The Best Lies

The Best Lies Review

Remy Tsai used to know how her story would turn out. But now, she doesn’t even know what tomorrow will look like.

She was happy once. Remy had her boyfriend Jack, and Elise, her best friend—her soulmate—who understood her better than anyone else in the world.

But now Jack is dead, shot through the chest—

And it was Elise who pulled the trigger.

Was it self-defense? Or something deeper, darker than anything Remy could have imagined? As the police investigate, Remy does the same, sifting through her own memories, looking for a scrap of truth that could save the friendship that means everything to her.

Told in alternating timelines, Thelma and Louise meets Gone Girl in this twisted psychological thriller about the dark side of obsessive friendship.

Title:The Best Lies
Edition Language:English

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  • Elise (TheBookishActress)

    there's a sapphic Elise in YA lit holy shit I've reached my final pokemon evolution...

  • Tucker (TuckerTheReader)

    No one's eating that lollipop anytime soon. Except maybe the dog. Another thing: How did that lollipop melt?! I need realistic covers!|blog|...

  • sanj

    LGBT Thelma and Louise meets Gone Girl. To say I'm sold would be an understatement...

  • Kenn Laurence

    well...that escalated quickly...

  • Sami

    A sweet friendship turns sour in this thriller about obsession and vengeance. Remy and Elise are more than best friends- they're soulmates- but then why would Elise shoot Jack, Remy' s boyfriend? And ...

  • Elizabeth Appenheimer

    Objectively, it's a good book. Good story and conflict, and it lives up to being a psychological thriller. Subjectively, I didn't really enjoy it. It was pretty disturbing and unsettling, and full of ...

  •  Debra (WifeEclectic)

    More like a 3.5, that was a powder keg of emotion........

  • Vicky

    I was given an advanced reader copy by the publisher (and it was great! :) )...

  • Emily Polson

    Engrossing YA suspense about toxic friendship, suffering, revenge, and consequences. The protagonist narrates in a lyrical prose style, which at first seems to romanticize the problematic relationship...