Hide and Seek

Hide and Seek

A Lying Game Novel

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"My friends and I used to play lying games. Now my twin sister is living one. When I was alive, my family seemed picture-perfect. My adoptive parents adored me, and my little sister, Laurel, copied my every move. But now that my long-lost twin, Emma, has taken my place to solve my murder, we're both learning just how flawed my family really is. Laurel is shooting Emma nasty looks and sneaking around with my ex-boyfriend. And it turns out my parents are keeping a huge secret-could it be the reason I'm dead? How far would they go to keep the truth buried? No one can harm me now, but Emma is still fair game. And if she's not careful, she'll end up buried, too..."--Dust jacket.
Publisher: New York, NY :, HarperTeen
Copyright Date: ♭2012
ISBN: 9780062084156
Branch Call Number: Online eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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Apr 09, 2017

Secrets are what literally keep the whole series together. Emma faces a constant sense of dread as she starts to spiral into a thicker web of lies. Laurel (sister of Sutton) is acting very suspicious, could she be the killer? It may seem extreme, but murder is already pretty extreme to begin with. And with "mom and dad", what are they up to? Having to watch her back all the time sets up a nice frame for our protagonist as she undergoes some nice plot twists. This is the book that made me start questioning the "actual" murderer's intentions, but I didn't have solid proof. Turns out I was just a bit off though! 3.5/5 stars
- @Siri of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

Jun 26, 2015

This book is sooo good!! I couldn't stop reading it!! In this book they solve and/or find out that Sutton's dad might be a suspect of who killed Sutton. But at the end Emma finds out that there was no way Mr.Mercer could have killed Sutton but now Sutton and Emma's BIRTH MOM might have killed Sutton.

Oct 05, 2013


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May 29, 2013

While I did enjoy this book, 'Hide and Seek' - The Lying Game – 4 did not quite do it for me like earlier books in the series. The series should have finished at book 3. Doctor-at Bass –2! M. A.

eldynarzu May 21, 2013

I hope that sara keep on writing these Good books they are luiken the best books i have ever read first Pretty Little lyers come out that the most innocent was the one on the other side and next me finding out that they made a seris for The lying games and for pretty little lyers i was so happy that i ordered all the seasons of both i think that a person 60-100 will die of reading this book because it is so supennseful that you will be like so scared that you might even have night mares

phoebe6 Feb 05, 2013

this is such a good book. i am like addicted to this series!!!!!!!i can't wait for cross my heart and hope to die to come out!!!!! i am like in love with thayer!!!!!

Jan 23, 2013

OMG I just wnna find out who killed sutton!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It's sucha gr8 book i cudnt put it down!!!!!!!!! I think i finishd it in like 3 days :)

Madib345 Jan 03, 2013

Cant take it any longer I gotta know who killed my girl Sutton m think Ethan or maybe a close friend like Madeline. Sara might introduce somebody new to who knows?

Nov 21, 2012

I think Ethan killed Sutton. None of my friends do because he's so good and perfect but that's the reason I think he's the killer. The book's also written like there is no way Ethan killed Sutton even though that hasn't been proved.

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red_jellyfish_40 May 29, 2013

red_jellyfish_40 thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over

eldynarzu May 21, 2013

eldynarzu thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 13 and 82

Jan 04, 2013

AislingN thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 11 and 25


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Celandra24 Aug 13, 2012

Because the only thing more devastating than my adoptive father killing me and threatening Emma was if our real mother had done it.

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