Book Reviews of Cinnamon (Shooting Stars, Bk 1)

Cinnamon (Shooting Stars, Bk 1)
Cinnamon - Shooting Stars, Bk 1
Author: V. C. Andrews
ISBN-13: 9780671039936
ISBN-10: 0671039938
Publication Date: 2001
Pages: 208
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 88 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Typical VC Andrews. Although a bit better than her older stuff. Not quite as melodramatic as some of the last series she wrote before she died. Entertaining as usual.
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Another great book by VC Andrews
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A story well-written of a young girl who lives her life with dreams of imaginary worlds and characters while her true life is so full of turmoil.
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First in a new series, amust for all the fans of V.C.ANDREWS.
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Story of a young teen with a talent for acting that helps her cope with tragedy in her life.
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The first novel in the V.C. Andrews Shooting Stars miniseries.
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Book 1 of Shooting Stars series. Cinnamon dreams of imaginary worlds to escape her mother's breakdowns and her grandmother's overbearing control. She discovers a talent for the theater that would finally give her a chance to truly escape.
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Book one of the Shooting Stars series.
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Cinnamon LOVES the shadows, because thats where no one can find her
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For Cinnamon, dreaming of imaginary worlds and characters is her only escape from her mother's breakdowns. Her grandmother's overbearing control. Her family's turmoil. But Cinnamon is discovering something special about herself, a gift from deep within that sets her apart: a talent for the theater that would finally give her a chance...to truely escape.
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very good