From the imagination behind Flowers in the Attic comes a sensational new novel that spins a seductive web between fantasies and lies -- and uncovers the price for keeping
Secrets in the Attic
Two Friends As Close As Sisters.
One Killer Secret That
Will Tear Their Small Town Apart.
In the dust and shadows of the attic, they shared everything -- fanciful stories, high school crushes, plans for the future, dreams to travel the world. For Karen, the attic is her escape from the reality of her stepfather's unwanted attention. Together in the eaves of a house with its own murderous history, the best friends concoct a scheme that will put Karen's stepfather in his place. It wasn't supposed to turn deadly. But in the attic Karen shares one more secret with her best friend -- a secret to take to the grave....
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Secrets in the Attic....
I have yet to read a disappointing V.C. Andrews book. I had recently been lacking with my reading but "Secrets in the Attic" reminded me just what a good book can do, take you to another world and keep you there.
Secrets And n The Attic
Dull, boring, never really said what was true and what wasn't. Jumped around too much, and too much description of feelings. By the way, teenagers do not talk like that. I'm finding that all too similar in all the books. And, with a name like Zipporah Stein growing up in Yonkers, don't you think that it should have been mentioned the family was Jewish? Really dumb and made no sense.
This book was decent, but definitely not what V.C. Andrews herself would have written.
I was somewhat disappointed.