Heartless by Sara Shepard

Heartless by Sara Shepard

Heartless is the seventh book in the Pretty Little Liars book series.

Summary

First, Emily, Aria, Hanna, and Spencer say that they found a body in the woods behind Spencer’s house, only to have the body disappear without leaving a trace. Then, the same woods caught on fire. They swore that they saw someone there. But how can that be when that person is supposed to be dead…

Review

I have to admit, Heartless is one of my least favorite books in the Pretty Little Liars series. And I almost quit reading it afterward, but I decided to continue reading the series because I’m stubborn.

I almost quit reading the book and the series because I felt like the story wasn’t going anywhere. That made me feel like I was reading the same book over and over and that nothing really changed. It always started the same as the four girls seeing something or knowing who A is. Then no one believes them, and they get suspected. And it’s the same thing, over and over in every book. I didn’t even pay that much attention to the story because of this… And it’s a shame because the story is easy to read, and it took me only a few days to finish the book.

Should you read Heartless?

Honestly, I don’t really recommend that you read it. I should have stopped reading then, but I didn’t because, as I said, I’m stubborn. But the rest of the series is pretty much the same…

Other books in the Pretty Little Liars series

Pretty Little Liars

Flawless

Perfect

Unbelievable

Wicked

Killer


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