LiarBook - 2009 | 1st U.S. ed
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I'm thinking about how much stronger I am than Brandon. I doubt he realizes that. Boys never do. He should be scared of me. Because I _really_ don't like him and I'll hurt him if I have to.
Our apartment 's so small that we always pretend we can't hear the things we're not supposed to. It's a good rule.
If you've got a big secret it's best to paper it over with lots of little ones.
Is it any surprise that I turned out the way I did, with so many family lies? I'm at least a third-generation liar. Though I bet it goes back earlier.
I tried not to laugh. He'd never said stuff like that before: "Young man," "Wipe that smile off." It was like he was quoting from a ye olden days handbook of angry parenting.
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Sexual Content: Nothing extremely graphic, but there is sexual content. At one point, the main character imagines making out with a guy and a girl at the same time.
Other: Due to the general subject matter, this is definatly a book for older teens and adults.
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