Genre: Mystery, Drama
BUCKLE UP, GIRLIES. NOTHING IS AS IT SEEMS. —A
She was the life of the party, but now Hanna is lying in a sterile, white hospital room . . . and no one can wake Rosewood’s former queen bee up—or remember what happened to her.
Emily failed miserably at becoming an “ex-gay” so her parents shipped her off to middle-of-nowhere Iowa—and now she’s an outcast in exile hopping that A can’t track her down. Spencer is getting a lot of attention for her econ essay (too bad she didn’t actually write it). And lately Aria has been feeling like her pig puppet Pigtunia, with A manipulating her every move. Maybe an art class at Hollis would do Aria some good—unless of course it gets in the way of A’s much more urgent assignments. After all, the liars’ main extracurricular is keeping secrets, and with A around and The Jenna Things looming, they can’t afford a slip up.
I just love Pretty Little Liars, and Unbelievable was definitely amazing.
I loved how each character had an interesting storyline and you were never bored when it switched to another character's point of view. I also loved how each storyline was connected to form the mystery of A, and how everyone finds out who it is. (Yes, in this book A is revealed!)
Of course, I already knew who A was (thanks to my big-mouthed friends) but I was excited to see how the person was revealed. This book was definitely exciting and all the pieces of the puzzle fit together very nicely.
In this book I felt especially sorry for Emily but I'm glad to say that things turned up for her. I was happy that things were also changing for the better with Spencer. I didn't hate Aria by the end of the book and I actually began to like her once again. Surprisingly, Hanna (who's my favourite Liar) really annoyed me with her self-absorbed thoughts-my condolences for Lucas. Of course we couldn't really blame her but still.