Liar by Ayelet Gundar-Goshen
If being old meant making up things so you wouldn't be alone, then it really wasn't very different from being seventeenNofar is just an average teenage girl - so average, she's almost invisible. Serving customers ice cream all summer long, she is desperate for some kind of escape. One afternoon, a terrible lie slips from her tongue.
And suddenly everyone wants to talk to her: the press, her schoolmates, and the boy upstairs - the only one who knows the truth. A heart-stopping novel about deception and its consequences, Liar brilliantly explores how far a lie can travel - and how much we are willing to believe.