Hello! The postie has been again and brightened up a rainy day, so I thought I’d share another unboxing with you of the latest READING IN HEELS box. It’s a lovely company who each month send a box your way for £10 plus P&P, which includes a lovely paperback and a variety of other treats and goodies for you to enjoy! What more could you want?!
So here’s a little look at the book and goodies that came with the April box!
Limited Edition Bar of Chocolate!
DIAMOND EYE PATCH – goodbye dark circles!!
Cute little pad of sticky notes
always very handy!! And in the Reading In Heels marbling!
And to the book…..
LIAR by AYELET GUNDAR-GOSHEN
I’ve not heard of this book at all – have you?!
From the award-winning author of Waking Lions, a novel about how one lie can change everything, when a teenaged girl’s scream — and the false assumption that comes from it — radiates through a street, a neighborhood, and a city, and turns lives upside down.
Nofar is an average — very average — teenage girl working in an ice cream parlor at the end of summer. Dozens of customers come to the shop every day, but no one gives her a second glance–she is not one of those girls that the eye lingers on.
But Nofar’s world changes completely when a well-known TV presenter comes into the shop. Bitter about his own failures, he insults and humiliates her and she flees in tears. The presenter, who is still waiting for his change, chases her and the girl screams. Nofar’s shouts alert the neighbors, and to her surprise everyone is convinced that the man tried to sexually assault her. And she decides to let them believe it.
For the first time in her life, Nofar finds herself the center of attention. Her lie turns her into a kind of Cinderella, as the plain, awkward ice cream seller becomes a media princess. Meanwhile, one of the only people who knows what really happened demands a price for his silence.
Written with dark humor and deep insight into the shadowy side of human nature, The Liar is a story about how one little lie can make a huge difference. In a world of media connectivity and alternate facts, the scream of one girl can make an entire city tweet and howl.
Looking forward to trying all of this little lot out soon!
What did you like the most?
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Definitely the book as it’s the most intriguing – the chocolate is a close second after starting that yesterday!
I would have to agree with you on that 😊