E–pub Little White Lies


  • Paperback
  • 460
  • Little White Lies
  • Erin Lawless
  • English
  • 27 November 2019
  • 9781482572889

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    E–pub Little White Lies review Little White Lies This is my debut novel and in the interests of fairness I won't be giving it a star rating Find out about the book here on my website including full character biographies and deleted scenes

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    E–pub Little White Lies Erin Lawless ã 7 Download New favourite author alert Received in exchange for an honest reviewThank you Harper ImpulseOhhhhh this book I have SO MANY

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    E–pub Little White Lies WOW What a wonderful debut I truly loved this story It was told as seen through the eyes of these 7 individuals At first I thought it

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    E–pub Little White Lies LOVED this book Could not put it down and when I did I kept thinking about it So much than chick lit About friendship and when it crosses the line to romance Jealousy bitterness fears regret It had it all Highly recommend

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    review Little White Lies Erin Lawless ã 7 Download Free download ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ã Erin Lawless 2 Stars for Adam and Nicky ;'Little white lies''The Best thing I never had' revolves around seven friends from the year 2006 to 2012although there were some scenes from 2005 as wellThe book is written in third person and we get to read from all the seven character's perspective but most of the book is concentrated on Harriet's perspectiveThe book started off in present day 2012 and then jumped to and fro from 2006 to 2012 with changing pe

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    E–pub Little White Lies Erin Lawless ã 7 Download review Little White Lies From the first few pages I was drawn into the world of this book There's a brief prologue then the reader is swept back in

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    E–pub Little White Lies Erin Lawless ã 7 Download I have read that this book would be great for fans of Mhairi McFarlane or David Nicholls As I hadn't read the last and couldn't finish

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    E–pub Little White Lies Read reviews at What Danielle Did Next This is meant as the highest of compliments when I say thisTHIS BOOK DROVE ME INSANE Oh my gawd the emotions the angst the irritation It was freaking awesome I love a book that has such fab character deve

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    E–pub Little White Lies Free download ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ã Erin Lawless This book really resonated with me and kept me interested throughout the whole novel The story is about university life in the London suburbs and the intertwining lives of 7 friends Since there are so many characters in the

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Little White Lies

Little White Lies Read & Download Ò 7 SityWith a playful but firm grasp of the zeitgeist Little White Lies moves back and forth between 2007 and 2012 and seven characters to build up a rich and compelling story in turns funny and sad but always honest about friendship in all its forms and the practicality of second chancesThis novel is a New Adult British contemporary novel recommended for readers aged 17 due to language and mature situation. From the first few pages I was drawn into the world of this book There s a brief prologue then the reader is swept back into the past The highly charged and uber emotional culture of fledgling adults with one foot in the door of adulthood was compelling to me The Best Thing I Never Had features a gang of friends at university tightly knit as a group but struggling to find individual identities Most of the characters rely heavily on the safety of the home base and face highly ambivalent feelings as they push out of the comfort zone of the group s approval This set up allows the author to draw the players well As in a comedy of manners they are bound by their culture but have their own motivations Before I comment on the plot let me say that I was initially wary as multiple characters were introduced I ve recently had the experience of finishing a few books after which I couldn t delineate one character from another or remember their names or characteristics Not so with this book which to me is a triumph on the part of a debut author I can recall physical traits flaws and backgrounds about the guys who room together in the boys house and the girls who room together in the girls house down to what they drink and what they study As a woman who lived through this phase of life I found the friendships of the girls women really but barely the most poignant The central focus of all the emotion is the bond between Harriet and Leigha best friends with wildly different styles who compete for the same guy Each wants what she wants each wants to retain the love of the other and each is resolute in the feeling that she is right and morally justified in her actions and judgements This makes for rich story fodder as the surrounding characters align and take sides and hold the two accountable from the up close sidelines This is no simplistic YA or Chick Lit book I even hesitate to categorize it as Women s Fiction or Romance It s just fiction and good fiction at thatSurrounding Harriet and Leigha are Nicky and Miles They are the adult couple Miles is slightly older than the rest and has his eye on the prize of earning a PhD and having a real job Nicky his girlfriend is a peacemaker She doesn t like to rock the boat or see it rocked Johnny is a simple sweet lovestruck lad who falls for Leigha s practiced charm While I wanted to shake him and tell him to move on I also pitied him One s late teens and early twenties are a time for foolish love and advising someone that he or she could do better is a useless pursuit He finds his feet but after considerable heartache Next up Sukie She s sharp and no nonsense with a strong tie to her family She faces her own troubles but I blame her because her alliance with one of the key girls heightens the tension and bad feelings in the group She seems grounded but she goes for the drama like many young women of this age do without realizing the impact of their words and actions Adam is the object of the main girls attention He softens as the story progresses and I remember the appeal of that type of casual and confident young man Still he is as laddish as they come and doesn t think through the conseuences of his choices Reading the first section of this book was like living it and I felt all of the push and pull right along with the characters I experienced all of it with a kind of dread Like the young inexperienced characters I didn t know if things would work out of if anyone would find relief freedom and happiness Again well done on the part of the author It was anything but simplistic The story jumps forward to the present day what one could call the 3rd section and the reader has the benefit of hindsight The parts surrounding the wedding and watching the characters reestablish their relationships was rewarding I liked seeing their growth and looking through their eyes once they d had the benefit of some life experience As with any good novel I m left wondering what the characters are up to now I think this book is part of a juicy new movement in the ghetto that used to be called various names such as Women s Fiction Chick Lit Romance etc This book like so many others I ve enjoyed is just a good book with its finger on the pulse of realistic fiction that appeals to women who are the biggest purchasers of books but could be read and enjoyed by men This book is worth your time Period

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Little White Lies Read & Download Ò 7 THIS BOOK IS NOW UNAVAILABLE PLEASE REFER TO THE HARPER IMPULSE RE RELEASE THE BEST THING I NEVER HADBeware false friends and the smiles of certain boys Miles and Nicky are getting marriedUnfortunately their wedding party is a tangle of ex housemates ex friends and ex lovers Leigha Sukie and Harriet used to be the best of friendsUnfortunately there are some things you just can’t forgive Johnny thought. My fifth book of my holiday readsThis a book mainly based on the main character and her friends whilst at uni It s very much a story of friendships and relationships I have to admit none of the female characters really grabbed me I found them ok but at times they grated on me I really liked Adam and to be honest if anything it s the males in the book that get the harder side of the brush which was a change but as a female I m not to sure I like the tables being turned Whilst not blowing me away this is still a decent read that grows on you the further into it you get

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Little White Lies Read & Download Ò 7 That Leigha was the love of his lifeUnfortunately he still thinks that; even unfortunately she never loved him at all Adam and Harriet might have been something onceUnfortunately now Adam isn’t even sure if he’s going to be able to look her in the face So this wedding isn’t just a wedding it’s a reunionCan anything be salvaged from the past And what really happened between them all back at univer. LOVED this book Could not put it down and when I did I kept thinking about it So much than chick lit About friendship and when it crosses the line to romance Jealousy bitterness fears regret It had it all Highly recommend