Alison was different. She’d walk into a room and the room would take note and if heads didn’t turn, they were bound to roll. She was heaven in hell. A chilling inferno. Deliciously wicked when standing with saints. Hopelessly innocent yet laughing with sin. The capability to touch you as softly as only a child could…
Ezra being stomach-churningly creepy in his stupid “book”
"…as only a child could…"
"…as only a child could…"???
PLL, you cannot possibly redeem this guy. No. Stop. You can’t.
There’s so much disgusting stuff, too. Like when he outlines information about the girls prior to meeting them, he specifically says that he thinks Aria “feels out of place in Rosewood and tends to be attracted to older (more worldly) men.” Is this why he targeted her? Because he thought she’d be easier to manipulate because she felt out of place. The part about her being attracted to older men just sounds like some excusing of his pedophilic behavior. And then, he mentions that she likes art shows, and that he should get to know some of her favorite artists, presumably to “coincidentally” run into her at art shows. And theeeeeen, there’s this creepy photoset http://metalgender.tumblr.com/post/74928887547 and the quote from the actual thing he sent to the publishers where he said (about Aria)” that she was “beyond her years. Something I couldn’t help but think she learned from Alison.” Again, excusing his pedophilic behavior by trying to justify that they were both ~so mature~
Thanks for all your research on this one. We can also add that he starts the book by portraying Alison as a liar who can’t be trusted. In the very first paragraph, if I remember correctly.