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Shooting Stars by V.C. Andrews
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Jul 22, 2009

really liked it
Read in July, 2009

This was a surprisingly good book. And all of the stories ended happily. That rarely happens completely in VC Andrews books.
This book is 4 short stories in 1 big book.

Cinnamon: A gothic dressing girl who has hopes of becoming a famous actress.

Ice: A very quiet girl who is very soft spoken. She does however possess the ability to sing, and sing well enough to mesmerize all that hear her lovely voice.

Rose: A girl with the ability to dance. It comes by quite a surprise in a way, along with the long lost half brother she never even knew existed.

Honey: The girl with the golden violin. From a corn farm in Ohio, this girl can play the violin like no other.

Each girl overcomes some type of family tragedy and is picked to continue their schooling after graduation at a performing arts school in New York. The four girls meet in the sequel to this book, Fallen Stars, which I am currently reading. I'd recommend this book to all VC Andrews lovers. It was entertaining and as I said before, all four stories ended happily, which makes me eager to believe that tragedy will befall these four in the sequel.
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