Dreamers Often Lie

By Jacqueline West

New York Times bestselling writer Jacqueline West makes her YA debut during this Shakespeare-inspired novel for fanatics of Holly Black and Laini Taylor

"If you really liked the trippy hallucinations of Black Swan, you may be mesmerized through Jacqueline West's eerie new YA romance."—Entertainment Weekly

Who are you able to belief in the event you cannot belief yourself?

Jaye wakes up from a skiiing twist of fate with a fractured cranium, a dazzling headache, and her grip on fact sliding into fable. decided to come back to her starring position within the university construction of A Midsummer Night's Dream, Jaye lies to her sister, her mother, her medical professionals. She's fantastic, she says. She's fine. If someone knew the truth—that hallucinations of Shakespeare and his characters have her from her health center mattress to the highschool halls—it could all be over. She's virtually coping with to tug off the act while Romeo exhibits up in her anatomy classification. And it seems that he is one hundred pc genuine. all of sudden Jaye has to select from mendacity to each person else and mendacity to herself.

Troubled via this magnetic boy, a long-lost buddy grew to become fresh love curiosity, and the darkest elements of her family's earlier, Jaye's lifestyles tangles with Shakespeare's most famed performs until eventually she cannot inform the place the reality ends and pretending starts off. quickly, mystery conferences and dizzying first kisses collapse to extra harmful issues. How a lot is actual, how a lot is in Jaye's head, and what kind of does it topic as she flies towards a destiny over which she turns out to don't have any keep watch over?

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Do you're thinking that mother and that i don’t suppose undesirable sufficient for making you decide on us? ” she demanded. “Do you think that I don’t believe negative for even suggesting it within the first position? ” “No. ” I made my tone milder. “I recognize you are feeling undesirable. ” For a beat, we studied our reflections. My tanned, shiny-haired sister. Softer, paler, shorter me, now with an incredible zipper of scar tissue on my brow. Sadie shook her head. “I rather notion you'll have got over it by means of now. ” “Over what? ” “The little-kid, drama-queen stuff.

Simply sooner than me, a bit farther down the aisle, I stuck the glint of a fairy’s wing. Hamlet’s define shivered within the shadows. “Whither wilt thou lead me? ” he whispered as I wandered earlier. I his eyes to the tip of the aisle. An empty degree was once ready. Empty level. Empty level. My ft thumped up the wood steps. Trunks of timber, faint and misty, shaped a backdrop. Dusty crimson curtains hung open to each side. I crossed slowly to middle degree. The beams of dual spotlights came upon me. For a moment, i used to be blinded, every thing round me washed away in a flood of bleary white.

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I stood up and strode around the stone flooring to the gate. It was once locked, its heavy bars bolted in position. “Romeo! ” I known as up the stairs. “Paris! cease struggling with! She’s no longer really useless! ” Shakespeare hadn’t moved. He watched me from the red sofa, his face calm. “They can’t listen you. ” I overlooked him. “Hey! ” I yelled. “Anybody! I’m down the following! ” My voice rang up the staircase. The clanking from above received louder. Now there has been one other sound underneath it—a deep rumbling, like whatever large and heavy commencing to cave in.

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