“The Last Time I Lied” Book Review

This was the perfect thriller for me – lots of red herrings, an unreliable narrator, and several twists that I just didn’t see coming! I read “Final Girls” by this author, but this one left me way more satisfied. The story centers around the mystery of three girls going missing at Camp Nightingale 15 years ago. Their cabinmate, Emma, decides to return to the camp in the present to finally discover what really happened to her friends. There are lots of different suspects and we’re not sure if we can trust Emma (who seems to be having hallucinations). This was a definite page-turner, and I’ll look forward to reading what Sager comes out with next.

5 stars

*Free ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*

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