Pretty Little Liars
Gossip thrives amid the Mercedes-Benzes, mega mansions, and perfectly manicured hedges in the exclusive town of Rosewood, Pennsylvania. Behind their big Gucci sunglasses, beneath their perfectly pressed Polos, everyone has something to hide, especially high school juniors Spencer, Aria, Emily,... show more
Gossip thrives amid the Mercedes-Benzes, mega mansions, and perfectly manicured hedges in the exclusive town of Rosewood, Pennsylvania. Behind their big Gucci sunglasses, beneath their perfectly pressed Polos, everyone has something to hide, especially high school juniors Spencer, Aria, Emily, and Hanna. Spencer covets her sister's gorgeous new boyfriend. Aria is having an affair with her English teacher. Emily is infatuated with the new girl at school. And Hanna is using some ugly tricks to stay beautiful. Deeper and darker still is a horrible secret the girls have shared since sixth grade—a secret they thought was safe forever. Then the girls start receiving threatening messages signed by someone named "A." Could "A" be Alison, the ultra-popular girl who disappeared three years earlier? Alison was their best friend. She knew everything about them. But if Alison isn't "A," who is? And how could anyone else know so much about the bad girls they were and the bad girls they've become? Suddenly, their secrets—the big ones, the little ones, even the long-buried ones—no longer seem so secret. Suddenly, nothing is safe in Rosewood.
Publish date: October 1st 2006
Pages no: 286
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Pretty Little Liars (#1)
The plot is good but I can't force myself to suffer through the writing anymore.
I'm going to start by saying I have watched the first 3 seasons of the show, so my review is going to inevitably compare the two. I only got through binge-watching half of the show, because I ended up getting bored with the storylines. Overall, this was a good read. The writing is pretty simple. It ...
I haven't watched the tv show. I'm not a big fan of teenage angst and drama so I didn't think this would be for me. Surprisingly, I liked it quite a bit actually. In the beginning, I was worried that it was actually going to be middle grade level because that's where it starts, but most of the sto...
Okay, first off, why do any of these girls miss Alison? I get that she made them feel special WHEN SHE WANTED TO but when she didn't, she just made them feel bad about themselves.After finishing the book, the girl I truly felt sorry for the most was Hanna, whom I hated while I was reading. She came ...
After sitting down and thinking through how to do reviews, i've settle on the below set up! There is no way i can do full reviews on every book i read at my reading rate. Some days i finish 3 different books and start two more, so as much as i want to write a full in depth review of all 70 books i'v...