Stunning

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Stunning

Pretty Little Liars #11

This is another book in the “pretty little liars” series in which it would be best to read the others in the series, or be totally lost. I admit that this isn’t my normal fanfare and while “Stunning” is not my favorite book, it isn’t a bad read. I do always wonder what A has planned next for these four girls. Those who love the “pretty little liars” television series will consider these books must reads.

In this book you learn that A still has a huge impact over the lives of Spencer, Aria, Emily, and Hanna. Emily is still recovering from the previous summer and all the things that happened. What types of things is Aria going through in this novel? Will she learn that there are many different types of secrets. Hanna is still Hanna, with A still driving them all crazy. And Spencer is driven to the point where she will stop at nothing to get into Princeton. With more and more secrets popping up, read “Stunning” to find out what happens next to the girls.


Book Blurb for Stunning

In Rosewood, Pennsylvania, four stunningly beautiful girls are haunted by a very ugly past. Spencer, Aria, Hanna, and Emily want nothing more than to forget Alison DiLaurentis, their former best friend who tried to ruin their lives. But someone refuses to let her memory die. A is still out there, lurking in the shadows and digging up the pretty little liars' newest secrets.

Emily's reconnecting with an old flame, one baby step at a time. But is she headed toward true love or another bundle of heartache? Spencer's learning about the highs and lows of campus life on a trip to Princeton. Aria's seeing a whole new side to Noel's dad—and it could drive a wedge between her and Noel. And, for better or worse, Hanna's getting in touch with her inner A.

Secret by secret, lie by lie, the girls get tangled in A's dangerous web. A knows about everything, from their tiniest transgressions to the awful incident in Jamaica. Soon A will have enough ammunition to pull the trigger and end the pretty little liars, once and for all. . . .


Night Owl Reviews Sep, 2012 3.00