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Book Review – A Lie For A Lie by Julie Corbin #BookReview #BookBlogger #suspense

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This was so exciting, a case of he said, she said. A student, Victoria, accused nurse Anna of hitting her. Then the same student is found dead. What followed was a trail of lies and shadows hidden in the secrets of the hearts.

My first book by author Julie Corbin, this was one twisted thriller showing me the poison that can bubble insidiously in our minds. There was one fact which remained staunchly fixed while reading the book. A truth I was sure of. Did it come true? Yes, it did.

The book was a thrilling ride where what I thought I knew was exactly what the author made it unknown. The characters were completely unlikable, though that didn’t stop me from enjoying the book as I wanted to know how much the author would prod them.

It was exciting to know the limits of tolerance. I didn’t like the hints of violence shown by the daughter in one scene as it felt too much. Human psyche and snap of the brain when crossed were well portrayed.

The twists were galore, the need to hide the secrets aplenty, the past influencing the present, and the lies from a teen made this a super-enjoyable book.


Rating: 5 out of 5.






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I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher, and this is my journey down its pages, straight from the heart. STRICTLY HONEST and UNBIASED.

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