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1 New York Times bestselling seriesThe tenth book in the 1 New York Times bestselling series that inspired the hit ABC Family TV show Pretty Little Liars.Four little liars are at it again Aria s love life is on the Fitzahem, fritz Emily s exploring her wild side Hanna s kissing the enemy And someone from Spencer s pastsomeone she never thought she d see againis back to haunt her But none of that compares to what these pretty little liars did on their last spring break It s their darkest secret yet And guess who else knows Full of unexpected twists and shocking revelations, Ruthless is the tenth book in New York Times bestselling author Sara Shepards compelling Pretty Little Liars series....

Title : Ruthless (Pretty Little Liars, Book 10)
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ISBN : 006208187X
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : HarperTeen Reprint edition December 4, 2012
Number of Pages : 368 pages
File Size : 891 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Ruthless (Pretty Little Liars, Book 10) Reviews

  • BookYAReview
    2019-04-17 01:00

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  • Sammi C.
    2019-03-30 05:05

    Ruthless 338 pages

  • Nepolean
    2019-04-12 05:08

    After readingĀ 

  • Esther
    2019-04-26 01:08

    After all the awesome conflicts that happened in Twisted--Mr. Roland hitting on Emily, Klaudia threatening Aria, etc.--I was expecting this book to be *amazing*. I wanted some really juicy stuff with Zach and Mr. Pennythistle, Chloe and Emily, and Aria and Klaudia's rivalry. And I wanted "gotcha!" moments, like Emily's mom finding out she had a baby. The book didn't have any major twists, and I missed that. Also, Ezra was SO out of character: in the other books, he was really careful about dating Aria and now he's all "Hey, let's tell everyone about us! And if Aria doesn't agree, let's hook up with a blonde bimbo I don't even know." VERY realistic. lol

  • Bookfan
    2019-04-04 01:12

    I thought by this time I would be utterly sick of this series. I mean come on,right? All the girls do "bad" things,again after being caught over and over again for the last 9 books.But somehow Shepard makes it believable. These four girls are human and young.So,they are naive,vulnerable,and sometimes self-centered. But they are also compassionate,caring,and want to be cared about and do the best for their friends and family.All the mistakes they make are almost always in the pursuit of love or pleasing their families. I really like this series. Their emotions are easy to relate to.While for most people the problems may not be something you can relate to, the way the characters react to them is believable.I love Hanna, she seemed so vain and mean in the beginning but deep down she cares so much and wants so much to be accepted but she's scared to be herself and acts mean as a "mask". That's a feeling a lot of young girls can probably relate to.Can't wait for the next one!