Book Reviews of Brooke (Orphans, Bk 3)

Brooke (Orphans, Bk 3)
Brooke - Orphans, Bk 3
Author: V. C. Andrews
ISBN-13: 9780671020323
ISBN-10: 0671020323
Publication Date: 8/1/1998
Pages: 167
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 105 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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One of the newer series. I like the Orphans books a lot. Not as good as the ealier works.
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3rd novel in the Special Orphans Ministries. Brooke was an orphan, abandoned long ago by a mother she barely knew. And though her new family seemed to offer the promise of a fresh beginning, a dark voice in her heart told her differently.
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my preteen daughter loved this series.
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Typical V.C.
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Modeling? Softball? Wich one is her wicked mother to be??? I love these stories!! One more to go, then on to read Runaways-can't WAIT!!!
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Book 3 of the Orphans miniseries.
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Third in series
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very good
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All she wanted was a mother's embrace...Brook was an orphane, abandoned by a mother she hardly knew. Her new family seemed to offer the promise of new beginnings. A dark voice in her heart told her that there was more...
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Good book
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All she wanted was a mother's warm embrace....
Brooke was an orphan, abandoned long ago by a mother she barely knew. And though her new family seemed to offer the promise of a new beginning, a dark voice in her heart told her that she was now more alone than ever...