did in the show.
If you liked Pretty Little Liars I’d recommend reading this series as well, since they are very similar. Cool characters and lots of drama – perfectly light read that is super easy.