We Were Liars by E. Lockhart

Mixed Media

Cadence has no memory of the accident she had when she was 15. Two years later, wracked by migraines and loneliness, she returns to Beechwood, the private island owned by her materialistic New England family. It’s also the site of the events that led to her memory loss. What happens next will keep you reading into the night, pulling you through quiet levels of revelation until the final page. Part fairy tale and part mystery, We Were Liars, which contains strong language, is for older readers as well as adolescents. Teens and older. (Delacorte Press)

About the Author

Kathryn Hoffman is getting greener every day, and she is a member of Neland Ave CRC in Grand Rapids, Mich.
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