The Lying Game

By Sara Shepard
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The Lying Game is an upcoming drama television series set to air on ABC Family. The show The Lying Game is based on a series of novels of the same name by Sara Shepard. The network green-lighted the series in February 2011, with an August 15 premiere planned.
New York Times bestselling author Sara Shepard‘s new series The Lying Game, published December 7th 2010, weaves a mystery of long-lost twins, mistaken identities, a duplicitous circle of friends, and cold-blooded murder. Combining juicy plot lines, to-die-for lifestyles, a tangled web of friendship and romance, magnetic characters, and sharp-witted narration from the afterlife, The Lying Game is an alluring cross between Pretty Little Liars and The Lovely Bones.
Foster kid Emma Paxton has only just discovered Sutton Mercer, the wealthy twin sister she never knew she had, when Sutton drops off the face of the earth, asking Emma to cover for her at home, school, and with her friends—just for a few days. At first Emma enjoys trying on her sister’s fabulous life: her fiercely loyal friends, her adoring boyfriend, her close-knit family. But as Emma is drawn deeper into Sutton’s world she finds the friends are not so fabulous, the boyfriend is not who she wants to be with, and the family is clinging to long-buried secrets and a veneer of functionality. And worst of all, Sutton may not be coming back. In fact, someone may have made sure she never could…and that someone knows Emma is not who she claims to be. Emma will need all her wits to survive The Lying Game.

The Lying Game by Sara Shepard: The Lying Game is the first book to The Lying Game series. The story is about foster child Emma Paxton, who comes to believe she has a twin sister. She goes on Facebook, and sends a message to the girl, Sutton. Sutton writes back saying that they need to meet. However, Sutton is actually dead. Emma goes to the Sobino Canyon, Arizona. While waiting for her sister, she is attacked by a group of people. They take her across the street, and remove the burlap sack over her head. That’s when Emma finds out that it’s just Sutton’s friends playing a prank.
The friends believe that Emma is Sutton, and take her to Nisha’s party. Back at Sutton’s home, Emma still goes on with the charade as being Sutton, since they are identical twins. The next morning, Sutton’s younger sister, Laurel gets a note. She gives the letter to Emma without reading it. The letter says ‘Sutton’s dead, keep playing along’. Emma goes to the police station, however she is not taken seriously because of Sutton’s past lies. When Emma goes to school, Garrett, Sutton’s boyfriend, takes that Emma is Sutton like everyone else. Emma begins liking a boy named Ethan.
Emma learns about a game Sutton and her friends play, ‘The Lying Game‘. An elaborate pranking game. Emma also learns that one day that Sutton’s friends took TLG too far, and almost strangled Sutton. Ethan told Emma that he saved Sutton that night that she almost died so Emma concludes that Sutton died after that incident and anyone could have killed Sutton. Emma runs off with Ethan and he finds out that Emma is pretending to be Sutton, but he promises to keep her secret and help her find the killer. Emma decides to stay and pretend to be Sutton so she can find out who killed her sister. Emma returns to Sutton’s home, celebrating her and Sutton’s birthday. But Emma doesn’t know, Sutton’s murderer is always watching…

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