Pretty Little Liars #11: Stunning

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HarperCollins, Jun 5, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 320 pages
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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. . . .

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15 year old wanted this book

User Review  - mcquaidkat - Overstock.com

My 15 year old daughter wanted this book for her birthday. She has read every book in the {PLL series and was excited to get this new one. She told me that it is the perfect book to read on summer vacation. Read full review

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User Review  - Jessica *The Lovely Books* - Goodreads

Almost got bored for the first time. But those endings are what keep me reading! I am really digging Noel and Aria. As for the show i am all about Ezra and Aria. Weird huh? Anyways, these girls need ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Sara Shepard is the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling series Pretty Little Liars. She graduated from New York University and has an MFA from Brooklyn College. Sara recently moved back to Philadelphia’s Main Line from Arizona, where the Lying Game series is set.