Format: Trade Paperback
Dimensions: 336 Pages, 5.12 × 7.87 × 0.39 in
Published: May 25, 2009
Publisher: HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0061566101
ISBN - 13: 9780061566103
About the Book
Now that A's true identity has been revealed, the girls can finally go back to their pretty little lives. However, once a pretty little liar, always a pretty little liar. After all, girls who forget the past are condemned to repeat it.
From the Publisher
In idyllic Rosewood, Pennsylvania, four very pretty girls just
can''t help but be bad. . . .
Hanna will do anything to be Rosewood''s queen bee.
Spencer''s digging up her family''s secrets. Emily can''t stop
thinking about her new boyfriend. And Aria approves a little too
strongly of her mom''s taste in men.
Now that Ali''s killer is finally behind bars, the girls think
they''re safe. But those who forget the past are condemned to
repeat it. And they should know by now that I''m always
watching. . . .
About the Author
Sara Shepard's first story ever, which she both wrote and illustrated, was about friendly yellow creatures that lived in a backyard garden. It won second prize at the State College, Pennsylvania, library, and was bound and placed on the shelf. (The binding was yellow. The book was called Quizzles . Maybe it's still there!) Sara Shepard's second story was about a five-legged camel named Lloyd and his band of friends journeying through the human circulatory system. When Shepard was young, the things she wanted to be when she grew up were a soap opera star, a designer for LEGO, a Claymation artist, a geneticist, a fashion magazine editor, and, most of all, a writer. She grew up in Pennyslvania, on Philadelphia's Main Line, and went to college at New York University in 1995, the height of the club kid era. While in college, she bought many pairs of purple vinyl pants, loud leather jackets, brightly colored club kid sneakers, and even a Day-Glo pacifier. After recovering from that unfortunate but short-lived phase, she had a series of jobs? interning at Elle magazine, filing important documents at J.P. Morgan, and writing and editing at Time Inc. At each of these jobs, she kept a separate folder on her computer of stories she wrote when she had free time. Eventually, she got an MFA at Brooklyn College, started receiving evil text messages from someone only known as A, nearly got run over by her best friend's SUV, and kept thinking she saw dead people everywhere. Actually, that las