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LMS Student Book Review - EP. 9 - "Four Truths and A Lie" by Lauren Barnholdt
TWO TRUTHS AND A LIE series
DI Thomas Ridpath was on the up in the Manchester CID: a promising young detective whose first case involved capturing a notorious serial killer. When a detective goes missing everything is on the line. Can Ridpath close the case and save his colleague? PC Tom Ridpath is chasing a white van. When the driver stops he attacks the officer with Ridpath and flees on foot.
Did you know that a young girl once saved an entire beach community from a devastating tsunami thanks to something she learned in her fourth-grade geography lesson? Or that there is a person alive today who generates her own magnetic field? Or how about the fact that Benjamin Franklin once challenged the Royal Academy of Brussels to devise a way to make farts smell good? Or that the loudest sound in history was made by the eruption of a volcano in , whose echoing blast circled the planet twice? From a man who gave himself an appendectomy to radio signals from other planets to eagles that have been trained to take out spy drones, the stories in this third installment in the Two Truths and a Lie series will amaze you!
Two Truths and a Lie is a classic get-to-know-you icebreaker. Players tell two truths and one lie. The object of the game is to to determine which statement is the false one. Interesting variations of this game are provided below. This game is a get-to-know-you icebreaker. Recommended group size is: small, medium, or large. Works best with people.
This is an incredibly easy ice breaker game to play and you won't need any materials, just a group of people. It is ideal for 10 to 15 people, but if you have a larger gathering, divide people up into teams so it doesn't take longer than 15 to 20 minutes to get through everyone. To get started, give out the instructions to the group by letting them know that each person will introduce themselves by stating two truths and one lie. They don't have to be intimate, life-revealing things, just simple hobbies, interests, or past experiences that make each person unique. Each person goes one at a time, and the group has to guess which statements are true, and which statement is a lie. It's up to your group if you wish to keep score and see who correctly guesses the lies, or just play for fun to get to know each other.