Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Review: Seven Minutes in Heaven (The Lying Game #6) by Sara Shepard

15817952Title: Seven Minutes in Heaven
Author: Sara Shepard
Publisher: HarperTeen
Pages: 371
Series: The Lying Game #6
Where I Got It: Chapters

Synopsis: My sister wants the truth.

But sometimes the truth hurts.

For months, my long-lost twin, Emma, has been living my life and trying to solve my murder. She's unearthed dark secrets about my friends, my family, and my tangled past. But when it comes to finding my killer, she keeps running into dead ends.

Until my body shows up in Sabino Canyon. Suddenly everyone knows there are two girls who look like Sutton Mercer—and that one of them is dead. At first the police assume the body is Emma's. But as questions and accusations start flying, it's harder than ever for Emma to keep playing me. The truth is bound to come out eventually. And when it does, Emma will be suspect number one in my murder investigation. If she can't find my killer before time runs out, she'll end up behind bars . . . or worse.

Sara Shepard, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Pretty Little Liars books, finally reveals the shocking truth about Sutton's murder in this riveting novel about secrets, lies, and killer consequences.

Sara Shepard
Sara ShepardSara Shepard graduated from NYU and has an MFA from Brooklyn College. She currently lives in Tucson, Arizona. Sara's Pretty Little Liars novels were inspired by her upbringing in Philadelphia's Main Line.


I read this book on August 11th 2013.

I totally guessed this book, and yet, I still liked it! And it's all because it THE LAST ONE! Ever since I finished the fourth book (Hide and Seek) I knew exactly who the killer was, but in this book it had me doubting my ideas.

In 'Seven Minutes in Heaven' Sutton Mercer's body shows up in Sabino Canyon and then everyone is thinking that Emma killed her sister because she was jealous of her. This novel was suspenseful and yet felt thrown together way to awkwardly. The end was thrown together and it was so obvious the end.

Anyway, the book was obvious and annoying because of that. Still, I can't get over the fact that I'm happy because the series is over!

Grades: 9 and up
Ages: 14+

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