One More Lie Doc ä 371 pages

Doc One More Lie

One More Lie Doc ä 371 pages ´ ❰Reading❯ ➸ One More Lie Author Amy Lloyd – How do you live with yourself as an adult when you were convicted of murder as a child? And when you can't remember the crime HOW DO YOU KNOW YOU'RE GUILTY? Charlotte wants a fresh start She wants to How do you live with yourL do really well I found it gripping intriguing sinister and it really had me hooked from the first page I will definitely be recommending it to everyone' KAREN HAMILTON author of THE PERFECT GIRLFRIEND'I read it in a day Superb I’ll be thinking of this for ages to come An absolute masterclass in suspenseful storytelling' JO SPAIN author of THE CONFESSION‘A chilling tragic story that feels like you’re reading behind the scenes in a real criminal case’ ARAMINTA HALL author of OUR KIND OF CRUELTY One More Lie by Amy Lloyd had me staying up way past my bedtime reading I was sucked into the story from the very beginning and curious to see how it was going to play out I read and really enjoyed Amy's first book so I was keen to get hold of this one too The subject isn't an easy one to read about but it was handled really well by the author With a main character who is suffering memory loss it is hard to know what the truth isCharlotte is finally free from prison As a child she was convicted of murder along with her best friend Sean Now she has a new name and a fresh start to life Complete with ankle monitor she really doesn't know what to do with herself apart from go to therapy and her therapist is her only friend But this time Sean is also out and he has found her Will she be able to stay focused and on the right path or will he drag her back down with himCharlotte has no memory of the night in uestion She lost her parents at a very young age and had a tough start to life This is her chance to start again but she doesn't know how to She is very childlike for an adult and does not know if she is guilty or not Makes for a very interesting readThanks to Random House UK Cornerstone Century and NetGalley for my advanced copy of this book to read All opinions are my own and are in no way biased

Amy Lloyd ↠ One More Lie Mobi

How do you live with yourself as an adult when you were convicted of murder as a child? And when you can't remember the crime HOW DO YOU KNOW YOU'RE GUILTY? Charlotte wants a fresh start She wants to forget her past forget her crime – and most of all forget that one terrible moment It’s the reason she’s been given a new name a new life The reason she spent years in prisonBut even on the outside with an ankle monitor and court mandated therapy she can’t escape the devastating memory of the night 45 StarsOne More Lie is a fast paced suspenseful engaging and chilling read From the very first pages I was hooked wanting to know about the tangle of lies that lead to one lie The premise of this story is disturbing and chilling here with the thought and reality of children so young committing crimes I was fascinated by the unhealthy and toxic relationships here between the characters at a young age and the impact it had on them after a crime was committed Amy Lloyd did push that uncomfortable feeling however I never felt that this story was going to go in the direction of anything than just an entertaining thriller The tension and suspense increased with each chapter as we become tangled in the web of deceit and lies and I was turning the pages as fast as I could to find out the truth The truth in end left me completely satisfied with the way it all came togetherI received my copy from the publisher on NetGalleyhttpstwosisterslostinacouleecom

Reader ☆ One More Lie ↠ Amy Lloyd

One More LieThat turned her and her only friend into national hate figuresBut now her friend has found her And despite the lies she tells to survive she soon finds herself being dragged deeper and deeper into a past she cannot confrontEven if it’s going to cost Charlotte her life‘Written with experience and style a thriller a chilling one an' all’ANNIE CLARKE FROST MAGAZINE'I'm a huge fan of Amy's writing and I read One More Lie pretty much overnight This is another incredible book from Amy which I know wil A disturbing and unsettling book which got me thinking about nature vs nurture Charlotte is fresh out of prison trying to start a new life but despite having a job a place to live and an electronic tag she soon finds herself making bad decisions which could end up with her back in prison Sean has been out a while but isn't living his best life What happened when Charlotte was 10? Will she remember? Which one of them is the bad guy?This was an uncomfortable read for me as it dealt with two characters who were convicted of murder when they were young children It gave me flashbacks from the Jamie Bulger case and made me feel anxious I was only a little older than they were and my sister the same age when that happened and it has haunted me ever since I have often asked myself are children who kill other children born evil or does their life experience shape them? Should children convicted of murder be given a second chance?The story is told from both Sean and Charlotte's POV and flashes back and forth in time Both characters were both extremely unlikeable but they definitely both left an impression on me Sean had a sad upbringing and people expected him to end up in prison Since he's been released he has not been living a life free from crime Charlotte who tells of the story than Sean seemed frozen in time from when she was arrested Childlike lonely and anxious she had a huge lack of social skills and had also blocked out any memory of the crime Even though Charlotte had a very sad childhood I found it hard to empathise with her She made bad decision after bad decision as both a child and an adult and it was very frustrating She was also a little odd other children didn't like her when she was young and I think that's very tellingParts of the book were uite slow and it wasn't really that shocking or twisty for a psychological thriller but it did build up tension well and I felt fearful as I could sense it wasn't going to end well I could see where the plot was going and it made me feel uite stressed outTo sum up this book dealt with an uncomfortable topic and I cant really say that I enjoyed reading it But it was thought provoking and the end was uite chilling