Book review: Genuine Fraud by E. Lockhart

This book was an awesome short and entertaining read. The plot has some nice twists and turns that you wouldn’t expect! I would give this book a 3 out of 5. It’s a little disorganized and perhaps it is because it is an Arc and not the final book but it was short enough to spend a few hours reading when I was bored. 

  1. The book follows Jule West Williams who at first seems like some interesting spy or an international traveler on a top secret mission but as the story goes on we learn about her a little too much. It was easy to fall for her character and I even liked her character because she makes you feel sad for her. She has lost her bestfriend, her parents are not around and she is just alone in the world. Jule is a smart and manipulative person that will keep you guessing throughout the book. 


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