League of Liars by Astrid Scholte


In this fantasy thriller, four teens charged with murder and the illegal use of magic band together to devise the ultimate jailbreak. Perfect for fans of Six of Crows and How to Get Away with Murder.

Ever since his mother was killed, seventeen-year-old Cayder Broduck has had one goal–to see illegal users of magic brought to justice. People who carelessly use extradimensional magic for their own self-interest, without a care to the damage it does to society or those around them, deserve to be punished as far as Cayder is concerned. Because magic always has a price. So when Cayder lands a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to apprentice under a premier public defender, he takes it. If he can learn all the tricks of public defense, the better he’ll be able to dismantle defense arguments when he’s a prosecutor. Then he’ll finally be able to make sure justice is served.

But when he meets the three criminals he’s supposed to defend, it no longer seems so black and white. They’re teenagers, like him, and their stories are . . . complicated, like his. Vardean, the prison where Cayder’s new clients are incarcerated, also happens to be at the very heart of the horrible tear in the veil between their world and another dimension–where all magic comes from.

League of Liars is a dark and twisty mystery set in a richly-drawn world where nothing is as it seems, rife with magic, villains and danger.

My Review:

Welcome to a prison, where you can’t trust anyone.

Cayder I did like the book so much. He deals with so much in the beginning. Now he going behind his father’s back to work in a prison. Things are not what they seem in this prison, when he sees his sister getting put in there. Now he must break the rules and team up unlikely allies to save his sister.

League of Liars was such a awesome read. Sp many characters to fall in love with. Of course you can’t really trust anyone, since they all hiding something. Also I’m in love with the skull cover of the book. It pretty neat how the whole story is set in a prison most of the time. It was something different for me and I enjoyed it. This book was so much and love all the characters interact with other.

League of Liar recently came out, check it out.

Happy Reading!!!!!

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