Little Black Lies

Little Black Lies

Book - 2009
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Starting her junior year at an ultra-elite Boston school, sixteen-year-old Sara, hoping to join the popular crowd, hides the fact that her father not only is the school janitor, but also has obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Publisher: New York : Egmont USA, 2009
ISBN: 9781606840337
1606840339
9781606840467
1606840460
Branch Call Number: y COHEN 2009
Characteristics: 305 p. ; 22 cm

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emilylai
Oct 09, 2010

Very good book
Not done reading it tho.

lms Sep 29, 2010

Sara tries hard to fit in but has a hard time reconciling the difference between her own impoverished circumstances with those of her wealthier class mates . Plus, her Dad’s obsessive –compulsive disorder seems to be resurfacing which will make her the laughing stock of the school if anyone finds out. Sara’s lies to hide her background quickly mushroom and then her life spins out of control. Sara learns about accepting mental illness, love and herself in the process. This book easily compares with Sarah Dessen’s novels for teenage girls

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emilygillies
Sep 19, 2010

I enjoyed reading this book. I found it was writen well and I like the character's perspective. I found I was able to relate people I know to characters in the book. I would possibly recomend this book to someone, it would depend on their personal tastes and prefrences.

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E_Kazan
Jul 10, 2010

Pretty good book!

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