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