The Lies We Tell

The Lies We Tell

by Brittany Butler

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BN ID: 2940155858560
Publisher: Brittany Butler
Publication date: 12/30/2018
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 907 KB

About the Author

I've always had a crazy imagination and I loved writing. So, I started writing Forever Careless to see if I had it in me. It was too much fluff for me, however my friends loved it. So, I wrote another, this time I pushed to boundaries. One day, while in a very bad mood, I thought of a story without a happy ending. One with real problems and real people. A story that was very close to my heart. It nagged me constantly. Months later, I sat down and started Hazed. Only weeks later, Hazed was finished and I was obsessed with it. It took me over a year to finish my first novel and weeks to finish this one. I knew what that meant. I liked to write about bad people who do bad things. I like to get inside their minds and feel their crazy. So, if you're looking for hearts and flowers, you won't probably find them here. My stories are real and they aren't pretty. Hazed, Unfazed, and Ruined are available in ebook, paperback, and hardback. I am currently working on: Grove, Because of You, and Damaged.

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E_A_Walsh 19 days ago
The Lies We Tell by Brittany Butler was a okay read that was intriguing engaging, that showed how lies can build up and before you know it, you're trapped and suffocating in them. My first read by this author, I went in with a open mine and let myself get sucked into this original read. A look into the life of our MC, a self proclaimed liar, we are tossed from past to present, jumping around her life in pieces, a bit here and there, all told from her POV. A fairly quick read, you're finished before you know it, with a surprising ending that makes you wonder. To be honest, I did have some mixed feels about this read. Why? It was the jumping between past and the present and back again. I didn't find the transitions all that smooth, and at times I was a little confused as to what year I was in. I do get why the author did this, I just think, for me, it wasn't a smooth as it could have been. Other then that, I very much enjoyed this relatable and relevant read. It really puts a spot of what today's generation is like, and frankly, most of the MC's problems could have been solved with a conversation rather than pushing it all down, lying and running. But with today's quick gratifications, it easier to just pretend everything is good rather than deal with it. Especially failure, and you'll find out how fast our MC can't deal with that life lesson. Overall, though I do have some mixed feelings about this book, the good out weight the bad, and I give it my high recommendation and my stamp of approval. Happy Reading -E.A. Walsh