Never Have I Ever

Never Have I Ever - Sara Shepard I loved [b:Never Have I Ever|9266793|Never Have I Ever (The Lying Game, #2)|Sara Shepard|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1289526446s/9266793.jpg|14147644], it was the perfect continuation of [b:The Lying Game|8428069|The Lying Game (The Lying Game, #1)|Sara Shepard|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1316916749s/8428069.jpg|13291270]. Emma is getting a little more accustomed to being vague about Sutton's life (before she died and Emma took over), and we get to know the other characters better. I definitely thought that the Twitter twins were good for Sutton's murder before Emma thought of it, but I guess that was the whole idea, to see everything Emma saw, and feel the way Emma felt. [a:Sara Shepard|93970|Sara Shepard|http://d.gr-assets.com/authors/1229580414p2/93970.jpg] is really good at putting the reader in Emma's shoes.

I really wish there was more communication between the girls, other than name calling, but since that was how Sutton lived, it'll take a while for them to change their was and except the 'new Sutton'. Madeline's confession about her dad beating her was not what I thought that she was going to say, but I really think that it will lead to Emma trusting her 100%. As for Ethan, I was actually pissed that he took Samantha at first, but I think that Ethan asked her to the dance to get more information about Sutton.

As for Thayer, I don't even know where to start! He's only in the book for a page, but him even being there bring up so many questions.