The following is how I would describe the experience of reading TELL NO LIES:
You are at a new amusement park and decide to try out the funhouse. So you get into one of the cars and away you go. It’s a good one, maybe one of the best you’ve ever entered, nicely balanced between special effects and real actors who are so convincing that you forget they’re acting. At the end, you discover it really isn’t the end at all; the exit is 500 feet over the park, and what you have just experienced is merely a prelude to a rollercoaster ride that is going to make your stomach flip upside down two or three times before it'