Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Wanted (PLL) ~ Sara Shepard review

Wanted (Pretty Little Liars #8)
June 8, 2010
272 pages

With a man now arrested and charged with both Ali and **spoiler**'s murders, Spencer, Aria, Emily and Hanna think they might finally be safe. This is Pretty Little Liars, though, and there's still this one last book, so, of course, things can't be that simple.

Things are turned pretty upsdie down when Ali's family calls a press conference and requests the girls attendance. Soon, the girls learn that they might not have been as crazy as they though when they 'saw' Ali after the barn fire.

Filled once again with danger, intrigue and more--and often faster-- twists and turns than a roller coaster, this last installment of the Pretty Little Liars series finally wraps up everything.

Questions asked (and then asked again) over the previous seven books are finally given some answers in Wanted. Not all of the answers are all that logical and most of them are very unexepected--but that's almost to be exepected from this series by now.

I'm not sure if this series got pulled out longer than originally planned but the latter books seem to have been a little more 'out there.' It was nice to have a resolution after eight books, but after so much back and forth, it didn't always feel like the whole story had been building to this resolution.

I did enjoy this book quite a bit more than the seventh one, but not quite as much as the first few. I think it's really worth reading if you've read the rest of the PLL series, though, because it really does resolve pretty much everything.


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