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The Lying Game: A Novel Hardcover – July 25, 2017
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"Ware's third outing is just as full of psychological suspense as her earlier books, but there is a quietness about this one, a slower unraveling of tension and fear, that elevates it above her others...Cancel your plans for the weekend when you sit down with this book, because you won't want to move until it's over." (Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review)
“Ware masterfully harnesses the millhouse’s decrepit menace to create a slow-rising sense of foreboding, darkening Isa’s recollections of the weeks leading to Ambrose’s disappearance… with arguably her most complex, fully realized characters yet, this one may become her biggest hit yet.” (Booklist, Starred Review)
"[An] engrossing psychological thriller... Ware builds up a rock-solid cast of intriguing characters and spins a mystery that will keep readers turning pages to the end.” (Publishers Weekly)
"New York Times bestselling author Ruth Ware and her new thriller The Lying Game will have you full of anticipation." (Library Journal)
"From the author of the hit novel, The Woman in Cabin 10, comes another edge-of-your-seat thriller you don't want to miss."
“Ware has become a household name in psychological suspense, and her third release is highly anticipated…[The Lying Game is] sure to be her next summer hit.”
“Readers who've devoured Ware's bestsellers The Woman in Cabin 10 and In a Dark, Dark Wood won't need much encouragement to pick up a copy of her latest thriller. This story…is as gripping and atmospheric as Ware's previous books, with unexpected twists around every corner.” (Bookpage)
"Perhaps one of the most twisty and suspenseful titles of 2017." (Mystery Tribune)
"The Lying Game is tense, addictive, and not to be missed." (Crime by the Book)
"Fans of the mystery author who just won't quit will recognize Ware's singular ability to bait and switch in this wholly original story about four friends who conceive, innocently at first, a game of lies with dire repercussions." (Marie Claire)
About the Author
Ruth Ware grew up in Sussex, on the south coast of England. After graduating from Manchester University she moved to Paris, before settling in North London. She has worked as a waitress, a bookseller, a teacher of English as a foreign language and a press officer, and is The New York Times bestselling author of In a Dark, Dark Wood, The Woman in Cabin 10, and The Lying Game. Her latest book, The Death of Mrs. Westaway, will be available in May 2018. She is married with two small children. Visit her at RuthWare.com or follow her on Twitter @RuthWareWriter.
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What a disappointment, though.
This book isn't horrible or anything. In fact, I really like Ware's writing style. To me, it is unique and easy-to-read. However, the story just dragged on and on and on...
There were so many interesting ideas in the story that were brought up, but then they were just sort of abandoned. The entire book is centered around playing a game that involves lying, but this backstory is barely explored. So while the reader is supposed to engage in the story of The Lying Game, there isn't enough story to engage in. The four main characters have supposedly cemented a strong friendship during their time at Salten House, but they were only together a mere 12 months, and we virtually get no background from their time together. Exploring the past more would have added a lot to the story, and certainly invested the reader in what was to come later.
I don't want to spoil anything, but this was predictable. Ware's previous novels have twists and turns and I was guessing til the end. In this one, not so much.
So, sad day :(.