TV & Press
Alice speaking on BBC Breakfast in 2019 about I Know Who You Are and the TV series of Sometimes I Lie, currently being made by Sarah Michelle Gellar and Ellen DeGeneres.
Alice visiting the printers for the first ever print run of I Know Who You Are.
Click here to read the latest news about the TV series of Alice's debut novel, Sometimes I Lie.
Click here to read Alice's essay
"The truth about lies in literature"
"I wrote this piece because I wanted to share that it's OK to doubt yourself, and being shy doesn't mean you can't follow your dreams.
The secret is to never give up."
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about imposter syndrome.
Click here to read Alice's article for about her author talks in prison libraries.
Praise for Alice Feeney
“A bold and original voice – I loved this book.” —Clare Mackintosh
“Clever, compulsive…you will NEVER guess the ending of this one!” —Louise Candlish
“A fiendishly well-plotted, deliciously dark and twisting read – it kept me guessing throughout and reading way past my bedtime. Readers, you are in for a huge treat with this one!” —Lucy Foley
“Stiletto-sharp writing, and characters so real you’ll be looking over your shoulder long after the final page. With I Know Who You Are, Alice Feeney has single-handedly made the bookmark obsolete.” —Christina Dalcher
“A gripping debut with a brilliant twist, I loved it!” B.A. Paris
“Boldly plotted, tightly knotted – a provocative true-or-false thriller that deepens and darkens to its ink-black finale. Marvellous” —A.J. Finn
“Faster and more twisted than a roller coaster, with an ending that’ll make your stomach drop, Alice Feeney’s Sometimes I Lie is not to be missed. I loved it!” —Mary Kubica
“Expect perfectly imbedded twists and sharply drawn characters. A brilliant thriller.” —Ali Land
“Satisfyingly serpentine, and with a terrific double twist in the tale, it leaves you longing for more.” —Daily Mail
“Feeney weaves a murderously twisty little tale.” —Entertainment Weekly
“A spine-tingling psychological thriller.” —People Magazine
“The twists pile up…visceral and haunting.” —Oprah.com
“Intriguing, original and addictive. I can’t wait to see what the author does after this blinding debut.” —The Sun
“You'll be kept guessing till the end.” —Grazia Magazine
“An utterly compelling, twisted, shocking psychological thriller.”
—Sophie Raworth, BBC News
“Brilliantly twisted, it will have you second guessing the whole way through. ” —Nina Pottell, Prima Magazine
“Clever, compelling and masterfully plotted.” —Daily Express
“A tightly written thriller with an ending that demands you go straight back to the beginning.” —Metro
“Sometimes I Lie is a rare book, combining helter skelter twists with razor sharp sentences. Make sure you read it in a well lit room, Alice Feeney’s imagination is a very dark place indeed.” —BuzzFeed
“With twists, suspense and a shock ending, I never knew what was coming next. Fantastic.” —The Sun
“Superb no-holds-barred plotting. This story romps towards a startling and totally unexpected conclusion, which will satisfy the most experienced thriller fans.” —Daily Mail
“A tightly written thriller with a stunning twist…there’s no way you’ll be able to stop reading.” —Daily Express
“If you like your thrillers twisted this is for you.” —Heat Magazine
“Expect twists a plenty in this clever and tense thriller.” —Red Magazine
“The twist in I Know Who You Are will ‘shock you to your core.” —Woman & Home
“Feeney weaves an addictive plot that’s confident and the right side of jaw-dropping. Pick it up and you’ll gulp it down within hours.” —Stylist Magazine
A dark twisty thriller that is sure to have you gripped.” —Fern Britton
“Dark, but utterly compelling. I couldn't stop reading it and I had to force myself to put it down and go to sleep.”
“A rollercoaster of a ride. Clever. Gripping. Alice Feeney goes where others might fear to tread. The pages of my copy have fingerprints where I fought to turn the pages faster. I loved it!” —Jane Corry
“A dark and twisted tale. I didn’t know who to trust!” —Louise Jensen
“Devoured it in almost one go…a twisty, gripping, clever, brilliant read.” —Karen Hamilton