Never Have I Ever

Never Have I Ever

A Lying Game Novel

eBook - 2011
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Seventeen-year-old Sutton Mercer watches from the afterlife as her long-lost twin sister, Emma Paxton, continues to pretend to be her in order to identify Sutton's killer.
Seventeen-year-old Sutton Mercer watches from the afterlife as her long-lost twin sister, Emma Paxton, continues to pretend to be her in order to identify Sutton's killer. Book #2
Publisher: New York : HarperTeen, 2011
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780062084132
0062084135
Call Number: EBOOK AXIS 360
Characteristics: 1 online resource (309 p.)
Additional Contributors: Baker & Taylor Axis 360

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Apr 09, 2017

Emma, now undercover as Sutton, is somewhat acquainted with how everything would be working from then on. She desperately wants to live the life she could always have imagined as Sutton, but realizes that the murderer is still out there. He or she is a major threat that readers will find themselves wondering about... who killed Sutton? Now, uncertainty fills the air as friends could easily be foes, and the element of trust is played on heavily. Everyone compares this series to Pretty Little Liars (show) but truthfully it is way better than both the show AND the books. 4/5 stars
- @Siri of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

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tocch101
Nov 01, 2015

I think this was better than the first one in the series. Interesting and intriguing, but a little over the top.

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Glamangelkitty
Jun 26, 2015

This book is about how Emma Paxton finds out more about Sutton's murderer and meets Ethan. They thought they found a suspect but at the end they find out that there was no way that the suspect could have killed Sutton.

eldynarzu Jun 07, 2014

one of the besst books ive ever read

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emilyswartzer
Aug 25, 2013

Emma is still posing as her dead twin Sutton Mercer. She doesn't know any more than she did. But when she gets a lead, or what she thinks is a lead, on Sutton's death, she is certain she knows who the killer(s) are. She and Ethan do some more snooping and new warnings are popping up. Lila and Gabby, The Twitter Twins, are itching to be inducted into The Lying Game. Everyone keeps referring to the train track incident, but Emma has no idea what they're talking about. She goes to the Cliqque and pretends to shoplift a purse, and Samantha calls the cops on her. She is able to look into Sutton's records and realizes that the train track incident almost got them killed. Emma must figure out if her suspicions are right and if she will be next

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nina_adamo
Aug 19, 2013

Never Have I Ever is the second installment in Sara Shepard’s Lying Game series. As Emma digs further and further into the mystery surrounding her twin sister’s death, Sutton, the answers she’s been looking for begin to unfold, and the murderer begins to lurk closer than Emma could ever imagine. Her dead sister’s ghost watches Emma as she begins to puzzle together the pieces. Every piece of information that Emma uncovers about Sutton’s life sparks a small long-lost memory in ghostly Sutton’s mind. Sutton did a lot of horrible things when she was alive. She hurt a lot of people that were in her life and some that weren’t. She kept nasty secrets from her friends and family and once even played a life-threatening prank on her friends… and two of them wanted revenge. As the secrets get juicier, the truth becomes a nightmare and the lies become exposed, Emma finds herself in a very dangerous position; and there’s no way of escaping. In order to solve this mystery she must continue to play the role of Sutton, no matter how hard that may be. Emma’s thrown into a world where she has to figure out what Sutton did while she was alive, and what she didn’t. Her entire world is about to be turned upside down as she tries desperately to put all the pieces together. The only thing holding Emma down is her determination to find out who killed her sister, and a love for someone that she found along the way. Never Have I Ever is sure to keep your eyes glued to the pages, your brain working a mile a minute and your heart pumping to Emma’s. This book is a real page-turner, egging you on and making you not want to leave Emma’s world, even just for a second.

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hmcgivney
Dec 04, 2012

Second verse, same as the first...

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heeba
Jul 21, 2012

This is a fab. book that always keeps you on the edge of your seat! I really enjoyed this book!

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oliviajak
Jul 15, 2012

I loved this book and could not put it down. It was full of mystery and suspense. The writing was good, but not greatly complex, making this book a quick and easy read. Overall, I would easily suggest this book to anyone.

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TheTeenPack
Jul 10, 2012

Woah, good book! :]

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eldynarzu Jun 07, 2014

This book is about two long lost twins, who have never met each other before. One day they find out and plan to meet. When they do, Emma finds out her sister is DEAD! If she doesn't act like her sister, she will be...... next.

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heeba
Jul 25, 2012

This book is about two long lost twins, who have never met each other before. One day they find out and plan to meet. When they do, Emma finds out her sister is DEAD! If she doesn't act like her sister, she will be...... next.

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