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[Review] The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett by Chelsea Sedoti

Title: The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett
Author: Chelsea Sedoti
Publisher: SOURCEBOOKS Fire
Expected release date: January 3, 2017

Got an advance copy to SOURCEBOOKS Fire via Netgalley request


20adf4_df1db29699fc459a8480746d5e7c0908 My thoughts 20adf4_df1db29699fc459a8480746d5e7c0908

I have to admit, the deeper the story, the deeper I’m interested in. I really like the book! I thought it will be really boring because in few first chapters of the book, I actually find it so nonsense talking and talking about something it isn’t relevant in life but she’s still pushing her lazy thoughts. Then I went deeper to the book, and I actively liked it. It totally like an inspired life changing for Hawthorn, whatever she’s been through is worth awhile and she’s been a fighter and not a quitter at all.

Characters like Hawthorn and Enzo, are the one enlighten me to think of adventure and moving on to their past days. I feel sad that knowing they have to give up everything they had and just be back being strangers, what I like for this two is that they’re so connected. That’s the thing about this book, even though how weird your thoughts are, there is still someone will accept you for who are no matter what. And that is the total sense about this book. It’s not just about searching for lost soul and pretending that it’s okay, but you have to see for yourself that you have to live your life in purpose and that’s why I loved it.

Overall, in the story, there are just some parts that totally bore me that makes me stop from reading but when I go deeper to it, I can’t totally put the book down. This book make me laugh, smile and feel sad for the meantime, I was so eager to finish it and I wishing for another book like this! I just love knowing Hawthorn’s personality and she looks forward on something that she really wanted get. The book excites me and it may not give me mixed emotions, but it gives me a lot of humor things about everything and what she thinks and what she believes in is what matters. I totally love to see and read more of her works. I hope I’ll meet Hawthorn in person.


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