The Lie Tree

Frances Hardinge

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King Alfreds Academy, Oxon

I didn't enjoy this book, which was a shame as I enjoyed her book from last year, Cuckoo Song. I th. . .
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Olivia H

Saint Barts (Carnegie)

Recently I read the lie tree but did not enjoy it. It was very hard to get into and was not very int. . .
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TGS BookMunch , Surrey

Leads you through the thrilling yet terrifying journey of the outcomes of lies and speaks of feminis. . .
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Gobstoppers, London

I didn't really enjoy reading The Lie Tree, it seemed to drag on quite a bit and the beginning wasn. . .
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Saint Martins School

This book is by far my favourite. I like the writing style, as it is not too abstract for my tastes.. . .
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Helen Gibbs - Parent

Hockerill Anglo-European College

A gripping read about a 'clever' girl they tried to keep quiet. Keeps you guessing to the end!. . .
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Our Lady's Abingdon (OLA), Oxfordshire

The Lie Tree is a very good book with an unexpected twist at the end. I would recommend it to anyone. . .
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Our Lady's Abingdon (OLA), Oxfordshire

My opinion of this book is very good. The cover is very mysterious and dark so it makes me think it . . .
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Shenley Brook End School

"The Lie Tree" was a good read; it was not an amazing story, but I did enjoy reading it. The blurb. . .
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Nailsea School Book Club, Bristol

Faith a fourteen year old girl, decides to discover how her father mysteriously dies. The story is a. . .
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