Last Seen

Last Seen

At first, the mystery they're tasked with seems to have nothing to do with Aerin or her kidnapper. But as Seneca, Maddox and Madison hit the Jersey Shore to gather clues, they begin to uncover the true background of the killer and the horrors that shaped him into who he is. The scavenger hunt leads them to the family of a recently kidnapped boy and dark secrets they could At first, the mystery they're tasked with seems to have nothing to do with Aerin or her kidnapper. But as Seneca, Maddox a...

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Title:Last Seen
Author:Sara Shepard
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:Last Seen
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:293 pages pages

Last Seen Reviews

  • The Story Girl
    Feb 13, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

  • Alex
    Nov 16, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

    I have read all of the previous "The Amateurs books" and other Sara Shepard books (Pretty Little Liars and the Heiress) I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't at all disappointed! I knew I loved her style anyway so that was always going to be a hit with me - easy readi...

    Having read the previous The Amateurs books and other Sara Shepard books I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't disappointed. I liked how the book was based around the mystery of Aerin being kidnapped as it was an interesting twist on the group dynamic based on the p...

    Weirdly, this was my least favourite book of the series, even though we got loads of answers and the story arc wrapped up. I did enjoy it, and the mystery built nicely. I liked the insight into Brett, and how his past tied into the present case. I did like how it all wrapped up, and ev...

    So, this third installment is way better than the second one. I wasn't able to read the first though. Now it all came together why Brett was hell bent on exacting revenge on Seneca's mom. I just hope he won't be able to escape from jail as being almost implied towards the end of...

    That was better and twistier than I expected! A really solid end to this trilogy. There were a lot of connections I didn?t come anywhere near predicting. I still find myself disconnected from the characters for the most part; they weren?t anything to write home about. But, the myst...

    I haven't read a book this quick since I was in primary school. I feel like the Amateurs books suited my personal tastes better, because it wasn't so much focused on teenager's lives as it was on the mystery. That was a wild ride. Hope Sara Shepard writes another series soon becaus...

    Some things I saw coming from a mile away, others I didn?t see coming at all. Overall: I really enjoyed the whole story (including the first two books), I?m quite pleased with the ending and can?t wait to see what the future holds ? ...

    #Edelweiss #MustReadYA #SaraShepardSeries Once again Ms. Shepard brings the Amateurs back with a new case. The ladies find themselves on the case of a missing boy, a serial criminal, and at the Jersey Shore. Last Seen is a little Nancy Drew and a little Pretty Little Liars. What a fun...

    This series started to lost its steam in the second book, and as such it never really regained its footing for this one. I'm satisfied with how it all came together and how it ended, but these books on a whole just left me wanting more. ...

  • Hazel Leu
    Nov 13, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

    I have read all of the previous "The Amateurs books" and other Sara Shepard books (Pretty Little Liars and the Heiress) I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't at all disappointed! I knew I loved her style anyway so that was always going to be a hit with me - easy readi...

    Having read the previous The Amateurs books and other Sara Shepard books I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't disappointed. I liked how the book was based around the mystery of Aerin being kidnapped as it was an interesting twist on the group dynamic based on the p...

    Weirdly, this was my least favourite book of the series, even though we got loads of answers and the story arc wrapped up. I did enjoy it, and the mystery built nicely. I liked the insight into Brett, and how his past tied into the present case. I did like how it all wrapped up, and ev...

    So, this third installment is way better than the second one. I wasn't able to read the first though. Now it all came together why Brett was hell bent on exacting revenge on Seneca's mom. I just hope he won't be able to escape from jail as being almost implied towards the end of...

    That was better and twistier than I expected! A really solid end to this trilogy. There were a lot of connections I didn?t come anywhere near predicting. I still find myself disconnected from the characters for the most part; they weren?t anything to write home about. But, the myst...

    I haven't read a book this quick since I was in primary school. I feel like the Amateurs books suited my personal tastes better, because it wasn't so much focused on teenager's lives as it was on the mystery. That was a wild ride. Hope Sara Shepard writes another series soon becaus...

    Some things I saw coming from a mile away, others I didn?t see coming at all. Overall: I really enjoyed the whole story (including the first two books), I?m quite pleased with the ending and can?t wait to see what the future holds ? ...

    #Edelweiss #MustReadYA #SaraShepardSeries Once again Ms. Shepard brings the Amateurs back with a new case. The ladies find themselves on the case of a missing boy, a serial criminal, and at the Jersey Shore. Last Seen is a little Nancy Drew and a little Pretty Little Liars. What a fun...

    This series started to lost its steam in the second book, and as such it never really regained its footing for this one. I'm satisfied with how it all came together and how it ended, but these books on a whole just left me wanting more. ...

    Curti o livro. Achei muito interessante como tudo se conectou no final, como uma pequena atitude causou uma reação que impactou tantas vidas. Tirei uma estrela pq acho que não tinha que ter acabado pior para o Brett. Achei que depois de tudo que ele fez ele merecia um final pior. ...

    A satisfying conclusion. Loads better than the second book. However, I think I would have liked this book more if it was 15-year-old me reading this; I read the first book when I was 15, and now I'm an adult... ...

    I?m a huge fan of Sara Shepard and this series. This book was a solid conclusion to the trilogy. But, I think I just lost interest in the characters. ...

    This book was surprisingly good but I can t put the previous two (and how and they were) behind it ...

    I never saw ?Pretty Little Liars? but I think I?m going to have to now! I seriously enjoyed this book with all the twists and turns...great little investigative team! ...

    Schöner Abschluss der Reihe. Kurzweilig aber voller Spannung. ...

    I can?t believe this trilogy is over! Onto the next book on my TBR! ...

  • Lauren R.
    Nov 27, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

    I have read all of the previous "The Amateurs books" and other Sara Shepard books (Pretty Little Liars and the Heiress) I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't at all disappointed! I knew I loved her style anyway so that was always going to be a hit with me - easy readi...

    Having read the previous The Amateurs books and other Sara Shepard books I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't disappointed. I liked how the book was based around the mystery of Aerin being kidnapped as it was an interesting twist on the group dynamic based on the p...

    Weirdly, this was my least favourite book of the series, even though we got loads of answers and the story arc wrapped up. I did enjoy it, and the mystery built nicely. I liked the insight into Brett, and how his past tied into the present case. I did like how it all wrapped up, and ev...

    So, this third installment is way better than the second one. I wasn't able to read the first though. Now it all came together why Brett was hell bent on exacting revenge on Seneca's mom. I just hope he won't be able to escape from jail as being almost implied towards the end of...

    That was better and twistier than I expected! A really solid end to this trilogy. There were a lot of connections I didn?t come anywhere near predicting. I still find myself disconnected from the characters for the most part; they weren?t anything to write home about. But, the myst...

  • Alexander Petkovski
    Oct 24, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

    I have read all of the previous "The Amateurs books" and other Sara Shepard books (Pretty Little Liars and the Heiress) I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't at all disappointed! I knew I loved her style anyway so that was always going to be a hit with me - easy readi...

    Having read the previous The Amateurs books and other Sara Shepard books I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't disappointed. I liked how the book was based around the mystery of Aerin being kidnapped as it was an interesting twist on the group dynamic based on the p...

    Weirdly, this was my least favourite book of the series, even though we got loads of answers and the story arc wrapped up. I did enjoy it, and the mystery built nicely. I liked the insight into Brett, and how his past tied into the present case. I did like how it all wrapped up, and ev...

    So, this third installment is way better than the second one. I wasn't able to read the first though. Now it all came together why Brett was hell bent on exacting revenge on Seneca's mom. I just hope he won't be able to escape from jail as being almost implied towards the end of...

    That was better and twistier than I expected! A really solid end to this trilogy. There were a lot of connections I didn?t come anywhere near predicting. I still find myself disconnected from the characters for the most part; they weren?t anything to write home about. But, the myst...

    I haven't read a book this quick since I was in primary school. I feel like the Amateurs books suited my personal tastes better, because it wasn't so much focused on teenager's lives as it was on the mystery. That was a wild ride. Hope Sara Shepard writes another series soon becaus...

    Some things I saw coming from a mile away, others I didn?t see coming at all. Overall: I really enjoyed the whole story (including the first two books), I?m quite pleased with the ending and can?t wait to see what the future holds ? ...

    #Edelweiss #MustReadYA #SaraShepardSeries Once again Ms. Shepard brings the Amateurs back with a new case. The ladies find themselves on the case of a missing boy, a serial criminal, and at the Jersey Shore. Last Seen is a little Nancy Drew and a little Pretty Little Liars. What a fun...

    This series started to lost its steam in the second book, and as such it never really regained its footing for this one. I'm satisfied with how it all came together and how it ended, but these books on a whole just left me wanting more. ...

    Curti o livro. Achei muito interessante como tudo se conectou no final, como uma pequena atitude causou uma reação que impactou tantas vidas. Tirei uma estrela pq acho que não tinha que ter acabado pior para o Brett. Achei que depois de tudo que ele fez ele merecia um final pior. ...

    A satisfying conclusion. Loads better than the second book. However, I think I would have liked this book more if it was 15-year-old me reading this; I read the first book when I was 15, and now I'm an adult... ...

    I?m a huge fan of Sara Shepard and this series. This book was a solid conclusion to the trilogy. But, I think I just lost interest in the characters. ...

    This book was surprisingly good but I can t put the previous two (and how and they were) behind it ...

    I never saw ?Pretty Little Liars? but I think I?m going to have to now! I seriously enjoyed this book with all the twists and turns...great little investigative team! ...

    Schöner Abschluss der Reihe. Kurzweilig aber voller Spannung. ...

    I can?t believe this trilogy is over! Onto the next book on my TBR! ...

    3.5 ...

  • Jacquelyn
    Nov 13, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

  • Cait
    Nov 09, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

    I have read all of the previous "The Amateurs books" and other Sara Shepard books (Pretty Little Liars and the Heiress) I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't at all disappointed! I knew I loved her style anyway so that was always going to be a hit with me - easy readi...

    Having read the previous The Amateurs books and other Sara Shepard books I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't disappointed. I liked how the book was based around the mystery of Aerin being kidnapped as it was an interesting twist on the group dynamic based on the p...

    Weirdly, this was my least favourite book of the series, even though we got loads of answers and the story arc wrapped up. I did enjoy it, and the mystery built nicely. I liked the insight into Brett, and how his past tied into the present case. I did like how it all wrapped up, and ev...

    So, this third installment is way better than the second one. I wasn't able to read the first though. Now it all came together why Brett was hell bent on exacting revenge on Seneca's mom. I just hope he won't be able to escape from jail as being almost implied towards the end of...

    That was better and twistier than I expected! A really solid end to this trilogy. There were a lot of connections I didn?t come anywhere near predicting. I still find myself disconnected from the characters for the most part; they weren?t anything to write home about. But, the myst...

    I haven't read a book this quick since I was in primary school. I feel like the Amateurs books suited my personal tastes better, because it wasn't so much focused on teenager's lives as it was on the mystery. That was a wild ride. Hope Sara Shepard writes another series soon becaus...

    Some things I saw coming from a mile away, others I didn?t see coming at all. Overall: I really enjoyed the whole story (including the first two books), I?m quite pleased with the ending and can?t wait to see what the future holds ? ...

    #Edelweiss #MustReadYA #SaraShepardSeries Once again Ms. Shepard brings the Amateurs back with a new case. The ladies find themselves on the case of a missing boy, a serial criminal, and at the Jersey Shore. Last Seen is a little Nancy Drew and a little Pretty Little Liars. What a fun...

    This series started to lost its steam in the second book, and as such it never really regained its footing for this one. I'm satisfied with how it all came together and how it ended, but these books on a whole just left me wanting more. ...

    Curti o livro. Achei muito interessante como tudo se conectou no final, como uma pequena atitude causou uma reação que impactou tantas vidas. Tirei uma estrela pq acho que não tinha que ter acabado pior para o Brett. Achei que depois de tudo que ele fez ele merecia um final pior. ...

    A satisfying conclusion. Loads better than the second book. However, I think I would have liked this book more if it was 15-year-old me reading this; I read the first book when I was 15, and now I'm an adult... ...

    I?m a huge fan of Sara Shepard and this series. This book was a solid conclusion to the trilogy. But, I think I just lost interest in the characters. ...

    This book was surprisingly good but I can t put the previous two (and how and they were) behind it ...

    I never saw ?Pretty Little Liars? but I think I?m going to have to now! I seriously enjoyed this book with all the twists and turns...great little investigative team! ...

    Schöner Abschluss der Reihe. Kurzweilig aber voller Spannung. ...

    I can?t believe this trilogy is over! Onto the next book on my TBR! ...

    3.5 ...

    What. How. This book completely blew my mind. The way it all came together, holy shit. I'm really not a fan of Seneca, but even my annoyance at her couldn't bring the rating of this book down. ...

    This was an excellent series, and this was a really well done final chapter to it. ...

  • Robin,
    Nov 24, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

  • Shilo
    Nov 30, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

    I have read all of the previous "The Amateurs books" and other Sara Shepard books (Pretty Little Liars and the Heiress) I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't at all disappointed! I knew I loved her style anyway so that was always going to be a hit with me - easy readi...

    Having read the previous The Amateurs books and other Sara Shepard books I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't disappointed. I liked how the book was based around the mystery of Aerin being kidnapped as it was an interesting twist on the group dynamic based on the p...

    Weirdly, this was my least favourite book of the series, even though we got loads of answers and the story arc wrapped up. I did enjoy it, and the mystery built nicely. I liked the insight into Brett, and how his past tied into the present case. I did like how it all wrapped up, and ev...

    So, this third installment is way better than the second one. I wasn't able to read the first though. Now it all came together why Brett was hell bent on exacting revenge on Seneca's mom. I just hope he won't be able to escape from jail as being almost implied towards the end of...

    That was better and twistier than I expected! A really solid end to this trilogy. There were a lot of connections I didn?t come anywhere near predicting. I still find myself disconnected from the characters for the most part; they weren?t anything to write home about. But, the myst...

    I haven't read a book this quick since I was in primary school. I feel like the Amateurs books suited my personal tastes better, because it wasn't so much focused on teenager's lives as it was on the mystery. That was a wild ride. Hope Sara Shepard writes another series soon becaus...

    Some things I saw coming from a mile away, others I didn?t see coming at all. Overall: I really enjoyed the whole story (including the first two books), I?m quite pleased with the ending and can?t wait to see what the future holds ? ...

    #Edelweiss #MustReadYA #SaraShepardSeries Once again Ms. Shepard brings the Amateurs back with a new case. The ladies find themselves on the case of a missing boy, a serial criminal, and at the Jersey Shore. Last Seen is a little Nancy Drew and a little Pretty Little Liars. What a fun...

    This series started to lost its steam in the second book, and as such it never really regained its footing for this one. I'm satisfied with how it all came together and how it ended, but these books on a whole just left me wanting more. ...

    Curti o livro. Achei muito interessante como tudo se conectou no final, como uma pequena atitude causou uma reação que impactou tantas vidas. Tirei uma estrela pq acho que não tinha que ter acabado pior para o Brett. Achei que depois de tudo que ele fez ele merecia um final pior. ...

    A satisfying conclusion. Loads better than the second book. However, I think I would have liked this book more if it was 15-year-old me reading this; I read the first book when I was 15, and now I'm an adult... ...

    I?m a huge fan of Sara Shepard and this series. This book was a solid conclusion to the trilogy. But, I think I just lost interest in the characters. ...

    This book was surprisingly good but I can t put the previous two (and how and they were) behind it ...

    I never saw ?Pretty Little Liars? but I think I?m going to have to now! I seriously enjoyed this book with all the twists and turns...great little investigative team! ...

    Schöner Abschluss der Reihe. Kurzweilig aber voller Spannung. ...

    I can?t believe this trilogy is over! Onto the next book on my TBR! ...

    3.5 ...

    What. How. This book completely blew my mind. The way it all came together, holy shit. I'm really not a fan of Seneca, but even my annoyance at her couldn't bring the rating of this book down. ...

  • Saruuh Kelsey
    Nov 04, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

    I have read all of the previous "The Amateurs books" and other Sara Shepard books (Pretty Little Liars and the Heiress) I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't at all disappointed! I knew I loved her style anyway so that was always going to be a hit with me - easy readi...

    Having read the previous The Amateurs books and other Sara Shepard books I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't disappointed. I liked how the book was based around the mystery of Aerin being kidnapped as it was an interesting twist on the group dynamic based on the p...

    Weirdly, this was my least favourite book of the series, even though we got loads of answers and the story arc wrapped up. I did enjoy it, and the mystery built nicely. I liked the insight into Brett, and how his past tied into the present case. I did like how it all wrapped up, and ev...

  • Kat
    Nov 28, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

    I have read all of the previous "The Amateurs books" and other Sara Shepard books (Pretty Little Liars and the Heiress) I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't at all disappointed! I knew I loved her style anyway so that was always going to be a hit with me - easy readi...

    Having read the previous The Amateurs books and other Sara Shepard books I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't disappointed. I liked how the book was based around the mystery of Aerin being kidnapped as it was an interesting twist on the group dynamic based on the p...

    Weirdly, this was my least favourite book of the series, even though we got loads of answers and the story arc wrapped up. I did enjoy it, and the mystery built nicely. I liked the insight into Brett, and how his past tied into the present case. I did like how it all wrapped up, and ev...

    So, this third installment is way better than the second one. I wasn't able to read the first though. Now it all came together why Brett was hell bent on exacting revenge on Seneca's mom. I just hope he won't be able to escape from jail as being almost implied towards the end of...

    That was better and twistier than I expected! A really solid end to this trilogy. There were a lot of connections I didn?t come anywhere near predicting. I still find myself disconnected from the characters for the most part; they weren?t anything to write home about. But, the myst...

    I haven't read a book this quick since I was in primary school. I feel like the Amateurs books suited my personal tastes better, because it wasn't so much focused on teenager's lives as it was on the mystery. That was a wild ride. Hope Sara Shepard writes another series soon becaus...

    Some things I saw coming from a mile away, others I didn?t see coming at all. Overall: I really enjoyed the whole story (including the first two books), I?m quite pleased with the ending and can?t wait to see what the future holds ? ...

    #Edelweiss #MustReadYA #SaraShepardSeries Once again Ms. Shepard brings the Amateurs back with a new case. The ladies find themselves on the case of a missing boy, a serial criminal, and at the Jersey Shore. Last Seen is a little Nancy Drew and a little Pretty Little Liars. What a fun...

  • Amanda
    Nov 02, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

    I have read all of the previous "The Amateurs books" and other Sara Shepard books (Pretty Little Liars and the Heiress) I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't at all disappointed! I knew I loved her style anyway so that was always going to be a hit with me - easy readi...

    Having read the previous The Amateurs books and other Sara Shepard books I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't disappointed. I liked how the book was based around the mystery of Aerin being kidnapped as it was an interesting twist on the group dynamic based on the p...

    Weirdly, this was my least favourite book of the series, even though we got loads of answers and the story arc wrapped up. I did enjoy it, and the mystery built nicely. I liked the insight into Brett, and how his past tied into the present case. I did like how it all wrapped up, and ev...

    So, this third installment is way better than the second one. I wasn't able to read the first though. Now it all came together why Brett was hell bent on exacting revenge on Seneca's mom. I just hope he won't be able to escape from jail as being almost implied towards the end of...

    That was better and twistier than I expected! A really solid end to this trilogy. There were a lot of connections I didn?t come anywhere near predicting. I still find myself disconnected from the characters for the most part; they weren?t anything to write home about. But, the myst...

    I haven't read a book this quick since I was in primary school. I feel like the Amateurs books suited my personal tastes better, because it wasn't so much focused on teenager's lives as it was on the mystery. That was a wild ride. Hope Sara Shepard writes another series soon becaus...

    Some things I saw coming from a mile away, others I didn?t see coming at all. Overall: I really enjoyed the whole story (including the first two books), I?m quite pleased with the ending and can?t wait to see what the future holds ? ...

    #Edelweiss #MustReadYA #SaraShepardSeries Once again Ms. Shepard brings the Amateurs back with a new case. The ladies find themselves on the case of a missing boy, a serial criminal, and at the Jersey Shore. Last Seen is a little Nancy Drew and a little Pretty Little Liars. What a fun...

    This series started to lost its steam in the second book, and as such it never really regained its footing for this one. I'm satisfied with how it all came together and how it ended, but these books on a whole just left me wanting more. ...

    Curti o livro. Achei muito interessante como tudo se conectou no final, como uma pequena atitude causou uma reação que impactou tantas vidas. Tirei uma estrela pq acho que não tinha que ter acabado pior para o Brett. Achei que depois de tudo que ele fez ele merecia um final pior. ...

    A satisfying conclusion. Loads better than the second book. However, I think I would have liked this book more if it was 15-year-old me reading this; I read the first book when I was 15, and now I'm an adult... ...

    I?m a huge fan of Sara Shepard and this series. This book was a solid conclusion to the trilogy. But, I think I just lost interest in the characters. ...

    This book was surprisingly good but I can t put the previous two (and how and they were) behind it ...

  • Hana-Estee
    Dec 04, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

    I have read all of the previous "The Amateurs books" and other Sara Shepard books (Pretty Little Liars and the Heiress) I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't at all disappointed! I knew I loved her style anyway so that was always going to be a hit with me - easy readi...

  • Ashleigh
    Oct 15, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

  • Isabella Ogbolumani
    Nov 06, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

    I have read all of the previous "The Amateurs books" and other Sara Shepard books (Pretty Little Liars and the Heiress) I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't at all disappointed! I knew I loved her style anyway so that was always going to be a hit with me - easy readi...

    Having read the previous The Amateurs books and other Sara Shepard books I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't disappointed. I liked how the book was based around the mystery of Aerin being kidnapped as it was an interesting twist on the group dynamic based on the p...

    Weirdly, this was my least favourite book of the series, even though we got loads of answers and the story arc wrapped up. I did enjoy it, and the mystery built nicely. I liked the insight into Brett, and how his past tied into the present case. I did like how it all wrapped up, and ev...

    So, this third installment is way better than the second one. I wasn't able to read the first though. Now it all came together why Brett was hell bent on exacting revenge on Seneca's mom. I just hope he won't be able to escape from jail as being almost implied towards the end of...

    That was better and twistier than I expected! A really solid end to this trilogy. There were a lot of connections I didn?t come anywhere near predicting. I still find myself disconnected from the characters for the most part; they weren?t anything to write home about. But, the myst...

    I haven't read a book this quick since I was in primary school. I feel like the Amateurs books suited my personal tastes better, because it wasn't so much focused on teenager's lives as it was on the mystery. That was a wild ride. Hope Sara Shepard writes another series soon becaus...

    Some things I saw coming from a mile away, others I didn?t see coming at all. Overall: I really enjoyed the whole story (including the first two books), I?m quite pleased with the ending and can?t wait to see what the future holds ? ...

    #Edelweiss #MustReadYA #SaraShepardSeries Once again Ms. Shepard brings the Amateurs back with a new case. The ladies find themselves on the case of a missing boy, a serial criminal, and at the Jersey Shore. Last Seen is a little Nancy Drew and a little Pretty Little Liars. What a fun...

    This series started to lost its steam in the second book, and as such it never really regained its footing for this one. I'm satisfied with how it all came together and how it ended, but these books on a whole just left me wanting more. ...

    Curti o livro. Achei muito interessante como tudo se conectou no final, como uma pequena atitude causou uma reação que impactou tantas vidas. Tirei uma estrela pq acho que não tinha que ter acabado pior para o Brett. Achei que depois de tudo que ele fez ele merecia um final pior. ...

    A satisfying conclusion. Loads better than the second book. However, I think I would have liked this book more if it was 15-year-old me reading this; I read the first book when I was 15, and now I'm an adult... ...

  • Jade
    Oct 07, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

    I have read all of the previous "The Amateurs books" and other Sara Shepard books (Pretty Little Liars and the Heiress) I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't at all disappointed! I knew I loved her style anyway so that was always going to be a hit with me - easy readi...

    Having read the previous The Amateurs books and other Sara Shepard books I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't disappointed. I liked how the book was based around the mystery of Aerin being kidnapped as it was an interesting twist on the group dynamic based on the p...

  • Rosina
    Sep 24, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

  • Deama
    Sep 25, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

  • Julie C-F
    Nov 03, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

    I have read all of the previous "The Amateurs books" and other Sara Shepard books (Pretty Little Liars and the Heiress) I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't at all disappointed! I knew I loved her style anyway so that was always going to be a hit with me - easy readi...

    Having read the previous The Amateurs books and other Sara Shepard books I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't disappointed. I liked how the book was based around the mystery of Aerin being kidnapped as it was an interesting twist on the group dynamic based on the p...

    Weirdly, this was my least favourite book of the series, even though we got loads of answers and the story arc wrapped up. I did enjoy it, and the mystery built nicely. I liked the insight into Brett, and how his past tied into the present case. I did like how it all wrapped up, and ev...

    So, this third installment is way better than the second one. I wasn't able to read the first though. Now it all came together why Brett was hell bent on exacting revenge on Seneca's mom. I just hope he won't be able to escape from jail as being almost implied towards the end of...

  • Chelsea
    Oct 26, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

  • Bárbara Borelli
    Nov 02, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

    I have read all of the previous "The Amateurs books" and other Sara Shepard books (Pretty Little Liars and the Heiress) I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't at all disappointed! I knew I loved her style anyway so that was always going to be a hit with me - easy readi...

    Having read the previous The Amateurs books and other Sara Shepard books I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't disappointed. I liked how the book was based around the mystery of Aerin being kidnapped as it was an interesting twist on the group dynamic based on the p...

    Weirdly, this was my least favourite book of the series, even though we got loads of answers and the story arc wrapped up. I did enjoy it, and the mystery built nicely. I liked the insight into Brett, and how his past tied into the present case. I did like how it all wrapped up, and ev...

    So, this third installment is way better than the second one. I wasn't able to read the first though. Now it all came together why Brett was hell bent on exacting revenge on Seneca's mom. I just hope he won't be able to escape from jail as being almost implied towards the end of...

    That was better and twistier than I expected! A really solid end to this trilogy. There were a lot of connections I didn?t come anywhere near predicting. I still find myself disconnected from the characters for the most part; they weren?t anything to write home about. But, the myst...

    I haven't read a book this quick since I was in primary school. I feel like the Amateurs books suited my personal tastes better, because it wasn't so much focused on teenager's lives as it was on the mystery. That was a wild ride. Hope Sara Shepard writes another series soon becaus...

    Some things I saw coming from a mile away, others I didn?t see coming at all. Overall: I really enjoyed the whole story (including the first two books), I?m quite pleased with the ending and can?t wait to see what the future holds ? ...

    #Edelweiss #MustReadYA #SaraShepardSeries Once again Ms. Shepard brings the Amateurs back with a new case. The ladies find themselves on the case of a missing boy, a serial criminal, and at the Jersey Shore. Last Seen is a little Nancy Drew and a little Pretty Little Liars. What a fun...

    This series started to lost its steam in the second book, and as such it never really regained its footing for this one. I'm satisfied with how it all came together and how it ended, but these books on a whole just left me wanting more. ...

    Curti o livro. Achei muito interessante como tudo se conectou no final, como uma pequena atitude causou uma reação que impactou tantas vidas. Tirei uma estrela pq acho que não tinha que ter acabado pior para o Brett. Achei que depois de tudo que ele fez ele merecia um final pior. ...

  • Kendra
    Nov 07, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

    I have read all of the previous "The Amateurs books" and other Sara Shepard books (Pretty Little Liars and the Heiress) I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't at all disappointed! I knew I loved her style anyway so that was always going to be a hit with me - easy readi...

    Having read the previous The Amateurs books and other Sara Shepard books I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't disappointed. I liked how the book was based around the mystery of Aerin being kidnapped as it was an interesting twist on the group dynamic based on the p...

    Weirdly, this was my least favourite book of the series, even though we got loads of answers and the story arc wrapped up. I did enjoy it, and the mystery built nicely. I liked the insight into Brett, and how his past tied into the present case. I did like how it all wrapped up, and ev...

    So, this third installment is way better than the second one. I wasn't able to read the first though. Now it all came together why Brett was hell bent on exacting revenge on Seneca's mom. I just hope he won't be able to escape from jail as being almost implied towards the end of...

    That was better and twistier than I expected! A really solid end to this trilogy. There were a lot of connections I didn?t come anywhere near predicting. I still find myself disconnected from the characters for the most part; they weren?t anything to write home about. But, the myst...

    I haven't read a book this quick since I was in primary school. I feel like the Amateurs books suited my personal tastes better, because it wasn't so much focused on teenager's lives as it was on the mystery. That was a wild ride. Hope Sara Shepard writes another series soon becaus...

    Some things I saw coming from a mile away, others I didn?t see coming at all. Overall: I really enjoyed the whole story (including the first two books), I?m quite pleased with the ending and can?t wait to see what the future holds ? ...

    #Edelweiss #MustReadYA #SaraShepardSeries Once again Ms. Shepard brings the Amateurs back with a new case. The ladies find themselves on the case of a missing boy, a serial criminal, and at the Jersey Shore. Last Seen is a little Nancy Drew and a little Pretty Little Liars. What a fun...

    This series started to lost its steam in the second book, and as such it never really regained its footing for this one. I'm satisfied with how it all came together and how it ended, but these books on a whole just left me wanting more. ...

    Curti o livro. Achei muito interessante como tudo se conectou no final, como uma pequena atitude causou uma reação que impactou tantas vidas. Tirei uma estrela pq acho que não tinha que ter acabado pior para o Brett. Achei que depois de tudo que ele fez ele merecia um final pior. ...

    A satisfying conclusion. Loads better than the second book. However, I think I would have liked this book more if it was 15-year-old me reading this; I read the first book when I was 15, and now I'm an adult... ...

    I?m a huge fan of Sara Shepard and this series. This book was a solid conclusion to the trilogy. But, I think I just lost interest in the characters. ...

  • Karen Barber
    Oct 02, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

  • Samantha DeBusk
    Nov 08, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

    I have read all of the previous "The Amateurs books" and other Sara Shepard books (Pretty Little Liars and the Heiress) I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't at all disappointed! I knew I loved her style anyway so that was always going to be a hit with me - easy readi...

    Having read the previous The Amateurs books and other Sara Shepard books I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't disappointed. I liked how the book was based around the mystery of Aerin being kidnapped as it was an interesting twist on the group dynamic based on the p...

    Weirdly, this was my least favourite book of the series, even though we got loads of answers and the story arc wrapped up. I did enjoy it, and the mystery built nicely. I liked the insight into Brett, and how his past tied into the present case. I did like how it all wrapped up, and ev...

    So, this third installment is way better than the second one. I wasn't able to read the first though. Now it all came together why Brett was hell bent on exacting revenge on Seneca's mom. I just hope he won't be able to escape from jail as being almost implied towards the end of...

    That was better and twistier than I expected! A really solid end to this trilogy. There were a lot of connections I didn?t come anywhere near predicting. I still find myself disconnected from the characters for the most part; they weren?t anything to write home about. But, the myst...

    I haven't read a book this quick since I was in primary school. I feel like the Amateurs books suited my personal tastes better, because it wasn't so much focused on teenager's lives as it was on the mystery. That was a wild ride. Hope Sara Shepard writes another series soon becaus...

    Some things I saw coming from a mile away, others I didn?t see coming at all. Overall: I really enjoyed the whole story (including the first two books), I?m quite pleased with the ending and can?t wait to see what the future holds ? ...

  • ktheland
    Nov 29, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

    I have read all of the previous "The Amateurs books" and other Sara Shepard books (Pretty Little Liars and the Heiress) I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't at all disappointed! I knew I loved her style anyway so that was always going to be a hit with me - easy readi...

    Having read the previous The Amateurs books and other Sara Shepard books I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't disappointed. I liked how the book was based around the mystery of Aerin being kidnapped as it was an interesting twist on the group dynamic based on the p...

    Weirdly, this was my least favourite book of the series, even though we got loads of answers and the story arc wrapped up. I did enjoy it, and the mystery built nicely. I liked the insight into Brett, and how his past tied into the present case. I did like how it all wrapped up, and ev...

    So, this third installment is way better than the second one. I wasn't able to read the first though. Now it all came together why Brett was hell bent on exacting revenge on Seneca's mom. I just hope he won't be able to escape from jail as being almost implied towards the end of...

    That was better and twistier than I expected! A really solid end to this trilogy. There were a lot of connections I didn?t come anywhere near predicting. I still find myself disconnected from the characters for the most part; they weren?t anything to write home about. But, the myst...

    I haven't read a book this quick since I was in primary school. I feel like the Amateurs books suited my personal tastes better, because it wasn't so much focused on teenager's lives as it was on the mystery. That was a wild ride. Hope Sara Shepard writes another series soon becaus...

  • Kerry Henderson
    Oct 05, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

  • Karen Sheldon
    Dec 06, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

    I have read all of the previous "The Amateurs books" and other Sara Shepard books (Pretty Little Liars and the Heiress) I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't at all disappointed! I knew I loved her style anyway so that was always going to be a hit with me - easy readi...

    Having read the previous The Amateurs books and other Sara Shepard books I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't disappointed. I liked how the book was based around the mystery of Aerin being kidnapped as it was an interesting twist on the group dynamic based on the p...

    Weirdly, this was my least favourite book of the series, even though we got loads of answers and the story arc wrapped up. I did enjoy it, and the mystery built nicely. I liked the insight into Brett, and how his past tied into the present case. I did like how it all wrapped up, and ev...

    So, this third installment is way better than the second one. I wasn't able to read the first though. Now it all came together why Brett was hell bent on exacting revenge on Seneca's mom. I just hope he won't be able to escape from jail as being almost implied towards the end of...

    That was better and twistier than I expected! A really solid end to this trilogy. There were a lot of connections I didn?t come anywhere near predicting. I still find myself disconnected from the characters for the most part; they weren?t anything to write home about. But, the myst...

    I haven't read a book this quick since I was in primary school. I feel like the Amateurs books suited my personal tastes better, because it wasn't so much focused on teenager's lives as it was on the mystery. That was a wild ride. Hope Sara Shepard writes another series soon becaus...

    Some things I saw coming from a mile away, others I didn?t see coming at all. Overall: I really enjoyed the whole story (including the first two books), I?m quite pleased with the ending and can?t wait to see what the future holds ? ...

    #Edelweiss #MustReadYA #SaraShepardSeries Once again Ms. Shepard brings the Amateurs back with a new case. The ladies find themselves on the case of a missing boy, a serial criminal, and at the Jersey Shore. Last Seen is a little Nancy Drew and a little Pretty Little Liars. What a fun...

    This series started to lost its steam in the second book, and as such it never really regained its footing for this one. I'm satisfied with how it all came together and how it ended, but these books on a whole just left me wanting more. ...

    Curti o livro. Achei muito interessante como tudo se conectou no final, como uma pequena atitude causou uma reação que impactou tantas vidas. Tirei uma estrela pq acho que não tinha que ter acabado pior para o Brett. Achei que depois de tudo que ele fez ele merecia um final pior. ...

    A satisfying conclusion. Loads better than the second book. However, I think I would have liked this book more if it was 15-year-old me reading this; I read the first book when I was 15, and now I'm an adult... ...

    I?m a huge fan of Sara Shepard and this series. This book was a solid conclusion to the trilogy. But, I think I just lost interest in the characters. ...

    This book was surprisingly good but I can t put the previous two (and how and they were) behind it ...

    I never saw ?Pretty Little Liars? but I think I?m going to have to now! I seriously enjoyed this book with all the twists and turns...great little investigative team! ...

  • bookborrower
    Nov 29, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

    I have read all of the previous "The Amateurs books" and other Sara Shepard books (Pretty Little Liars and the Heiress) I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't at all disappointed! I knew I loved her style anyway so that was always going to be a hit with me - easy readi...

    Having read the previous The Amateurs books and other Sara Shepard books I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't disappointed. I liked how the book was based around the mystery of Aerin being kidnapped as it was an interesting twist on the group dynamic based on the p...

    Weirdly, this was my least favourite book of the series, even though we got loads of answers and the story arc wrapped up. I did enjoy it, and the mystery built nicely. I liked the insight into Brett, and how his past tied into the present case. I did like how it all wrapped up, and ev...

    So, this third installment is way better than the second one. I wasn't able to read the first though. Now it all came together why Brett was hell bent on exacting revenge on Seneca's mom. I just hope he won't be able to escape from jail as being almost implied towards the end of...

    That was better and twistier than I expected! A really solid end to this trilogy. There were a lot of connections I didn?t come anywhere near predicting. I still find myself disconnected from the characters for the most part; they weren?t anything to write home about. But, the myst...

    I haven't read a book this quick since I was in primary school. I feel like the Amateurs books suited my personal tastes better, because it wasn't so much focused on teenager's lives as it was on the mystery. That was a wild ride. Hope Sara Shepard writes another series soon becaus...

    Some things I saw coming from a mile away, others I didn?t see coming at all. Overall: I really enjoyed the whole story (including the first two books), I?m quite pleased with the ending and can?t wait to see what the future holds ? ...

    #Edelweiss #MustReadYA #SaraShepardSeries Once again Ms. Shepard brings the Amateurs back with a new case. The ladies find themselves on the case of a missing boy, a serial criminal, and at the Jersey Shore. Last Seen is a little Nancy Drew and a little Pretty Little Liars. What a fun...

    This series started to lost its steam in the second book, and as such it never really regained its footing for this one. I'm satisfied with how it all came together and how it ended, but these books on a whole just left me wanting more. ...

    Curti o livro. Achei muito interessante como tudo se conectou no final, como uma pequena atitude causou uma reação que impactou tantas vidas. Tirei uma estrela pq acho que não tinha que ter acabado pior para o Brett. Achei que depois de tudo que ele fez ele merecia um final pior. ...

    A satisfying conclusion. Loads better than the second book. However, I think I would have liked this book more if it was 15-year-old me reading this; I read the first book when I was 15, and now I'm an adult... ...

    I?m a huge fan of Sara Shepard and this series. This book was a solid conclusion to the trilogy. But, I think I just lost interest in the characters. ...

    This book was surprisingly good but I can t put the previous two (and how and they were) behind it ...

    I never saw ?Pretty Little Liars? but I think I?m going to have to now! I seriously enjoyed this book with all the twists and turns...great little investigative team! ...

    Schöner Abschluss der Reihe. Kurzweilig aber voller Spannung. ...

    I can?t believe this trilogy is over! Onto the next book on my TBR! ...

    3.5 ...

    What. How. This book completely blew my mind. The way it all came together, holy shit. I'm really not a fan of Seneca, but even my annoyance at her couldn't bring the rating of this book down. ...

    This was an excellent series, and this was a really well done final chapter to it. ...

    While the ending did feel a bit rushed and too well put together, I did thoroughly enjoy this book a hell of a lot better then the second novel. Overall, pretty good conclusion to the series. ...

  • Sarah
    Oct 03, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...

    I received a free copy of this book through ReadersFirst in return for an honest review. Ahh the finale and definitely the most interesting book on the trilogy. Last Seen returns you straight to Seneca and the gang's world as they discover Aerin has been kidnapped by Brett. He says ...

    I had a sneak peek thanks to readersfirst The thing about Sara Shephard books are that they draw you in from the very first page and I can already tell that this one is no different. Having read previous Shephard books I really enjoy her easy breezy style of writing and enjoy gett...

    I have read all of the previous "The Amateurs books" and other Sara Shepard books (Pretty Little Liars and the Heiress) I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't at all disappointed! I knew I loved her style anyway so that was always going to be a hit with me - easy readi...

    Having read the previous The Amateurs books and other Sara Shepard books I was looking forward to reading Last Seen and I wasn't disappointed. I liked how the book was based around the mystery of Aerin being kidnapped as it was an interesting twist on the group dynamic based on the p...

    Weirdly, this was my least favourite book of the series, even though we got loads of answers and the story arc wrapped up. I did enjoy it, and the mystery built nicely. I liked the insight into Brett, and how his past tied into the present case. I did like how it all wrapped up, and ev...

    So, this third installment is way better than the second one. I wasn't able to read the first though. Now it all came together why Brett was hell bent on exacting revenge on Seneca's mom. I just hope he won't be able to escape from jail as being almost implied towards the end of...

    That was better and twistier than I expected! A really solid end to this trilogy. There were a lot of connections I didn?t come anywhere near predicting. I still find myself disconnected from the characters for the most part; they weren?t anything to write home about. But, the myst...

    I haven't read a book this quick since I was in primary school. I feel like the Amateurs books suited my personal tastes better, because it wasn't so much focused on teenager's lives as it was on the mystery. That was a wild ride. Hope Sara Shepard writes another series soon becaus...

    Some things I saw coming from a mile away, others I didn?t see coming at all. Overall: I really enjoyed the whole story (including the first two books), I?m quite pleased with the ending and can?t wait to see what the future holds ? ...

    #Edelweiss #MustReadYA #SaraShepardSeries Once again Ms. Shepard brings the Amateurs back with a new case. The ladies find themselves on the case of a missing boy, a serial criminal, and at the Jersey Shore. Last Seen is a little Nancy Drew and a little Pretty Little Liars. What a fun...

    This series started to lost its steam in the second book, and as such it never really regained its footing for this one. I'm satisfied with how it all came together and how it ended, but these books on a whole just left me wanting more. ...

    Curti o livro. Achei muito interessante como tudo se conectou no final, como uma pequena atitude causou uma reação que impactou tantas vidas. Tirei uma estrela pq acho que não tinha que ter acabado pior para o Brett. Achei que depois de tudo que ele fez ele merecia um final pior. ...

    A satisfying conclusion. Loads better than the second book. However, I think I would have liked this book more if it was 15-year-old me reading this; I read the first book when I was 15, and now I'm an adult... ...

    I?m a huge fan of Sara Shepard and this series. This book was a solid conclusion to the trilogy. But, I think I just lost interest in the characters. ...

    This book was surprisingly good but I can t put the previous two (and how and they were) behind it ...

    I never saw ?Pretty Little Liars? but I think I?m going to have to now! I seriously enjoyed this book with all the twists and turns...great little investigative team! ...

    Schöner Abschluss der Reihe. Kurzweilig aber voller Spannung. ...

  • Sarah  Loves Books and tea
    Sep 24, 2018

    1. The Amateurs ???? 2. Follow Me ? This was a good conclusion to the series and gave a background to the killer, but I feel like it lacked a twist I've come to expect from Sara Shepard's novels. ...

    Thanks to NetGalley I got a sneak peek at this, and it certainly resolved some of the issues from the previous two books. Very early on we get a quick summary of what happened so - dare I say it - this could be read as a stand-alone with few issues. Seneca and the group are reeling ...

    **SPOILERS FOR THE AMATEURS AND FOLLOW ME** Last Seen , the third and final book in the Amateurs series, picks up almost directly when Follow Me ends. An hour previously the gang had helped to find Instagram celebrity Chelsea, but have been unable to find former friend and serial k...

    Okay, at least I can say this was a bit better than the previous one. It tied things up, although I think it's still possible there could be other books in the future. It was a quick read, still a bit shallow for me in parts. A lot of the characters simply use their good looks (yea...

    Not the best of the trilogy, but a satisfying ending. ...

    This book was ok. I did like the way they tied everything up and I personally didn?t guess (spoiler alert is next) (view spoiler)[that Seneca?s Mom was the one who returned Brett back to his kidnapper. (hide spoiler)] Seneca annoyed me throughout the entire series and I couldn?...

    A young boy has gone missing and the Police seem to have given up but he's got a second chance at rescue when Seneca and friends start to investigate. They've been drawn into the case by an old enemy who has kidnapped their friend. Can they save her and the young boy whilst bringing do...

    I won Last Seen in a prize draw on Readers First in exchange for a review. Last Seen is the final installment in the Amateurs series about a group of teens who investigate unsolved murders and kidnappings. In this book we follow Aerin who has been kidnapped by the same man who murdered...