This kind of story comes after the lives of four girls-Alison DiLaurentis, the " California king Bee" of Rosewood Working day, and her clique: Gradzino Hastings the perfectionist gowns always aiming to outdo her over-achiever sis and the simply girl inside the group to ever endure Alison, Hanna Marin having overweight and thus desperate to always be popular that she bends to Alison's will, Attitude Montgomery the previous outsider, and Emily Fields the competitive swimmer coming from an ultra-conservative family who may be most protective of Alison. Before the start of the 8th grade, Ali vanishes after getting yourself into a heated argument with Spencer by a sleepover with the different girls, as well as the group comes apart. Three years later, Atmosphere back coming from Iceland where her dad was provided a job immediately after Alison's dissapearance she experienced more confident, fabulous, and stylish than ever. When she returned to town the girl found ex - nerd Mona Vanderwaal and a newly-thin Hanna to be the new interpersonal leaders of Rosewood Working day. Soon Attitude began a great affair with her The english language teacher, Bradzino fell on her behalf sister's partner, Emily is at love together with the new woman at school, and Hanna not only shoplifted, but also made their self throw up to remain thin. Instantly a mysterious person named " A" threatened to reveal the girls secrets from past and present, including ones they believed only Alison knew, and one in particular that the women refer to while " The Jenna Thing. " Finally, Alison's body is found corroborate in her former back yard, and the DiLaurentis family holds a memorial for Alison in Rosewood, but right at the end of the book the identity of " A" is still unknown.
Spencer Hastings-Spencer is a tremendously smart, but the extremely competitive student, who may be both Alison DiLaurentis' competitor and friend. She's a perfectionist from striving being valedictorian to scoring the most goals in field hockey, Spencer can be on a objective to out-do her more mature sister, Melissa. But regardless of high her GPA is or how many after school...