by Karen McManus
Secondary List 2017-18 SHORTLIST
So far we have received 8 reviews of One of Us is Lying.
You can read them below. Why not add your own review?
Lily from Year 6, Pheasant Bank Academy:
I found simon really funny.I would recomend this book to all ages from seven to thirteen year olds. This book was enjoyable to read and kept me entertained while I was bored. I have shown my siblings this book and most of them would most certainly recomed this book to anyone.
Danielle from Year 8, De Warenne Academy:
I really enjoyed this book and it caught my attention on the first page. and it made you think I really enjoyed this,
charlie from Year 9, Ridgewood School:
One of us is lying is one of my favourite books, (I have many.) because it has a lot of twists and is a very gripping read. It also boosts my imagination for my own stories helping me with my horror and mystery mind. I strongly recommend this book to those who enjoy reading a gripping and twisting plot. I also recommend this book again to those who have a heart for horror and mystery like me
phoebe from Year 7, De Warenne Academy:
when I heard about this book I thought I was going to love it but I did not enjoy it , it didn't get my attention .This book is about a group of lonely and popular teens . That teem up to find out who died............ 4/10 age 11
Millicent from Year 7, The Armthorpe Academy:
The book was a very good and intriguing. It was a very good mystery story. I chose to read it because the cover hooked me by saying 'One Of Us Is Lying' and it did. I really enjoyed it , i recommend it to other people who like mystery books.
chloe from Year 7, Rossington All Saints School:
I found this book very gripping fro the first time I opened this book. My favourite character was defiantly Simon because he was very funny. this was one of my all time favourite books, even though I have many! my favourite this year has got to be The Hunger Games.
abigail from Year 7, The Armthorpe Academy:
this book will always leave you on a cliff hanger it gets right into the the story in the first 20 pages they is a lot of mystery in this book and a least one death but i would recommend it to people who like having cliff hangers in a book and a lot of mystery and a bit of a twist to
joy from Year 7, Rossington All Saints School:
I found this book very interesting from when I first saw the front page. I loved all of the characters, they were so funny.