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  • Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Harperteen; Reprint edition (Feb. 7 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9780060887353
  • ISBN-13: 978-0060887353
  • ASIN: 0060887354
  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 2 x 20.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 272 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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“Alyson Noël truly captures what it’s like to be a teenager struggling to find herself. A must read!”  —PORTRAIT MAGAZINE

“I absolutely loved it. Put this book on the top of your reading pile. It’s a perfect way to end the summer.” —BOOK CHIC

“Teen girls will totally love this book. The range of emotions, devastating lows to breathtaking highs, and the intense feeling that everything affects her is so authentic. I give it five stars!” —TEENS READ TOO

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Sara Shepard is the author of two New York Times bestselling series, Pretty Little Liars and The Lying Game. She graduated from New York University and has an MFA from Brooklyn College. Sara’s Pretty Little Liars novels were inspired by her upbringing in Philadelphia’s Main Line.

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Format: Paperback
Author: Sara Shepard
Publisher: Harper Collins
Pages: 352
Source: Personal Copy
Category: Young Adult
Rating: 5/5


Alison DiLaurentis has everything, she was the leader of her pack and she was the 'it' girl. When her body goes missing, her friends grieve and continue on with their lives. They distance themselves from each other, and move on. However, Ali is no longer missing, her body has been discovered. When the new tenants move into the DiLaurentis' former home and begin renovations Ali's body is discovered under concrete.
'Flawless' picks up right where 'Pretty Little Liars' ends, the evening of the funeral. Aria, Spencer, Hanna, and Emily are disturbed that Ali was always near them. Since Ali is dead, the girls wonder who possible can 'A' be? The text messages, and letters continue, to their horror some of their secrets are revealed, and the threats are becoming more vicious. 'A' is threatening the girls to reveal their deepest, darkest secret, 'A' knows about 'The Jenna Thing' and the girls are unnerved. While the girls may have grown apart, 'A' is bringing them back together. The police has re-opened the case, now a murder investigation, and the girls have been warned that they will be questioned once again. To make matters worst Toby Cavanaugh, Jenna's step-brother has come back to town. Spencer, Aria, Emily and Hanna's worlds are falling apart.
Aria is trying to get over her biggest crush, their connection was undeniable but he's her AP English teacher. Aria has other issues to worry about, she realizes that the problem she thought vanished, may still be a problem. Her father is not very discreet, and someone else discovers the secret.
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By BeatleBangs1964 TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 29 2010
Format: Paperback
I admit that I love chick lit and I also love a wickedly riveting series, such as the Pretty Little Liars Series.

Dramatis Personae

Alison "Ali" DeLaurentis: a bright, popular girl who led a clique of other rich, indulged girls. The others are more like satellites than actual friends as they know Ali is a powerful ally to have. They drop designer names every chance they get. They live in Rosewood, a suburb of Philadelphia on the Main Line. Ali, known for insidious cruelty has plenty of secrets. So do the other girls, all of whom have good reason to want Ali to do a permanent disappearing act.

Aria, an attractive, athletic brunette who was glad to escape Rosewood for Iceland. She has a yak-fur bag to which she is inordinately attached. Her father accepts a teaching position there and for 3 years, Aria and her younger brother by 2 years Mike, learn Icelandic and absorb Icelandic culture. Unlike Mike, Aria wants to remain in Iceland. She has a painful non-Ali related secret - she caught her father cheating with another woman. Once back in town, she picks up an older man in a bar and once school starts, discovers that her Ezra is her English teacher! She knows how to play to get an A! She also stalks her father's new yoga teaching girlfriend and let's just say that she is not interested in taking a yoga class.

Spencer, the grind who sputters at the drop of a designer hat. She earns As and other academic plaudits for real. She has long been eclipsed by her favored older sister, Melissa and when she steals Melissa's boyfriend for the second time, her cold-hearted family ostracizes her. To make a bad thing even worse, they even cancel her credit cards without telling her and stop inviting her to meals.
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Four girls from privileged backgrounds are united at the funeral of Ali, a former friend who disappeared a few years ago and has now shown up dead. The girls are all off living their individual lives and playing with fire in different ways - one is stealing her sister's boyfriend, another is in love with a teacher, one's possibly gay and another's definitely bulimic - but they're brought back together when they start receiving anonymous messages from someone who is threatening to expose their deepest secrets, and rock their settled community like never before. Whoever this mysterious `A' is who's sending the notes, it's someone who is close to all four girls, knows everything about them as it happens, and is getting ready to spill the beans.

All the press blurb seems to be comparing this book to the O.C., but I think it resembles much more a junior Desperate Housewives, where Fairview has become Rosewood, and Gabby, Susan, Lynette and Bree have become Spencer, Aria, Emily and Hanna. They may be high school students, but they too have dirty laundry, and scandalous behaviour that would put their older counterparts to shame - these are the sort of girls who stop at nothing to get what they want, even if it means having to bluff their way into true-love-waits style Virginity Club meetings in order to deflower their unsuspecting boyfriends.

I knew from a few pages in that I was going to love this book because it's exactly the sort of thing I like - down to earth writing that flows with no interruptions, juicy plot lines, enough but not too many twists and turns, and some outrageous characters with shocking behavior.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
Riddled with suspense, and a captivating cast of characters - a 'flawless' sequel April 27 2007
By Erika Sorocco - Published on
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. Making threats, demanding them to perform certain acts, and even spying on their every move. While the girls know that they should confide in one another regarding "A's" sudden attacks, they can't bring themselves to reveal such intimate, and oft-times embarrassing, details to one another. It doesn't help that a sense of mistrust has grown between all of them over the years, pushing them more into the acquaintance category, as opposed to the friend category; or that they're all facing certain dramas in their lives right now. Dramas that could tear them apart, and ruin their lives in a heartbeat. From the arrival of a deadbeat dad, to the rekindling of a forbidden romance, and even moving into trusting a former enemy territory. Spencer, Hanna, Emily, and Aria think that they'll be able to handle the newest drama on their own. But, as "A" moves closer in their direction, they begin to realize that if they're not careful, they may just be buried alive by their many scandalous secrets.

While Sara Shepard's debut, PRETTY LITTLE LIARS, gave readers a character sketch, a surface look, if you will, at Hanna, Spencer, Emily, Aria, and even the missing Ali; FLAWLESS brings us back to where the first installment left off, the day of Ali's funeral, and instantly moves in to dissecting each of the aforementioned characters, giving readers the chance to get to know them better. Shepard has a talent for making the reader sympathize with, yet, at the same time, dislike certain people introduced. Her ability to make secondary characters memorable is amazing, and truly makes for a delightful read. While I find Aria and Hanna to be the most enchanting characters, simply because I can relate to both of them in various ways, I must admit that both Emily and Spencer are captivating in their own ways. The vulnerability that Hanna shows as she comes to terms with, and attempts to defeat bulimia, while giving into the pressures of anorexia nervosa, are addicting; while Spencer's inability to resist her older sister, Melissa's, boyfriends is jaw-dropping. Emily, like Hanna, is attempting to come to terms with the "real" her, which many readers will relate to quite well; while Aria is wacky and wonderful, and just working to keep her family together. Combined, each girls story presents a wonderful topping to the underlying truth: Ali's mysterious disappearance. With "A" moving in closer on every page, it's obvious that Shepard is working on revealing his or her identity sometime soon - or so we can hope. Riddled with suspense, and a captivating cast of characters - a 'flawless' sequel.

Erika Sorocco

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
'Flawless' story May 23 2007
By Orthodork - Published on
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!!
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Couldn't put this book down Nov. 17 2009
By SuzieQ - Published on
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.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Kind of Slow Jan. 23 2011
By Elizabeth - Published on
Format: Paperback
lawless started off sort of slow for me, but it quickly picked up speed. I enjoyed each of the girls' point of views. There were definitely many twists and turns that I did not see coming. I really thought I knew who 'A' was, but it became clear in this book that I was completely wrong. I really want to know who 'A' is though! How can this person know so much about these girls? I need to know!

Aria and Spencer are still my favorite characters. I just find their lives more interesting than Hannah and Emily's.

Like Pretty Little Liars, Flawless was strangely addicting, but not as much as the first one. I am definitely looking forward to reading the next book in the series, Perfect. I have already ordered the third and fourth book in the series, so I hope to read them soon.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
a unforgettable sequel...... July 22 2012
By Jeremysepicreads - Published on
Format: Paperback
flawless was well flawless. i loved flawless by Sara Shepard the second book in the pretty little liars series. it was filled with action, humor and thriller i could not put this down. flawless picks up right where pretty little liars left off with the girls getting a message from A and everything in the book happens in a period of days that is why i think i love it so much it reads fast but not too fast where you can't keep up with the characters i thought Sara Shepard's writing got even better than in the first book like that is even possible. in the first book i loved Emily and aria well now in flawless i love Emily and Spencer, it was a fantastic sequel i cannot wait to read perfect.... a must read to any big fan of pretty little liars.