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Perfect by Sara Shepard
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Sep 23, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: my-books, read2009
Read in July, 2009 , read count: 1

This book has a lot of twists and turns and really leaves you guessing at the end.
Emily's parents are mad and embarrassed that she is gay and wants Emily to go to Tree Tops, a place where they try to make people not to be gay. I really feel bad for Emily because she needs supposed during this difficult time in her life, and the only way her parents will let this pass is if Emily goes to stay with her Aunt and Uncle. So in the end of the book Emily is going there.
Hanna isn't friends with Mona anymore and she finds out who "A" is but gets into trouble in the end of the book before she can tell anyone.
Spencer finds out that when she was younger and something traumatic happened to her she forgot about it. And she thinks that she what she did when Ali died, and she thinks that she did it. She also steals her sisters paper and hands it in as her own and is nominated for the Golden Orchid award. So in this book Spencer's parents treat her better because of this big achievement. Until "A" let's everyone in Spencer's family know the truth.
Then there is Aria, my favorite of the girls, who is having a relationship with her teacher Ezra. Only to have "A" come into the picture and gets Ezra arrested. Aria also sees Hanna's ex Sean and moves in with him and his family after her mom and her fight because Aria knew about her dad's affair and never told her mom.

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