The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett by Chelsea Sedoti

cover86524-mediumThe Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett by Chelsea Sedoti flows naturally and without effort. The dialogue throughout this book really made the best part of the story. The main character is Hawthorn Creely who can at times be loveable and other times test your patience. She is a lonely teenager who is seventeen years old. She wants to fit in with the other people her age. This is a story about a typical high school girl who feels left out a lot of the time. 

Lizzie Lovett goes camping with her boyfriend who is twenty-five years old and disappeared. Hawthorn becomes obsessed with Lizzie Lovett’s disappearance. Hawthorn did not know Lizzie Lovett before she disappeared. It appears like Hawthorn is trying to take Lizzie Lovett’s identity. On closer inspection Hawthorn does not feel good about herself. Hawthorn tries to find out everything she can about Lizzie. She gets different opinions from everyone else. She thinks Lizzie’s life was perfect.

At its core, this book is a mystery, and it’s a great one. A popular girl named Lizzie Lovett has disappeared, and Hawthorn has a theory about what happened, so she decides to investigate. I thought this was GREAT. I was constantly guessing and trying to figure out what happened to Lizzie, and I found the twists and turns really rewarding. Also, the resolution was perfect and made total sense.

Thank you to NetGalley and Source books publisher for the advanced readers copy for a fair and honest review of this book.

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