Shattered Memories

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Shattered Memories

The Mirror Sisters Series Book 3

I have been a lover of V.C. Andrews' books for a long time but I was rather disappointed in "Shattered Memories". I felt that making this a trilogy may have been too much. A lot of filler made it into this third book. In my opinion it should have just been two books. This book was just a lot of repetition. There just wasn't much new to inspire readers to turn the page. To me, this wasn't a good believable V.C. Andrews' book.

The books being written by a ghost writer, now that V.C. Andrews is deceased, are not the quality that we had when she was alive and shortly thereafter. Perhaps it's time to lay V.C. Andrews' great writing and name to rest and let the ghost writer continue under their own name. I felt let down. I want to remember and re-read the good books and stories that V.C. wrote. Not this unsatisfying and disappointing writing. There is nothing there anymore and it's sad since V.C. Andrews was one of a kind...and that shows in this story. Perhaps SHATTERED MEMORIES is a good title. My memories of V.C. Andrews are being Shattered! I had a hard time even finishing the book since it just was such a disappointment. I wanted the excitement, the suspense, the happy and sad time of the realistic writings of Ms. Andrews. There just wasn't that warm feeling that came from her other books. I do believe it could have been done. But the books being written by the ghost writer are to me, just filler with the V.C. Andrews name on them. That's bad. If the ghost writer continues to write under the V.C. Andrews name we need something new and exciting!

Book Blurb for Shattered Memories

In this finale of the darkly gothic Mirror Sisters trilogy, one twin fears her reunion with sister dearest—from the legendary New York Times bestselling author of Flowers in the Attic and My Sweet Audrina (now Lifetime movies). For fans of Ruth Ware (The Woman in Cabin 10) and Liane Moriarty (Big Little Lies)

They share an unbreakable bond...

An inescapable bond.

As identical twins, Haylee and Kaylee Fitzgerald have always done things in exactly the same way. Under their mother’s guidance their every outfit, every meal, and every thought was identical.

But now things are different.

With Kaylee back at home after her sister's betrayal, her life has been turned inside out. Both her mother and Haylee are away and Kaylee’s alone and more lost than ever. Her father suggests going to a new school where she can have a fresh start, and where no one will know about her dark past. But if Kaylee knows her sister at all, she knows that her twin isn’t through with her yet…

Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2017 2.50