Books before food (and any sort of comfortable life).
Summary: In picturesque Rosewood, Pennsylvania, neighbors gossip over picket fences, and gleaming SUVs sit in every crushed-granite driveway. But recently, friendly smiles have been replaced with suspicious glares and accusatory whispers. First Hanna, Spencer, Aria, and Emily claimed they found a dead body in the woods behind Spencer’s house, only to have it vanish without a trace. Then when the same woods went up in flames, they swore they saw someone who’s supposed to be dead rise from the ashes. And after all that, Hanna’s trading in her Dior trench for a straitjacket. Aria’s trying to contact the dead. Emily’s dumped her boyfriend and is skipping town again. And Spencer thinks someone in her family has gotten away with murder. The friends insist they’re telling the truth about what they saw, but all of Rosewood thinks they’re simply out for attention. So when the big bad killer comes after the girls, will anyone believe them . . . or will they be the next to disappear?
Okay, seeing how this is the seventh novel in the series, the books have finally blended all together. I love the series, don’t get me wrong, but it’s just drudged out for too long. Like, I personally think it’s worse than Twilight, only with a better plot. The twists and turns and number of problems encountered are over the limit of ridiculous. I mean, no one’s life sucks that bad. But what WAS different from the rest of the books, what really set it apart, was that the characters actually took charge of their problems instead of whining about them. I actually think that this was one of the more interesting of the series.