White Rabbit, Red Wolf

White Rabbit, Red Wolf

Described as The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time meets John le Carre, about a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder who finds himself caught in a web of lies and conspiracies after an assassination attempt on his mother....

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Title:White Rabbit, Red Wolf
Author:Tom Pollock
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Genres:Young Adult

White Rabbit, Red Wolf Reviews

  • Kelly
    Aug 28, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

  • Carole
    Sep 26, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

    After reading reviews promising me that the less I knew about this book, the better it would be, I was of course expecting some surprises. So, naturally I spent most of the book thinking there was no way I would be tricked. I had it all figured out. Except I didn't, and Tom Pollock mad...

    If you asked me to tell you what White Rabbit Red Wolf was about, I would really struggle because it is honestly one of the most complex books I?ve ever read. What I could tell you is that this book is all about family, love, mental health, betrayal and so much more. This book is abs...

    This story is a lie. My advice to you: Do not ignore the title. This book was absolutely wow. I mean, granted, YA is my favourite genre, but still this book, being a YA thriller still read more like a YA psychological thriller. And it was wow. Did I already say that? I'm sorry.?...

    My Teen Book Club read this and gave it top ratings! Such an original book, with twists and turns that we never expected. This is my Must Read YA Book for 2018. (Being a YA author, I don't leave stars for YA books.) ...

    Touted as the new Curious Incident this is a very different book, and I think if you go into it expecting a lovable main character trying to make sense of the world around him you may be disappointed. Peter is a mathematical genius. He uses maths to manage his extreme anxiety, and is ...

    Wow, this sent me all over the place. Thrilling and unpredictable. Not sure about that end, though. ...

    That ending is the best and the worst thing at the same time! I don?t know what I?m thinking right now. My mind is blown away, I guess... ...

    *4.5 Stars* This was incredible. I don't even know where to start. I don't want to say anything about the plot because diving in without knowing anything really worked for me. SO many twists, and I saw none coming... Incredible characters. An amazing story, an amazing book. ...

    I cannot write a long review for this book. Not because it isn't good, it really is, but because it'd be so easy for me to spoil something if I did. White Rabbit, Red Wolf follows the story of a teen with issues. He has an extreme anxiety disorder, but the story is not about tho...

    Woah! That was a trippy thrill ride of a book. As the title suggests you are never quite sure who or what to believe and even on finishing it I'm not quite sure what to think. One heck of a speed racing plot and more twists and turns than a curly wurly this is a YA thriller that could ...

    I received a proof copy of this book from my YA book club at my local Waterstones so thank you to them and Walker books. I don?t usually read YA thrillers but after hearing some great early reviews I was intrigued. The premise of it was great initially but I wasn?t as engaged as...

    A completely heart/head/throat-gripping, twisty joy of a read. Not invested so much in a character in ages. ...

    Astonishing, mind-bending, brilliant!! ...

    I got off the roller coaster that is 'This Story is a Lie' more than 24 hours ago and I'm STILL processing what in the world just happened! This was my first Tom Pollock and I'm officially a fan. This book was non stop changes and intrigue from the very start. The premise is fascin...

    This is a page turner! The story alternates between flashback and 'now', with lots of plot twists as Pete struggles to figure out what is going on in the shady world of spies and secret scientific research that he's been dragged into. From the outset, we know that Pete is a bit excepti...

  • Penelope
    May 08, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

    After reading reviews promising me that the less I knew about this book, the better it would be, I was of course expecting some surprises. So, naturally I spent most of the book thinking there was no way I would be tricked. I had it all figured out. Except I didn't, and Tom Pollock mad...

    If you asked me to tell you what White Rabbit Red Wolf was about, I would really struggle because it is honestly one of the most complex books I?ve ever read. What I could tell you is that this book is all about family, love, mental health, betrayal and so much more. This book is abs...

    This story is a lie. My advice to you: Do not ignore the title. This book was absolutely wow. I mean, granted, YA is my favourite genre, but still this book, being a YA thriller still read more like a YA psychological thriller. And it was wow. Did I already say that? I'm sorry.?...

    My Teen Book Club read this and gave it top ratings! Such an original book, with twists and turns that we never expected. This is my Must Read YA Book for 2018. (Being a YA author, I don't leave stars for YA books.) ...

    Touted as the new Curious Incident this is a very different book, and I think if you go into it expecting a lovable main character trying to make sense of the world around him you may be disappointed. Peter is a mathematical genius. He uses maths to manage his extreme anxiety, and is ...

    Wow, this sent me all over the place. Thrilling and unpredictable. Not sure about that end, though. ...

    That ending is the best and the worst thing at the same time! I don?t know what I?m thinking right now. My mind is blown away, I guess... ...

    *4.5 Stars* This was incredible. I don't even know where to start. I don't want to say anything about the plot because diving in without knowing anything really worked for me. SO many twists, and I saw none coming... Incredible characters. An amazing story, an amazing book. ...

    I cannot write a long review for this book. Not because it isn't good, it really is, but because it'd be so easy for me to spoil something if I did. White Rabbit, Red Wolf follows the story of a teen with issues. He has an extreme anxiety disorder, but the story is not about tho...

    Woah! That was a trippy thrill ride of a book. As the title suggests you are never quite sure who or what to believe and even on finishing it I'm not quite sure what to think. One heck of a speed racing plot and more twists and turns than a curly wurly this is a YA thriller that could ...

  • Amy Plum
    Sep 24, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

    After reading reviews promising me that the less I knew about this book, the better it would be, I was of course expecting some surprises. So, naturally I spent most of the book thinking there was no way I would be tricked. I had it all figured out. Except I didn't, and Tom Pollock mad...

    If you asked me to tell you what White Rabbit Red Wolf was about, I would really struggle because it is honestly one of the most complex books I?ve ever read. What I could tell you is that this book is all about family, love, mental health, betrayal and so much more. This book is abs...

    This story is a lie. My advice to you: Do not ignore the title. This book was absolutely wow. I mean, granted, YA is my favourite genre, but still this book, being a YA thriller still read more like a YA psychological thriller. And it was wow. Did I already say that? I'm sorry.?...

    My Teen Book Club read this and gave it top ratings! Such an original book, with twists and turns that we never expected. This is my Must Read YA Book for 2018. (Being a YA author, I don't leave stars for YA books.) ...

  • Kirsty
    Jan 07, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

    After reading reviews promising me that the less I knew about this book, the better it would be, I was of course expecting some surprises. So, naturally I spent most of the book thinking there was no way I would be tricked. I had it all figured out. Except I didn't, and Tom Pollock mad...

    If you asked me to tell you what White Rabbit Red Wolf was about, I would really struggle because it is honestly one of the most complex books I?ve ever read. What I could tell you is that this book is all about family, love, mental health, betrayal and so much more. This book is abs...

    This story is a lie. My advice to you: Do not ignore the title. This book was absolutely wow. I mean, granted, YA is my favourite genre, but still this book, being a YA thriller still read more like a YA psychological thriller. And it was wow. Did I already say that? I'm sorry.?...

    My Teen Book Club read this and gave it top ratings! Such an original book, with twists and turns that we never expected. This is my Must Read YA Book for 2018. (Being a YA author, I don't leave stars for YA books.) ...

    Touted as the new Curious Incident this is a very different book, and I think if you go into it expecting a lovable main character trying to make sense of the world around him you may be disappointed. Peter is a mathematical genius. He uses maths to manage his extreme anxiety, and is ...

    Wow, this sent me all over the place. Thrilling and unpredictable. Not sure about that end, though. ...

    That ending is the best and the worst thing at the same time! I don?t know what I?m thinking right now. My mind is blown away, I guess... ...

    *4.5 Stars* This was incredible. I don't even know where to start. I don't want to say anything about the plot because diving in without knowing anything really worked for me. SO many twists, and I saw none coming... Incredible characters. An amazing story, an amazing book. ...

    I cannot write a long review for this book. Not because it isn't good, it really is, but because it'd be so easy for me to spoil something if I did. White Rabbit, Red Wolf follows the story of a teen with issues. He has an extreme anxiety disorder, but the story is not about tho...

  • Dahlia
    Jul 13, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

    After reading reviews promising me that the less I knew about this book, the better it would be, I was of course expecting some surprises. So, naturally I spent most of the book thinking there was no way I would be tricked. I had it all figured out. Except I didn't, and Tom Pollock mad...

    If you asked me to tell you what White Rabbit Red Wolf was about, I would really struggle because it is honestly one of the most complex books I?ve ever read. What I could tell you is that this book is all about family, love, mental health, betrayal and so much more. This book is abs...

    This story is a lie. My advice to you: Do not ignore the title. This book was absolutely wow. I mean, granted, YA is my favourite genre, but still this book, being a YA thriller still read more like a YA psychological thriller. And it was wow. Did I already say that? I'm sorry.?...

    My Teen Book Club read this and gave it top ratings! Such an original book, with twists and turns that we never expected. This is my Must Read YA Book for 2018. (Being a YA author, I don't leave stars for YA books.) ...

    Touted as the new Curious Incident this is a very different book, and I think if you go into it expecting a lovable main character trying to make sense of the world around him you may be disappointed. Peter is a mathematical genius. He uses maths to manage his extreme anxiety, and is ...

    Wow, this sent me all over the place. Thrilling and unpredictable. Not sure about that end, though. ...

    That ending is the best and the worst thing at the same time! I don?t know what I?m thinking right now. My mind is blown away, I guess... ...

    *4.5 Stars* This was incredible. I don't even know where to start. I don't want to say anything about the plot because diving in without knowing anything really worked for me. SO many twists, and I saw none coming... Incredible characters. An amazing story, an amazing book. ...

    I cannot write a long review for this book. Not because it isn't good, it really is, but because it'd be so easy for me to spoil something if I did. White Rabbit, Red Wolf follows the story of a teen with issues. He has an extreme anxiety disorder, but the story is not about tho...

    Woah! That was a trippy thrill ride of a book. As the title suggests you are never quite sure who or what to believe and even on finishing it I'm not quite sure what to think. One heck of a speed racing plot and more twists and turns than a curly wurly this is a YA thriller that could ...

    I received a proof copy of this book from my YA book club at my local Waterstones so thank you to them and Walker books. I don?t usually read YA thrillers but after hearing some great early reviews I was intrigued. The premise of it was great initially but I wasn?t as engaged as...

    A completely heart/head/throat-gripping, twisty joy of a read. Not invested so much in a character in ages. ...

    Astonishing, mind-bending, brilliant!! ...

    I got off the roller coaster that is 'This Story is a Lie' more than 24 hours ago and I'm STILL processing what in the world just happened! This was my first Tom Pollock and I'm officially a fan. This book was non stop changes and intrigue from the very start. The premise is fascin...

    This is a page turner! The story alternates between flashback and 'now', with lots of plot twists as Pete struggles to figure out what is going on in the shady world of spies and secret scientific research that he's been dragged into. From the outset, we know that Pete is a bit excepti...

    Wat een super heftig boek! Dit boek is niet iets wat je zomaar 'even' tussendoor leest, het is een boek waar je focus ook echt bij het verhaal moet liggen. Het is een boek vol puzzels en mysterie maar ook een boek wat emotioneel tot je kan spreken. Misschien zie je de plottwists al van...

    Oh my GOD. I will never, ever be over this book. Ever. It is twisted and messed-up as all hell, and full of math-y brilliance, and the mental health rep is out of this world, and so are the twists and the gore and the thrill and the ending and I just...I have no coherence about this bo...

  • Bridget
    Apr 26, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

  • Figgy
    Jun 27, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

  • Trisha
    Apr 29, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

    After reading reviews promising me that the less I knew about this book, the better it would be, I was of course expecting some surprises. So, naturally I spent most of the book thinking there was no way I would be tricked. I had it all figured out. Except I didn't, and Tom Pollock mad...

    If you asked me to tell you what White Rabbit Red Wolf was about, I would really struggle because it is honestly one of the most complex books I?ve ever read. What I could tell you is that this book is all about family, love, mental health, betrayal and so much more. This book is abs...

    This story is a lie. My advice to you: Do not ignore the title. This book was absolutely wow. I mean, granted, YA is my favourite genre, but still this book, being a YA thriller still read more like a YA psychological thriller. And it was wow. Did I already say that? I'm sorry.?...

    My Teen Book Club read this and gave it top ratings! Such an original book, with twists and turns that we never expected. This is my Must Read YA Book for 2018. (Being a YA author, I don't leave stars for YA books.) ...

    Touted as the new Curious Incident this is a very different book, and I think if you go into it expecting a lovable main character trying to make sense of the world around him you may be disappointed. Peter is a mathematical genius. He uses maths to manage his extreme anxiety, and is ...

    Wow, this sent me all over the place. Thrilling and unpredictable. Not sure about that end, though. ...

  • ThatBookGal
    Jul 27, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

    After reading reviews promising me that the less I knew about this book, the better it would be, I was of course expecting some surprises. So, naturally I spent most of the book thinking there was no way I would be tricked. I had it all figured out. Except I didn't, and Tom Pollock mad...

    If you asked me to tell you what White Rabbit Red Wolf was about, I would really struggle because it is honestly one of the most complex books I?ve ever read. What I could tell you is that this book is all about family, love, mental health, betrayal and so much more. This book is abs...

    This story is a lie. My advice to you: Do not ignore the title. This book was absolutely wow. I mean, granted, YA is my favourite genre, but still this book, being a YA thriller still read more like a YA psychological thriller. And it was wow. Did I already say that? I'm sorry.?...

    My Teen Book Club read this and gave it top ratings! Such an original book, with twists and turns that we never expected. This is my Must Read YA Book for 2018. (Being a YA author, I don't leave stars for YA books.) ...

    Touted as the new Curious Incident this is a very different book, and I think if you go into it expecting a lovable main character trying to make sense of the world around him you may be disappointed. Peter is a mathematical genius. He uses maths to manage his extreme anxiety, and is ...

    Wow, this sent me all over the place. Thrilling and unpredictable. Not sure about that end, though. ...

    That ending is the best and the worst thing at the same time! I don?t know what I?m thinking right now. My mind is blown away, I guess... ...

    *4.5 Stars* This was incredible. I don't even know where to start. I don't want to say anything about the plot because diving in without knowing anything really worked for me. SO many twists, and I saw none coming... Incredible characters. An amazing story, an amazing book. ...

    I cannot write a long review for this book. Not because it isn't good, it really is, but because it'd be so easy for me to spoil something if I did. White Rabbit, Red Wolf follows the story of a teen with issues. He has an extreme anxiety disorder, but the story is not about tho...

    Woah! That was a trippy thrill ride of a book. As the title suggests you are never quite sure who or what to believe and even on finishing it I'm not quite sure what to think. One heck of a speed racing plot and more twists and turns than a curly wurly this is a YA thriller that could ...

    I received a proof copy of this book from my YA book club at my local Waterstones so thank you to them and Walker books. I don?t usually read YA thrillers but after hearing some great early reviews I was intrigued. The premise of it was great initially but I wasn?t as engaged as...

    A completely heart/head/throat-gripping, twisty joy of a read. Not invested so much in a character in ages. ...

    Astonishing, mind-bending, brilliant!! ...

    I got off the roller coaster that is 'This Story is a Lie' more than 24 hours ago and I'm STILL processing what in the world just happened! This was my first Tom Pollock and I'm officially a fan. This book was non stop changes and intrigue from the very start. The premise is fascin...

    This is a page turner! The story alternates between flashback and 'now', with lots of plot twists as Pete struggles to figure out what is going on in the shady world of spies and secret scientific research that he's been dragged into. From the outset, we know that Pete is a bit excepti...

    Wat een super heftig boek! Dit boek is niet iets wat je zomaar 'even' tussendoor leest, het is een boek waar je focus ook echt bij het verhaal moet liggen. Het is een boek vol puzzels en mysterie maar ook een boek wat emotioneel tot je kan spreken. Misschien zie je de plottwists al van...

    Oh my GOD. I will never, ever be over this book. Ever. It is twisted and messed-up as all hell, and full of math-y brilliance, and the mental health rep is out of this world, and so are the twists and the gore and the thrill and the ending and I just...I have no coherence about this bo...

    This was a decent read, with lots of twists and turns, as implied by the 'This story is a lie' statement on the cover. I don't want to say too much about it, as its one of those stories that's best entered into blind. I, however, found it fairly predictable, there were a few shocks, bu...

  • Dani - Perspective of a Writer
    Jul 26, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

  • George Lester
    Mar 24, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

    After reading reviews promising me that the less I knew about this book, the better it would be, I was of course expecting some surprises. So, naturally I spent most of the book thinking there was no way I would be tricked. I had it all figured out. Except I didn't, and Tom Pollock mad...

    If you asked me to tell you what White Rabbit Red Wolf was about, I would really struggle because it is honestly one of the most complex books I?ve ever read. What I could tell you is that this book is all about family, love, mental health, betrayal and so much more. This book is abs...

    This story is a lie. My advice to you: Do not ignore the title. This book was absolutely wow. I mean, granted, YA is my favourite genre, but still this book, being a YA thriller still read more like a YA psychological thriller. And it was wow. Did I already say that? I'm sorry.?...

    My Teen Book Club read this and gave it top ratings! Such an original book, with twists and turns that we never expected. This is my Must Read YA Book for 2018. (Being a YA author, I don't leave stars for YA books.) ...

    Touted as the new Curious Incident this is a very different book, and I think if you go into it expecting a lovable main character trying to make sense of the world around him you may be disappointed. Peter is a mathematical genius. He uses maths to manage his extreme anxiety, and is ...

    Wow, this sent me all over the place. Thrilling and unpredictable. Not sure about that end, though. ...

    That ending is the best and the worst thing at the same time! I don?t know what I?m thinking right now. My mind is blown away, I guess... ...

    *4.5 Stars* This was incredible. I don't even know where to start. I don't want to say anything about the plot because diving in without knowing anything really worked for me. SO many twists, and I saw none coming... Incredible characters. An amazing story, an amazing book. ...

    I cannot write a long review for this book. Not because it isn't good, it really is, but because it'd be so easy for me to spoil something if I did. White Rabbit, Red Wolf follows the story of a teen with issues. He has an extreme anxiety disorder, but the story is not about tho...

    Woah! That was a trippy thrill ride of a book. As the title suggests you are never quite sure who or what to believe and even on finishing it I'm not quite sure what to think. One heck of a speed racing plot and more twists and turns than a curly wurly this is a YA thriller that could ...

    I received a proof copy of this book from my YA book club at my local Waterstones so thank you to them and Walker books. I don?t usually read YA thrillers but after hearing some great early reviews I was intrigued. The premise of it was great initially but I wasn?t as engaged as...

    A completely heart/head/throat-gripping, twisty joy of a read. Not invested so much in a character in ages. ...

    Astonishing, mind-bending, brilliant!! ...

  • C.G. Drews
    Sep 05, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

  • Steph
    Jul 24, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

    After reading reviews promising me that the less I knew about this book, the better it would be, I was of course expecting some surprises. So, naturally I spent most of the book thinking there was no way I would be tricked. I had it all figured out. Except I didn't, and Tom Pollock mad...

    If you asked me to tell you what White Rabbit Red Wolf was about, I would really struggle because it is honestly one of the most complex books I?ve ever read. What I could tell you is that this book is all about family, love, mental health, betrayal and so much more. This book is abs...

    This story is a lie. My advice to you: Do not ignore the title. This book was absolutely wow. I mean, granted, YA is my favourite genre, but still this book, being a YA thriller still read more like a YA psychological thriller. And it was wow. Did I already say that? I'm sorry.?...

    My Teen Book Club read this and gave it top ratings! Such an original book, with twists and turns that we never expected. This is my Must Read YA Book for 2018. (Being a YA author, I don't leave stars for YA books.) ...

    Touted as the new Curious Incident this is a very different book, and I think if you go into it expecting a lovable main character trying to make sense of the world around him you may be disappointed. Peter is a mathematical genius. He uses maths to manage his extreme anxiety, and is ...

    Wow, this sent me all over the place. Thrilling and unpredictable. Not sure about that end, though. ...

    That ending is the best and the worst thing at the same time! I don?t know what I?m thinking right now. My mind is blown away, I guess... ...

    *4.5 Stars* This was incredible. I don't even know where to start. I don't want to say anything about the plot because diving in without knowing anything really worked for me. SO many twists, and I saw none coming... Incredible characters. An amazing story, an amazing book. ...

    I cannot write a long review for this book. Not because it isn't good, it really is, but because it'd be so easy for me to spoil something if I did. White Rabbit, Red Wolf follows the story of a teen with issues. He has an extreme anxiety disorder, but the story is not about tho...

    Woah! That was a trippy thrill ride of a book. As the title suggests you are never quite sure who or what to believe and even on finishing it I'm not quite sure what to think. One heck of a speed racing plot and more twists and turns than a curly wurly this is a YA thriller that could ...

    I received a proof copy of this book from my YA book club at my local Waterstones so thank you to them and Walker books. I don?t usually read YA thrillers but after hearing some great early reviews I was intrigued. The premise of it was great initially but I wasn?t as engaged as...

    A completely heart/head/throat-gripping, twisty joy of a read. Not invested so much in a character in ages. ...

    Astonishing, mind-bending, brilliant!! ...

    I got off the roller coaster that is 'This Story is a Lie' more than 24 hours ago and I'm STILL processing what in the world just happened! This was my first Tom Pollock and I'm officially a fan. This book was non stop changes and intrigue from the very start. The premise is fascin...

    This is a page turner! The story alternates between flashback and 'now', with lots of plot twists as Pete struggles to figure out what is going on in the shady world of spies and secret scientific research that he's been dragged into. From the outset, we know that Pete is a bit excepti...

    Wat een super heftig boek! Dit boek is niet iets wat je zomaar 'even' tussendoor leest, het is een boek waar je focus ook echt bij het verhaal moet liggen. Het is een boek vol puzzels en mysterie maar ook een boek wat emotioneel tot je kan spreken. Misschien zie je de plottwists al van...

    Oh my GOD. I will never, ever be over this book. Ever. It is twisted and messed-up as all hell, and full of math-y brilliance, and the mental health rep is out of this world, and so are the twists and the gore and the thrill and the ending and I just...I have no coherence about this bo...

    This was a decent read, with lots of twists and turns, as implied by the 'This story is a lie' statement on the cover. I don't want to say too much about it, as its one of those stories that's best entered into blind. I, however, found it fairly predictable, there were a few shocks, bu...

    10/10 would recommend. Absolutely gripping and BRILLIANT. You NEVER know where you stand with this book and that?s what makes it so good. It?s a plot that keeps giving, a pace that just ticks like a cog and characters who you?re never entirely sure of. There?s so many plot twis...

  • Matthew
    Jun 18, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

  • Di Paterson
    May 08, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

    After reading reviews promising me that the less I knew about this book, the better it would be, I was of course expecting some surprises. So, naturally I spent most of the book thinking there was no way I would be tricked. I had it all figured out. Except I didn't, and Tom Pollock mad...

    If you asked me to tell you what White Rabbit Red Wolf was about, I would really struggle because it is honestly one of the most complex books I?ve ever read. What I could tell you is that this book is all about family, love, mental health, betrayal and so much more. This book is abs...

    This story is a lie. My advice to you: Do not ignore the title. This book was absolutely wow. I mean, granted, YA is my favourite genre, but still this book, being a YA thriller still read more like a YA psychological thriller. And it was wow. Did I already say that? I'm sorry.?...

    My Teen Book Club read this and gave it top ratings! Such an original book, with twists and turns that we never expected. This is my Must Read YA Book for 2018. (Being a YA author, I don't leave stars for YA books.) ...

    Touted as the new Curious Incident this is a very different book, and I think if you go into it expecting a lovable main character trying to make sense of the world around him you may be disappointed. Peter is a mathematical genius. He uses maths to manage his extreme anxiety, and is ...

    Wow, this sent me all over the place. Thrilling and unpredictable. Not sure about that end, though. ...

    That ending is the best and the worst thing at the same time! I don?t know what I?m thinking right now. My mind is blown away, I guess... ...

    *4.5 Stars* This was incredible. I don't even know where to start. I don't want to say anything about the plot because diving in without knowing anything really worked for me. SO many twists, and I saw none coming... Incredible characters. An amazing story, an amazing book. ...

    I cannot write a long review for this book. Not because it isn't good, it really is, but because it'd be so easy for me to spoil something if I did. White Rabbit, Red Wolf follows the story of a teen with issues. He has an extreme anxiety disorder, but the story is not about tho...

    Woah! That was a trippy thrill ride of a book. As the title suggests you are never quite sure who or what to believe and even on finishing it I'm not quite sure what to think. One heck of a speed racing plot and more twists and turns than a curly wurly this is a YA thriller that could ...

    I received a proof copy of this book from my YA book club at my local Waterstones so thank you to them and Walker books. I don?t usually read YA thrillers but after hearing some great early reviews I was intrigued. The premise of it was great initially but I wasn?t as engaged as...

    A completely heart/head/throat-gripping, twisty joy of a read. Not invested so much in a character in ages. ...

    Astonishing, mind-bending, brilliant!! ...

    I got off the roller coaster that is 'This Story is a Lie' more than 24 hours ago and I'm STILL processing what in the world just happened! This was my first Tom Pollock and I'm officially a fan. This book was non stop changes and intrigue from the very start. The premise is fascin...

    This is a page turner! The story alternates between flashback and 'now', with lots of plot twists as Pete struggles to figure out what is going on in the shady world of spies and secret scientific research that he's been dragged into. From the outset, we know that Pete is a bit excepti...

    Wat een super heftig boek! Dit boek is niet iets wat je zomaar 'even' tussendoor leest, het is een boek waar je focus ook echt bij het verhaal moet liggen. Het is een boek vol puzzels en mysterie maar ook een boek wat emotioneel tot je kan spreken. Misschien zie je de plottwists al van...

    Oh my GOD. I will never, ever be over this book. Ever. It is twisted and messed-up as all hell, and full of math-y brilliance, and the mental health rep is out of this world, and so are the twists and the gore and the thrill and the ending and I just...I have no coherence about this bo...

    This was a decent read, with lots of twists and turns, as implied by the 'This story is a lie' statement on the cover. I don't want to say too much about it, as its one of those stories that's best entered into blind. I, however, found it fairly predictable, there were a few shocks, bu...

    10/10 would recommend. Absolutely gripping and BRILLIANT. You NEVER know where you stand with this book and that?s what makes it so good. It?s a plot that keeps giving, a pace that just ticks like a cog and characters who you?re never entirely sure of. There?s so many plot twis...

    I loved this book. I loved the writing style, the humour, the characters, the mystery, everything. There's nothing else to say except thank you, Tom Pollock, for a wonderful experience, and thanks too to The Pigeonhole for giving me the opportunity to read this unique book. ...

  • Kiran Hargrave
    Jul 29, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

    After reading reviews promising me that the less I knew about this book, the better it would be, I was of course expecting some surprises. So, naturally I spent most of the book thinking there was no way I would be tricked. I had it all figured out. Except I didn't, and Tom Pollock mad...

    If you asked me to tell you what White Rabbit Red Wolf was about, I would really struggle because it is honestly one of the most complex books I?ve ever read. What I could tell you is that this book is all about family, love, mental health, betrayal and so much more. This book is abs...

    This story is a lie. My advice to you: Do not ignore the title. This book was absolutely wow. I mean, granted, YA is my favourite genre, but still this book, being a YA thriller still read more like a YA psychological thriller. And it was wow. Did I already say that? I'm sorry.?...

    My Teen Book Club read this and gave it top ratings! Such an original book, with twists and turns that we never expected. This is my Must Read YA Book for 2018. (Being a YA author, I don't leave stars for YA books.) ...

    Touted as the new Curious Incident this is a very different book, and I think if you go into it expecting a lovable main character trying to make sense of the world around him you may be disappointed. Peter is a mathematical genius. He uses maths to manage his extreme anxiety, and is ...

    Wow, this sent me all over the place. Thrilling and unpredictable. Not sure about that end, though. ...

    That ending is the best and the worst thing at the same time! I don?t know what I?m thinking right now. My mind is blown away, I guess... ...

    *4.5 Stars* This was incredible. I don't even know where to start. I don't want to say anything about the plot because diving in without knowing anything really worked for me. SO many twists, and I saw none coming... Incredible characters. An amazing story, an amazing book. ...

    I cannot write a long review for this book. Not because it isn't good, it really is, but because it'd be so easy for me to spoil something if I did. White Rabbit, Red Wolf follows the story of a teen with issues. He has an extreme anxiety disorder, but the story is not about tho...

    Woah! That was a trippy thrill ride of a book. As the title suggests you are never quite sure who or what to believe and even on finishing it I'm not quite sure what to think. One heck of a speed racing plot and more twists and turns than a curly wurly this is a YA thriller that could ...

    I received a proof copy of this book from my YA book club at my local Waterstones so thank you to them and Walker books. I don?t usually read YA thrillers but after hearing some great early reviews I was intrigued. The premise of it was great initially but I wasn?t as engaged as...

    A completely heart/head/throat-gripping, twisty joy of a read. Not invested so much in a character in ages. ...

  • Amy Rush Da Silva
    Apr 08, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

    After reading reviews promising me that the less I knew about this book, the better it would be, I was of course expecting some surprises. So, naturally I spent most of the book thinking there was no way I would be tricked. I had it all figured out. Except I didn't, and Tom Pollock mad...

    If you asked me to tell you what White Rabbit Red Wolf was about, I would really struggle because it is honestly one of the most complex books I?ve ever read. What I could tell you is that this book is all about family, love, mental health, betrayal and so much more. This book is abs...

    This story is a lie. My advice to you: Do not ignore the title. This book was absolutely wow. I mean, granted, YA is my favourite genre, but still this book, being a YA thriller still read more like a YA psychological thriller. And it was wow. Did I already say that? I'm sorry.?...

    My Teen Book Club read this and gave it top ratings! Such an original book, with twists and turns that we never expected. This is my Must Read YA Book for 2018. (Being a YA author, I don't leave stars for YA books.) ...

    Touted as the new Curious Incident this is a very different book, and I think if you go into it expecting a lovable main character trying to make sense of the world around him you may be disappointed. Peter is a mathematical genius. He uses maths to manage his extreme anxiety, and is ...

    Wow, this sent me all over the place. Thrilling and unpredictable. Not sure about that end, though. ...

    That ending is the best and the worst thing at the same time! I don?t know what I?m thinking right now. My mind is blown away, I guess... ...

    *4.5 Stars* This was incredible. I don't even know where to start. I don't want to say anything about the plot because diving in without knowing anything really worked for me. SO many twists, and I saw none coming... Incredible characters. An amazing story, an amazing book. ...

    I cannot write a long review for this book. Not because it isn't good, it really is, but because it'd be so easy for me to spoil something if I did. White Rabbit, Red Wolf follows the story of a teen with issues. He has an extreme anxiety disorder, but the story is not about tho...

    Woah! That was a trippy thrill ride of a book. As the title suggests you are never quite sure who or what to believe and even on finishing it I'm not quite sure what to think. One heck of a speed racing plot and more twists and turns than a curly wurly this is a YA thriller that could ...

    I received a proof copy of this book from my YA book club at my local Waterstones so thank you to them and Walker books. I don?t usually read YA thrillers but after hearing some great early reviews I was intrigued. The premise of it was great initially but I wasn?t as engaged as...

  • Kelly
    Jul 30, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

    After reading reviews promising me that the less I knew about this book, the better it would be, I was of course expecting some surprises. So, naturally I spent most of the book thinking there was no way I would be tricked. I had it all figured out. Except I didn't, and Tom Pollock mad...

    If you asked me to tell you what White Rabbit Red Wolf was about, I would really struggle because it is honestly one of the most complex books I?ve ever read. What I could tell you is that this book is all about family, love, mental health, betrayal and so much more. This book is abs...

  • Manon
    Sep 09, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

    After reading reviews promising me that the less I knew about this book, the better it would be, I was of course expecting some surprises. So, naturally I spent most of the book thinking there was no way I would be tricked. I had it all figured out. Except I didn't, and Tom Pollock mad...

    If you asked me to tell you what White Rabbit Red Wolf was about, I would really struggle because it is honestly one of the most complex books I?ve ever read. What I could tell you is that this book is all about family, love, mental health, betrayal and so much more. This book is abs...

    This story is a lie. My advice to you: Do not ignore the title. This book was absolutely wow. I mean, granted, YA is my favourite genre, but still this book, being a YA thriller still read more like a YA psychological thriller. And it was wow. Did I already say that? I'm sorry.?...

    My Teen Book Club read this and gave it top ratings! Such an original book, with twists and turns that we never expected. This is my Must Read YA Book for 2018. (Being a YA author, I don't leave stars for YA books.) ...

    Touted as the new Curious Incident this is a very different book, and I think if you go into it expecting a lovable main character trying to make sense of the world around him you may be disappointed. Peter is a mathematical genius. He uses maths to manage his extreme anxiety, and is ...

    Wow, this sent me all over the place. Thrilling and unpredictable. Not sure about that end, though. ...

    That ending is the best and the worst thing at the same time! I don?t know what I?m thinking right now. My mind is blown away, I guess... ...

    *4.5 Stars* This was incredible. I don't even know where to start. I don't want to say anything about the plot because diving in without knowing anything really worked for me. SO many twists, and I saw none coming... Incredible characters. An amazing story, an amazing book. ...

  • Charlot
    Jun 21, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

    After reading reviews promising me that the less I knew about this book, the better it would be, I was of course expecting some surprises. So, naturally I spent most of the book thinking there was no way I would be tricked. I had it all figured out. Except I didn't, and Tom Pollock mad...

    If you asked me to tell you what White Rabbit Red Wolf was about, I would really struggle because it is honestly one of the most complex books I?ve ever read. What I could tell you is that this book is all about family, love, mental health, betrayal and so much more. This book is abs...

    This story is a lie. My advice to you: Do not ignore the title. This book was absolutely wow. I mean, granted, YA is my favourite genre, but still this book, being a YA thriller still read more like a YA psychological thriller. And it was wow. Did I already say that? I'm sorry.?...

    My Teen Book Club read this and gave it top ratings! Such an original book, with twists and turns that we never expected. This is my Must Read YA Book for 2018. (Being a YA author, I don't leave stars for YA books.) ...

    Touted as the new Curious Incident this is a very different book, and I think if you go into it expecting a lovable main character trying to make sense of the world around him you may be disappointed. Peter is a mathematical genius. He uses maths to manage his extreme anxiety, and is ...

    Wow, this sent me all over the place. Thrilling and unpredictable. Not sure about that end, though. ...

    That ending is the best and the worst thing at the same time! I don?t know what I?m thinking right now. My mind is blown away, I guess... ...

    *4.5 Stars* This was incredible. I don't even know where to start. I don't want to say anything about the plot because diving in without knowing anything really worked for me. SO many twists, and I saw none coming... Incredible characters. An amazing story, an amazing book. ...

    I cannot write a long review for this book. Not because it isn't good, it really is, but because it'd be so easy for me to spoil something if I did. White Rabbit, Red Wolf follows the story of a teen with issues. He has an extreme anxiety disorder, but the story is not about tho...

    Woah! That was a trippy thrill ride of a book. As the title suggests you are never quite sure who or what to believe and even on finishing it I'm not quite sure what to think. One heck of a speed racing plot and more twists and turns than a curly wurly this is a YA thriller that could ...

    I received a proof copy of this book from my YA book club at my local Waterstones so thank you to them and Walker books. I don?t usually read YA thrillers but after hearing some great early reviews I was intrigued. The premise of it was great initially but I wasn?t as engaged as...

    A completely heart/head/throat-gripping, twisty joy of a read. Not invested so much in a character in ages. ...

    Astonishing, mind-bending, brilliant!! ...

    I got off the roller coaster that is 'This Story is a Lie' more than 24 hours ago and I'm STILL processing what in the world just happened! This was my first Tom Pollock and I'm officially a fan. This book was non stop changes and intrigue from the very start. The premise is fascin...

    This is a page turner! The story alternates between flashback and 'now', with lots of plot twists as Pete struggles to figure out what is going on in the shady world of spies and secret scientific research that he's been dragged into. From the outset, we know that Pete is a bit excepti...

    Wat een super heftig boek! Dit boek is niet iets wat je zomaar 'even' tussendoor leest, het is een boek waar je focus ook echt bij het verhaal moet liggen. Het is een boek vol puzzels en mysterie maar ook een boek wat emotioneel tot je kan spreken. Misschien zie je de plottwists al van...

  • Paige Dan
    Sep 04, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

    After reading reviews promising me that the less I knew about this book, the better it would be, I was of course expecting some surprises. So, naturally I spent most of the book thinking there was no way I would be tricked. I had it all figured out. Except I didn't, and Tom Pollock mad...

    If you asked me to tell you what White Rabbit Red Wolf was about, I would really struggle because it is honestly one of the most complex books I?ve ever read. What I could tell you is that this book is all about family, love, mental health, betrayal and so much more. This book is abs...

    This story is a lie. My advice to you: Do not ignore the title. This book was absolutely wow. I mean, granted, YA is my favourite genre, but still this book, being a YA thriller still read more like a YA psychological thriller. And it was wow. Did I already say that? I'm sorry.?...

    My Teen Book Club read this and gave it top ratings! Such an original book, with twists and turns that we never expected. This is my Must Read YA Book for 2018. (Being a YA author, I don't leave stars for YA books.) ...

    Touted as the new Curious Incident this is a very different book, and I think if you go into it expecting a lovable main character trying to make sense of the world around him you may be disappointed. Peter is a mathematical genius. He uses maths to manage his extreme anxiety, and is ...

    Wow, this sent me all over the place. Thrilling and unpredictable. Not sure about that end, though. ...

    That ending is the best and the worst thing at the same time! I don?t know what I?m thinking right now. My mind is blown away, I guess... ...

    *4.5 Stars* This was incredible. I don't even know where to start. I don't want to say anything about the plot because diving in without knowing anything really worked for me. SO many twists, and I saw none coming... Incredible characters. An amazing story, an amazing book. ...

    I cannot write a long review for this book. Not because it isn't good, it really is, but because it'd be so easy for me to spoil something if I did. White Rabbit, Red Wolf follows the story of a teen with issues. He has an extreme anxiety disorder, but the story is not about tho...

    Woah! That was a trippy thrill ride of a book. As the title suggests you are never quite sure who or what to believe and even on finishing it I'm not quite sure what to think. One heck of a speed racing plot and more twists and turns than a curly wurly this is a YA thriller that could ...

    I received a proof copy of this book from my YA book club at my local Waterstones so thank you to them and Walker books. I don?t usually read YA thrillers but after hearing some great early reviews I was intrigued. The premise of it was great initially but I wasn?t as engaged as...

    A completely heart/head/throat-gripping, twisty joy of a read. Not invested so much in a character in ages. ...

    Astonishing, mind-bending, brilliant!! ...

    I got off the roller coaster that is 'This Story is a Lie' more than 24 hours ago and I'm STILL processing what in the world just happened! This was my first Tom Pollock and I'm officially a fan. This book was non stop changes and intrigue from the very start. The premise is fascin...

  • Karen Barber
    Jun 13, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

    After reading reviews promising me that the less I knew about this book, the better it would be, I was of course expecting some surprises. So, naturally I spent most of the book thinking there was no way I would be tricked. I had it all figured out. Except I didn't, and Tom Pollock mad...

    If you asked me to tell you what White Rabbit Red Wolf was about, I would really struggle because it is honestly one of the most complex books I?ve ever read. What I could tell you is that this book is all about family, love, mental health, betrayal and so much more. This book is abs...

    This story is a lie. My advice to you: Do not ignore the title. This book was absolutely wow. I mean, granted, YA is my favourite genre, but still this book, being a YA thriller still read more like a YA psychological thriller. And it was wow. Did I already say that? I'm sorry.?...

    My Teen Book Club read this and gave it top ratings! Such an original book, with twists and turns that we never expected. This is my Must Read YA Book for 2018. (Being a YA author, I don't leave stars for YA books.) ...

    Touted as the new Curious Incident this is a very different book, and I think if you go into it expecting a lovable main character trying to make sense of the world around him you may be disappointed. Peter is a mathematical genius. He uses maths to manage his extreme anxiety, and is ...

  • Rebecca
    Jul 16, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

    After reading reviews promising me that the less I knew about this book, the better it would be, I was of course expecting some surprises. So, naturally I spent most of the book thinking there was no way I would be tricked. I had it all figured out. Except I didn't, and Tom Pollock mad...

  • Lena
    Jul 11, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

    After reading reviews promising me that the less I knew about this book, the better it would be, I was of course expecting some surprises. So, naturally I spent most of the book thinking there was no way I would be tricked. I had it all figured out. Except I didn't, and Tom Pollock mad...

    If you asked me to tell you what White Rabbit Red Wolf was about, I would really struggle because it is honestly one of the most complex books I?ve ever read. What I could tell you is that this book is all about family, love, mental health, betrayal and so much more. This book is abs...

    This story is a lie. My advice to you: Do not ignore the title. This book was absolutely wow. I mean, granted, YA is my favourite genre, but still this book, being a YA thriller still read more like a YA psychological thriller. And it was wow. Did I already say that? I'm sorry.?...

    My Teen Book Club read this and gave it top ratings! Such an original book, with twists and turns that we never expected. This is my Must Read YA Book for 2018. (Being a YA author, I don't leave stars for YA books.) ...

    Touted as the new Curious Incident this is a very different book, and I think if you go into it expecting a lovable main character trying to make sense of the world around him you may be disappointed. Peter is a mathematical genius. He uses maths to manage his extreme anxiety, and is ...

    Wow, this sent me all over the place. Thrilling and unpredictable. Not sure about that end, though. ...

    That ending is the best and the worst thing at the same time! I don?t know what I?m thinking right now. My mind is blown away, I guess... ...

  • - ̗̀ DANY  ̖́- (danyreads)
    Jul 14, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

  • Lizzie (Littlehux) Huxley-Jones
    Jan 23, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

  • Ankita Singh
    Jul 09, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...

    The truth is, sometimes you begin a book and you're super into it, but the further in you get, the less into it you are and you realize not that it's a bad book -- I totally know the reader who'll love this -- but rather, it's not the right fit for you. So you let it go, make note of w...

    After reading reviews promising me that the less I knew about this book, the better it would be, I was of course expecting some surprises. So, naturally I spent most of the book thinking there was no way I would be tricked. I had it all figured out. Except I didn't, and Tom Pollock mad...

    If you asked me to tell you what White Rabbit Red Wolf was about, I would really struggle because it is honestly one of the most complex books I?ve ever read. What I could tell you is that this book is all about family, love, mental health, betrayal and so much more. This book is abs...

    This story is a lie. My advice to you: Do not ignore the title. This book was absolutely wow. I mean, granted, YA is my favourite genre, but still this book, being a YA thriller still read more like a YA psychological thriller. And it was wow. Did I already say that? I'm sorry.?...

  • Ellie (faerieontheshelf)
    Jul 18, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

  • Bookread2day
    May 02, 2018

    This was very good and also I DO NOT UNDERSTAND. Talk about a mind splattering twist?! Seriously I don't even know how to review this because I loved it a lot but I am so hella confused as to what even was going on. And why. And omg maths. Lmao I sometimes count my books but that's abo...

    . : ?? ? 4 ? READ THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!!! https://bit.ly/2umzAhU ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you Soho Teen and Random House!!) before picking this one up, keep in mind that the title of this book isn?t a ...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Peter is a teen math prodigy with an extreme anxiety disorder that manifests in intense panic attacks. When his scientist mother is nearly assassinated and his twin sister, Bel, goes on the run, he's forced to analyze the facts a...

    Full review to come, but for now... So there were good things and bad things here... For the most part it's interesting and approaches anxiety and OCD issues from and Own Voices standpoint, and there's a fair bit of action and mystery and so on. I predicted certain twists and rev...

    It is rare that I read a book so far ahead of publication nowadays. I try to read things as they come out, so they get promotion around their launch into the world. But sometimes, some books creep into my head. After hearing Tom Pollock read an excerpt of the first chapter at the Walke...

    I'm not sure I can say anything without ruining this book for you other than I thought it was incredible. Please, go and read it!!! ...

    hello what was this book :o RTC to come! I received a copy in exchange for an honest review This review is also available on my blog ...

    The title says it all. Loop upon loop, lie upon lie, it isn't the narrator who is unreliable in this story, it is everyone around him. Just when you think you have it sorted there is another twist and you are duped again. Pete is the shy mathsy nerd to his twin sisters confident an...

    A brilliant author with an excellent imagination. ...