- Series: Pretty Little Liars (Book 15)
- Paperback: 352 pages
- Publisher: HarperTeen (May 12, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0062287028
- ISBN-13: 978-0062287021
- Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 0.8 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 7.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 115 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #281,262 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Pretty Little Liars #15: Toxic Paperback – May 12, 2015
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From the Back Cover
Once a liar, always a liar
The Rosewood police think they've finally caught the notorious stalker and murderer known as A. But Hanna, Aria, Emily, and Spencer know that the real A is still out there—and as long as I'm on the loose, they have to watch their backs.
Hanna is offered the role of a lifetime—in a movie about her life. Aria's paintings go viral, until her fine art escalates to the art of war. Spencer starts an antibullying blog but finds that her homepage is as dangerous as her home life. And Emily goes behind bars to reconnect with the girl who stole her heart.
Who knew I'd be so hard to track down? But these girls are always ten steps behind me, and pretty soon they'll give me just what I need to ruin them—once and for all.
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Hanna: She's found her acting bug, and is encouraged to star in a movie about what happened to them. Hanna befriends the girl who is to play her. A few things happen, and Hanna is thrusted into the lime light, even though she may not be ready for it, and there's kind of a price she pays.
Aria: She's become an artist, and soon finds that a very wealthy investor takes an interest in her work, and is very pleased to finally be entering the Art World. However, someone is waiting for her, and is ready to destroy her in a moments notice.
Spencer: Spencer has had enough of bulling from A. She starts an Anti-Bulling webpage and in a way it's a release from all the stress and bulling from A. Others have posted on her site about how they were bullied, and it becomes a support group. That being said, everyone isn't pleased with Spencer, and they've formed a group of their own, and will do anything to bring Spencer and the PLL's down. They support Alison.
Emily: Emily is just trying to survive. She's facing a lot, and then gets support from a source that she thought she lost sometime ago. Emily has had enough of A, and just wants to get on with her life. Emily has other problems besides A, her personal life is also crumbling, and Alison is happy to add to her misery.
***Could be some spoilers*****
Spencer really annoyed me in this book. She tells a stranger all that has happened to her, and how they plan to fight Alison. This is very unSpencer like. It seemed that all of sudden Spencer is an idiot. It was a character change for her, and not a good one.
Emily was awesome! She's has had a lot of character growth and development, and it was nice to see. She's had enough of A/Alison, and brings the fight to Alison's front door, and does it alone. You can only push someone so far, before they push back.
Aria was very interesting in this book. I liked how we were able to see the psychological effects A/Alison has had on her.
Hanna was kind of a waste in this book. A/Alison didn't really do anything to her. If Hanna just broke apart from the PLL's, she'd be fine.
Okay, this book wasn't that great, actually, it was okay at best. I missed the texts/messages from A, and how she was omnipresent. There were two small ones, but I can't count that as official messages from A. I also missed the "What Happens Next....." at the end of the other books. Honestly, that was one of my favorite parts of the series. A special message from A to us. This book didn't have that, and honestly, I felt like I was cheated.
This was a "filler" book and was kind of boring to read. Alison did attack someone in the book, and that was good, but other than that, not much happened with Alison/A.
For me, what saved the book was Emily. She was fantastic. I can't say too much because I don't want to spoil the only good aspect about the book. Let's just say that Emily has a lot of positive character development. If she didn't have such a strong solid part to the book, I'd give it one or two stars.
Over all, this was a let down from the other books in the series. If you have to get it, get it from the library. If you want to skip this book altogether, I can't blame you, and you wouldn't be missing much.
The next book in the series is that last book, and frankly, the series needs to end. I just hope the next book is much better and it has a satisfying ending.
The characters bring this stuff onto themselves. They are so unbelievable and annoying.
Throughout this book, they were so paranoid. They heard someone laugh and they were like "Ali's gonna kill us right now!"
The last few pages were good, and the cliffhanger was actually interesting. That was the only saving grace in this book.
I know I don't have to read this book and read another one that I would actually like. But, I've read the other 14. If I didn't see how it ended, it would be like a waste of time.
Well, let's see. I happen to be a GIANT PLL fan, so of course I liked Toxic. love love loved it! The plot twist at the end, whew! I honestly don't know if I can wait till December! Obviously, one of my favorite part s was Noel and Aria, and everything that happened there, but I really did like the book. One thing I did notice was that the whole scene at the end with Noel and Aria seemed a lot like in Ruthless, but whatever. I'm glad things turned out the way they did! Overall, immensely satisfied!