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I get that these teenagers had their secrets and pasts that barred them from opening up. I got Matt’s very early on and was just waiting for it to be confirmed.
But the way Claire, Gage and Mimi treated Lizzy was really not that great. Claire’s was slightly more mysterious, so I stuck around to figure out what it was.
Tell Me No Lies, a companion to the acclaimed Be True to Me, is a novel of unflinching emotional honesty about secrecy, lies, love, and identity.
Look, I tried with this book, but if I am completely honest I saw it going downhill from the beginning.
We loved art, but couldn’t fathom pursuing it because our parents drilled it into us that art was a hobby, not a career. Throughout the novel, she deals with having to hide her disorder because she doesn’t want it to define her or make people treat her differently.
We were panning for college/university quite early on. I have never read about an epileptic character and it was interesting to see how the author pursued the topic.
And Claire carries around a mysterious sadness and talks about a breakup so bad she changed schools—but she won’t tell the whole story.
Lizzy wants Claire to confide in her, even as she keeps her own embarrassing secrets.
We had a very small social group and in terms of actually being a social person, we were not.
She’s delighted when rebellious new girl Claire Reynolds introduces her to Center City Philadelphia—clubs, street life, and the eye-opening art scene.
As Lizzy begins to question her own long-held dreams, the changes in her life mirror the upheaval of a decade marked by a drug epidemic and the AIDS crisis. While she has a special connection with Matt, something’s missing.
I thought the whole friendship theme in this book was really ummmm not great.
Friends no matter how social or anti-social they may be are supposed to support you and care about you.
I was more like her friends, never having the longing to step out of the mold, so in that way I understood Lizzie but couldn’t personally relate.