Review: Unbelievable (Pretty Little Liars #4) by Sara Shepard

IF YOU HAVE NOT READ PRETTY LITTLE LIARS. THIS REVIEW GIVES SPOILERS FROM THE 1ST BOOK 3 BOOKS.

For the Pretty Little Liars review, go to:

Pretty Little Liars

For the Flawless Review, go to:

Flawless Review

For the Perfect review, go to:

Perfect Review

Cover: Intriguing

Rating: M or 17 and up (Cursing, Stealing, Alcohol)

Thumbs Up: 4

Overall: Great

Characters: Great

Plot: Cool

Page Turner: Yes

Series Cont: Yes

Recommend: Yes

Book Boyfriend: Several since it’s told with 4 different girls.

My Review for Unbelievable:

At the end of Perfect, Emily told the police a little about Ali’s murder so A put up a photo of Emily and Maya in a photo booth back from the first book. Emily is forced to go to therapy for her problem, but Emily is eventually caught with Maya and now she’s forced to go to live with her cousins in Iowa who are super conservative. Sean breaks up with Aria and dumps all her stuff on Ezra’s porch after he gets a picture of Aria and Ezra as a message on his phone. It has to be A. After Spencer was stressing out over an essay assignment, she sends Melissa’s old assignment with some changes. She gets word that her teacher nominated her for the Golden Orchid. Eventually, A sends Melissa a texts of the 1st couple sentences and finds out that it was hers. Melissa and Spencer get in a fight and Melissa ends up in the hospital. Hannah was doing nice things for Mona as a birthday present, but A kept messing with them to cause problems. Then, Hannah thought she was re-invited to Mona’s party when she saw the dress she was supposed to wear. When she went, she realized it was another one of A‘s tricks. Toward the end the girls finally piece together that Ali was going out with Melissa’s boyfriend, Ian, before she disappeared and Spencer was mad at her for going out with Ian. At the very end, the girls plan to meet, but before Hannah could say something that was important information about Ali murder, Hannah gets hit by a car. The other girls each received the same text: She knew too much. 

Now for Unbelievable. Hannah is in the hospital unconscious because she knew too much. Will she be able remember what she was going to tell the girls? Emily was caught with Maya and sent to her Aunt Helene’s in Iowa. Will she be able to fit in or will give her aunt and uncle trouble? Aria’s boyfriend, who’s also her English teacher, gets caught with Aria and sent to jail. Will Ezra be able to get away from charges and jail time? Will Aria and Ezra be able to get together again? Then, there’s Aria’s father. Aria lives with her father because her mother kicked her out the house, but her father’s girlfriend is controlling everything in his life. Spencer’s Golden Orchid paper is a sham, but her parents force her to go through with it. She doesn’t want to win. Will she win or not?

Finally, who is A? Could what Hannah noticed at the end of Perfect answer who is? Will A be caught? Will the harassment end?


For the Goodreads’ page go to:

http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1537534.Unbelievable

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