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What are the most important events throughout the book We Were Liars, written by E. Lockhart?

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The important events are not all revealed in chronological order, as much of the novel concerns Cadence Eastman's amnesia and memory recovery process. The final full recovery becomes a significant event near the end

Beginning with her fifteenth summer, Cadence Eastman has numerous important experiences that constitute the main action of We Were Liars . One major change that summer in Maine is her involvement with a boy, Gat. Together with Cady’s cousins, the foursome becomes inseparable. The most significant event occurs that summer with the Liars group while...

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