Sixteen years ago, best friends Nancy, Georgia and Lila did something unspeakable. Their crime forged an unbreakable bond between them, a bond of silence. But now, one of them wants to talk.
One wrong word and everything could be ruined, their lives, their careers, their relationships. It’s up to Georgia to call a crisis dinner. But things do not go as planned.
Three women walk in to the dinner, but only two will leave.
Murder isn’t so difficult the second time around…
Perfect Liars is a perfect tale of toxic friendship, made more so by the fact that they all have something to hide…
I really enjoyed this- I love a past/present narrative especially when the past includes school days. None of the three friends are particularly likeable which makes it even better and the tale is gorgeously twisty and full of edgy and intriguing interpersonal relationships.
Its an interesting vibe as you cannot imagine these women being friends if they didn’t have the past event holding them together even as it tears them apart. Even back at school their interactions with each other and those around them is a divisive one.
Perfect Liars is a thought provoking look at female friendship and the lengths we’ll go to in order to hold on to those things we believe are important, as such it is utterly addictive.
A great read. Recommended.