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Actually, despite the author mentioning the diary pretty heavily, it didn't even occur to me that that's what A was using to mine the secrets. The Liars are arrested for Ali's murder. So we just keep getting four completely different story lines that somehow all come together by the end of the book so we can have all of our Liars together at once. This A is revealed to be Alison herself who wanted revenge on the Liars for ruining her life and Nick, who is revealed to be her accomplice.

This book will get you hooked from start to finish. They discover that the girl they were friends with years ago was actually Courtney, and the real Ali was stuck in an institution. She suffers from an eating disorder, about which she received taunts from Alison. He was on the trip to Jamaica, he went to Iceland. The franchise has been licensed by Amazon.

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Instead of being the nerdy boy, Klaudius, that Noel expected, the exchange student turns out to be a gorgeous blonde, Klaudia, who tries to steal Noel from Aria. Criminals are lower-class people with no respect for the law and morality. She doesn't deserve to get treated like shit from Mike. Emily befriends the new girl in town, Maya St. Also, a lot of the compliments I had for the previous book remain.

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She meets him and actually ends up liking him, finding his name is Chase. They break up when she learns he has been seeing multiple other girls while dating her, and reconciles with Mike. The atmosphere was intense, the secrets were incredible, and the ending left me wanting to find out more! Spencer's family discovers she cheated on her Golden Orchid essay, but keep it quiet to protect their reputation.

And that time she stole that medication. Spencer knows him as Phineas, a guy at Penn's summer program who sold her study drugs.

It's so so so frustrating, but enjoyable nonetheless. Spencer is the killer, then she isn't. Eventually, Hanna's father forbids her from talking to anyone except Kate.

Hanna is the new popular girl in town alongside the former nerd, Mona Vanderwaal. Spencer also decides to fight for Colin. Aria and her Mom make up and Meredith gets knocked up. This puts her at risk of hurting her mother again and further damaging their newly repaired relationship.

Shepard has never been one for subtlety. Spencer meets a woman named Olivia Caldwell who she thinks is her real mother, and attempts to move to New York, but it turns out to be a scam and she loses her college money. Was she even A in the first place? Chloe walks in on her dad kissing Emily, but thinks that it's Emily who is wrecking her family her father had previously been cheating. Meanwhile an awful lot of nothing happens.

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Hanna is thrilled that Mona approves of Spencer, and they consider letting her join their clique. She has money and reveals that she is going to lure someone else to kill with her again.

It basically amounts to a clutch of blank spaces in different outfits standing about waiting to reach the last chapter. Hanna knew him as Jackson, the bartender who kept on giving Madison drinks and refusing to get a cab, resulting in Hanna getting in a wreck with Madison. This book moved at a good, fast paced and the plot line was well thought out.

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Depressed, Kelsey overdoses and attempts to throw herself into the quarry where Mona died, but Emily saves her and Kelsey is sent to the Preserve for treatment. After, Nick and Ali grab gas masks and turn on a poisonous gas.

Aria's satisfied with breaking up with him, but is paranoid about someone following her. Later on, she receives a text that tells her Sean is at Foxy with another girl. She's just a really well developed character and shes sweet and has so much crap going on, you can't help but feel for her. Hanna and Lucas break up after Hanna tells everyone that Kate has herpes at a party to sabotage her.

Mona confesses to being A in Unbelievable, then in the end we have another A on our hands. And that time Hanna was arrested for shoplifting. The book begins with the girls vacationing in Jamaica and Emily seeing a girl who she believes is Ali. It's so sad how Mona pointed fingers at everyone and stalked these poor innocent girls. Thank goodness finally a parent with a brain in the series!

Wilden sort of pushes it off, and begins the search hours after the girls had shared their story. From home life, to new friendships, to breaking down the walls between family, each girl doesn't end the story as messed up as they began.

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By this point in this series each individual event is taking place purely for the sake of drama, and makes no narrative sense. For readers who are not as impressed with this series as I am - every quartet is a great place to stop if you don't want to leave things off on a bad ending. Hanna joins a boot camp after thinking she gained too much weight at a holiday party. By that point, Aria and Noel's relationship is shaky and uncertain.

Ella finds out that Byron is having an affair with a student named Meredith Gates and kicks him out, leaving Ella and Aria's mother-daughter relationship shattered. Everything is fixed and there is no need whatsoever for the series to continue. She also develops a rival, Dinah, another girl who also likes Vince. Mona hires hot males to carry Hanna to her party and to do all the serving. They identify this girl as Tabitha Clark from New Jersey.

Emily has been shipped of to Iowa to live with her ultraconservative cousins. Melissa seems to be helping Spencer win Colin's heart, but Colin ends up taking an interest in Melissa.

The girls all know him as someone else. After Maya catches Emily and Trista dancing very close on the dance floor she storms out in anger. They girls do as they are told and the go down. Meanwhile Hanna has some sort of near-death-experience vision thing that makes no sense and basically consists of the whole prologue written out again, presumably for padding.