I LOVE THIS BOOK! I KEEP IT CLOSE AT HAND FOR A PICK ME UP LAUGH
The perfect gift for the pathological liar in your life.
Did you know?
Cats produce a higher level of endorphins when left in the presence of manic-depressives. This level is akin to that of being in love to most humans.
Choking on candyfloss is responsible for taking the lives of over 100 Americans every year.
The Great Wall of China was finally completed in 1937. In 2012, Mongolia applied for a demolition order. To this day, it still remains in court.
LIES. Total lies.
In a world where it’s never been so difficult to decipher truth from treachery, a wise troll will discover it’s never actually been easier to mislead loved ones, comrades, or even complete strangers with realistically sounding lies.
And why would you do any of this? Because fooling people is so much fun.
So pick up this book today and learn the art of the perfect lie with over 200 of the most perfectly crafted fake facts, not to mention priceless hints of delightful dishonesty to guide you on your way.
Reviewed by Amy Raines for Readers' Favorite
The Little Book Of Lies: The Definitive Liar’s Compendium, written by RJ Power and illustrated by Jan Power, is an interesting, fun, light hearted and mischievous book filled with all the wild lies some have heard and some have not. Even though the stories are not true, when told right they can easily take center stage as a fun yet harmless prank. From tales of spiders inside bananas to a computer virus based on a game from decades ago, this book gives you a chance to have a little extra fun with falsehoods that don’t cause harm or injuries; it just causes a person to pause and consider a non-factual concept.
The Little Book Of Lies: The Definitive Liar’s Compendium is absolutely hysterical! The falsehoods, lies and tall tales are well thought out and explained so that the reader may even question their accuracy. I love how Power took the fabrications to a whole new level of fun by teaching the reader how to make the stories very believable. The illustrations by Jan Power are interesting and complement the stories in the book. I recommend The Little Book Of Lies to anyone who likes to read the comical side of the untrue passages and retell them as if they are a reality, or anyone who just wants to get a good laugh to lighten their mood or their day. Both Power, the writer, and Power, the illustrator, have shared an interesting sense of humor that will easily fit on any shelf with other comedy books.