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BookGenuine Fraud
AuthorE. Lockhart
LanguageEnglish
Size3.1 MB
Pages283
CategoryNovels

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Imogen lives at Playa Grande Resort in the Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. She spends her days working out at the hotel’s gym and telling other guests how she was forced to drop out of Stanford.

But Imogen is not really Imogen. she is july and also she is running away from something. Or someone what it means. . . Where’s the real Imogen?

Rewind: Jule and Imogen are best friends. Even obsessed with each other. Imogen is an orphan, heiress; She and Jule spend a summer together in a house on Martha’s Vineyard, sharing secrets they would never reveal to another soul.

But that was months ago. where is immie now And also why does Jule use her name?

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This one was the most fun for me.

I fell in love with the writing style from the start, which is rigorous and intelligent but functional and descriptive; Overall, Fraud strikes that rare balance of being equally impressive and easy to read (at least to my taste). Also, the story is generally satisfactory, with solid and well-developed characters, an engaging plot, and an arc that manages to be concise and complete.

Another bonus: the author displays a keen intellect and shrewd ingenuity, resulting in a delightfully clever texture. On the other hand, I felt that some parts were awkward to read and the ending was a bit muddy (at least that’s what I read; to be fair, I might have missed something earlier). So I can’t say that the book rocked my world; but it was definitely worth the money and above average in all the aspects that are really important in a novel.

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One thing I particularly liked, and one thing that really made the book better for me, was the deep psychological subtext that inhabits the text. That is, the story provides a textbook example of compartmentalized and double-minded thinking and the many human questions that arise from such an analysis. Through the contradictory main character and his behavior, the reader is given a vivid portrayal of this mindset, with nuanced and realistic detail to analyze the condition and the complexities that define it.

Ultimately, I think Fraud’s character study is very relevant, regardless of its fictional nature (some of life’s greatest mysteries are best captured in fiction, and this is one of them). And given the prevalence of this kind of muddled thinking in much of the modern world (and the often dire consequences of it), “cheating” is doubly important. So to speak, we could all learn a thing or two from the book’s two-faced anti-heroine.

The main character’s name is Jule. She has the unique ability to easily assume identities. There is also a character named Imogen who has a special connection to Jule. That’s all I really should tell you.

Review: It annoys me that this book received such poor reviews. I’m a big fan of E. Lockhart; His books were a major influence on my feminism as a high school student. Without her novels and my 12th grade English teacher, I would never have felt so free to be independent and headstrong. She writes very insightful stories about young women’s representations of gender and sexuality.

This is not my favorite E. Lockhart book (that would be The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks; I love some boarding school novels). I know that this has also been accused of being a copy of The Talented Mr. Ripley. Still, I liked this story and I enjoyed the unusual format. I kept having to guess, flipping back and forth between pages to find subtle references or clues.

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Even though Jule’s character isn’t a nice one, her voice somehow touched me, especially when she was talking about loneliness, pain or friendship. I didn’t end this book feeling hopeful or compassionate towards Jule either, but she consistently defies all expectations placed on her and that’s what makes her such a refreshing and dynamic character to me.

I hope E. Lockhart continues to write more psychological thrillers in the future as he is excellent at building emotion and suspense (We Were Liars fans know that too). I think what typifies an E. Lockhart novel is a character grappling with a stifling patriarchal culture and trying to become a fully realized and self-sufficient person. With this fashionable theme, every book by E. Lockhart is a must-read for me.

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