Review: Genuine Fraud by E. Lockhart (Spoiler-Free)
This book was interesting. It was very addicting to read, but I was still very confused throughout the majority of the story. I think this book suffered from its premise. I liked the story itself, but it was written reverse-chronologically which made it very hard to follow. Overall it was an entertaining read, but nothing like the expectations I had set for it after reading We Were Liars.
*This is a suspense novel so my synopsis is very vague*
Jule has many secrets. So does Imogen. They may involve a couple of murders, identity theft, and lots of traveling.
RELEASE DATE: September 5, 2017
Song I was reminded of while reading: I Write Sins Not Tragedies