It's not easy being me.
But my twin sister has no choice.
When I died two months ago, my killer told my twin sister to become me - or else. Now Emma has it down to a T. She tosses her hair with the signature Sutton Mercer flip and can lead a Lying Game prank with the best of them. She's even repairing my relationship with my adoptive family. The only thing she hasn't done is solve my murder.
Then our birth mother, the woman who abandoned us, showed up in Tucson. Emma hasn't seen Becky in 12 years, but Becky recognizes Emma immediately - as Emma. Is it a mother's intuition...or does Becky know I'm already gone?
From Sara Shepard, the number-one New York Times best-selling author of the Pretty Little Liars books, comes a riveting series about secrets, lies, and killer consequences.
©2013 Alloy Entertainment and Sara Shepard (P)2013 HarperCollins Publishers
Avid reader who hates it when editors or writers butcher the English language. Honest reviewer.
Emma's life just keeps getting more complicated. First, a twin, second Sutton is dead, third, the killer is making Emma impersonate her dead twin and on and on.
Nisha, even though she's not always been a big part of the series, I've always liked something about her char always wanted to know a little more.
Emma I think, she really is perfect to read the roll of someone like emma
some of both some parts made me laugh and others made me cry like what happened at the end but I don't wanna say too much and give it away and mess it up for someone who hasn't read it yet. Some parts though left me wanting more, to know more answers to things and kept me reading.
I love this series, with all it's plots twists and turns, it keeps me coming back for more everytime a new book comes out.
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