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In idyllic Rosewood, Pennsylvania, four very pretty girls just can't help but be bad. . . .

Hanna will do anything to be Rosewood's queen bee. Spencer's digging up her family's secrets. Emily can't stop thinking about her new boyfriend. And Aria approves a little too strongly of her mom's taste in men.

Now that Ali's killer is finally behind bars, the girls think they're safe. But those who forget the past are condemned to repeat it. And they should know by now that I'm always watching. . . .

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Sara Shepard is the author of two New York Times bestselling series, Pretty Little Liars and The Lying Game, as well as the series The Perfectionists. She graduated from New York University and has an MFA from Brooklyn College.

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Par Jess Swann TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 1 juillet 2013
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Alors... attention il y a des spoilers sur les tomes précédents !

Avec la mort de Mona le lecteur peu averti pouvait penser que nos menteuses étaient sorties d'affaire... Que nenni !! Un nouvel A remplace l'ancien alors que la vie des filles connait de nouveaux rebondissements... bien éloignés de la série.

Hanna : vit désormais avec son père,Isabel et la peste de Kate... Son petit ami est Lucas (oui oui, le looser de la série, exit Caleb qui n'existe pas) et a bien du mal à se remettre de la trahison de Mona ( oui, dans les livres, les filles ne sont TOUJOURS pas proches). Elle doit faire face à la redoutable Kate... J'ai bien aimé ce tome qui donnait un peu de profondeur à Hanna

Emily : n'est plus avec Maya et on sent toujours son affection pour Ali... Sauf qu'Emily se cherche sinon il ne lui arrive pas grand chose de passionnant, comme d'hab

Aria : s'est enfin réconciliée avec sa mère tandis que Merédith, la nouvelle chérie de son papa est enceinte ! Elle va aussi faire une rencontre très très perturbante (et ça ça m'a bien plu)

Spencer : entretien toujours des relations délicates avec sa soeur. Elle est quand même au centre de l'histoire avec une grosse révélation qui n'a rien à voir avec la série ^^ Ici idem, exit Toby qui est mort depuis longtemps... mais elle n'est pas seule pour autant !

Sur le fond l'histoire est toujours aussi passionnante et on suit avec plaisir les aventures des filles d'autant plus que la scission avec la série est bien consommée !
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Ian Thomas is in jail awaiting trial and the girls are able to relax and return to their lives. Or can they??? Just when the reader thought that the mystery of A has been solved at the end of UNBELIEVABLE, more bizarre events await the girls of Rosewood.

Hanna, Spencer, Emily, and Aria slowly try to settle back into their normal lives. Hanna is working through the trauma of learning that her best friend tried to kill her. She tries to live with her soon-to-be step-sister, Kate, and build up new friendships at school. Spencer is dealing with the cold shoulder she is receiving from her family. And through her grandmother's will, Spencer has just learned that she might be adopted. Aria has ventured to an art exhibit on her own, only to learn that the guy she was maybe flirting with was the artist himself. And finally Emily has met a boy. A boy that sends tingles through her.

The four girls still meet to discuss their grief and pull themselves together for the trial that is about to begin. But when Ian is released on bail to attend to his dying mother, the mysterious text messages start again.

Each girl receives messages that are more haunting than the ones before Ian was arrested. Now, the sender seems to be stalking them. The messages are sent at the most inopportune times, and some even come with photos attached; photos that were taken mere moments before the text arrived.

As the trial looms nearer, the girls are again thrust together trying to piece together the life that was Alison DiLaurentis. In WICKED, the reader gets a glimpse of the past and how the five girls initially became friends. The story hints at the Time Capsule and the flag pieces that bring the girls together.

In WICKED, Ms.
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This review is from: Pretty Little Liars #5: Wicked (Paperback)
Hang on to your hats and glasses because you are going to take a VERY bumpy ride through Rosewood, Pennsylvania on Philadephia's Main Line!

Alison DiLaurentis, 13, was a bright leader of a girls' clique. The members of said clique were more like satellites than actual friends as Alison's approval tended to give her peers a social leg up. She has been discovered murdered some 4 years after the summer she completed 7th grade in Rosewood Day, a private school on Philadephia's Main Line. These girls drop designer names the way some folks drop names when they want to impress others.

Spencer Hastings, along with the other satellites discovers she has good reason to want to dim the sun around which she revolves. She sputters at the drop of a designer hat. In an earlier installment, readers learn that she has had a history of blackouts. Her older sister, Melissa, favored to the point of excess and indulgence treats her like dog droppings. To make matters worse, the Hastings have ostracized Spencer for plagiarizing her sister's paper and almost accepting the Golden Orchid Award even after Spencer came clean and said she was going to turn herself in. They told her to accept the award so as not to tarnish the family's pristine reputation, but once she confessed they continued to treat her like dirt. They have a history of ostracizing her, as readers of the earlier installments well know. They wouldn't even invite her to eat dinner with them nor allow her to help in planning a fund raiser for her own school which was being held in her own home! To make matters worse, her grandmother does not include her in the will. The old bag stipulated that only "natural born grandchildren" stood to inherit from her vast fortune.
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HASH(0x9cafbf24) étoiles sur 5 Courtesy of Teens Read Too 6 janvier 2009
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Ian Thomas is in jail awaiting trial and the girls are able to relax and return to their lives. Or can they??? Just when the reader thought that the mystery of A has been solved at the end of UNBELIEVABLE, more bizarre events await the girls of Rosewood.

Hanna, Spencer, Emily, and Aria slowly try to settle back into their normal lives. Hanna is working through the trauma of learning that her best friend tried to kill her. She tries to live with her soon-to-be step-sister, Kate, and build up new friendships at school. Spencer is dealing with the cold shoulder she is receiving from her family. And through her grandmother's will, Spencer has just learned that she might be adopted. Aria has ventured to an art exhibit on her own, only to learn that the guy she was maybe flirting with was the artist himself. And finally Emily has met a boy. A boy that sends tingles through her.

The four girls still meet to discuss their grief and pull themselves together for the trial that is about to begin. But when Ian is released on bail to attend to his dying mother, the mysterious text messages start again.

Each girl receives messages that are more haunting than the ones before Ian was arrested. Now, the sender seems to be stalking them. The messages are sent at the most inopportune times, and some even come with photos attached; photos that were taken mere moments before the text arrived.

As the trial looms nearer, the girls are again thrust together trying to piece together the life that was Alison DiLaurentis. In WICKED, the reader gets a glimpse of the past and how the five girls initially became friends. The story hints at the Time Capsule and the flag pieces that bring the girls together.

In WICKED, Ms. Shepard brings the reader even deeper into the intrigue that is Rosewood. Told in alternating voices by each of the girls, the pieces of the puzzle slowly start to come together.

The wonderful thing about the PRETTY LITTLE LIARS series is that Ms. Shepard is able to lead the reader down one path, only to leave the ending wide open and wandering off in a different direction. With the shocking ending of WICKED, the reader will be waiting anxiously for the next installment, KILLER, due out in June 2009.

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HASH(0x9cafe090) étoiles sur 5 A Wickedly Good Book 23 mars 2010
Par D. A. Nesbitt - Publié sur Amazon.com
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In Rosewood, Pennsylvania, where Burberry earmuffs keep diamond-studded ears warm, four very pretty girls have done some very wicked things. High school juniors Hanna, Spencer, Emily, and Aria have paid dearly for their sins. A stalker named "A" terrorized them for months and revealed their darkest secrets. But now that A's true identity has been revealed, the girls can finally go back to their pretty little lives. Only, once a pretty little liar, always a pretty little liar--and these girls just can't help but be bad. Hanna will do anything to be Rosewood's queen bee. Spencer starts stealing from her parents. Emily can't stop thinking about her new boyfriend. And Aria approves a little too strongly of her mom's taste in men. As the secrets get darker and the scandals juicier, the consequences turn deadly. After all, girls who forget the past are condemned to repeat it. And in Rosewood, someone is always watching. I liked how each character had something about them that you could relate to. They were all different, yet all the same. I like how it builds up to each event. It makes me want to keep reading. I didn't dislike anything about it. One of the themes is that you never know who your true friends are. The girls are constantly struggling to find out who they can really trust. When they finally think they do, someone turns their back on them. The setting plays a key role. it is in idyllic Rosewood, Pennsylvania where everyone has money and nothing seems to go wrong. So when something does, it is a huge deal in Rosewood. The girls thought they were invincible, but they really arn't. A main symbol is the text messages the girls get. It symbols the unknown. The girls have no clue who is sending the texts and they sent the whole book trying to find out, trying to solve the mystery. They want to figure out the unknown. It is a great book and I recommend reading it and all her other books.
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HASH(0x9cafe3cc) étoiles sur 5 A is for Advanced StAlking 30 mars 2010
Par BeatleBangs1964 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Hang on to your hats and glasses because you are going to take a VERY bumpy ride through Rosewood, Pennsylvania on Philadephia's Main Line!

Alison DiLaurentis, 13, was a bright leader of a girls' clique. The members of said clique were more like satellites than actual friends as Alison's approval tended to give her peers a social leg up. She has been discovered murdered some 4 years after the summer she completed 7th grade in Rosewood Day, a private school on Philadephia's Main Line. These girls drop designer names the way some folks drop names when they want to impress others.

Spencer Hastings, along with the other satellites discovers she has good reason to want to dim the sun around which she revolves. She sputters at the drop of a designer hat. In an earlier installment, readers learn that she has had a history of blackouts. Her older sister, Melissa, favored to the point of excess and indulgence treats her like dog droppings. To make matters worse, the Hastings have ostracized Spencer for plagiarizing her sister's paper and almost accepting the Golden Orchid Award even after Spencer came clean and said she was going to turn herself in. They told her to accept the award so as not to tarnish the family's pristine reputation, but once she confessed they continued to treat her like dirt. They have a history of ostracizing her, as readers of the earlier installments well know. They wouldn't even invite her to eat dinner with them nor allow her to help in planning a fund raiser for her own school which was being held in her own home! To make matters worse, her grandmother does not include her in the will. The old bag stipulated that only "natural born grandchildren" stood to inherit from her vast fortune. That raises the question - is Spencer adopted or is the old bag just as unloving as her son and daughter-in-law? Remember - Spencer did describe her as not being kid friendly in an early volume.

Aria Montgomery had been having an affair with her English teacher, Ezra Fitz. Her theme song is Van Halen's "Hot For Teacher." Back in town after a 3-year stay in Iceland, Aria reluctantly re-enters Rosewood Day School and the consequences of her father's infidelity. Aria's mother re-admits her into the house upon learning Aria knew about the affair even before the family left for Iceland. Aria, who has always had a thing for older men accepts her mother's invitation to an art show where she meets an attractive older man who turns out to be one of the artists. Some interesting plot twists later, Aria is literally fighting him off. He could be a statutory rapist. Sadly, Aria feels she cannot blow the whistle on him as she fears being ousted from the house once again. She carries her Icelandic yak-fur bag like Linus does his security blanket. Her brother Mike, some 2-years younger thinks the artist is the greatest thing since his on-going passion, lacrosse. He remains on the fence post regarding familial alliances.

Emily Fields, a reknowned swimmer has finally become open about her sexual orientation. She has broken up with her partner, Maya, who is now living in the DeLaurentis house. Her irate parents shipped her off to her unloving aunt and uncle in Iowa in an early installment. Luckily, she meets a very kind boy named Isaac at a church social and in time enjoys a girlfriend-boyfriend relationship with Isaac. She also discovers her own bisexuality at this time.

Hanna - a former fat girl now a bulimic femme fatale has survived a lot. In an earlier installment, she was run over by a car; discovered what "fake friending" means and learns that popularity is as shifting as the shadows that stalk her and the other 3 girls. Her ulta-kind (or to use a word that crops up a lot in this book, "uber") boyfriend, Lucas stands by her side until she makes an accusation with devastating repercussions. Her own father all but ousts her from the family as well and his favoritism towards his stepdaughter to be, Kate is sickening. Kate is sneaky and conniving and Hanna has to be on high alert around her at all times.

Someone else is making the girls remain on high alert. The mysterious A who has been shadowing them ever since Alison's death is back in town and A is adept at finding out the girls' darkest secrets and deepest fears. A sends them mysterious text messages and e-mails and another casualty falls into this story as well. Hang on to your hats and glasses - once you enter Rosewood, you can't leave until you find out the fate of the Pretty Little Liars and the mysterious A! Rosewood, Pennsylvania is like the Hotel California of Eagles' fame - you can check out any time you like, but you can never leave. In fact, that 1976 Eagles' classic could be the theme song for this outwardly idyllic Main Line town.
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HASH(0x9cafbedc) étoiles sur 5 This is the fifth book to the Pretty Little Liars series 9 novembre 2015
Par Samantha - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is the fifth book to the Pretty Little Liars series. Aria's mom starts to date an artist, but Aria also likes him and he likes her as well. Aria starts to live her Dad and Meredith so she won't have to interfere with her mom's new relationship which I don't get why would she want her mom to be with someone who is willing to cheat on her, Her mom will be hurt in the long run anyways. Spencer confesses to stealing Melissa's paper, and is now cast out and wasn't added to her grandmother's will. She figures she must be adopted. Hanna becomes friends with her stepsister until she hears Kate plotting something against Hanna so in return Hanna tells everyone that Kate has Herpes and her dad takes Kates side. Ian's body is found in the after he didn't come to his hearing.
HASH(0x9cafe888) étoiles sur 5 A New "A" on the Horizon 12 avril 2015
Par Sheri Cheatwood - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
After my last run in with Pretty Little Liars I was a bit skeptical to start the fifth book in the series, Wicked. Book #4.5 titled, Pretty Little Secrets, did not entertain me at all. That is actually my least favorite book in the series so far. It was like a mystery novel with no mystery. After reading that book, I realized how important the character of "A" is to the entire series. Without "A" there would be no Pretty Little Liars.

Continuing where the last book left off, after Christmas break, we find the liars in disarray leading up to Ian's trial. The liars are convinced that Ian is Ali's killer and A. All of this while dealing with their own personal family issues.

I thought this book was much better than the last PLL book I read, but I'm still finding myself disappointed with these books, and I think it's because I watched the show before I started reading the book series. I'm starting to realize that the book series is completely different from the show. I honestly thought that when I started reading the books they would be like the show and follow the same storyline as the show. I was very wrong. The only similarity between the show and these books is that it follows the same 4/5 girls who are being stalked by a mysterious person named "A". The way events happen, the order in which people die, and even the importance of some characters is completely different. I feel like even the relationship between the girls in the book is very different than the one portrayed on the show. In the show all the girls are really close and pretty much confide in each other about almost everything. In the books, the girls rarely talk and seem like they don't trust each other enough to tell each other anything. Another interesting thing is that the "A" portrayed in the books is way scarier than the "A" in the show. The "A" in the books is a true stalker because she/he sends texts at the most perfect times for you to know that "A" was just there, watching you. The "A" in the show isn't as stalkerish in my opinion. She/he just knows tons of secrets from the girls pasts, and likes to use it against them. I really have to separate these books from the show and think about them as their own mystery series. Either way, I'm determined to finish this entire series by the end of the year.

S.
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