Genuine Fraud by E. Lockhart.

Rating: 3 out of 5.

This book is about a girl name Jule who is a spy. She has a best friend named Imogen. Both of them are orphans, but nobody knows what Jule is. She changes her style so that people can’t recognize her. She has many names, passports, and ID. To some, she is Jule and to some she is Imogen. Jule has murdered many, was in a relationship with two or three. But, what is she escaping from? Does Imogen exist? Read this book to find out!

So, I’m kind of disappointed with this book. The plot was strong and interesting, but the story kept revolving around the past. The suspense and mystery were great. But, the past and present were not even connecting! There were many loose ends in the story. The main character, Jules is shown great, but if the story would have revolved more around the present it would have been a hit! The thing I LOVE about E. Lockhart’s writing is that she expresses emotions and feelings in a metaphoric format!

With Malice by Eileen Cook.

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

This book is about two best friends, Simone and Jill. They had gone on a trip to Italy with their batch mates, but when Jill wakes up, she is in a hospital. She doesn’t remember anything about the trip and she is severely injured due to a car accident. Her parents are tensed and there is a lawyer who is trying to help. Jill does not see Simone and the lawyer has told her that there are murder accusations on her. Jill is totally blank and she doesn’t know what has happened…

If you are pursuing psychology, then this book will be very useful to you. I adored this book, it is written in-depth, hence it is slow. In the first eight chapters, they had not even reached one percent in the murder case. It is a very serious and dark story, as Jill is struggling to remember things back and her treatments are also going on. I enjoyed the book but I didn’t like the fact that it was slow because, when a book is full of suspense and mystery, I didn’t want the story to go slow!