Book Reviews of Star (Wildflowers, Bk 2)

Star (Wildflowers, Bk 2)
Star - Wildflowers, Bk 2
Author: V. C. Andrews
ISBN-13: 9780671028015
ISBN-10: 0671028014
Publication Date: 1999
Pages: 176
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 81 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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This is Star's story in the Wildflower series. Very good!
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Interesting characters and events. Good for young readers.
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Book 3 of the Wildflowers miniseries.
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2nd book of Wildflowers was more interesting than thought. Misty is the first to begin with.
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Short read, good book!!
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Great book in the series
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bittersweet novel, a great lazy day read. :)
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"It would be a cold day in hell before I could ever forgive my parents."

Star hides her pain, like the other girls in the threapy group that's suppose to help them But she knows how she feels deep in her heart. Even though her mother and father are still alive, they are dead to her.

Today it is her turn to reveal her secrets. Star will her story to Doctor Marlowe and the others, and she will finally face the dark nightmares of her past...
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Star hide her pain, like the other girls in the therapy group that is supposed to help them. But she knows how she feels deep in her heart. Even though her mother and father are still alive, they are dead to her.
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Wildflowers Series Book #2

Star hides her pain, like the other girls in the therapy group that's supposed to help them. But she knows how she feels deep in her heart. Even though her mother and father are still alive, they are dead to her.

Today, it is her turn to reveal her secrets. Star will tell her story to doctor Marlowe and the others, and she will finally face the dark nightmares of her past....
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my preteen daughter loved this series.
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Star hides her pain, like the other girls in the therapy group that's supposed to help them. But she knows how she feels deep in her heart. Even though her mother and father are still alive, they are dead to her.

Today, it is her turn to reveal her secrets. Star will tell her story to doctor Marlowe and the others, and she will finally face the dark nightmares of her past....
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2nd of the Wildflowers series. Enjoyable.
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VC Andrews is the best. Great story.
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"It would be a cold in hell before I could ever forgive my parents."
Star hides her pain, like the other girls in the therapy group that's supposed to help them. But she knows how she feels deep in her heart. Even though her mother and father are still alive, they are dead to her. Today, it is her turn to reveal her secrets. Star will tell her story to Doctor marlowe and the others, and she will finally face the dark nightmares of her past.
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Star tells her story of heartache and faces her darkest nightmares
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Good book, quick read.
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"In this book, Star tells the other girls in her therapy group (Misty, Jade, and Cat) about living with an alcoholic mother and being deserted by a deadbeat dad. Her story is heartbreaking and very real. Finally, she and her little brother Rodney are able to live with their elderly grandmother and have a chance for happiness and real love when tragedy strikes again. Some V.C. Andrews stories really capture my attention and others do not. This one got my attention. I can't wait to read the rest of the series."
- J. Austin
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This was an excellant book
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2nd in Wildflowers series