Book Review-Liar-Liar

Liar Liar


James Patterson


Candice Fox


Co-authored by Candice Fox, James Patterson’s Liar, Liar, features Detective Harriet Blue who is bent on avenging the death of her brother, Sam.  In Blue’s mind the death of serial killer and nemesis Regan Banks was the only way to avenge Sam’s death.  She chases, or rather follows Banks’ instructions as he directs her movements around Sydney, prior to a rather uninspiring finale.  With all murder mysteries there are the usual expected and unexpected twists in Liar Liar

As with Fifty, Fifty, narrator, Federay Holmes, did not in my opinion, contribute to a positive audio experience with her Liar Liar narration.  All her character voices sounded tired and disinterested in their part of the investigation.  Not only disinterested but all had very similar voices and it was difficult to keep track of who was actually talking and whether they were angry or happy.

As you can guess Federay Holmes is not my favourite narrator, which is at odds with my wife who thinks she has a great voice for these books.

I have rated

Liar Liar

as aaudio book.


At the time of writing my review

other Goodreads readers had awarded

Liar Liar

an average of 3.86 stars

from 8,182 ratings

and 703 reviews.


Liar Liar

can be purchased on-line at 

Booktopia, Fishpond and Amazon




For this week’s Celestial post I have focussed

on our satellite…the Moon

Moonset out our back door and through

the neighbour’s trees.


Blood moon or not clouds were

obscuring the shot that night.

One of my favourite moon images

Moonset behind the neighbours trees

as it came out of my camera.

My all time favourite moon image.

Handheld 500mm Sigma lens

on Nikon D90 or D7100








a point of time as in hours and minutes
past midnight or noon.




Time can be measured by hour glasses…

…Clock with roman numerals…


…clocks made in far away countries…


Rhineland’s Cuckoo Clock Factory

has carved wooden figurines

dancing around to mark

the hour and half hour.


And again the

Flinders Street Clocks

mark the time of the next train

on each line passing through

the Station.



One Word Sunday Challenge:...Time