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Not worth the money she spent, and then loaned me.
Thanks to Meg Gardiner's skill at both, her readers will be anxiously waiting, eager to devour whatever this talented writer comes up with next.
I cannot explain what it was, but this simply did not seem to be a story in any sense of the word I would normally expect.
Before reading the book, I read the synopsis provided by Amazon, and I thought it would be interesting. Read more
Well, either I am just getting used to her style...no, there is some needed improvement in the storytelling of Meg Gardiner. She has created a character with wit and grit. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Pamela Letterman
As I got deeper into this tale;the more I got involved and like Sveig Larson I could only read a page at a timePublished 9 months ago by Bernice Friedman
Is driving me crazy. The story line is weak and unappealing. Couldn't finish it either in print or audible. Move onPublished 14 months ago by T. Duvall
This book if very hard to like and I may not finish it. The writing is jerky and the main charcter, Jo Beckett, is impulsive and acts without thinking. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Amy W
I purchased The Liar's Lullaby by Meg Gardiner. She is one of my favorite authors so I was very happy to be able to get it without having to leave my home to shop around.Published 19 months ago by Jean DeGroff
I had to start this book twice. I had the audio version, but the narrator really rubbed me the wrong way. Read morePublished 23 months ago by J. Shetrone
I am a fan of Meg Gardiner and have read her previous books and thoroughly enjoyed her writing style. Read morePublished on April 1, 2012 by dixie dean