Wednesday, June 11, 2014


Perfect (Pretty Little Liars, #3)Perfect by Sara Shepard
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was really excited to read this one after I finished the second book in the series because the story was basically just starting to get interesting. The book starts off with the girls receiving another text message from the mysterious 'A', it's almost like 'A' wants them to find out who she/he is. Then of course, the girls are even deeper into their lies than before. Spencer has a new secret and 'A' knows all about it, dying to blow the lid on it and tell everyone else.

We actually get to find out about Spencer and Melissa's past in detail this time around. I thought it was great when we find out how they used to be so close but over time, they drifted apart and now they can't even stand the sight of each other. They do bond though in the book and a few times, it seems as though they might be getting over their hate for each other and may possibly move on.

Emily's story line in the book was fantastic! They completely left this out of the TV show so it was very interesting to read about. Her parents send her away to Iowa because she won't join the 'gay away' club, Tree Tops.

Hanna getting hit by the car was still there though, just with a few differences. One mainly being how she made a fool of herself at Mona's party but she can't remember it after she wakes up from her coma. And they completely left out Hanna and Lucas kissing in the TV show too! I wish they would have kept it in because it was really cute and I think their relationship is incredible. I love how he's planning on staying by her side through all the snide remarks and hatred she was getting from everyone.

And then we have Aria. Her story is pretty much the same as the TV show except for the part that she was actually dating Sean Ackard instead of Noel Kahn. And Sean told the police that she was seeing Ezra which obviously led to a lot of drama. Oh, also the whole story line with her Father and Meridith is different too. Completely different. I think it's much better. It makes the story more interesting.

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