Killer – Book review – Amber

Hello!  Today I’ll be reviewing Killer by Sara Shepard. It’s the sixth book in the Pretty Little Liars series and I have the first eight books. Since this is the first time reviewing a Pretty Little Liars book on our site, I will quickly explain what’s it about (or you know, just copy and paste the synopsis):

Everyone has something to hide—especially high school juniors Spencer, Aria, Emily, and Hanna.

Spencer covets her sister’s boyfriend. Aria’s fantasizing about her English teacher. Emily’s crushing on the new girl at school. Hanna uses some ugly tricks to stay beautiful.

But they’ve all kept an even bigger secret since their friend Alison vanished.

How do I know? Because I know everything about the bad girls they were, the naughty girls they are, and all the dirty secrets they’ve kept. And guess what? I’m telling.


I just finished reading Killer and was eager to give you my opinion on it.

After a very hard reading slumber during the third book (Perfect), I picked it up again and seriously I never finished an English (I’m Dutch) book this fast (not counting ”Red Queen” and  ”We were liars”). Perfect is my least favorite book along with Wicked (book five) in the series, which I finished earlier this week. Still, I think Killer is my favorite book so far in the series and I gave it 5/5 stars.

(Book 5) It basically starts off, where A is dead and they are free from the messages. But after a lot of drama, they figure out that there is a new A, which Hanna won’t believe. Ian Thomas, the ex-boyfriend of Melissa, Spencer’s older sister, and secret boyfriend of Alison, is having a trial against him for killing Ali, or so they think.

(Book 6) They are starting to doubt their choice of turning Ian in, in fact, they start believing that they made a terrible choice and are desperately trying to figure a way out to get him out of jail. A is actually helping (dumbest idea ever to trust A) and they find out A LOT of information about Jason DiLaurentis, Ali’s older brother and slowly they start not trusting Jason anymore (very wise if you’d ask me). At the end, when the liars are almost getting killed, they save a person. A person who looks a lot like Ali. A person who is, in fact, Ali…

I  really really like Sara Shepard’s writing. It’s easy to read and not very difficult to understand. If you are into the whole detective, murder, thriller, romance genre – Try this series. Also, it has many books, I think something like 18 or 19 which I like.

I hope you have very nice day and hope you liked my review!

Bye, guys!