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Forbidden Sister

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 29, 2013

    Decent Read

    I have always enjoyed reading VC Andrews books. This one was a little slow and somewhat predictable, but yet an alright book nonetheless.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 25, 2013

    Must Read

    I love all VC Andrews books and this one is no exception!!

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  • Posted February 27, 2013

    Forbidden sister, V. C. Andrews It¿s interesting how this book b

    Forbidden sister, V. C. Andrews
    It’s interesting how this book begins with the younger sister wondering, and longing for a connection to her older sister, whom she hasn't seen since she was seven years old. I find the connection too close to home, my older sister moved out when I was five; she was going to her last year of high school in the US while my dad moved to Germany because of the military. I can understand the desire to share your thoughts, and your life lessons with someone else who would know more then you. I wish I could have had the opportunity to share those growing pains with my sister, but with her so far away it never came true. I find the darkness in the book as a blow to the heart, how will the family survive the loss of the father? How Emmie deals with her father’s death and her mother’s health problems would inspire many children. She learns that she cannot handle everything herself, despite her parents’ good upbringing, she needs someone to rely on. But who could she trust, the family she does not remember in France, or the Aunt and Uncle here who are estranged from the family? This is a dynamic captivating story, of life’s lessons and learning to gain your own footing despite the hardships placed in front of you.

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