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Pretty Little Devils by Nancy Holder

Pretty Little Devils

by Nancy Holder

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Pretty Little Devils by Nancy Holder was a thrilling and wild story about five fabulous girls who rule their school. Their lives are full of parties and pranks, until they start receiving strange notes from a blackmailer. All of the PLDs think it’s a prank that is until they find out a girl who has gone to their school was murdered into shreds.When the notes become more serious one PLD might find herself in jail.
I thought this book was well written and had a cool plot. It was very exciting to read. Though there were some similarities to Pretty Little Liars this book in all was mostly an original and unique idea. Holder used very descriptive words that gave you a good feel of the emotion and anxiety throughout the book.
I would recommend this book to Middle School girls because it wasn’t a hard read and the book was short. ( )
  br13emha | Jan 27, 2013 |
This book is such a page turner! I couldn't wait to find out who done it and then when you think everyone is safe....they aren't! It was great! ( )
  elie26reads | Jan 3, 2013 |
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Hazel Stone, who is just starting her junior year in high school, is desperate to make new friends. Tired of the default group she's a part of, Hazel wants to be a member of the Pretty Little Devils, which consists of perfect popular girls. To her surprise, Sylvia Orly, the leader of the PLDs, agrees, and soon Hazel is inducted into the group, which subsists on secret parties during babysitting jobs, horror movies, and practical jokes.

Meanwhile, Hazel has eyes on Matty Vardeman --- but so does Breona Wu, the head cheerleader and Sylvia's mortal enemy. Lucky for Hazel, he chooses the newly "damned" PLD instead of the cheerleader. Unfortunately this makes Breona extremely angry, and she and Hazel begin getting into fights in class.

Sounds like typical high school drama. Well, it is --- until things turn sinister. All of the PLDs, including low-key Carolyn, shy Ellen and giggly Megan, start receiving strange phone calls and text messages referring to them as "bad babysitter[s]" and threatening to kill them. None of the girls know who's responsible. Before long, students are being killed and suspicions are falling on the PLDs. The end result of this tumultuous year for Hazel and her friends is somewhat unexpected.

PRETTY LITTLE DEVILS is told through secret PLD chat room transcripts, a personal blog from the anonymous killer, and standard chapters. The novel is clever, full of personality and deliciously spooky. This wholly enjoyable book will be easy to devour in one sitting because you won't want to put it down! ( )
  alioopsie | Jun 24, 2006 |
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Everything changes for Hazel Stone when she's noticed by Sylvia, queen bee of their high school's popular girls, the Pretty Little Devils. Sylvia invites Hazel to one of the group's famous soirees, held at the site of one of their babysitting jobs. Hazel couldn't be more thrilled! But what she doesn't know is that popularity comes with a price. Some people can become jealous of a girl's newfound status, deadly jealous. One of these babysitting babes is a killer! Hazel has to figure out which one, before they turn their backstabbing ways on her.… (more)

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