Myself, But Better

Sarah Snazell, Doppleganger

A boy goes to eat breakfast but is shocked to see a slightly handsomer version of him eating his breakfast. 
MC is in fact a compulsive liar, nearly everything he says is a lie. He lies so much that even he doesn’t know who he is. His lying is to such an extent that it personified into the better person he lied and pretended he was. Can the boy overcome his terrible habit and get rid of the personification of his lies, which is more accomplished than him in all fields?

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