Reviewed by Cheyenne H. (age 12)
This book is about a girl named Jordan and how one little fib that she told turns into a big mess. This fib is not just any fib this is a lie that changes her whole life. Jordan is a very wise girl she just needs to learn how to control her lies. When she tells all her friends that she has a boyfriend they all want to meet him. Do you think that her friends will meet?
This book reminds me of a time I told my mom I was going to the beach and went to my friend's house instead. My mom has always told me that I need to tell her when I go somewhere else. This book also reminds me of my little cousin because I am always telling lies to cover him because of how strict his parents are. I remember the time that his cousin, Colten, and I had to take him away from his parents because they got so mad at him for not cleaning his room up.
When reading this book you might get a little frustrated while reading it. When I read this book I wanted to reach into the book and knock some sense into Jordan, because she is such a lier. She is making up a new lie every day telling her friends lies. This is probably the most worst kind of lie that you would want to tell because it can cause you to lose a lot of friends. Doing this might make people very mad at you. Jordan is always telling her friends a new lie and each time she tells a lie she is getting into a bigger mess, which gets her into a bigger mess that is not the best thing to do when you are already in a mess. I would recommend that this book is only read by grades six and up because of the content of the book.