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They’ve kept their scandalous secrets hidden for years, but now someone named "A" has the dirt to bury them all alive…and it may be too late to outrun the truth.

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It’s now a hit TV show, but Pretty Little Liars began as Sara Shepard‘s #1 New York Times bestselling series—and you’re cheating yourself if you haven’t read the books! Start the liar’s Rosewood adventure where it all began with Pretty Little Liars Book One and experience the addictive adventures of Aria, Hanna, Emily, and Spencer that inspired one of the most-watched, most-tweeted-about shows in TV history.
For four little liars, the battle for a piece of the Rosewood Day flag began in sixth grade—but Alison DiLaurentis had it, like everything else that Aria, Emily, Hanna and Spencer wanted.
Back in middle school, Ali plucked Emily, Hanna, Aria, and Spencer from obscurity and turned four pretty little liars into the beautiful, popular girls they’d always wanted to be.
Are Aria, Emily, Hanna and Spencer the girls who cried wolf? Or the liars who cried A? The Rosewood Police think they’re hiding something.
It’s been a year since the mystery of Alison DiLaurentis‘ disappearance was finally solved, and Aria, Emily, Hanna, and Spencer think they’ve heard the last of A.
Last spring Aria, Spencer, Hanna, and Emily tried to make their memories of Alison DiLaurentis disintegrate like the fire-singed walls of the Poconos house where they left Ali to burn.
Hanna, Aria, Spencer, and Emily have been lying ever since they became friends with beautiful Alison DiLaurentis.
In this sizzling hot Pretty Little Liars novel, Rosewood’s loveliest little fibbers take a cruise vacation to leave their troubles behind—but where Spencer, Aria, Hanna, and Emily go, A goes, too.
Spencer, Aria, Hanna, and Emily want nothing more than to forget Alison DiLaurentis, their former best friend who tried to ruin their lives.
In the dramatic conclusion to the first ‘A’ chapter in Sara Shepard’s bestselling series, Emily, Hanna, Aria, and Spencer could get everything they’ve ever wanted—unless A has one more horrifying twist in store.
Spencer, Hanna, Emily, and Aria have been keeping killer secrets for an entire year .
Aria, Hanna, Emily, and Spencer have been hiding these scandalous stories since winter break of their junior year.

Novels[edit] First Arc[edit] Book # Title Publication Date ISBN Pages 1 Pretty Little Liars October 3, 2006[10] 978-0-06-088730-8 286[10] The story introduces an exclusive group of friends: Alison DiLaurentis, the popular yet manipulative queen bee, Aria Montgomery, an independent girl who is considered to be the oddball in Rosewood, she also went to Iceland for the summer, Emily Fields, a swimmer who holds secret feelings for Alison, she actually loved her, Hanna Marin, who strives to be thin and popular like Alison, and Spencer Hastings, an overachiever who is brave enough to stand up against Alison’s manipulative ways.
While Aria, Emily and Hanna go to the police station to tell Darren that Mona is "A", Mona drives Spencer to Floating Man’s Quarry, where she explains that she saw what happened on the night of The Jenna Thing, and when Maya moved in, she found Alison’s diary, which contained the girls’ secrets.
The series follows the lives of four girls – Spencer Hastings, Hanna Marin, Aria Montgomery, and Emily Fields – whose clique falls apart after the disappearance of their leader, Alison DiLaurentis, in the summer after 7th grade.
8 Wanted June 8, 2010[17] 978-0-06-156617-2 259[17] Aria, Hanna, Emily and Spencer are shocked to learn of the existence of Alison’s twin sister, Courtney, when she’s introduced at a press conference.

The series follows the lives of four girls – Spencer Hastings, Hanna Marin, Aria Montgomery, and Emily Fields– whose clique falls apart after the disappearance of their leader, Alison DiLaurentis.
The series follows the lives of four teenage girls;— Aria Montgomery, Emily Fields, Hanna Marin, and Spencer Hastings— whose clique falls apart after the disappearance of their leader, Alison DiLaurentis.
Spencer, Aria, Emily, Hanna, and their best friend Alison were once the girls at Rosewood Day School.
In the exclusive town of Rosewood, Pennsylvania, where the sweetest smiles hide the darkest secrets, four pretty little liars- Spencer, Aria, Emily, and Hanna- have been very bad girls.
Hanna, Aria, Spencer, and Emily have been lying ever since they became friends with beautiful Alison DiLaurentis.
Spencer, Aria, Hanna, and Emily want nothing more than to forget Alison DiLaurentis, their former best friend who tried to ruin their lives.
For years scandal has rocked Rosewood, Pennsylvania—and high school seniors Aria, Emily, Hanna, and Spencer have always been at the center of the drama.
Back in middle school, Ali plucked Emily, Hanna, Aria, and Spencer from obscurity and turned them into the beautiful, popular girls everyone wanted to be.
Now Courtney was best friends with Emily, Aria, Spencer, and Hanna, and in one way or another, she learned all of their deepest secrets.
On Saturday morning – the day Courtney was to be taken to the Preserve, Hanna, Aria, Spencer and Emily each arrive at the DiLaurentis home to steal Ali’s flag piece.

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"I’m so glad seventh grade is over," Aria said as she, Emily, and Hanna followed Alison and Spencer toward the renovated barn-turned-guesthouse where Spencer’s older sister, Melissa, had lived for her junior and senior years of high school.
Alison, Aria, Spencer, Emily, and Hanna bonded last year when their parents volunteered them to work Saturday afternoons at Rosewood Day School’s charity drive–well, all except for Spencer, who volunteered herself.
High school juniors Spencer, Hanna, Aria and Emily have grown apart since their best friend Alison DiLaurentis went missing three years ago.
High school juniors Spencer, Hanna, Aria and Emily have grown apart since their best friend Alison DiLaurentis went missing three years ago.
School Library JournalGr 9 Up-Rosewood, PA, is filled with mansions, Mercedes, and fortunate girls like Alison, Spencer, Emily, Aria, and Hanna.
Then they each start receiving cryptic messages from someone named "A" who seems to know everything, and makes them wonder, "Was she back?" The four girls are fairly standard types: there is free-spirited Aria, overachiever Spencer, good-girl Emily, a star swimmer, and glamorous Hanna.
Alison was the only seventh grader to make the JV team and got rides home with the older Rosewood Day School girls, who blasted Jay-Z from their Cherokees and sprayed Alison with perfume before dropping her off so that she wouldn’t smell like the cigarettes they’d all been smoking.

The second, third, and fourth books often reiterate past events from the first book and while this is probably done to help new readers understand what’s going on if they’re starting out of order, it feels like unnecessary padding for those who read the books in sequential order.
From there I wrote about squareheaded creatures, an environmental saga about little yellow men who live in vegetable gardens, teenage dramas well before I was a teenager, a book series about a Japanese girl who finds out her ancestors are samaurai (and she must be one, too), a bunch of arty short stories, and some books that maybe you’ve heard of.
(Bad move ABC Family!) Anyway, I was in no mood to watch another show based around teenage sex and pregnancy where some stupid girl gets knocked up, then falls in with another guy, who is really in with her little sister, who ends up impregnated only days after her older sister gives birth, but not by the guy who knocked up the first sister or who loved the younger sister, but the mysterious foreign exchange student for Switzerland who’s really a… I’m getting carried away and that sentence is not grammatically correct, but it doesn’t deserved to be fixed.
For someone who began to follow the series on TV first, I appreciated the plot curveballs in the books instead of always knowing what was coming next – one character’s death in the second book completely threw me off guard.
There are several aspects of the books I enjoyed, primarily that the chapters are short (usually less than ten pages) and the POV shifts between the four girls à la the TV show.
In the books, their relationship just feels like two people’s hormones firing at the same time, but in the show, they meet, find common ground, and then begin to fall in love.
Low Notes: It is rare, especially in the first four books, to read about all four of the girls hanging out together.
The first book, simply titled Pretty Little Liars, sets up the main story – it’s condensed into the first episode of the television show.
The whodunit style of the show is very appealing and both the acting and writing make it a notch above other typical teenage dramas and the best series ABC Family has ever produced (which, given such trite shows as The Secret Life of the American Teenager, isn’t that hard).
Originally, I was attracted to these books because of the "Pretty Little Liars" television series ABC Family aired based off of these books.
However, the second book veered off course entirely! Soon, I found that the book and television show were two different entities with only minor similarities and there were things I enjoyed and disliked in both.
Also, the love affairs in the book are more scandalous and less believable in the books, especially the relationship between Aria and her teacher.

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I have the books but am a little confused to their order.
Have you read them all yet? They are soo good!! I'm just starting number five.
I have the books but am a little confused to their order.

A review of the first twelve books in the Pretty Little Liars series by Sara Shepard plus the two side novels.
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The series follows four girls – Spencer Hastings, Hanna Marin, Aria Montgomery and Emily Fields – whose group falls apart when their leader, Alison DiLaurentis, disappears.
Three years later, her body is found and they start getting messages from a mysterious person using the name “A” who vows to expose their secrets and get revenge.

In continuation from the “Pretty Little Liars” series Hanna, Aria, Spencer, and Emily continue to receive text messages from an unknown person, “A”, who threatens to expose them of their secrets.
Aria, Spencer, Emily, and Hanna are all arrested for Ali’s murder; together in a jail cell, they realize that “A” has tricked each of them into believing someone else killed Ali.
It seems like only yesterday that Hanna Marin, Alison “Ali” DiLaurentis, Spencer Hastings, Aria Montgomery, and Emily Fields were carefree, fun-loving seventh graders at posh private school Rosewood Day.
Now the mysterious “A” has dredged up the past once more; barraging Hanna, Spencer, Aria, and Emily with painful memories of the past via text messages.
At the opening party for Radley, a former so-called “haven for troubled youth”, Emily finds proof that Jason DiLaurentis had been a patient there, and soon Hanna, Aria, and Emily all come to believe that Jason and Darren Wilden had something to do with Ali’s murder.
At first the girls think “A” is Alison because she is the only person who knew their secrets, but then they start to believe the person behind the threats is Toby, because some messages they receive refer to ‘The Jenna Thing’ and with Alison dead, he is the only other person who was a part of the incident, although everyone but Spencer is unaware of why he took the blame for what happened to Jenna.
Emily reads a note Toby left for her that tells the truth about ‘The Jenna Thing’, which previously Emily thought Toby was referring to Alison when she told him “I know what you did to her.” Spencer tells the other girls the truth: Toby abused his stepsister and Toby promised to keep a secret for Alison if she did the same for him.
“A” sends Emily a text message hinting that “A” knows about Emily and Maya’s romantic relationship and ‘A” leaves a note for Hanna that forces her to tell Riley and Naomi that she makes herself throw up and that Sean was the one who broke up with her.
“A” sends Spencer messages which make her suspicious of her mother; Spencer learns that at one point her father had been having an affair with Ali’s mother.

I think Shepard should have ended the series at four books, but she didn’t ask me! I did read the additional four books, and while they did stay true to the story line and plot, they seemed a bit forced and I did not look forward to the next one like I did with the first half of the series.
The books in the series, in order, are (1) Pretty Little Liars, (2) Flawless, (3) Perfect, (4) Unbelievable, (5) Wicked, (6) Killer, (7) Heartless, (8) Wanted, (9) Twisted {due to be released July 5th, 2011}, and (10) Ruthless {due to be released December 6th, 2011}.

Among the mega mansions and perfectly manicured hedges of Rosewood, Pennsylvania, everyone has something to hide–especially four very pretty little liars.
Among the mega mansions and perfectly manicured hedges of Rosewood, Pennsylvania, everyone has something to hide–especially four very pretty little liars.
High school juniors Spencer, Hanna, Aria, and Emily have been keeping secrets ever since their best friend, Alison DiLaurentis, disappeared three years ago.

Alison was angry that Courtney stole her life, so after Courtney died, the real Alison took revenge as "A." Judging by everyone’s explanations that “A” won’t be the same as in the books, we’d say the whole twin impersonation twist probably won’t happen on TV.

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Then they each start receiving cryptic messages from someone named "A" who seems to know everything, and makes them wonder, "Was she back?" The four girls are fairly standard types: there is free-spirited Aria, overachiever Spencer, good-girl Emily, a star swimmer, and glamorous Hanna.
The first book in the #1 New York Times bestselling series that inspired the hit ABC Family TV show Pretty Little Liars.
Their scandals, too, echo the over-the-top fare typical of guilty pleasure books: Aria is having an affair with her new AP English teacher, for example, while Emily finds that kissing a girl "felt a zillion times different than kissing" her boyfriend.
Readers will certainly find enough drama to keep the pages turning (one girl battles bulimia, another steals her sister’s boyfriend—and then there’s what’s buried in Alison’s old backyard), and they will no doubt have fun piecing together who and what could be behind those bizarre messages.

In a nod to the passionate online fanbase that made PLL a success, something that was the subject of an EW cover story just weeks ago, the announcement was first made via the show’s official social media channels.
According to a release, Ravenswood will “center on a town, not far from Rosewood, PA (the home base of Pretty Little Liars), which has suffered under a deadly curse for generations.
ABC Family announced today the launch of a Pretty Little Liars spin-off titled Ravenswood, set to launch in October.
The new series will premiere on following the annual Pretty Little Liars Halloween episode, and comes from PLL executive producer team I.

Five-Man Band: While Alison was still around, She was The Leader, Spencer was The Lancer, Emily was the Big Guy, Aria isTheSmartGuy and Hanna was The Chick.
Four Girl Ensemble: Hanna is the sexy one, Emily is the sweet one, Aria is the snarky one and Spencer is the lancing Team Mom.
Hanna is The Ditz, Emily is boyish one, Spencer is a Deadpan Snarker with mild shades of Fille Fatale and Aria is very preoccupied with self-searching and artsy expression.
Four-Temperament Ensemble: Aria (Melancholic), Hanna (Sanguine), Spencer (Choleric), Emily (Phlegmatic).
Insane Troll Logic: Mona claims that she started the A scheme as a means to get back at the girls, not for their treatment of her, but for the fact that Hannah was spending more time with them and less time with her, even though they’d barely hung out together at all after Alison’s death and it was in fact the A scheme that brought them together again.

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it’s about there are 5 friends named Alison,Hanna,Spencer,Emily.and Aria abd Alison dies but the girls start getting messages from a person with the initial -A and they think …Alison is still alive but Alison only knew their secrets they never found out of any of her secrets and they all have to keep this secret of hers that is called THE JENNA THING now the Jenna Thing is about Alison thinks she saw Toby peek through their window while they were changing clothes so Alison wants revenge and she lights his garage on fire but didn’t know that Jenna was in there and Toby was going to tell the police that it was them but Alison had something on him which is that one time Alison looked through his window and saw that he raped Jenna-his stepsister so he couldn’t tell the police it was them or else Alison will tell everybody that they were the ones who did that so a couple weeks later Alison died – but this is what happened -the true story The girls were having a sleepover at Spencer’s barn and since Alison lives right across from Spencer’s.

For viewers who have never read the books on which their favorite shows are based, or maybe aren’t even aware the books existed, these spin-offs, like Pretty Little Liars, are excellent opportunities to get people reading! And where are these books found?? At the library, of course! If you find yourself in need of a PLL fix before the second season begins, or you want to revisit the series, go to the library and catch up on the books.
The show throws in different little things from the books to remind you that it is based off the book series but other then those little things, it is completely different! It makes me sad but at the same time at least I have no idea what is going to happen next.
Fans of the ABC Family television series Pretty Little Liars rejoice – new episodes began airing on January 3, 2011! The hit drama, based on Sara Shepard’s series of books by the same name, premiered this past summer to less than favorable critical reviews, but the fans ate it right up.
While the PLL books are just okay, they are not half as bad as the books "The Vampire Diaries" are based off of – the show doesn't even resemble the television series, and I'm really happy about that.
the books are way better they have more detail and more suspense to them not just because of A but also because the other situations they get into the show doesn't tell you much in 30 minutes plus you have to wait a week to know 1 thing when you can find out the same day by reading the book.

I first discovered Pretty Little Liars through the TV series and since the very first episode I have been hooked – hooked to the point where I wanted to actually read the books in order to find out what happens next as I couldn’t wait for the next episode to see what happens.
Aria, Hanna, Spencer and Emily were once Rosewood day’s it girls, along with their BFF Alison.
Pretty Little Liars is a really good book for young adult readers and I think it will be an extremely popular series.
If anyone is the ringleader of the group it is Alison, and the other girls cannot help but confide all their secrets to her.
I can’t wait to read Flawless which is the second book so I can find out what the girls plan to do next.
Now Spencer is kissing her sister’s boyfriend, Aria is having an affair with her English teacher, Hanna shoplifts with loser-turned-cool-girl Mona, and Emily likes her new neighbour Maya- as much more than a friend.

They go everywhere together, thinking no-one can come between … Show synopsis Aria, Emily, Spencer, Hanna and Alison have been best friends since the third grade.
Aria, Emily, Spencer, Hanna and Alison have been best friends since the third grade.
Three years later and Aria is having an affair with her teacher; Emily is questioning her sexuality; Hanna is a thief; and Spencer is flirting with her sister’s fiance.

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