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The Lying Game Season 1 Season 1 promotional poster. Recurring cast [ edit ] Adrian Pasdar as Alec Rybak Tyler Christopher as Dan Whitehorse Christian Alexander as Thayer Rybak Randy Wayne as Justin Miller Charisma Carpenter as Annie "Rebecca" Sewell Ben Elliott as Derek Rogers Adam Brooks as Baz Misha Crosby as Ryan Harwell Rick Malambri as Eduardo Diaz Sydney Barrosse as Phyllis Chamberlin Guest cast [ edit ] Stacy Edwards as Annie Hobbs Gil Birmingham as Ben Whitehorse Kenneth Miller as Travis Boyle Dora Madison Burge as Lexi Samuels Jennifer Griffin as Dr.
Hughes Yara Martinez as Theresa Lopez Craig Nigh as Officer Harry Katherine Willis as Nancy Rogers. From episode 11 onwards, she is no longer credited.
From episode 11 through to episode 12, she is credited as a guest star and episode 13 onwards, she is no longer credited.
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Mark Piznarski. Prior to the events that occurred in the pilot, Emma Becker and Sutton Mercer found out that they were identical twins that were separated at birth.
Sutton was adopted by a wealthy family at a young age. Emma was placed in the foster care system her whole life. After her foster brother, Travis, frames her for stealing from her foster mother, Emma goes on the run and decides to meet up with Sutton.
Already having leads on their birth parents, Sutton wants to go to Los Angeles and find more information about them, convincing Emma to take her place for the next few days.
In Sutton's place, Emma manages to slightly confuse the Mercers although they don't suspect a thing and break up with Sutton's cheating "fake" boyfriend.
Along the way, Emma meets Ethan, Sutton's secret boyfriend who soon figures out her secret. After Sutton mysteriously doesn't show up at their scheduled meeting place, they both agree to continue the charade until Sutton returns.
Someone breaks into Sutton's room and steals her laptop. A scene is then shown of Sutton, sitting in a car, listening to the radio. The car door suddenly opens and Sutton lets out a gasp.
Wendey Stanzler. With no word from Sutton, Emma must continue to take her place until she returns from Los Angeles. She also learns of "the lying games", a series of uploaded pranks Sutton and her two best friends used to play.
Emma takes dancing lessons from Ethan to take Sutton's place at an upcoming father-daughter dance. Meanwhile, Laurel becomes suspicious of the new-and-improved Sutton and even gets a bit jealous.
She later catches Emma with Ethan and assumes that Sutton is involved in a relationship with him. Emma defends Sutton's best friends, including standing up for Char against her over-the-top mother and starts to bond with them.
At the dance, Emma as Sutton is thrown into a fight with Madeline and her drunk father, resulting in Ethan slamming him against a wall as a way of defending Emma.
At home, Sutton's mother finds Emma's cell phone and confusingly answers a call from her foster brother, asking for an "Emma". Later, Sutton video-chats Emma, telling her that she has faced a few setbacks in L.
Sutton also discovers that Ethan has found out about Emma, whom she had never spoken to him about. As she logs off, it is shown that Sutton is actually working with Thayer, Madeline's brother who's trying to make it in L.
Laurel tells her parents about Sutton and Ethan after her father becomes suspicious of him after what happened at the dance and they go upstairs to confront her about it, only to find that Ethan was in her room.
At the end of the episode, it is revealed that Madeline's father was behind the theft of Sutton's laptop, meaning that he also has some secrets of his own.
Michael Grossman. After the Mercers find out that Sutton is dating Ethan, Emma as Sutton suggests that he come for dinner so that they could get to know him better.
Ethan reluctantly agrees and they both decide to keep the relationship private. Laurel meets a new guy in town, Justin and quickly falls for him.
Later at school, Char also meets Justin in the hallway and 'calls dibs' on him, a term Sutton coined that is used to reserve boys.
It is obvious that Justin has feelings for Laurel, but because of Char, Laurel is forced to stepped back and she seeks advice from Sutton, who wouldn't normally be helpful in this type of situation.
Meanwhile in Los Angeles, Sutton and Thayer find Ruth Peterson, who was listed as Sutton and Emma's birth mother on their birth certificate and find out that she was paid to sign the papers, telling them that she isn't their real mother.
Ruth also lets them know that both Sutton and Emma were adopted into wealthy families before she lost contact with them. They go on to find the Websters, Emma's former adoptive parents.
They are then informed that while the Websters did in fact adopt Emma, a woman claiming to be Ruth came back for her and they had to legally hand her over.
Sutton and Thayer begin to suspect that the Mercers knew something was going on all along. At the Mercer family dinner, Dan unexpectedly drops by to take Ethan home, saying that it was a family emergency.
It turns out that Madeline's father's accomplice had framed Ethan for stealing Sutton's laptop. Because of this, Emma no longer knows who she can trust and begins to doubt her bond with Ethan.
When they return to Thayer's place, Sutton and Thayer find out that the house had been broken into and that the laptop had been used. When the screen zooms out, it is revealed that Thayer's father is in L.
At Char's party, Justin tells Sutton that he likes Laurel, and Sutton gives him her address since Laurel planned on staying home that night. He later shows up at her door and Laurel agrees to go on a date.
Emma goes to apologize to Ethan and they share a romantic moment, although they pull back because Ethan was supposed to be in love with the real Sutton, not Emma.
Back at the Mercer house, Sutton video-chats with Emma and shows Emma a picture of her as a baby, with her birth mother, a photo which was given to Sutton by Mr.
David Jackson. Mark Driscoll. During a nightly run, Emma runs into Alec, who seems to have been following her, and he offers her a ride home.
Alec tells Ted that he needs to keep an eye on her to prevent her from finding out any sort of information. Meanwhile, Char seems to believe that Sutton, Mads, and herself are drifting apart as best friends: Sutton sides with Laurel when it comes to who should date Justin and Mads is having a secret affair with her ballet instructor without telling her.
This sudden paranoia comes from Nisha, who after joining ballet at her tennis coach's request, tries to break up their friendship.
Back in L. Start your review of The Lying Game. The Lying Game is a slow burning psychological thriller about four friends who are bound together by lies.
There are 5 rules to the game: TELL A LIE, STICK TO YOUR STORY, DON'T GET CAUGHT, NEVER LIE TO EACH OTHER, KNOW WHEN TO STOP LYING.
After a horrible event occurs leading to the expulsion of the liars, the game ends but the girls never stop lying. They make a pact to never share what really happened, and keep the secret buried for 17 years.
Switch to the present, and Isa is a 32 year old attorney living in London with her newborn daughter, Freya, and partner, Owen.
Kate, Isa, Thea and Fatima reunite, desperate to keep their secret under wraps. It soon becomes apparent that one of them has broken perhaps the most pivotal rule: NEVER LIE TO EACH OTHER.
Isa shares a lot about how things used to be, and while the narrative shifts to the past we only get small glimpses of the friends time together, which hindered my ability to really get a full picture of their friendship.
This is one of the reasons I had trouble with this book. While it's very well-written, there was something lacking for me.
Often, I was bored--but this might be because I figured out the mystery super early on. I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
View all comments. Four high school friends now in their thirties reunite after a terrible shared secret threatens to emerge and shatter their peaceful lives.
The Lying Game is awful - looks like Ruth Ware is Four high school friends now in their thirties reunite after a terrible shared secret threatens to emerge and shatter their peaceful lives.
The Lying Game is awful - looks like Ruth Ware is a one-hit wonder! I guess what they did is morally questionable but I thought it was going to be much, much worse than it was.
Ware wastes more time on the impossibly mundane life of Isa, our narrator, who has boring quarrels with her husband - this, like too many passages clogging the narrative what did having a baby add exactly?
The mystery itself is flimsy at best. No aspect of The Lying Game was interesting or worth reading. View all 3 comments. Sep 27, Miranda Reads rated it it was ok Shelves: audiobook.
They had a game - a wild, hilarious and crazy game - that bonded these girls together. The biggest rule? Stick to your lie.
A lie can outlast any truth. They awarded points based off of the most outrageous lie, who believed them and if they ever had to give up the truth.
They were young, and wild, and free Something happened th 2. Something happened that night Now, years later, they can barely look each other in the eye but if one of them calls for help, they all come running.
Because some lies Make the most of our lives, for the sake of the people who gave theirs. Overall, it was good, but not that good.
So, for the most part, I enjoyed this one. It was fun to piece together the puzzle and Ware scattered enough clues to keep me interested in the plot.
However and this is a BIG however , this is the third novel of Ware's where the plot completely circles around hiding the truth for no apparent reason But instead, they all have to lie, lie and lie some more which ends up stretching a relatively uncomplicated secret into a full-length novel.
It's just frustrating that Ware is leaning on this lying crutch for the third novel in a row. And for some reason , we are constantly using this hugely and uselessly poetical language throughout the novel - which makes everything three times longer!
I close my eyes, listening to the sound of the past, imagining myself back into the skin of the girl I once was, a girl whose friends were still around her, whose mistakes were ahead of her Oh good lawd girl, get to the point already!
Audiobook Comments Read by Imogen Church and am I the only one struggling with the audio? Church provides an excellent narration It's so similar that I actually forget which novel I'm in!
View all 35 comments. Jul 24, Felice Laverne rated it really liked it Shelves: netgalley , brit-fic , author-liked-review-on-twitter , reviewed-on-amazon , cozy-thriller , read , full-review , contemporary-fiction.
Once a place of refuge and harbor, the Reach has turned into a silent stomping ground for their greatest fears and will forever be a magnet of both dread and longing for each of the women in this sisterhood.
Kate, Thea, Fatima and Isa share a secret that bonds them together tighter than blood ever could. And it starts and ends with the Reach.
The gentle suspense here was wonderful, but even it was heightened and magnified like a fly under a magnifying glass by the camaraderie that held these four unlikely friends together nearly 20 years after that fateful night—you could feel their anxieties, mistrust and the burn of their lies scorching your very skin as you read on.
Ware swirled so much unexpected goodness into these pages that I was amazed at her deftness and insight. This glimpse into their world was so much more than just that—it was the peeling back of the layers of humanity within ourselves and at the lengths that we will go to protect one of our own.
The town of Salten was embedded in true English culture, making the characters all leap to life on the pages, the values of this tight-knit society playing an important role in the unfolding of events.
How dare you judge me? I do what I have to do to sleep at night. So do you, apparently. Ruth Ware gave her readers a phenomenal roller coaster of twists and turns.
I thoroughly enjoyed this novel and would be happy to read more from this author any day! The setting was palpable, the sisterhood and kinship of these women SO relatable.
The camaraderie was palpable, lifelike, believable and touching. There was no bow-tie happy ending here and I respected that, yearned for that, in fact.
Ware had the guts to not put a ribbon on it for us, and her readers can only revere her for that. I loved every moment of reading this novel and I'm definitely a Ruth Ware fan from here on out.
The Lying Game easily earned itself a very strong 4 stars. I reserve that for the absolutely breath-taking works of writing, and this was not quite that, though it was exceptionally well done!
View all 24 comments. This is an atmospheric and eerie psychological thriller from Ruth Ware. Take four teenage schoolfriends who set up a group that vies to create the most outlandish lies that they can get others to believe, and what you have is a recipe for potentially horrifying outcomes.
This is exactly what the author does, creating two time lines when something terrible happens that results in the four girls being expelled from their school, although this does not stop them from lying.
Their one proviso is tha This is an atmospheric and eerie psychological thriller from Ruth Ware. Their one proviso is that they must tell the truth to one another, however, when you specialise in lying, that may be a bit of a tall order.
In the present, the four friends have not seen each other in years. Isa is now a 32 year old lawyer, with a partner, Owen, and baby daughter, Freya, she is a woman with everything to lose.
She gets a text from Kate saying that she needs her. The narrative is delivered from Isa's perspective, filling us in on their past and what is now happening in the present.
Isa rushes to Kate, and they are joined by Thea and Fatima, they are tense and disturbed at the possibility that the secret that they have kept for seventeen years is about to emerge.
We are slowly taken back to their schooldays at Salten, a boarding school. We see their relationships build, and how their group was set up.
Their Lying Game, which seemed so much fun at the time, creates divisions and isolates others, and the locals are none too happy either. Then the awful event occurs and they lie their way through that.
Are their secrets from the past now set to emerge? This is a beautifully written novel with both suspense and twists.
However, whilst we do get a clear idea of the characters of Kate and Isa, we are left more in the dark about Thea and Fatima, which is a shame.
A great read that focuses on the issues of love, deception, trust and relationships. However, whilst I derived enjoyment from reading it, it did have too many strong echoes of her book, In a Dark Dark Wood.
I hope the author does not keep repeating the same motifs in her future books and finds new territory to explore. Many thanks to Random House Vintage for an ARC.
View all 27 comments. The Turn of the Key : 5-stars 2. The Lying Game : 4. One by One : 4-stars 4. The Death of Mrs. Westaway : 4-stars 5.
In a Dark, Dark Wood : 3. The Woman in Cabin 10 : 3-stars When Isa Wilde receives a text message from her dear friend, Kate, that states, ' I need you' , Isa packs her bag, her infant daughter and boards a train.
No questions asked. Her destination, the remote, idyllic coastal town of Salten. There she is reunited with her ole' boarding school chums: Kate, Fatima and Thea.
Think Mean Girls but nastier. Recently, a local Salten woman, out walking her dog comes across a bone, most likely human, and Kate is petrified of what the repercussions of this find may be.
She calls her old friends because they are the only ones, besides herself, who know the truth behind the bone. They have a secret. A dark secret that they have been hiding for many years, but as we all know, secrets very seldom stay buried forever.
I have previously read two of Ware's books, The Woman in Cabin 10 and The Death of Mrs. I can easily say I enjoyed this one the most out of the three.
I think basically it boils down to the fact that boarding school stories are my jam. The fact that this had a present day timeline, weaved together with flashbacks of boarding school days, was perfect for me.
I love boarding schools, I love mean girls fictionally and I love secrets that won't stay secret. It was like this story was made for me.
I know it won't be for everyone, I can tell that from the ratings After I finished The Woman in Cabin 10, I took all of Ware's other books off my TBR, so I am super glad that I, on a whim, decided to give this one a try.
Lesson Learned: Never give up on an author, every work is different and everything deserves an honest try. View all 6 comments. Aug 27, Carol Bookaria rated it it was amazing Shelves: , fiction , mistery-thriller , top A story of female friendship, lies and deceit.
This one had my heart pumping till the very end and I'm glad to see Ruth Ware delivering again. The book tells the story of four friends who met in a boarding school when they were teenagers.
They played "the lying game" until something happened and they were withdrawn from the school. The novel takes place in London and also in an English coastal town.
The story is narrated by Isa W A story of female friendship, lies and deceit. The story is narrated by Isa Wilde , one of the four friends and alternates between the present and the past.
Also, the book is more character than plot-driven and is engaging, riveting, and chilling. Review posted on blog. FINAL NOTE : whenever I pictured the English boarding school then Hogwarts came to mind.
Don't ask me why, it just did. View all 39 comments. Rule one: Tell a lie Four young girls all sent by their parents to a boarding school for various issues.
They quickly form strong bonds, becoming inseparable. Their favorite form of amusement? The lying game. Rule two: Stick to your story How far can you take a lie?
Everyone has to stay on the same page — or it will all unravel! There is so much more on the line now. Rule four: Never lie to each other Can the four women really trust each other?
Who has the most to lose? The premise of this book sounded fantastic. Unfortunately this one just fell flat for me.
I had difficulty connecting with the characters and actually found a few of them downright annoying!
Just too slow without any real surprises or reward along the way. It might work for you! I hope it does!! The best part for me - my reading experience with my Traveling Sisters Brenda and Susanne!
View all 53 comments. Jun 27, Julie rated it really liked it Shelves: crime , gallery-books , , e-book , edelweiss-review. The Lying Game by Ruth Ware is a Gallery Scout publication.
This latest thriller, by Ruth Ware, is an all- consuming, riveting tale, full of mind games and edgy suspense. Isabel, Kate, Fatima, and Thea became fast friends while attending Salten boarding school, as teenagers.
But, ironically, their practice of lying came in handy, when they found themselves involved in a scandal The Lying Game by Ruth Ware is a Gallery Scout publication.
But, ironically, their practice of lying came in handy, when they found themselves involved in a scandal that forced them out of the school. Now, as adults, the women have moved on with their lives the best way they can, but they all live in fear of the day they will be summoned back to Salten to answer for their crimes.
That day has finally arrived. Ware had me on edge right from the start and kept me there until I crossed the finish line.
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August 12, November 28, July 10, October 22, January 9,Overall, it was a good read for me and I had a good time with it, Split (Film) you enjoy it as well! It premiered on ABC Irene Epple Waigel on August 15,and ended on March 12, BOOKS A MILLION. Bus Driver 1 episode, So when a tattoo sparks a memory about Sutton, Ethan Buddy In Hongkong Stream an explanation. 41 rows · The first season of The Lying Game, based on the book series of the same name by . ‘The Lying Game’ tells the story of four women, now in their thirties, but held together by a terrible mistake they made back when they were at boarding school together. I’m often asked whether I went to boarding school myself, and whether the . An unexpected visitor threatens Emma and Sutton. The Lying Game. To Lie For S2: E10 45 min TV L, V. The charity gala turns into a feud between Rebecca and the Mercer family as Emma and Sutton try to end the lies. Identical twins Emma and Sutton might look the same, but their lives couldn't be more different.