A Breathtaking Ending | Review of ‘Vicious’ (Pretty Little Liars #16)

By Cynthia Ayala

Vicious by Sara Shepard
HarperTeen
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For years, Hanna, Emily, Aria, and Spencer have been terrorized by “A,” a mysterious figure who has harassed them, revealed all their secrets and even threatened their lives and the lives of their loved ones. But now the mystery is over. They know A is the real Alison who. through a vicious scheme, has placed them in jail. In the final fight for their lives, some will leave broken, some will fight until the very end. One things for certain, this is the end of the Pretty Little Liars.

Published December 2, 2014, by HarperTeen Vicious by Sara Shepard is the final novel in her bestselling Pretty Little Liars series where young adult meets mystery.
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Tension Driven Chick Lit | Review of ‘Deadly’ (Pretty Little Liars #14)

By Cynthia Ayala

Deadly by Sara Shepard
HarperTeen
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Aria, Emily, Hanna, and Spencer have done some very bad things, but they are done being tortured. The FBI has been lurking around and the girls have decided to put their lives in their hands. But just as they thought everything would be okay, it all begins to unravel. A always has a plan, and it is deadlier than ever.

Deadly, published on December 3, 2013 by HarperTeen, is the fourteenth novel in Sara Shepard bestselling young adult series, Pretty Little Liars.
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‘Ruthless’ Loses Its Energy | Review of ‘Ruthless’ (PLL, #10) – Emertainment Monthly

By: Cynthia Ayala ’16 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer

This was a good book, but by the end, it leaves the readers wanting more. That’s not to say that it’s bad, but many of the details are forgettable…These characters are strong individuals, but they suffer from their paranoia and their fear, the reason the plot continues to work. The pair are interchangeable, intertwined to such a degree that without the character growth the plot would be stagnant. Continue reading “‘Ruthless’ Loses Its Energy | Review of ‘Ruthless’ (PLL, #10) – Emertainment Monthly”