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Cat has always been the perfect girl next door. Thoughtful friend. Supportive girlfriend. Surrogate mother to her three younger siblings, a great help to her dad since her mum died. But now Cat’s facing some major dilemmas. A game of Truth, Dare, Kiss or Promise lands her in hot water when she’s asked about a secret she can’t reveal. On top of this, she doesn’t want to hurt her boyfriend by telling him the truth, but she knows it’s over between them. Is it right to tell lies to keep the peace? Can the truth be too hurtful? As she tries to resolve these dilemmas, Cat learns a lot about life, herself and other people…

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781853409677

Condition

New

UK edition

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  1. Safa, Book Club Review Team
    on 5 September 2011

    Pretty cool!

    I really liked White Lies, it was such a fascinating book to read. I stayed up til late reading it, I couldn’t put it down! My favourite character was Becca because she stuck by her friend and when Cat was in the wrong, she understood Cat. My worst character was Ollie because his character was annoying and he used people. I think Squidge was really cool and nice to give Cat that really nice bracelet.

    I liked the book, so I might borrow the rest of the Truth, Dare, Kiss, Promise Series. It was pretty cool! I think this book is 10/10 and I really like Cathy Hopkins. I think she’s a great author.

    This book was fascinating and was really exciting! It sort of sometimes went on a cliff-hanger which was cool!

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    cowmoo1170
    on 3 March 2012

    I loved this book. I think it is easy but with a more adult text so I would rate this 11+

    4out of 5