Sometimes I Lie is my pick for the summer page-turner of 2018. I am shocked at how much this book—a book essentially titled Unreliable Narrator Tells a Story—surprised me.
Trapped in her comatose body, Amber Reynolds struggles to piece together her path to the hospital. As she regains consciousness, a twisted (if not slightly predictable) story cast with shady characters unfolds. Feeney delivers tropes like the unstable narrator and her unloving husband, an ineffectual police investigation, and a timeline that soft-fades into the past courtesy of a mysterious diary.
Try to guess who landed Amber in the hospital, but clear your afternoon of appointments once you hit the second half of the book.