The Truth and Other Lies by Sascha Arango

Review: The Truth and Other Lies by Sascha Arango

“Eventually every lie becomes an unexploded bomb lurking beneath the surface, rusting away, ready to detonate”

I’ve been toying around with the thought of whether I’d rather this 3 stars or 4 stars since I don’t do halves in my ratings, and ultimately I feel that 3 stars better suits my liking of this book. Ultimately, I did not care the constant narration that made up a large portion of this book. Yes, there is some dialogue, but not a whole lot compared to the average fiction novel you might read.

The Fall by John Lescroart

Review: The Fall by John Lescroart (Dismas Hardy Series #16)

In the dark of night, Anlya Paulson, a seventeen year old foster child, falls to her death from the overpass above the Stockton tunnel in San Francisco. Was it an accidental fall, or did someone push her? Greg Treadway, a middle school teacher and volunteer as an advocate for foster children, is the suspect. But Rebecca Hardy, who is representing him, believe that he is innocent. Can she prove he didn’t do it, or will he be indicted for her murder?