Twisted by Sara Shepard

Twisted by Sara Shepard

Twisted is the ninth book in the Pretty Little Liars book series. It’s also one of the ones I read, even though I haven’t finished the book series yet.


It’s Christmas break in Rosewood, and Spencer, Aria, Hanna, and Emily go their separate ways with peace of mind now that Alison’s killer is behind bars and their blackmailer “A” is dead. At the same time, Aria tries to help her former Icelandic lover, who just arrived in the United States (without papers). Spencer and Melissa fight for the beautiful eyes of Colin, a tennis player to fall for. Emily disguises herself as Santa Claus to help catch a gang of vandals, and Hanna tries everything to seduce her handsome gym coach… Will they succeed without lies or manipulation? It’s probably a bit too much to ask of them… Especially since they think they’re safe from prying eyes. But are they really sure that “A” is dead?


So, if you’ve read my reviews for the rest of the series, you would know how I feel about the Pretty Little Liars series by now. It’s not that I hate it. It’s really that I’m getting more and more bored with each book. But I still wanted to push through and finish the series, but I don’t think I will. So anyway, here’s my review of the book.

This book wasn’t supposed to happen at first. Sara Shepard, the author, only planned for 8 books. But she revised her opinion and decided to add 4 more books to her series. And you can really feel this. Even though the original “A” was gone and buried, someone is still following the girls and watching their every move, which was kind of a refreshing mystery, which could be the new person following them. But at this point, I don’t care anymore. I just want to finish this series and get it over with.

Should you read Twisted?

Honestly, if I could do it again, I would have stopped reading this series years ago instead of last year…

Other books in the Pretty Little Liars series

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