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We all know a person who continuously tells lies. Sometimes to paint a better picture of themselves, sometimes they are simply just trying to please everybody. Steph Dawson is a typical 16 year old coming to the end of her time at school. She often lies without thinking. This is the 2nd in the Liar Girl series of short but hilarious books about a 16 year old girl growing uWe all know a person who continuously tells lies. Sometimes to paint a better picture of themselves, sometimes they are simply just trying to please everybody. Steph Dawson is a typical 16 year old coming to the end of her time at school. She often lies without thinking. This is the 2nd in the Liar Girl series of short but hilarious books about a 16 year old girl growing up. It is told in a first person narrative to give the reader an idea of how it feels to be the person telling the lies and having to face the inevitable consequences....

Title : Liar Girl - The Exam Results
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ISBN : 33814073
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 32 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Liar Girl - The Exam Results Reviews

  • Nico Genes
    2019-05-17 22:47

    After finishing "Liar Girl" I was thrilled to continue my journey into Steph's world to see what she was up to next. Despite all her lies, she is actually a good person. She alone wasn't sure always why was she lying so much and in an attempt of trying to behave and regain the trust of her friend and family she tried to be honest. But the complication began when she said a lie just to protect her friend. From that innocent lie, an avalanche started. While it was again a fun reading I find this book also as lessons to be learned. Beside the topics, the way it is written and its interesting content, I surely see it as an eye-opener for every teen and young adult. A lie has short legs, they say, but its consequences can be dramatic. Wish to find out on yourself, just go for it and be ready to laugh!

  • Nico Genes
    2019-05-24 22:04

    This was a fun fun fun read. Short, easy to follow, it draws you in not realizing when you turn the pages. I believe any person young or old could find bits of pieces of oneself in it. It is almost impossible to pass through life without telling a lie here and there, but when they are too many too often, it can get too much. In a chain of lies that complicates Steph's life and of those around her, this book will bring a smile on your face from the first page. As presented by the author I find it perfect for the teens and YA, but also for any adult with a sense of humor in the mood for a light and fun read.

  • Mrsbooks2you
    2019-04-28 16:35

    I have read MANY teenage to young adult books in my life however nothing compares to this book. Mr. Govier was smart thinking by making the book short yet filling it with knowledge that will assist a child that maybe going through or have gone through the same issues. Let’s discuss the book: One thing I love is that the book can be read by a person as young as 10 or 11 years old in my opinion. As a parent, I was overjoyed that there was no sexual content (there was a kiss here and there). I would like to thank Mr. Govier for allowing the kids to be just kids, experiencing normal situations that occur in a growing teen’s life without it being over sexualized.Stephanie is your average teen that just wants to be happy and sometimes stretches the truth to make it happen. She has a very small group of friends and family and no matter the level of dysfunction she loves them. Stephanie does eventually find her way although it was a forced situation. This book teaches teens that there is no such thing as a “small lie” and once you tell one lie you will have to continue to tell them.I took off one star due to the grammatical errors only but other than that it was a great book.

  • Mrsbooks2you
    2019-04-24 16:54

    Stephanie can’t catch a break and it is no fault of her own. She really just wants the best for herself, family and friends but her thought process is a bit different. After trying to redeem herself from the lies in “Liar Girl”, she seems to dig a bigger hole for herself. We’ve all had a “Stephanie phrase” in our lives. I think that “Liar Girl Exam” is for mid-teens, due to the natural and topics discussed. Stephanie story allows teens to see that the “little lies” that they tell are not so little and can snowball into something that they aren’t able to handle. This is a story of trust, lies, honesty, forgiveness, redemption and what happens when you try to please everyone.

  • Andre Govier
    2019-05-01 23:49

  • Andre Govier
    2019-05-24 18:40