The Truth Lies Here

The Truth Lies Here In small town Michigan Penny an aspiring journalist teams up with the nerdy boy next door and the town s star quarterback to find her conspiracy theorist father after he goes missing and several ot

  • Title: The Truth Lies Here
  • Author: Lindsey Klingele
  • ISBN: 9780062380418
  • Page: 321
  • Format: ebook
  • In small town Michigan, Penny, an aspiring journalist, teams up with the nerdy boy next door and the town s star quarterback to find her conspiracy theorist father after he goes missing and several other townspeople turn up dead in the woods.The deeper she digs, the weirder things start to get Townspeople repeat the same phrases verbatim Men in black suits stroll aroundIn small town Michigan, Penny, an aspiring journalist, teams up with the nerdy boy next door and the town s star quarterback to find her conspiracy theorist father after he goes missing and several other townspeople turn up dead in the woods.The deeper she digs, the weirder things start to get Townspeople repeat the same phrases verbatim Men in black suits stroll around Main Street Chunks of her memory go missing Pretty soon, Penny s research leads her to the long ago meteorite crash in Bone Lake s woods, and she s going to have to reconsider her definition of real if she wants answers

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    • Sam Kozbial says:

      Rating: 4.5 StarsA throughly compelling coming-of-age story laced with mystery and a touch of Sci-fi. Confession: I read this one by accident, so it will be quite a while before I post my full review. Until then, know that I only have good things to say about this book. Full review to follow. *ARC provided in exchange for an honest review | INSTAGRAM |TWITTER | BLOGLOVIN | FRIEND ME ON

    • Jackie says:

      *3.5 but rounding up*What I like most about books that deal with the paranormal or in this case science fiction, is when there is a human element brought in keeping it grounded to reality just enough that you don’t go too far off into the deep end and this book managed to do that by connecting our main players by their attachments to their father. ‘The Truth Lies Here’ has a cold open reminiscent of Buffy the Vampire Slayer or more appropriately X-Files giving you just enough of a tease th [...]

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