Pretty Little Liars by Sara Shepard

Pretty Little Liars Seventh graders Alison, Aria, Hanna, Spencer and Emily are all best friends in the upper class suburb of Rosewood, Pennsylvania. They trade designer clothes and dish delicious secrets until the night Alison mysteriously disappears at a slumber party. Eventually, Alison is presumed dead, and though the girls are shaken, they each learn to move on with their lives. Though Alison was the unofficial leader of their group, she could be manipulative and mean, and she wasn’t above using the secrets she discovered about each of them against them. Now, three years later, the girls are shocked when each of them begins receiving menacing email and text messages from someone simply signed “A.” This person seems to know everything about them, including the dirty little secrets each girl believed that Alison took to the grave. Who is “A”? Has Alison really come back from the dead? And if so, is she going to use what she knows to ruin their lives? This completely addictive series sucked me in faster than an episode of Desperate Housewives. Don’t start this one unless you have the sequel, Flawless, on hand, or else the suspense just might kill you!

5 thoughts on “Pretty Little Liars by Sara Shepard

  1. The overall book was OKAY. Pretty good. The only reason I continued the series is because the very last line of the book left you with soooo much suspense that you just HAVE to read the next book to find out what happens. It’s so frustrating!!

  2. Hi Marilyn,

    I think the author does that on purpose to make you HAVE to read the next book whether you want to or not!

  3. I love the pretty Little Liars series, NO, the books are not OKAY, they are amazing, and I am so mad you said that becuase it is just your opinion. Youre making people not want to read this book… What you should’ve said, was “This book is for people that like mystery, young adults, suspense, romance, and fashion”. It is not for everybody, okay, but it is for some people, CERTAINLY for me!!! 😀

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