Presentation on theme: "Published By: Harper Teen Produced By: Alloy Entertainment Unbelievable is the forth out of eight books Pretty Little Liars Novel is a National Bestselling."— Presentation transcript:
There are many protagonist in this book they are the victims of the antagonist bullying, there names are Emily, Hannah, Spencer and Aria. All of the girls are in high school and they all used to be best friends in middle school until their fifth best friend went missing at the end of 7 th grade. After this happened Emily, Hannah, Spencer and Aria did not know what to do until one day they started getting black mailing letters about there past from a person named A.
The antagonist in this book is the black mailer A who we find out in the end is Mona Vanderwaal. Mona finds Allison DiLaurentis who went missing just three years earlier journal which had secrets about all of the girl's pasts. Mona decides to use this to get back at all the people who made fun of her in the past including her best friend Hannah.
My favorite character in Unbelievable is probably Aria because, all of her life she has been the outcast and was always herself until the sixth grade when she found out her dad was cheating on her mom with one of his students, and when her best friend at the time Alli found out she would always use it against Aria to get what she wanted. Through out Arias life she tried to escape from the shadows of her fathers mistakes but couldn’t seem to do so.
My least favorite character would be as you can guess Mona because she knows what to do to manipulate the people around her. She not only messed with peoples emotion but there life's to, and ends up physically hurting people that where in her way.
The time period of the book is the present time and I think that it fits well for this book because it makes it more relatable to the readers. This book took place in Rosewood, which is a small town in Pennsylvania and the all the residents care about is money and latest designer brands.
Greed, in Rosewood other then shopping money was a very big part of these peoples lives. Selfishness, Emily, Hannah, Spencer and Aria only cared about themselves and they had to learn the hard way how to care. Be trail, a lot of this book is based on the fact that the girls only looked out for themselves and didn’t care who they hurt. I rate this book probably an eight because Sara Shepard is very good at keeping you’re attention.
I have chosen bullying for my social issue because I think there is a lot of examples of bullying in this book and I also think it is a topic that is not discussed enough amongst teenagers.
Silent problem Ignored Teachers and parents should be more aware Consequences for bullies