The Starving Bibliophile

Books before food (and any sort of comfortable life).

Pretty Little Liars: Wanted

Summary: In Rosewood, majestic estates sprawl for acres, and Tiffany toggle bracelets dangle from every girl’s wrist. But not all that glitters is gold, and the town harbors secrets darker than anyone could imagine—like the truth about what really happened the night Alison DiLaurentis went missing. Back in middle school, Ali was the best friend Emily, Hanna, Aria, and Spencer ever had. But she also made them do terrible things and taunted them with their worst secrets. Now, three years later, all their questions about Ali have finally been answered and they can put this awful chapter of their lives behind them. Or so they think. Not every story has a happy ending, especially when four pretty little liars have done so many wicked things. In the dramatic conclusion of Sara Shepard’s bestselling Pretty Little Liars series, Emily, Hanna, Aria, and Spencer could get everything they’ve ever wanted—unless A has one more horrifying twist in store.

Well, a good series has finally come to an end. Thank God, too. Eight books + same plot = increasingly more boring every book. And, like I suspected in the very first novel, the ending was predictable [no spoilers here] and I knew everything with the exception of one detail. Gosh, it’s hard to write this post without spoilers. Anyways, this was the best book of the series, not just because everything’s over. Lol although that is one of the main reasons. So guys, if you don’t mind long series with same plot, then you should totally check this out. Sara Shepard is a beast in my book.


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This entry was posted on August 31, 2010 by in Books.
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