Pretty Little Liars #3 Skandaler

30. April 2019 Off By lana88





Title: Perfect

Series: Pretty little Liars #3

Author: Sara Shepard

Published in English: 2007

Dansk titel: Pretty Litte Liars – Skandaler

Dansk Udgivelsesår: 2012

Sideantal: 303

Forlag: Politiken

ISBN: 978-8740005301

Finished Reading: April 2019

Genre: YA

Stars: 5







This is my personal review without spoilers of the actual plot.




Aria can’t resist her forbidden ex. Hanna is on the verge of losing her BFF. Emily is freaking out over a simple kiss. And Spencer can’t keep her hands off anything that belongs to her sister.

Lucky me. I know these pretty little liars better than they know themselves. But it’s hard keeping all of their secrets to myself. They better do as I say… or else!



These books have been extremely interesting and heart throbbing to read. They are wildly entertaining and at times little scary. This isn’t the best written but definitely the most riveting of the lot.

I like how different the girls are, yet very believable and endearing. Each of the girls has made some sort of mistake and A is making sure they pay for it. I like how Shepard bring forth the messages that it’s wrong to lie, cheat etc. the girls develop throughout the story and it’s definitely easy to see with Emily this time around. She becomes more interesting as the plot develops.

The problems they deal with is more realistic than anything I’ve read about in a long time. Overall, it’s just a very captivating story behind these well thought-out characters.

I think there’s too many characters in this book though. They struggle to become a part of the story and sometimes I think that, the author is trying too hard to integrate them into the story. The parents of the four girls aren’t that interesting to be honest and don’t really add anything to the story besides irritation.

The book ended on a cliffhanger beyond dimensions and I’m ready to dive into the next book!


I highly recommend this series to anyone whom likes some drama. The characters are believable and they don’t feel out of place. The Struggle Is Real! And A is Vindictive.