Wicked by Sara Shepard

Wicked by Sara Shepard

Wicked is the fifth book in the Pretty Little Liars series. I read this book and this series because I was a fan of the show when it first came out. I’m still reading the series because it’s quite long (about 10 books I think).

When I first read this series I was super into it and I actually couldn’t get enough of the books, I almost binge-read them.

Summary

That’s it, A is finally gone. Or so thought the four Pretty Little Liars…

Aria, Emily, Spencer, and Hanna have finally started living normally again as if nothing ever happened. But it seems like one A may hide another. They better start taking cover, because this one is out for revenge.

Review

As I said in my review for Unbelievable, I was kind of disappointed with the direction the series was taking. But Wicked really changed that. I was excited with the perspective of seeing a new A and where they came from. And for me, the book revitalized the series.

It’s still the same series with the same character, but the added mystery of the new A really changed the game. And most importantly, the main characters, Aria, Emily, Spencer, and Hanna have changed a lot. So they were more interesting to read about than before.

I especially like the direction Hanna is taking in Wicked. As with the TV Show, Hannah is really starting to become my favorite character in the whole series.

Should you read Wicked?

At this point, you should probably start the series from the beginning. Pretty Little Liars is a series that should be read from the beginning, and Wicked is nearly incomprehensible if you don’t read the previous books in the series.

Other books in the Pretty Little Liars series

Pretty Little Liars

Flawless

Perfect

Unbelievable


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