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An accomplished psychiatrist named Veronica Kwan Lewis was running from an unknown danger. Veronica found herself in Nevada, where a vehicle hit her, causing memory loss. She had retrograde amnesia that wiped out the last nine years of her life. Veronica only remembered being a student at NYU and her best friend. Detectives also turned up at the hospital to tell Veronica of her husband’s murder, and that she was a prime suspect. Veronica did not know who she was in the present, and the only friend she could recall wanted nothing to do with her. Alone and with no one to trust, Veronica must unveil the truth and secrets within the last nine years of her life or risk jail time. Enjoy Last Liar Standing by Danielle M. Wong.
Last Liar Standing by Danielle M. Wong is a fast-paced and captivating novel that I couldn’t put down. This fantastic page-turner showcased manipulation, greed, and life lessons. I also loved the unique plot and unpredictable yet realistic storyline. The character development was brilliant. I connected with Abby the most because her predicament with Veronica was relatable. We often get so carried away by the new lives we make outside our circles that we forget those who held us back until trouble comes calling. Veronica’s situation with Cheryl was also an eye-opener. Sometimes, it is better to idolize people from afar because getting close will expose you to secrets and darkness about these idols that you can't handle. Wesley was a shocker, and I didn’t expect that twist. The enemy is always within. Congrats to Danielle, a talented writer, for writing this beautiful book.