Lies. There are the lies you tell others, the lies you tell to keep someone safe, the white lies, and the lies you tell yourself.
A lie is like a piece of glue. It sticks and no matter how hard you poke and prod it will never give. A lie is a piece of glue in the brain. You can try and try but it will never leave. But yet again, maybe you don’t want it to leave.
After a while you think it gone, but it’s not gone. It has become you, part of your identity. It molds to you forever. You use it like a shield; protection against others. Against yourself.
But what happens to the girl who knows it all? The girl who knows all the lies you are hiding?
Now, being hunted down and tortured for simply knowing lies, Emily Shaw has learnt one thing:
She cannot afford to sub come to the weakness inside. She cannot afford to be blinded by the faults of others and herself.
In a town plagued by lies, how will she ever survive?