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Genuine Fraud

by E Lockhart

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Genuine Fraud by E Lockhart
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    Sep 2017, 288 pages

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Michelle Anya Anjirbag

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The story of a young woman whose diabolical smarts are her ticket into a charmed life. But how many times can someone reinvent themselves?

Do we ever really know who our friends are? Or what the truth is? After all, truth, like beauty is often in the eye of the beholder, but whose gaze are we meant to trust? Those are only a few of the questions that E. Lockhart asks her readers to grapple with in her thriller, Genuine Fraud.

When we meet Jule, she is an international nomad, obviously keeping to herself, and on the run – though we don't know who she is, why she is in trouble, or where she is going. All we do know is that there were two people in her life who gave her a sense of security, and one of those people was Imogen. At first we think that Imogene was perhaps a sister, or a mentor who took a parental role in Jule's life, but as the narrative unfolds in reverse, we start to question the true nature of this relationship. By the time we hear Imogene speak in her own voice at all, well, we are left ...

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