Genuine Fraud

Genuine Fraud
By E. Lockhart
Reviewed by Frances
The real hustling life. This book took me by surprise actually. I really identified with Jule, up until her murderous tendencies, but I also think that a lot of the characters were quite dysfunctional in some way too.

I don’t think Immie was entirely blameless either, she had this irksome way of inserting herself into your heart, only to leave when you became used to her presence: which really, is a more devious kind of vindictive in my opinion.

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