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The Liar (1991)

by Stephen Fry, Stephen Fry

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Witty, often amusing, sometimes a bit much ... this novel is Stephen Fry between two covers. Believe nothing and no one, at least not for very long. ( )
  JBD1 | Apr 15, 2016 |
Stephen Fry warns you that everything in the book is a lie. But you get carried away as he reads the book with voices that make you believe you are hearing the characters. Fun book and leaves you pondering issues as well. Thoroughly enjoyed. ( )
  EleniK | Dec 25, 2015 |
Stephen Fry warns you that everything in the book is a lie. But you get carried away as he reads the book with voices that make you believe you are hearing the characters. Fun book and leaves you pondering issues as well. Thoroughly enjoyed. ( )
  EleniK | Dec 25, 2015 |
Stephen Fry warns you that everything in the book is a lie. But you get carried away as he reads the book with voices that make you believe you are hearing the characters. Fun book and leaves you pondering issues as well. Thoroughly enjoyed. ( )
  EleniK | Dec 25, 2015 |
Brilliant, wordy, sometimes disgusting, a very good read. ( )
  SpikeSix | Nov 4, 2015 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 156947012X, Paperback)

An irresistible novel by multi-talented Stephen Fry, author, film and television star, playwright and newspaper columnist.

"The spirits of Oscar Wilde and Evelyn Waugh glower benignly over this very funny first novel . . . An ingenious plot filled with surprises and glittering with hilarious, often indecent inventions."—The New York Times Book Review

"Transforms the sophomoric into the sophisticated."—Los Angeles Times

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Adrian Healy loves to lie, and already in his public school career, marked by privilege and pederasty, he had lost the ability to differentiate between simple truth and his elaborate fictions.

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