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Audrina wanted to be as good as her sister. Her sister was so special, so perfect -- and dead. Now she will come face to face with the dangerous, terrifying secret that everyone knows. Everyone except... Sweet Audrina.

Topics: Incest, Secrets, Dysfunctional Family, Sisters, Suspenseful, Dark, Psychological, Gothic, Southern Gothic, American South, and Series

Published: Pocket Books on Feb 8, 2011
ISBN: 9781451636970
List price: $9.99
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While very predictable, this book still haunts me. It's very disturbing, but some of the characters are over the top and phony, like Vera and Billie. I still find myself thinking about this book every so often. There are a lot of errors that will bother you if you try to work out ages and such as well. I've finally given up on trying to figure out that aspect.read more
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V.C. Andrews gave us penny dreadfuls for a modern age--and that's a good thing. These books are a favorite guilty pleasure of mine. Spend an afternoon with one of these gems. It feels a bit like putting on all your costume jewelry and polishing off a box of chocolates while sipping on inexpensive champagne. A lovely gaudy holiday to be savored joyfully and often.read more
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Interesting ending, but a bit too twisted even for me!read more
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My Sweet Audrina by V.C. Andrews is the mysterious story of a young girl named Audrina, who spends most of her time being a shut-in with her parents, aunt and cousin. Because of something that happened to her older sister (the First and Best Audrina), she (the Second and Inferior Audrina) cannot go to school or be around boys. Eventually Audrina starts to have somewhat of a normal life, with piano lessons, school, and a friendship with the neighbor boy, Arden, which turns into love. Yet she cannot shake her sister's death from the shadows, and realizes there is something about the First Audrina she must know.This is the only stand-alone novel penned by Andrews. While I didn't care for the romance between the Arden and Audrina, her cousin Vera is by far the best villain ever written in the Andrews books to date. This was a book actually written by Andrews (and not her Ghostwriter), so it has that authentic sense of Gothic horror and sick, twisted family relationships her fans have come to know and love. A guilty pleasure for sure, but sometimes we all need easy reading.read more
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this book is amazing! a twist ending that you will never see coming.read more
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This book was terribly predictable. From the first time she sat in the chair, I knew who she was and what would happen. Like the reviewer before me, I tend to agree with the predicatability of Andrews along the line of the poor little rich girl and the sinister relatives. Watching grass grow is more interesting than this book.read more
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My Sweet Audrina, the first book by V.C. Andrews that I ever read. I was in 7th grade, twelve years old. My memory of the book had faded, but do remember liking it very much and it introduced me to the world of V.C. Andrews. I continued reading her books for a couple years, including the Dollanger, Casteel, and Cutler series’. The Cutler series being my favorite.I enjoy re-reading books from my youth and picked this one since it was the first and only one not part of a series. So… how did it hold up after all these years? Lets just say I won’t be re-reading Dawn anytime soon. My Sweet Audrina is about a young girl who cannot remember anything before her seventh birthday. She “loses time” frequently and is constantly reminded of her dead sister who was the “best” Audrina.Through the entire book you are trying to figure out why she has no memory and what secret everyone is keeping from Audrina. Unfortunately it was very easy to “figure out” and it seemed to drag on longer than needed. The book had horrid and mean characters, strange authority figures and much tragedy and death. All in all your typical V.C. Andrews book. It just wasn’t as mysterious and shocking as I remembered. Even if I had not read it when I was young I think I would have felt the same disappointment.So… as a teen I give it 3.75 stars as an adult I give it 2.25 stars.read more
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Loved this when I was 12, I remember reading my library copy during study hall when I should have been doing my homework. For me, Its a childhood great read, but did not stand the test of time. It was however, my favorite V.C. Andrews book and I give it 4 stars to honor the 12 year old girl who grew up to be me.When ever I hear about people having a problem with their 11 year olds reading Harry Potter, I cringe wondering what they'd think of my former V.C. Andrews habitread more
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Probably my favorite of all of Andrew's books, this is her only stand alone novel. While it was predictable in some aspects, I wanted to continue reading to find out just how the story would unfold no matter.read more
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This book is horrible!!! But I loved it when I was in Junior High. I'm ashamed that I still own it, but, what can I say? Sometimes there's nothing like trashy young-adult fiction to hit the spot!read more
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made me cry so hardread more
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While very predictable, this book still haunts me. It's very disturbing, but some of the characters are over the top and phony, like Vera and Billie. I still find myself thinking about this book every so often. There are a lot of errors that will bother you if you try to work out ages and such as well. I've finally given up on trying to figure out that aspect.
Is this review helpful? Yes | NoThank you for your feedback.
V.C. Andrews gave us penny dreadfuls for a modern age--and that's a good thing. These books are a favorite guilty pleasure of mine. Spend an afternoon with one of these gems. It feels a bit like putting on all your costume jewelry and polishing off a box of chocolates while sipping on inexpensive champagne. A lovely gaudy holiday to be savored joyfully and often.
Is this review helpful? Yes | NoThank you for your feedback.
Interesting ending, but a bit too twisted even for me!
Is this review helpful? Yes | NoThank you for your feedback.
My Sweet Audrina by V.C. Andrews is the mysterious story of a young girl named Audrina, who spends most of her time being a shut-in with her parents, aunt and cousin. Because of something that happened to her older sister (the First and Best Audrina), she (the Second and Inferior Audrina) cannot go to school or be around boys. Eventually Audrina starts to have somewhat of a normal life, with piano lessons, school, and a friendship with the neighbor boy, Arden, which turns into love. Yet she cannot shake her sister's death from the shadows, and realizes there is something about the First Audrina she must know.This is the only stand-alone novel penned by Andrews. While I didn't care for the romance between the Arden and Audrina, her cousin Vera is by far the best villain ever written in the Andrews books to date. This was a book actually written by Andrews (and not her Ghostwriter), so it has that authentic sense of Gothic horror and sick, twisted family relationships her fans have come to know and love. A guilty pleasure for sure, but sometimes we all need easy reading.
Is this review helpful? Yes | NoThank you for your feedback.
this book is amazing! a twist ending that you will never see coming.
Is this review helpful? Yes | NoThank you for your feedback.
This book was terribly predictable. From the first time she sat in the chair, I knew who she was and what would happen. Like the reviewer before me, I tend to agree with the predicatability of Andrews along the line of the poor little rich girl and the sinister relatives. Watching grass grow is more interesting than this book.
Is this review helpful? Yes | NoThank you for your feedback.
My Sweet Audrina, the first book by V.C. Andrews that I ever read. I was in 7th grade, twelve years old. My memory of the book had faded, but do remember liking it very much and it introduced me to the world of V.C. Andrews. I continued reading her books for a couple years, including the Dollanger, Casteel, and Cutler series’. The Cutler series being my favorite.I enjoy re-reading books from my youth and picked this one since it was the first and only one not part of a series. So… how did it hold up after all these years? Lets just say I won’t be re-reading Dawn anytime soon. My Sweet Audrina is about a young girl who cannot remember anything before her seventh birthday. She “loses time” frequently and is constantly reminded of her dead sister who was the “best” Audrina.Through the entire book you are trying to figure out why she has no memory and what secret everyone is keeping from Audrina. Unfortunately it was very easy to “figure out” and it seemed to drag on longer than needed. The book had horrid and mean characters, strange authority figures and much tragedy and death. All in all your typical V.C. Andrews book. It just wasn’t as mysterious and shocking as I remembered. Even if I had not read it when I was young I think I would have felt the same disappointment.So… as a teen I give it 3.75 stars as an adult I give it 2.25 stars.
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Loved this when I was 12, I remember reading my library copy during study hall when I should have been doing my homework. For me, Its a childhood great read, but did not stand the test of time. It was however, my favorite V.C. Andrews book and I give it 4 stars to honor the 12 year old girl who grew up to be me.When ever I hear about people having a problem with their 11 year olds reading Harry Potter, I cringe wondering what they'd think of my former V.C. Andrews habit
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Probably my favorite of all of Andrew's books, this is her only stand alone novel. While it was predictable in some aspects, I wanted to continue reading to find out just how the story would unfold no matter.
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This book is horrible!!! But I loved it when I was in Junior High. I'm ashamed that I still own it, but, what can I say? Sometimes there's nothing like trashy young-adult fiction to hit the spot!
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made me cry so hard
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