Online Hide And Seek The Lying Game 4 By Sara Shepard Read Download PDF id:cfvd3sx d5v7n. Download link: Download or read Hide And Seek The Lying. Read Hide and Seek (The Lying Game #4) online free from your iPhone, iPad, android, Pc, Mobile. Hide and Seek is a Mystery novel by Sara Shepard. Hide and Seek, from Sara Shepard’s YA Lying Game series, delivers dark family secrets, devious pranks, and nail-biting suspense. Like Sara Shepard’s Pretty Little Liars series, The Lying Game is now also an ABC Family original TV show. Someone murdered Sutton and forced Emma.

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Hide And Seek The Lying Game 4 Sara Shepard - [PDF] [EPUB] Hide And Game 4 Sara Shepard Notable works: Pretty Little Liars: Website;. Hide and Seek book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. MY FRIENDS AND I USED TO PLAY LYING raudone.info MY TWIN. How to Play Hide and Go Seek - wikiHow. And now that you've seen the kids that REALLY SUCK at Hide and Seek, to be fair, I would like to give credit where.

It was a really good you find out Suttons dad is really her grandpa and That Raven Becky Mercer is her real mom. Hide and Seek, The Lying Game 4 okay so, this book was amazing, this series is just amazing.

I literally could not put this book down without forcing myself too. It was constantly suspenseful, never ever a dull moment. It kept me on my toes the whole entire book, my heart was literally pounding throughout most of it, and it was really scary at times, especially because i was reading it so late at night! Cannot wait to continue on, it's only going to go up from here judging how the series has already been progressing!

View 2 comments. Feb 25, Webiny rated it really liked it. Largely unlike the last book, Hide and Seek made me feel all the right emotions right on cue. Possibly not as exciting as the first two books, it still made a big jump in telling the story of the night Sutton died. I have now totally re-though Sutton's death and it may not be quite as diabolical as we all thought. What more can I say without spoiling it? There were quite a few dramatic surprises, maybe more so than any of the other books.

There were so many plot swings that I actually had to stop reading and just stare at the wall while taking it all in, sometimes. My general attitude toward the book now is: Overall, this was a fine read, a solid continuation, and I'm looking forward to the next and maybe last? I just finished reading Two Truths and A Lie, and while it had the characteristic Lying game-esque suspense I had to read it all in one day I feel kinda let down by the lack of story progression in book 3.

I don't think that it contributed to much to the characters or plot, except that we saw more specifically what Sutton was doing on the night she was killed.

Otherwise I have to say Two Truths felt like a filler book. So I've gotta assume that book four will be a real thriller.

I'll be waiting expectantly Sara, not foaming at the mouth or anything, but when this comes out I'm so there. View all 5 comments. May 18, Manny Soto rated it did not like it.

I swear, If she writes more Lying Game books after this, Imma slap a hoe. It sucked. It was full of fluff. Sara Shepard, Staph. Jul 31, Demi rated it liked it Shelves: How long is this series going to be drawn out? By the end of this last one we seem to be really close to finding out Sutton's murderer, and yet I feel like next book will not be the last one.

The book starts off with Emma and Sutton going back to suspecting Laurel, sure she left the hospital after driving Thayer over there and then offing Sutton. I actually believed Laurel was somehow inv How long is this series going to be drawn out? I actually believed Laurel was somehow involved with Sutton's death; the girl is downright insane when it comes to Thayer. Of course, nope she gets another aliby and Sutton and Emma are quick to jump on a new suspect: Sutton's adoptive father.

While Emma is focusing on all these people that were close to Sutton, I'm just sitting here shaking my head at her for not thinking of the one person that is not on her list of suspects: There are so many subtle clues, not even Sutton is noticing them. Ethan obviously paid an odd amount of attention to Sutton while she was alive and the only time Emma seems to take note of this is out of jealousy. Also, Emma wrote off Ethan's running away when Thayer went to Sutton's at the end of the last book as Ethan being angry that Emma didn't introduce him as her boyfriend.

Really, Emma? He also knows how to hack computers. And ontop of all that, Thayer said he thought the person that ran him over had dark hair; if my memory serves me correct, Ethan has dark hair. I've got my eye on you, Mr. Now that Thayer is back in town, out of jail, and crossed of Emma's suspects list, he is around a lot more.

I love this boy, I really do. Pretty much everything he said made me and Sutton and Emma and Laurel and every other girl in the book melt in a big puddle of girl mush "It's one thing for him to say things about me. I'm really glad he's becoming more involved and I have a feeling Emma will be revealing her true identity in the next book. I was sure she was going to in that last scene Hopefully the next will be better View all 7 comments.

Aug 19, Lofinka rated it liked it Shelves: Find out it's impossible to write this a review. Maybe if I re-read it someday?

Little preview: There's something on the story makes me read one book by one. Basically, it's the desire to find out who's the killer. Immediately after the start, I stopped over Emma's behavior. I mean come on. It has to be hard to know there's killer, but Emma, try to clarify the facts first before you start acting like a hysterical bitch. Emma first half of the book: She imagined Laurel banging racket to Sutton's Find out it's impossible to write this a review.

She imagined Laurel banging racket to Sutton's head, and her stomach lifted. Emma the second half of the book: He looked like he couldn't catch his breath. Serves you right, Emma thought and left the parking lot. View all 4 comments. Mar 14, Bella rated it really liked it. Okay den plot twist am Ende habe ich nicht kommen sehen Sag es niemandem. Wie auch schon in Band ist der Schreibstil der Autorin sehr angenehm zu lesen.

Dies hat er getan, weil er Mr Mercer eben mit der anderen Frau gesehen hat. Diese jedoch ist seine Tochter und die leibliche Mutter von Emma und Sutton.

Nach Beenden dieses Buches, muss ich sofort mit Teil 5 weiter machen, da so viele Fragen offen geblieben sind, dich ich beantwortet haben will. Auch die Charaktere haben sich meiner Meinung nach alle weiterentwickelt. Er meinte zwar immer, dass im das egal sein, aber offensichtlich nicht. Sehr suspekt. Es geht wieder bergauf! Band 3 war leider nicht so besonders, aber dieser Teil hatte wirklich alles und es bleibt weiterhin spannend.

Das Buch bekommt von mir 4 von 5 Sternen. Mar 10, Nicole rated it it was ok Shelves: I'm so tired of The Lying Games series. I'm not even kidding. I used to love this book series so much, but now I'm sick of it. The characters are getting crummy and the plot is going nowhere. At the pace the series is going, we won't find out who the killer is until book twenty!

Even though the big arrow is pointing at Ethan.. I feel Sara Shepard is going overboard with the books. I can sort of forgive her with the Pretty Little Liars series, ho 2.

I can sort of forgive her with the Pretty Little Liars series, however enough is enough. If Ms. Shepard keeps going down this road, she will be losing one reader for the devoted series. So, what did I think about the 4th book?? I thought the book was okay. Felt like the author was rehashing all the evidence. Though, I have to admit the ending was a WTF moment.

Swore, I never even saw it coming Well I guess the journey will continue in ! Just like with the others in the series, I breezed through this book: I personnally didn't see it coming and I have to say I really like where Sara Shepard's going with it. I am a little disappointed that we'll only get the conclusion of Emma's and Sutton's 'adventures' next year and that we'll have to wait for two more books to come out to f Just like with the others in the series, I breezed through this book: I am a little disappointed that we'll only get the conclusion of Emma's and Sutton's 'adventures' next year and that we'll have to wait for two more books to come out to finally piece everything together but it's also fun trying to decipher all the clues that Sara Shepard has been planting all along for us to find.

Although by that time I had a pretty clear idea in my mind of who the bad guy was in PLL, here I just can't seem to point my finger at just one suspect. Which is a good thing: I like being kept on my toes: It really does. Mar 23, Aurora rated it it was ok. I mean, the writing is great and all but the books are starting to all feel the same. The whole time I'm just like "Okay, but all the evidence pointing towards [current main suspect] is totally flimsy and overblown.

Emma's just misinterpreting everything.

But I'm 4 books deep now and I can't stop so whatever. View 1 comment.

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Jun 01, Isabella rated it it was amazing Shelves: Ever since the first book I haven't trusted Ethan. I want to like him. Sorry I do like him but I have this gut feeling that he killed sutton and I hope I'm wrong. Sep 28, Alec John rated it it was amazing.

That was a twist I did NOT see coming. Nice, quick read. Keeps you on the edge of your seat, but it raises so much questions just as the Pretty Little Liar books did. And that's annoying. Sep 25, Janelle Dazzlepants rated it it was amazing Shelves: These books are trashy, but good God I love them.

I won't lie that they're repetitive: Then Emma finds a somewhat flimsy piece of evidence incriminating someone else, and our suspicions shift to them. Lather, rinse and repeat. But no matter how repetitive and predictable they might be, I find myself getting sucked in e These books are trashy, but good God I love them.

But no matter how repetitive and predictable they might be, I find myself getting sucked in every time. While the evidence against Laurel was compelling, I didn't quite download that she'd killed Sutton. She might've acted cold and vicious toward Emma, but in the end she's no Ariana Osgood from the Privilege series - I doubted she was a good enough actress to cover up moonlighting as a merry teenage murderess.

I also didn't download that Mr Mercer killed his own daughter, though I love how the dynamic changes when you think of an adult killing Sutton, rather than some teenage spoiled brat. Mr Vega is no doubt capable of murder, and Mr Chamberlain's strange behaviour toward Emma could be construed as confusion over seeing a dead girl, but I can't really see them posting Sutton's snuff film and hacking into her Facebook.

In fact, as much as I hate to admit it, the hacking sounds more like something Ethan would do. I'll be incredibly sad and annoyed if he's the killer, but he's the only one we've seen thus far with hacking skills. Though I have no idea how he'd manage to track down Emma and Travis to show them the snuff film, he seems perfectly capable of hacking Sutton's computer and Facebook. The Lying Game crew also cheated him out of an incredibly important scholarship years ago, and though he claims that he's over it, I can't imagine anyone would get over losing such a great opportunity that easily.

That money might have reduced the strain between him and his mother during her battle with cancer, or helped him get out of Tucson altogether. And we don't even have any details about the prank that cost him his scholarship, only that it made the authority involved sever ties with him altogether.

It had to have been something big. His comment about Sutton liking night-time football games was also a little weird - it didn't sound like something you'd overhear in the hall, it sounded like something Sutton would've told Thayer during their secret tryst. I wouldn't be surprised if Shepard intended to do something similar here, completely convincing us that Ethan was sane and in love with Emma, only to have him turn out to be a teenage psycho.

It would almost fit with Mona's reasons for tormenting the Liars - they treated her like dirt when they were with Ali, so after Ali was gone she exacted her revenge. Sutton and co.


I reeeeeally don't want it to be the case, but at this point I'm willing to suspect anybody! And not only that, Becky has been lurking around Tucson under the name Raven Jannings, and meeting up with Mr Mercer from time to time!

I guessed early on that Raven Jannings would turn out to be Becky, but I never guessed that she'd be related to the Mercers.

I'm really curious to find out what Becky did that made Mrs Mercer cut Becky out of her life completely. I don't think it's because Becky left a baby on their doorstep, nor do I think it's anger over something like stealing money.

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And at this point it seems clear that Mr and Mrs Mercer have no clue that Becky abandoned a second daughter if they did, why wouldn't they try to track her down?! I hope it's something juicy, like Becky killing someone back in the day!

I can see how people might be getting sick of the formula these books follow, but I absolutely adore it. I love meandering through ghost! Sutton's misleading memories, and unearthing everybody's dirty laundry with Emma.

The Pretty Little Liars books weren't so systematic in the way they picked and ruled out suspects; they ranged from total strangers to family members.

The Lying Game feels like we're scrolling through a list of people in Sutton's life, going from her innermost circle outward. Please send an email at agoodbookandacupofcoffee gmail. Be sure to read download instructions HERE first. Kindly inform me regarding dead links so that I can re-up them. But how she got together with Thayer is her juiciest one of all.

It's the summer before junior year and Sutton Mercer and her friends rule Hollier High.

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Then Thayer Vega returns home from soccer camp. In two short months he's gone from being her best friend's scrawny younger brother to a hot soccer god with a major ego—and a bone to pick with the Lying Game girls. To bring him back down to earth, Sutton's friends convince her to string Thayer along so she can publicly reject him. But as she gets to know the real Thayer, Sutton starts to wonder: Is flirting with Thayer still just a game to her?

Or is the queen of the Lying Game lying. Then someone did. The worst part of being dead is that there's nothing left to live for. No more kisses. No more secrets. No more gossip. It's enough to kill a girl all over again. But I'm about to get something no one else does--an encore performance, thanks to Emma, the long-lost twin sister I never even got to meet. Now Emma's desperate to know what happened to me.

And the only way to figure it out is to be me--to slip into my old life and piece it all together. But can she laugh at inside jokes with my best friends? Convince my boyfriend she's the girl he fell in love with? Pretend to be a happy, care-free daughter when she hugs my parents goodnight? And can she keep up the charade, even after she realizes my murderer is watching her every move?

Now I'd do anything to uncover the truth.

Not long ago, I had everything a girl could wish for: amazing friends, an adorable boyfriend, a loving family. But none of them know that I'm gone--that I'm dead.

To solve my murder, my long-lost twin sister, Emma, has taken my place. She sleeps in my room, wears my clothes, and calls my parents Mom and Dad. And my killer is watching her every move. I remember little from my life, just flashes and flickers, so all I can do is follow along as Emma tries to solve the mystery of my disappearance.

But the deeper she digs, the more suspects she uncovers. It turns out my friends and I played a lot of games--games that ruined people's lives.My adoptive parents adored me, and my little sister, Laurel, copied my every move.

Hopefully the next book will be better. While logical, she always gets caught rummaging through someones room. Wie auch schon in Band ist der Schreibstil der Autorin sehr angenehm zu lesen.

I will figure it out. This series is my guilty pleasure, and this installment was no different. Pros Quick, summer read Cons I think this series has crossed over to boring territory.

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