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3， Alison 哥哥jason表示过房间里的Arial照片不是他拍的，而是Alison拍的。说明alison 和 arial 之间有什么秘密。
4，片头曲 也有暗示 arial 的意思，仔细看啊！
而且原著没有写完……。7，另外3个人都受到A的打击伤害。金发女Hanna 被车子撞伤， 黑发女Spence被怀疑杀人犯，游泳女emily体内有兴奋剂……那么Arial呢，很幸运吧……
Hanna, Aria, Emily, and Spencer are shocked to learn of the existence of
Alison's twin, Courtney, when she's introduced at a press conference.
Courtney had spent her life in institutions due to "health issues" and
her existence was kept secret by her family. Newly released, she
attempts to resume her sister's life and begins tentative friendships
with Ali's old friends, even striking up a romantic relationship with
Emily, who is overjoyed. Courtney later reveals that she's actually Ali;
that the real Courtney had pretended to be her on the night of Ali's
disappearance, and she was the one who was killed.
Meanwhile, Spencer had begun to believe that her sister is Alison's killer, but Ali is revealed to be the real killer. The girl they were friends with years ago was actually Courtney, and the real Ali was stuck in an institution. Alison killed Courtney, attempted to kill the girls in the forest fire, killed Jenna, and now plans to kill them by setting the house on fire. The girls discover that Alison killed Ian and kidnapped Melissa, who they free before escaping the burning house. Trapped inside the house, Alison is assumed dead, although her body is never found.
The ending of the book suggests that Alison survived the fire and that she and her family have moved on to somewhere else.
Spring break of junior year, the girls go on vacation in Jamica, where
they encounter a girl who they believe is Alison, thinking she survived
the fire. The girls are attacked by "Ali" on top of the hotel in Jamaica
and in an attempt to save Hanna, Aria shoves Ali off roof, seemingly
A year later, the girls have parted ways once again. Aria has trouble dealing with the Kahn's new foreign exchange student, Klaudia, who creates rifts in Aria's relationship with Noel, wanting to steal him from Aria. In a fit of anger, Aria pushes Klaudia off a ski-lift, injuring her. Emily befriends a new girl, Chloe, and reveals that she'd gotten pregnant from her fling with Isaac and secretly gave birth to a baby in Philadelphia over the summer, which she gave up for adoption. Emily is now panicked about getting a swimming scholarship, her only option for college; Chloe's dad offers to help, but makes sexual advances towards Emily, which ruins her friendship with Chloe.
ca88官网，亚洲城ca88官方，Patrick, a photographer, offers Hanna a modeling job, however he turns out to be a liar who blackmails Hanna with a racy photo of her. Hanna steals money from her dad's campaign fund to pay him off and frames Jeremiah, one of her father's campaign workers. Mrs. Hastings becomes engaged to Nicholas Pennythistle, and Spencer discovers that his son, Zach, is gay. She promises to keep his secret, but accidentally blurts it out after Mr. Pennythistle misunderstands a situation and accuses Zach of sleeping with Spencer. It revealed that Spencer also ruined the life of a girl she went to an academic summer program with in order to get into Princeton.
Throughout the book the girls are tormented with notes from a new "A," who knows what happened in Jamaica, as well as all their other new secrets. The body of the girl they pushed off the roof is found, and the girls realize that she wasn't Alison, and that they killed an innocent person.
亚洲城ca88手机版注册，For years scandal has rocked Rosewood, Pennsylvania — and high school
seniors Aria, Emily, Hanna, and Spencer have always been at the center
of the drama. They’ve lost friends, been targeted by a ruthless stalker
named A, and narrowly escaped death. And it’s not over yet.
Aria’s love life is on the fritz. Emily’s exploring her wild side. Hanna’s kissing the enemy. And someone from Spencer’s past — someone she never thought she’d see again — is back to haunt her. But none of that compares to what happened last spring break. It’s their darkest secret yet and guess who found out? Now "A" is determined to make them pay for their crime, and the only thing scarier than "A" is the fear that maybe, just maybe, they deserve what’s coming to them.