Summer's new novel is Trust Me, I'm Lying.
Recently I asked the author about what she was reading. Her reply:
Being a debut author, I've been gorging myself on other 2014 debut-author books this year. The one I'm currently (re)reading is Illusive by Emily Lloyd-Jones. Similarly to Trust Me, I'm Lying, it features a girl con artist as the protagonist, but there the similarity ends. Illusive takes place in a near future world where a virus has decimated the population, and the vaccine that saved the remainder has left a small percentage of people with supernatural abilities, like levitation, telepathy, and invisibility. There's so much to love about this book, but what I love most is the expert way the author has woven the characters together in the type of tight bond that all the best heist movies have. It's action-packed and heart-wrenching and has kept me up way past my bedtime on several occasions.Visit Mary Elizabeth Summer's website.
The Page 69 Test: Trust Me, I'm Lying.