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Liar (Midnight Library)
Liar - Midnight Library
Author: Damien Graves
ISBN-13: 9780439893923
ISBN-10: 0439893925
Publication Date: 5/1/2007
Pages: 160
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.

4.3 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks
Book Type: Paperback
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Once again, Damien Graves presents three bone-chilling stories, perfect for any stormy night.

Lauren has never been popular. Actually, she doesn't really have any friends. But all that is about to change, or so she hopes, when she gets a computer for her birthday and a couple of free magazines. Now she can log on the forum that all the cool kids go to and introduce herself to all of her classmates. But when that backfires and she takes on a new identity, her life is now in jeopardy.

All best friends, Craig, Brian, and Emily wanted to do was see their favorite basketball team play. They had the tickets to the game already, just not the money to pay for the train that will get them there. What else is there to do but hitch a free ride on the train, without getting noticed, of course. But once they are on that special train, they will soon find out that it doesn't stop for everyone.

Alexis always wanted to become an actress, and when she finds out that her drama teacher will choose two people to go to a theater workshop, she's psyched. Her theater teacher is looking for the two greatest actors in the winking game for the workshop. Unfortunately for Alexis she can only die and not wink. But she will soon develop a wink that is to die for.

LIAR is another collection perfect for any sleepovers or just for those who don't mind wetting their bed. Fans of the GOOSEBUMPS books will want to grab themselves a copy of this title and the entire series.