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Read Pretty Little Liars Online!

HarperCollins is currently offering a Browse Inside preview of the entire book Pretty Little Liars. With the TV show starting this summer, this is a great time to read the first book in the series! The entire Browse Inside preview is only for a limited time, so make sure you read it soon!:) (And I don't know why it's not showing the cover, but this is the link for Pretty Little Liars!

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  1. You're welcome! I love when they have the browse inside for books I have on my TBR pile!:)

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  2. Thanks for the link :) I guess a few more are on full access list .Haven't seen the Browse Inside page in a while. Its time I paid a visit .

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  3. For a few days I've been reading the book, but now whenever I type the URL it doesn't load. Do you know if the book is now off of the website? And if it is do you know of any other places I can read it? I only have about 50 pages left and it's KILLING me!
    Please help!

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  4. Hey Polish-It might not work through that link, but try the general Browse Inside website at HarperTeen: http://browseinside.harperteen.com/
    It's still listed there as having full access, which means the entire book should be available to read online. I hope you get to finish it-it's such an addicting series!!

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  5. thank you so much.

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  6. Reading the first book using that link got me hooked on the series right away. Now I'm on the 6th book and loving it!

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