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Flawless (Pretty Little Liars, Book 2) Paperback – February 19, 2008

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Book 2 of 16 in the Pretty Little Liars Series

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'Gritty, intimate and revealing' Heat '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 'More glamour and intrigue than The O.C' Elle 'A compulsive tale of first love, must-have labels and life's lessons not yet learned . . .both sweet and sinister - completely compulsive' Louise Candlish --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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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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Product Details

  • Series: Pretty Little Liars (Book 2)
  • Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: HarperTeen; Reprint edition (February 19, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0060887354
  • ISBN-13: 978-0060887353
  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 0.8 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (298 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #350,645 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Hardcover
Alison "Ali" DiLaurentis had the four B's of popularity: beauty, brains, body, and boys. She also had four amazing best friends - Spencer Hastings, Aria Montgomery, Hanna Marin, and Emily Fields. As if their friendship weren't enough, she also knew secrets about all of them. Secrets that no one else even suspected, from bulimia to unfaithful parents, and everywhere in between. Then, one day, just as the summer was beginning, Ali disappeared, leaving four friends weeping in her wake. While their sorrow was strong, Ali's sudden disappearance was also a bit of a relief. After all, now their secrets would never be revealed. But the fact that Ali's body had never been uncovered always left a slight hesitation in their mind. That is, until she was found under a pile of cement, proving that their secrets would stay dead and buried. But maybe they spoke too soon. After four long years, Hanna, Aria, Spencer, and Emily are brought back together to mourn at the funeral of their long lost best friend. But things hit a sour note when the mysterious "A" contacts all of them once more, threatening to reveal their secrets and pin the blame on them for "The Jenna Thing." As if the eerie note isn't horrifying enough, each girl is shocked to see that the police have re-opened Alison's case. Only this time it's being treated as a murder, leaving the four former friends open for police questioning at any time. To make matters worse, Toby Cavanaugh - Jenna's reform school brother - has returned to the quiet town of Rosewood, attending nearby Tate Academy. And, while the former geek turned hottie seems harmless enough this time around, there's a mischievous glimmer in his eye that's leaving everyone on edge. It doesn't help that, since Toby's sudden arrival, "A" has been sending more and more notes.Read more ›
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Format: Hardcover
To start off with, this series is much better than what I've read of the Gossip Girl series. It's more indepth, the characters have each a conscience, their actions have direct consequences, and they inspired pathos. Four privileged young women hide a deep secret. They are just fine going about their lives until they started receiving strange text messages from a mysterious person who only refers to themself as "A". "A" seems to know way too much about each girl- private, personal stuff, as it happens.

The last novel was an introduction to each of the characters. Aria continues to shoulders the burden of the secret of the last novel, Spencer continues to carry on a love affair with her sister's ex-boyfriend, Emily meets a boy that she sort of likes despite her sexual identity issues, and Hanna tries to turn over a new leaf, but, as usual, "A" threatens all that.

I'm begining to suspect Spencer. She witnessed Toby's response to The Jenna Thing, and she discussed what happened while all the other girls were asleep at the slumber party with Ali.

In the last book, I hardly sympathized at all with Hanna, but in this book, we're getting deeper into her psyche and relationship with her parents and how it affects all the other relationships in her life. I began to totally identify with her- can't please her parents, they're angry with her, but don't know the whole story and they won't listen to her side of the story, she can't do anything right. The portion of Spencer's story left me shaking my head at the end. A portion of Aria's story arc is done, but the original one, the one with her teacher, is promised to spice up. Emily's problems with her ex-boyfriend are going to explode in the next book, I'm sure.

Each character is very unique and has their own voice and problems. I think Sara Sheperd is doing a great job with the writing on this. It's like Harry Potter suspense- I can't wait to see how it ends!!
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I decided to read the book after I got into the show. WOW there are a LOT of differences. When they say the show is "loosely" based on the books they mean hanging by a thread. I like the book a lot, but sometimes it gets repetitive and there aren't too many clues as to who A actually is.
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Things escalate quickly in this book, and I love it. A lets some secrets slip, so this book is filled with teenage turmoil and all that good stuff. The Jenna Thing is explained in this book as well. The characters shifted a bit in my opinion. I started to feel for Hanna in this book. The reasons behind her vanity are explained and it makes her a little easier to relate to I think. Emily is very fickle in this book. She will do just about anything for some praise and has no backbone. Spencer and Aria are like little high school stalkers. Seriously. They go pretty nuts over guys and it's just too implausible. I wasn't crazy about the ending, although it was a nice shocking moment. And they got rid of a good character, too, but what can you do? I feel that the ages in this book aren't quite right. They seem too young for a lot of this stuff to happen. It makes sense that the TV show changed their ages when Ali went missing from 13 to 15 due to the content, because it's just too unbelievable.
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Format: Paperback
This book picks up right where the first book leaves off. You can understand Aria's relationship wih the men in her life. Hannah's relationship with her father and her absentminded mother are the source of all her problems with food and how she sees herself. Mommy buys her whatever she wants so she doesn't have to bother with her. Spencer's parents are always comparing her to her sister. They think her sister walks on water, even though there really isn't anything special about her. Her parents' reaction to Spencer's incident with Wren was a bit over the top. No wonder she goes after all that's Melissa's. And as for Emily's racist mother, who has every second of the rest of her life planned out for her. She needs to actually sit down and hear what her daughter has to say. The story continues to unfold, and you get more in depth with the secrets (very very disturbing secrets). The story is alot of fun. There are alot of twists and turns, and you really start to wonder who A is. Just when you think you may have figured it out, YOU'RE WRONG. As I said in my review of the first book, I wouldn't recommend this book to the younger crowd, but certainly the older crowds. There is still all of the same age-inapropriate things that were in the first book. This book talks about rape and drug use as well as the sex, smoking and drinking.
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