If you are in a book club, teen or adult, check out LITLOVERS -- the fabulous Molly there just ran a review of LIE and has a reading guide to the novel posted.
Here's a peek at the Molly Lundquist review at LitLovers: "What's so very good about this book is that while the author places two young people in the midst of a horrific dilemma, she makes their quandary palpable without over-dramatizing. Bock also draws a clear moral distinction between right and wrong but, again, does so without preaching and condescension. The only false note is in Jimmy Seegar's father, the single character who seems overdrawn. But it's a terrific resource for book clubs."
I could have ... the part out about Jimmy's father -- but I appreciate that Molly read LIE so closely. You read LIE and judge.
Molly has other thoughtful, insightful recommendations -- plus other fun ideas for books clubs (recipes, books that make you go 'wow,' books that make you go 'ow,' word etymologies -- i.e. do you know the history of the word 'thunder' -- I didn't -- go to the site and find out!! ). In short, she's smart. I like smart.