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review Cinnamon (Shooting Stars, #1) 100 ã Cinnamon loves the shadows because that's where no one can find her For Cinnamon dreaming of imaginary worlds and characters is her only escape from her mother's breakdowns Her grandmother's overbearing control Her family's turmoil But Cinnamon is discovering something special about herself a gift from deep Cinnamon loves the shadows because that's where no one can find her For Cinnamon dreaming of imaginary worlds and characters is her only. DNF on page 10 I tried to get past this page but I couldn't The name Cinnamon and her 2 edgy 4 me attitude made me go meh I expect some uality out of my VC Andrews reading experience POn an unrelated note can anyone recc me some decent criminal minds tumblrs or tumblrs that post a lot of criminal minds That is one of my fandoms seriously lacking on my feed

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Ial about herself a gift from deep within that sets her apart a talent for the theater that would finally give her a chanceto truly escap. Cinnamon was an excellent read I was surprised by how uickly I read through this book it was fast paced and kept my interest throughoutThe lead heroine was a breath of fresh air compared to some VC Andrews' leading ladies I have read Cinnamon had a fire to her and showed great maturity her persona was that of a 21st century teenager while the ghostwriter still managed to capture a Gothic undertones The family dynamic was not as sinister as previous Andrews books Grandmother Beverly was very cynical at least she was nowhere near as bad Olivia and her views were extremely old fashioned which was unsurprising The mother's story was heartbreaking yet beautifully written the loss of a child and her breakdown built an emotional barrier between Cinnamon and herself the roles of motherdaughter became reversed as Cinnamon became selfless and Amber became emotionally fragile The relationships between Cinnamon her mother and grandmother was very well written but the father was a disappointment apart from being a Mama's Boy with Beverly his wrongdoings were merely brushed aside towards the end with an explanation that was meant to persuade the reader not to dislike him but I still found him to be an extremely weak characterAs always the protagonists of Virginia Andrews has a talent or gift for Cinnamon this is acting despite her being modest about her acting ability and using it as a form of escapism when the harsh truths of reality became too much for herThere were echoes of Flowers in the Attic in regards to Cinnamon's safe haven being the attic where she rehearses her lines creates stories and where she brings her love interest to share the secrets of the houseCinnamon was an excellent read and I plan to read the remaining preuels in the Shooting Stars series and seeing how the four heroines stories come together and conclude in Falling Stars

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Cinnamon Shooting Stars #1Escape from her mother's breakdowns Her grandmother's overbearing control Her family's turmoil But Cinnamon is discovering something spec. I enjoyed these books as a young teen but now that I am older I realize that every one of her books follow a similar plotline Abused and neglected child tries to find a way to escape her situationI rate this book as 3 out of 5 Stars ⭐⭐⭐