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Pretty Little Liars #5: Wicked [Kindle Edition]

Sara Shepard
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (164 customer reviews)

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Book Description

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. . . .

Editorial Reviews


Addictive ... it's scandal central! Company 'Gritty, intimate and revealing' Heat 'This is clique lit with a mystery twist; the author has spun a plethora of possibilities sure to make readers reach for the next instalment. Publishers Weekly 'Glamour and intrigue' Elle

About the Author

Sara Shepard graduated from NYU and has an MFA from Brooklyn College. She currently lives in Tucson, Arizona. Sara's Pretty Little Liars novels were inspired by her upbringing in Philadelphia's Main Line.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1502 KB
  • Print Length: 340 pages
  • Publisher: HarperTeen; Reprint edition (October 6, 2009)
  • Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001FA0UPE
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,878 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Courtesy of Teens Read Too January 6, 2009
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.

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A is for Advanced StAlking March 29, 2010
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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5.0 out of 5 stars A Wickedly Good Book March 22, 2010
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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Hello! I'm from outside Philadelphia, lived in New York for a long time, Arizona for less time, and now I'm in Pittsburgh, PA, which is way nicer than it sounds.

I've always been a writer. I made up stories about my sister's blanket, BeeBee, when I was four. 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. The PRETTY LITTLE LIARS series is based on my experiences there...kind of. Sort of a hyperbolic version of them. Plus some random stuff thrown in.

I've also written THE LYING GAME, which is about a dead twin and an alive twin, THE HEIRESSES, which is about a rich family's curse, and THE PERFECTIONISTS, which is about five somewhat strangers who get everything they wanted...but that comes at a price. I wrote THE VISIBLES, which is about jackalopes and mental illness, and EVERYTHING WE EVER WANTED, which features a guy who discovers his ex lives on a commune.

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Just can't get into this one...
I had a sneaking liking for the series. On a minor note, I did get sick of Aria's damn yak-fur bag. That damn yak-fur bag is her security blanket and it got old fast.

It is not a totally realistic series. None of the parents were all that involved in the girls' lives and when Emily was sent... Read More
Jul 19, 2010 by BeatleBangs1964 |  See all 2 posts
Here are my predictions...
it wouldnt be wilden cus hes dating hannahs mom..and spencers has got to be something to do with the golden orchid, but idk what she could be stealing...hanna has to compete with kate for the whole most popular thing...and im confused an=bout emily... i know its far fetched bu a part of me really... Read More
Aug 17, 2008 by Diana |  See all 22 posts
Wow! (spoilers)
I think that Officer Wilden is acting really suspicioius. I think he might be who killer Ali or who is A. Maybe he joined the police force so he could make sure nobody suspected him. Those girls at the party said he was stabbing the pig and stuff so maybe.. But if he's not in on it then he knows... Read More
Dec 3, 2008 by Corey's Girl |  See all 4 posts
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