Monday, February 22, 2010

Unbelievable by Sara Shepard

Title: Unbelievable


Author: Sara Shepard


Published: New York : HarperTeen, 2008


Pages: 335


Series: Book 4, Pretty Little Liars


Snippet: "Mirror, Mirror on the wall, who's the naughtiest of them all?"


Summary: Four girls living in a wealthy suburb discover the identity of a stalker who has been sending them shocking text messages, and uncover the mystery of who killed their childhood friend.


Review: Wow, wow and another wow for effect.  Unbelievable is quite literally unbelievable.  Meaning it is unbelievably good!


So much suspense too.  I had to get up really early the next morning and I stayed up really late to finish this book because the suspense was crazy and I just had to know what was going to happen.


Throughout Unbelievable I had an inkling of who A was and yes I was right but before that I was quite stumped.  I have my suspicions about who Ali's killer is though.  And I don't want to give too much away about anything so I'm just going to say that the end of this book did open up a new set of questions for me.


I thought it was sad watching all four girls go from having really happy lives into sad, depressing ones because people do things that other people won't like or could hurt other people but at the end of the day some of the things A pointed out about the girl's just didn't seem all that bad.  It was sad to see how A was so into getting revenge they couldn't see that they were becoming worse than the girl's.


Overall, I loved Unbelievable and cannot wait for the next book, Wicked, which is out now.  I think this series would be best read when you have access to a lot of the books at once because they are really addictive.


Source: Library

3 comments:

  1. Amazing review! I'm starting to get more and more curious about this series!

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  2. Great review! I love this series so much!! :)

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