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Pretty Little Liars #6: Killer [Paperback]

Sara Shepard
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Jan. 18 2010 Pretty Little Liars (Quality) (Book 6)

In picture-perfect Rosewood, Pennsylvania, ash-blond highlights gleam in the winter sun and frozen lakes sparkle like Swarovski crystals. But pictures often lie—and so do Rosewood's four prettiest girls.

Hanna, Aria, Spencer, and Emily have been lying ever since they became friends with beautiful Alison DiLaurentis. Ali made them do terrible things—things they had to keep secret for <em>years</em>. And even though Ali was killed at the end of seventh grade, their bad-girl ways didn't die with her.

Hanna's on a mission to corrupt Rosewood's youth, starting with a very attractive sophomore. Aria's snooping into her boyfriend's past. Spencer's stealing—from her family. And pure little Emily's abstaining from abstinence.

The girls should be careful, though. They thought they were safe when Ali's killer was arrested and A's true identity was finally revealed. But now there's a new A in town turning up the heat. And this time Rosewood is going to burn.


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About the Author

Sara Shepard is the author of the #1 <em>New York Times</em> bestselling series Pretty Little Liars. She graduated from NYU and has an MFA from Brooklyn College. Sara has lived in New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Arizona, where the Lying Game series is set.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Courtesy of Teens Read Too Dec 4 2009
Format:Hardcover
KILLER is the sixth novel in the PRETTY LITTLE LIARS series.

The story starts off with the girls discovering what they believe to be the dead body of Ian Thomas, the accused killer of their childhood friend, Alison DiLaurentis. The girls hear a snap in the woods and quickly go for help. But by the time the cops show up to investigate, there is no evidence of a body. Nothing remains in the space where Ian was moments ago.

From this point on, the rest of the story is downhill for Spencer, Hanna, Aria, and Emily. Soon, the girls are branded as liars and can no longer go to the cops for help. Besides, Detective Wilden is acting suspicious. The girls uncover a connection between the detective, Alison's brother, Jason, and Ian Thomas from high school. How deep is the connection, and could there be a cover-up of some kind?

Throughout all of the murder drama and hunt for Ali's killer, the girls struggle to move on with their lives. But just as with the police, there are complications.

Spencer is positive she's adopted and is determined to find her birth mother. Only, once again, Spencer is taken advantage of. Emily has a new boyfriend, but his mother obviously hates her. Hanna is in a battle of wits with her step-sister, Kate. They are fighting over Aria's younger brother, Mike, and Hanna is determined to win his heart. And a chance encounter with Jason DiLaurentis rekindles the crush Aria had on him when she was younger.

KILLER is one of those books that is setting up the reader for what is to come in future installments. There is a lot of stuff going on throughout the book, yet it seems that none of it gets resolved by the time the reader gets to the final page.
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5.0 out of 5 stars killer Oct. 24 2012
By lacey
Format:Hardcover
The book i read was killer, one of the pretty little liars novels. It is written by Sara Shepard. I really liked the book. I watch all the shows so i already knew what to expect. The book is not exactly the same thing as the show though,some of the parts are slight different. you have to read the books in order to be able to fully understand what is going on in the book or you will not understand it. Some of it is pretty creepy. It's really amazing how much the girls have gone through and still remain friends. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes to read mystery books or that likes to read book that go along with a TV show. Its' mostly for teenage girls although some boys do watch it and read them. It's mainly about these four girls that are best friends whose other best friend died a couple years back and they didn't find her body until a couple years later. The four friends were completely devastated when they found out. It was behind the girls backyard of her own house which her parents don't live in anymore. There is a mysterious person who calls them self "A" and sends the four girls all threatening text messages. The girls do not want to get the police involved because "A" threatened them not to or they would be the next ones killed. They did not want that whatsoever. The girls try to stick together through everything because A does everything possible to try and ruin their friendship. They must stick together though because they mustn't let A win. That would basically be giving up. They can not, under any circumstances, give up. They have to get justice for Alison, their dead friend. The cops end up getting involved anyways because the girls think they found Alison's murderer. They arrest him and he gets out by escaping off his house arrest. Read more ›
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4.0 out of 5 stars A is for Advanced Stalking; B is for Bitchery May 29 2010
By BeatleBangs1964 TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Paperback
There is something VERY rotten in the Philadelphia Main Line Suburb of Rosewood.

Dramatis Personae:

Alison DiLaurentis, 13, was a bright leader of a girls' clique. The members of said clique were more like satellites than actual friends as Alison's approval tended to give her peers a social leg up. She has been discovered murdered some 4 years after the summer she completed 7th grade in Rosewood Day, a private school on Philadephia's Main Line. She, along with her satellites drop designer names at the drop of a designer hat. Alison goes missing the summer before she starts 8th grade and is later discovered to have been murdered.

Spencer Hastings, along with the other satellites discovers she has good reason to want to dim the sun around which she revolves. She tends to sputter. In an earlier installment, readers learn that she has had a history of blackouts. Her older sister, Melissa, favored to the point of excess and indulgence treats her like dog droppings. After she comes clean about plagiarizing her older sister's economics paper, she is further ostracized by her own family. To make matters worse, her grandmother does not include her in her will. The old bag stipulated that only "natural born grandchildren" stood to inherit from her vast fortune. That raises the question - is Spencer adopted or is the old bag just as unloving as her son and daughter-in-law? Remember - Spencer did describe her as not being kid friendly in an early volume.

Aria Montgomery had been having an affair with her English teacher, Ezra Fitz. Her theme song is Van Halen's "Hot For Teacher." Back in town after a 3-year stay in Iceland, Aria reluctantly re-enters Rosewood Day School and the consequences of her father's infidelity.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Courtesy of Teens Read Too Dec 4 2009
By TeensReadToo - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
KILLER is the sixth novel in the PRETTY LITTLE LIARS series.

The story starts off with the girls discovering what they believe to be the dead body of Ian Thomas, the accused killer of their childhood friend, Alison DiLaurentis. The girls hear a snap in the woods and quickly go for help. But by the time the cops show up to investigate, there is no evidence of a body. Nothing remains in the space where Ian was moments ago.

From this point on, the rest of the story is downhill for Spencer, Hanna, Aria, and Emily. Soon, the girls are branded as liars and can no longer go to the cops for help. Besides, Detective Wilden is acting suspicious. The girls uncover a connection between the detective, Alison's brother, Jason, and Ian Thomas from high school. How deep is the connection, and could there be a cover-up of some kind?

Throughout all of the murder drama and hunt for Ali's killer, the girls struggle to move on with their lives. But just as with the police, there are complications.

Spencer is positive she's adopted and is determined to find her birth mother. Only, once again, Spencer is taken advantage of. Emily has a new boyfriend, but his mother obviously hates her. Hanna is in a battle of wits with her step-sister, Kate. They are fighting over Aria's younger brother, Mike, and Hanna is determined to win his heart. And a chance encounter with Jason DiLaurentis rekindles the crush Aria had on him when she was younger.

KILLER is one of those books that is setting up the reader for what is to come in future installments. There is a lot of stuff going on throughout the book, yet it seems that none of it gets resolved by the time the reader gets to the final page. It will keep the reader anxious for the next chapter and frustrated that the next book is not available yet.

The final note from the ever mysterious "A" at the end of the novel sums the book up nicely... "The questions are probably killing you..." and "It's enough to make anyone crazy." Need I say more???

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A shocking end July 1 2009
By J. Clark - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
This is by far the best book in the series. Sara Shepard knew excactly where to end the book, leaving everyone hanging, ready for whatever comes next. I finished this book in about 6 hours, and I can hardly wait for the next book!
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A is for Advanced StAlking, B is for Bitchery April 2 2010
By BeatleBangs1964 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
There is something VERY rotten in the Philadelphia Main Line Suburb of Rosewood.

Dramatis Personae:

Alison DiLaurentis, 13, was a bright leader of a girls' clique. The members of said clique were more like satellites than actual friends as Alison's approval tended to give her peers a social leg up. She has been discovered murdered some 4 years after the summer she completed 7th grade in Rosewood Day, a private school on Philadephia's Main Line. She, along with her satellites drop designer names at the drop of a designer hat. Alison goes missing the summer before she starts 8th grade and is later discovered to have been murdered.

Spencer Hastings, along with the other satellites discovers she has good reason to want to dim the sun around which she revolves. She tends to sputter. In an earlier installment, readers learn that she has had a history of blackouts. Her older sister, Melissa, favored to the point of excess and indulgence treats her like dog droppings. After she comes clean about plagiarizing her older sister's economics paper, she is further ostracized by her own family. To make matters worse, her grandmother does not include her in her will. The old bag stipulated that only "natural born grandchildren" stood to inherit from her vast fortune. That raises the question - is Spencer adopted or is the old bag just as unloving as her son and daughter-in-law? Remember - Spencer did describe her as not being kid friendly in an early volume.

Aria Montgomery had been having an affair with her English teacher, Ezra Fitz. Her theme song is Van Halen's "Hot For Teacher." Back in town after a 3-year stay in Iceland, Aria reluctantly re-enters Rosewood Day School and the consequences of her father's infidelity. Aria's mother re-admits her into the house upon learning Aria knew about the affair even before the family left for Iceland. Her current boyfriend is someone named Xavier whom Aria meets at an art showing. Xavier hits on Aria and, much to her great chagrin is her own mother's online date! Xavier continues hitting on Aria, who moves in with her father and his pregnant fiancee, Meredith. Her brother Mike, some 2 years younger remains with their mother. Aria has a tendency to reach into her yak-fur bag, a security blanket she brought back from Iceland.

Emily Fields, a reknowned swimmer has finally become open about her sexual orientation. She has broken up with her partner, Maya, who is now living in the DeLaurentis house. In the previous installent readers learn along with Emily that she is bisexual. She meets a very kind boy named Isaac at a church social and in time enjoys a girlfriend-boyfriend relationship with Isaac.

Hanna - a former fat girl now a bulimic femme fatale has survived a lot. In an earlier installment, she was run over by a car; discovered what "fake friending" means and learns that popularity is as shifting as the shadows that stalk her and the other 3 girls. Her ulta-kind (or to use a word that crops up a lot in this book, "uber") boyfriend, Lucas stands by her side until she makes an accusation with devastating repercussions. Her own father all but ousts her from the family as well and his favoritism towards his stepdaughter to be, Kate is sickening. Kate is sneaky and conniving and Hanna has to be on high alert around her at all times. Kate puts the moves on Aria's brother, so Hanna decides that Mike is the ideal date for her.

In this book, the girls see a dead body in some neighboring woods. They believe he is Ian Thomas, one-time boyfriend of Melissa Hastings and the first boy Spencer bird-dogged. Ian Thomas was charged with Alison's murder, but was he really guilty? And is he really dead? And what became of the body found in the woods that was presumably Ian's?

The girls feel they can turn to no one but each other. Spencer has the worst of it as her own family steps up their emotional abuse. First, her car is taken without her knowledge and consent. To make matters worse, the woman she thinks of as her mother makes snide comments and tells her about "a wonderful new invention called the bus" and if she wants a car, she can go get a job and buy one. At that point, Spencer decides to seek out the woman who claims to be her natural mother. Is the woman called Olivia really who she says? Is Spencer really her child? And when the old bag made out her will, did she exclude Spencer because someone other than the two women on her list of possibilities is her natural mother?

Hanna and her stepsister Kate step up the bitchery and backbiting. Hanna's father appears to have replaced Hanna with Kate as a daughter and continues to rebuff Hanna and support smarmy Kate at all times.

Plot twists crop up and keep readers guessing. Aria seeks out Alison's brother and discovers that he, along with Officer Wilden whom readers ran across in the earlier volumes are high on the suspect list. Danger and mysteries interlock and readers are in a race to the final page - who is this mysterious A who has been stalking them by sending them texts and e-mails outlining their darkest secrets? And what, if any involvement do Alison's brother and the officer have in the set of mysteries?

Readers will be eager to read the next installment. Maybe a tad cliche, but still a guilty reading pleasure.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It never ends.. Sept. 21 2009
By Samara Leist - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
This series NEVER ends. Don't get me wrong, I love these books, but I am just ready to find out who the killer is, etc.

I thought this book would be the end, but no...

Other than the fact that the series now feels like it is just dragging on, this book was really good. Sara Shepard makes the series so complex, it makes you think. I love it. I love that there is a series about a murder, but it's also about upper class teenage girls. I like all the side plots and secrets the girls each have.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved them all March 6 2013
By T. Cecchino - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
My daughter is reading everyone in the series and loves everyone of them. The problem is I buy them on a Monday get them Wednesday and she is finished reading Friday!
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