Are the pll books the same as the show
Stunning (Pretty Little Liars, #11) by Sara ShepardNow a hit ABC Family TV show, Sara Shepard’s #1 New York Times bestselling Pretty Little Liars series continues with Stunning.
In the eleventh novel, A is still out there, lurking in the shadows and digging up the liars’ latest secrets...
Emily’s reconnecting with an old flame, one baby step at a time. But is she headed toward true love or another bundle of heartache? Spencer’s learning about the highs and lows of campus life on a trip to Princeton. Aria’s seeing a whole new side to Noel’s dad—and it could drive a wedge between her and Noel. And, for better or worse, Hanna’s getting in touch with her inner A.
Secret by secret, lie by lie, the girls get tangled in A’s dangerous web. Soon A will have enough ammunition to pull the trigger and end the pretty little liars, once and for all….
10 Shocking Differences Between the PLL Books and TV Show
Skip navigation! Story from TV Shows. You can take the girls out of Rosewood drama, but you can never really take the Rosewood drama out of the girls. The Perfectionists is based off a book series by the same name, written by Sara Shepard who also helmed the Pretty Little Liars series. The Perfectionists takes places in Beacon Heights, Oregon, which is some odd 3, miles away from Rosewood, Pennsylvania. Behind every Perfectionist is a secret, a lie, and a needed alibi.
The Pretty Little Liars series is a tangled web of murder, trickery, and all-out backstabbing both literal and otherwise and the TV show definitely stays true to that. But even if you've read all 16 books , you might still not know what's going to happen in the show, 'cause there are some huge changes. Here are the ten biggest things that the show got wrong. After Alison dies in 8th grade, the foursome drifts apart. But being stalked by an all-knowing anonymous texter bent on ruining their lives eventually brings the girls back together, as these things do. Sorry Haleb shippers, the on-screen couple was never a thing, nor was Caleb himself.
Hey LiArs! I hope you all enjoy! In the book Mona had friends when she was bullied by Alison. She had two close friends named Chasey Bledsoe and Phe Templeton. They would always be nice to Alison and her friends and they asked her to hang out a lot. In the movie we never see Mona with friends she is always alone and Alison still bullied her like in the books. Emily and Toby do go together to Homecoming, and he does scare her a little.
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Whether you love your Pretty Little Liars served up on the small screen or in the bestselling books or both like us! Here are the top 20 per our figuring—feel free to point out more! In the novels, Spencer is a blonde, Hanna is a brunette, and Emily has reddish-blonde hair. Rosewood has a surprisingly high death rate both on the show and in the books, but just who dies, when, and how varies. For instance, Maya has survived in the books so far! Apart from his dreamy looks, the girls really could have used someone with his tech-savvy skills to deal with their text-messaging stalker!
This is the place to compare the book series to the TV show. Plots that were lifted straight from the books, plots that were inspired by the books, complete departures from the books The spoiler prefix is just in case the show uses book plots in the future for example, if they give Alison a twin. Please don't post untagged spoilers for future episodes of the show. Once an episode has aired on ABC Family, it's fair game as are promos -- normal spoiler rules apply here.