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    I was a huge fan when I was younger, however, like most other people the stories became too predictable once V.C. died. I read these books when I was a preteen and teenager. Are these books considered Young Adult or Adult?

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    I think Young Adults

    Quote Originally Posted by itravel94
    I was a huge fan when I was younger, however, like most other people the stories became too predictable once V.C. died. I read these books when I was a preteen and teenager. Are these books considered Young Adult or Adult?

    I think they are considered "young adult", at leas that is where I see them in the library.

    Due to the small incest/sex in the books, but not so much explict that it is considered Adult.

    It was not that bad, but I like to pick them up every so couple of years and read them.

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    Raynay- My first was My Sweet Audrina too! I loved it and decided to try Flowers In The Attic and that was it for me. I was hooked. Just the last two books in the Heaven series were not written by her but they were from her plot. She left a few characters and set up for Dawn as well.
    Of the books written by the ghost writer I actually like the Melody series the best because it went a different way and was not just a rip off of all the real V.C. Andrews stories.
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    I used to love V.C. Andrews, but at times some of the incest themes were a little thick for me. The ghost writer is doing an okay job, but his books dont really capture me like V.C. Andrews did.

    And sydneysummers, I agree with you. The Melody(Logan?) series was also my favourite series that the ghost writer wrote.

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    Ghostwriter.

    I often wonder why she included those incest lines in some of her books.

    I figured something happened to her when she was a kid maybe?

    So the ghostwriter they replaced her with is a male? Not that is matters.

    I was just asking.

    Boy did the movie version of F.I.T.A suck!! LOL!!

    They could have done a BETTER job than that.

    I think I actually went to the movie theater to see it.

    I want my money back!!!!!!!!!!

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    I'm reading a little at a time out of Flowers In The Attic. It's pretty good so far, even though I'm on page 6.
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    Yes, the movie could have been better though.
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