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Erin posts on 7/8/2008 12:09:22 AM I liked Hannah in Twisted Roots! She Had issues but she dealt with them! although i did not like her mother willow that much for blaming her for her brothers death and it was karma when one of the twin brothers died!! Although it was a wonderful book. I have read many and will keep reading Kudos to you V.C, Andrews!!
alicia posts on 7/2/2008 10:22:13 AM i recently lost more than half of my collection na d would like to replace those that were destroyed by eater damage who in winnipeg knows a good place to go or anyone who is selling i love reading her books and have enjoyed them for more than a few years and no it isnt wierd to read 4 books in less than 4 days ive done it before
lexie posts on 6/27/2008 1:08:31 AM i read the casteel series in 1 day it was so good! ive read all of her books (except the 1s that havent come out)atleast twice! but thats becouse im her biggest fan! I LOVE V.C. ANDREWS! (even though shes dead and its some foney thats a guy writing the books now!) im 12 and i started readin these books when i was 11 and i read them all! and thats all i read now! i cant wait 4 another book 2 come out! does anybody know when another one will be out becouse i really need 2 know so i can read something new?!



Jenny posts on 6/26/2008 3:58:42 AM Who is being insulting? Do you mean me? Me and Christopher have been at this for some time. He must be about 16 by now! Lol. We enjoy it really and thats the fun about debating. If everybody thought the same, it would be a boring discussion.
Alice posts on 6/26/2008 3:17:50 AM um u shouldnt be on this bored if you are going to insult people. Dear Verginia, i think you are right, the V.C books have just gone down hill since Flowers in the Attic and Heaven series.
Sheri Jules posts on 6/23/2008 12:12:25 PM I read all of V.C. Andrew's books. She is my favorite author.
grace posts on 6/23/2008 12:35:49 AM What page is the sex scene on?
Jade posts on 6/18/2008 6:43:19 PM Hello everyone. I started reading V.C.Andrews books when I was 10 and now I am 13. I have read all of her books except for the ones that havn't came out yet. Kind of obsessive huh? Anyways, has anybody else read ALL of her books yet?
Christopher posts on 6/17/2008 12:36:38 PM Dear Katie. I liked APRIL SHADOWS as it focused on an original concept of an ugly girl whose family is destroyed. Some elements were pretty creepy in a modern type of way in how the character refused to deal with their issues. Their creepy techniques of coping were far worse than the issues. Such as the terminally ill father deliberately causing his family to hate him so they would not mourn him. And the gay sister allowing April to see her in sexual moments with her girlfriend rather than just talking with her about the obvious. All of this made poor April very confused about life. Uncle whats his face the magician was the creepiest with his realistic sex doll. Niederman seemed to be hitting on some more modern issues as most people do not know that a surprisingly large segment of the population own these android dolls. This is also discussed in depth in the sequel GIRL IN THE SHADOWS. However like many of the recent sequels the second book moves really slowly covering very little material. SCATTERED LEAVES was the same way. All 400 pages take place in less than a week. Then Niederman tries to wrap it all up with a happy ending in the last 5 pages by reuniting the family. How did all these cataclysmic changes occur in such a short period of time?
Katie posts on 6/15/2008 11:47:09 PM i read really big books in less than a week all the time. so no its not weird...some books i cant put down.
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