I have to admit I am addicted to Pretty Little Liars. I actually first started watching the TV show (on ABC Family) by checking it out from my library, and I couldn’t stop watching. Then I picked up the first book of the series as a summer vacation read, and of course I couldn’t stop reading. I don’t know what it is about this series — the mystery, the drama, the scandal, or the secrets — but I am hooked!
If you are like me and are a fan of Pretty Little Liars, have already read the entire book series, are eagerly awaiting the next episode and next book in the series, and are looking to fill that empty hole that remains, then check out these novels that may appeal to the fans of Pretty Little Liars:
If you like the mystery of Pretty Little Liars, check out…
Wish You Were Dead by Todd Strasser
Students are disappearing at Soundview High, and they are disappearing in an order determined by anonymous blog posts by a bullied student who wishes the popular students were dead. Madison is one of those popular students and begins getting messages online that she will be named next. Can Madison solve the mystery of the disappearances before it is too late and her name is the next one posted?
If you like the drama, read…
The Luxe by Anna Godbersen
Set in late nineteenth century, The Luxe delves into the lives of young Manhattan socialites. Arranged marriages, forbidden romance, backstabbing, and jealousy are only the start of the drama that unfolds in this first book in The Luxe series.
If you like the scandal, try…
Getting Revenge on Lauren Wood by Eileen Cook
Lauren Wood ruined Helen’s life back in eighth grade. Helen’s only saving grace was that her dad got a new job, and her family had to move out of town before freshmen year. Now it’s senior year and Helen has returned to town. However, Helen has returned as Claire, a reinvention of her former self, and Claire’s only mission is to get revenge on Lauren Wood.
If you like the secrets, pick up…
The Liar Society by Lisa and Laura Roecker
Kate is still reeling from the death of her best friend Grace when she receives a mysterious email from Grace asking for Kate’s help. As the emails keep coming, Kate begins to think that Grace’s death was not an accident after all. The only way that Kate can uncover the truth behind Grace’s death is to investigate the protected secrets hidden in her elite private school.
— Colleen Seisser, currently reading City of Bones by Cassandra Clare
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