↠ Misty || ↠ PDF Read by ☆ V.C. Andrews

By V.C. Andrews | Comments: ( 110 ) | Date: ( Jul 04, 2020 )

The many millions of V.C Andrews fans, and particularly the younger readers among them, will thrill to the first in a new, four book series on the struggles and secrets of children of divorce Misty is the tale of a young girl facing the trials of her devious, divorced parents and the terrors of a deeply held secret When she meets three other girls in therapy, also childThe many millions of V.C Andrews fans, and particularly the younger readers among them, will thrill to the first in a new, four book series on the struggles and secrets of children of divorce Misty is the tale of a young girl facing the trials of her devious, divorced parents and the terrors of a deeply held secret When she meets three other girls in therapy, also children of divorce, she learns that she s not alone andnot alone in sharing secrets.

  • Title: Misty
  • Author: V.C. Andrews
  • ISBN: 9780671028008
  • Page: 437
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

V.C. Andrews

Books published under the following names Virginia Andrews, V Andrews, Virginia C Andrews V.C Endrius Books since her death ghost written by Andrew Neiderman, but still attributed to the V.C Andrews nameVirginia Cleo Andrews born Cleo Virginia Andrews was born June 6, 1923 in Portsmouth, Virginia The youngest child and the only daughter of William Henry Andrews, a career navy man who opened a tool and die business after retirement, and Lillian Lilnora Parker Andrews, a telephone operator She spent her happy childhood years in Portsmouth, Virginia, living briefly in Rochester, New York The Andrews family returned to Portsmouth while Virginia was in high school.While a teenager, Virginia suffered a tragic accident, falling down the stairs at her school and incurred severe back injuries Arthritis and a failed spinal surgical procedure forced her to spend most of her life on crutches or in a wheelchair.Virginia excelled in school and, at fifteen, won a scholarship for writing a parody of Tennyson s Idylls of the King She proudly earned her diploma from Woodrow Wilson High School in Portsmouth After graduation, she nurtured her artistic talent by completing a four year correspondence art course while living at home with her family.After William Andrews died in the late 1960s, Virginia helped to support herself and her mother through her extremely successful career as a commercial artist, portrait painter, and fashion illustrator.Frustrated with the lack of creative satisfaction that her work provided, Virginia sought creative release through writing, which she did in secret In 1972, she completed her first novel, The Gods of the Green Mountain sic , a science fantasy story It was never published Between 1972 and 1979, she wrote nine novels and twenty short stories, of which only one was published I Slept with My Uncle on My Wedding Night , a short fiction piece, was published in a pulp confession magazine.Promise gleamed over the horizon for Virginia when she submitted a 290,000 word novel, The Obsessed, to a publishing company She was told that the story had potential, but needed to be trimmed and spiced up a bit She drafted a new outline in a single night and added unspeakable things my mother didn t want me to write about The ninety eight page revision was re titled Flowers in the Attic and she was paid a 7,500 advance Her new generation Gothic novel reached the bestseller lists a mere two weeks after its 1979 paperback publication by Pocket Books.Petals on the Wind, her sequel to Flowers, was published the next year, earning Virginia a 35,000 advance The second book remained on the New York Times bestseller list for an unbelievable nineteen weeks Flowers also returned to the list These first two novels alone sold over seven million copies in only two years The third novel of the Dollanganger series, If There Be Thorns, was released in 1981, bringing Virginia a 75,000 advance It reached No 2 on many bestseller lists within its first two weeks.Taking a break from the chronicles of Chris and Cathy Dollanganger, Virginia published her one, and only, stand alone novel, My Sweet Audrina, in 1982 The book welcomed an immediate success, topping the sales figures of her previous novels Two years later, a fourth Dollanganger novel was released, Seeds of Yesterday According to the New York Times, Seeds was the best selling fiction paperback novel of 1984 Also in 1984, V.C Andrews was named Professional Woman of the Year by the city of Norfolk, Virginia.Upon Andrews s death in 1986, two final novels Garden of Shadows and Fallen Hearts were published These two novels are considered the last to bear the V.C Andrews name and to be almost completely written by A

Comments Misty

  • Lexy

    I read this book once before but I forget what happened so I read it again and it was better than the first time I read it I feel sorry for what this girl had to go through.

  • ✌ Ashley ☠

    Misty came off a tad too whiny for my taste. I don't think her story was all that unique given the divorce rate these days. The only part of this story that was interesting was when she ran away with Lloyd, but that only lasted half a chapter.

  • Misty

    Even as a 31 year old women, I can still remember the feelings I encountered after my parents divorced. They were very similar to Misty's story. I am looking forward to reading the others' stories.

  • Emily

    The language used bothered me a little bit. Misty kept referring to her parents as 'Mommy' and 'Daddy' which wouldn't bother me if she was a five year old or if she didn't hate her parents, but she's a teenager and she hates them; it just didn't fit.

  • Ashley

    I remember reading this book as a very small child due to the wantoness of a play aunt who gave it to me as a gift. I remembered it being scandalous, full of sex, and drama, but as an adult this book really speaks volumes to me; as much as a book about a whiny teen’s battle with their place in the world after a divorce can do. I recently had parents go through a divorce and this book is one that is ripped right from my life. I really suggest anyone who has been through a later in teen life or [...]

  • Hannah Benson

    It was different the way the author made one whole day into a book. I haven't read a novel that did that before, so it was a good experience for me. Although it was a short book, it was a good read.

  • Jasmine Necaise

    Misty was a good and realistic start to this series. Although the style was not what i was expecting it was still good overall. it was not the best work of the ghost writer but it worked well enough.

  • Lugosifan

    4.5/5 stars

  • Keshia

    This book was a Christmas gift to me (along with the rest in the series). I did not expect them to be good, because they seemed like the kind of cheesy overdramatic books that I always tried to get myself into but I couldn’t. But honestly, it was good, not great, but good. I like the concept of it, instead it just being the story of a girl whose parents going through a divorce, it's a girl who sharing the story of the divorce with three other girls who will eventually share their own story. It [...]

  • Jessica Dillon

    I read this series as a young teen many years ago and I remembered really enjoying them. So when looking through my bookshelf tonight to find something to read, I decided to re-read them and I am very glad I did. This 150 page quick read was exactly what I wanted to read. I was actually surprised at the issues the book dealt with like divorce, virginity etc and Misty was a great character to read about. Her parents both sound awful and although she does come across as a bit wingey, at least she [...]

  • Sonja

    Misty is de dochter van welgestelde ouders die gescheiden zijn en hun dochter gebruiken als middel om elkaar dwars te zitten. Zo schaft de moeder van Misty overbodige luxe artikelen aan, enkel om de rekening door de vader te laten betalen. Het belangrijkste in het leven van haar ouders is het uiterlijk: ze doen hun uiterste best om er jong uit te zien. Als Misty bevriend raakt met een jongen uit een ander milieu, raakt ze zijdelings betrokken bij een overval. Ze wordt veroordeeld om in therapie [...]

  • Sue Lauzon

    Book one (of 4) of the Wildflower miniseries from V.C. Andrews (book five is a regular length novel). The series tells us the story of four teenage girls (Misty, Star, Jade and Cat) whose parents are going through divorce and how it effects each girl. Book one is of Misty's story and it was an okay read. At times I wanted to smack her parents up side the head and yell "what the hell are you thinking". The same held true for the main character Misty but I could see why she did some of the things [...]

  • Kimberly

    VC Andrews has always been a favorite of mine since my childhood days. I have read (and re-read) all of her books, and although I am much older now and find that some of her work is better than others, I still enjoy the twists and turns, strangeness and mystery that continues to captivate my interest.With that being said - it might also explain why I find the ghostwriter's quality of work lacking and less memorable than Andrews true writing, especially with the newer, more modern series.If your [...]

  • Lace

    Although I had read and enjoyed some books by V. C. Andrews when I was younger, I had never stumbled upon this series. Honestly, though, I wasn't all that impressed with this book. It mostly consists of a teenage girl sitting in her therapist's home telling the story of her parents' divorce to three other girls who have seemingly gone through similar situations. While it may be a helpful read for those whose parents are going through or have gone through a divorce, the storyline itself seemed pr [...]

  • M.M. Strawberry Reviews

    As a novel on its own for teenage readers, it was a decent read. Back then I still got excited every time a new VCA book came out. I was a bit disappointed that Neiderman hadn't gone back to a full series after finishing this one, but by gum, I still got excited!However now ten years later, I'm no longer excited. Compared to the crud that Mr. Neiderman is now writing under VCA's name (Gemini, Shadows, Flower, Attic, Delia, Heavenstone series) Misty is definitely a better read in its own right. H [...]

  • Kris - My Novelesque Life

    When I read these novels back in the day I would have given them 3-3.5 STARS and now would say about one StarI started reading VC Andrews books in the 1991 and stopped about 2003. I have read:-Dollanganger Series-Casteel Series-Cutler Series-Landry Series-Logan Series-Orphans Series-Wildflowers Series-Hudson Series-Shooting Stars Series-DeBeers Series-Broken Wings SeriesAs a preteen reading these novels was a rebellion and the gothic theme also seemed cool. I stopped reading this author because [...]

  • Rebecca McNutt

    Wait a minute Andrews died in 1986. This book was first published in 1999 somehow I have the sneaking suspicion that she didn't write this, but nonetheless:Misty wasn't bad. It has its moments where true friendship between the characters is displayed, and the story is one that many young adult readers can relate to. However, this book was often just too strange at times, and it was a very predictable story.

  • Mal

    I really liked this one. It was a good way to start the series and pulled me in quickly. I think from reading tons and tons of fantasy to reading something like this was a real change, not that I didnt like it, I mean change is good. Anyway, these are terriable stories that are can connect to us truly. I feel for her, not that my parents have marriage problems or anything, V.C.Andrews is just a very powerful writer in my opinon. And I really, truly, liked this book :)

  • Emily

    I don't really like these mini-series that the ghost writer put out in between the big series, but I read them anyway. Each teenage girl is dealing with something that can only happen in a V.C. Andrews novel because stuff that happens to these girls doesn't happen in real life. I guess that is why they are interesting, but no where near like the typical five book series that will always be my favorite.

  • Angie (Mind Malfunction)

    Misty is book one in the Wildflowers series by VC Andrews. This series is about group therapy for four teenage girls, who call themselves OWP's Orphans with Parents. Each book focuses on the tragic story of their lives. The first book is about Misty's life with her neglectful, self absorbed parents. I've read this series before, but wanted to reacquaint myself with VC Andrews and thought this series would be a good start. I enjoyed it much more 14 years ago, but it's still a good read.

  • Ashley

    This was my first encounter with V.C. Andrews work, not "Flowers in the Attic". I later found out that this wasn't even actually V.C but rather a ghost writer. I have seen read another of these "4 small books, one group book" series and to be honest, I can't tell you which is which. I recall simply zipping through all four small books in a night and then the larger one the next but nothing sticks out after 10 years. I liked them enough to keep reading but that was about the extent of it.

  • Anna

    The books in this series were perfect for me at the time I first read them, being thirteen I felt like I had a bond with Misty, Star, Jade(Well not so much Jade as the others), and Cathy. Coming from a family that was every bit as messed up as all of theirs combined I really understood where they were coming from as they told their stories.

  • Melody

    I read this book a long time ago, and to be honest, I don't remember much about it, so I can't really give a detailed review. The only thing I do remember was that I was a little disappointed in it. I had read many of the VC Andrews books before this book and I thought this one lacked something. I never finished this series.

  • Gabe A

    A quick read and a pretty good story. I was expecting a bit more, but no. I liked it, but not raving about it. I now HAVE to read the other 4 books because I started this one. I think the ghost writer the vc Andrews estate chose could have done a better job Vc would have added much more intriguing twists & turns.

  • Leslie Edwards

    I remember sneaking these books from my moms book collection when I was 11 or 12. The storyline to all the ones that I have read were pretty terrible but I couldn't stop my 12 year old self from reading them! I can't say I do not like these books because I use to love them! I think I may read one at 26 and see how I feel about them.

  • Zara Shepherd

    This was an interesting take on girls talking bout their family lives through therapy. However, one problem I have is the way the describe things, which I doubt is how could describe things out loud off the top of their head. Despite that, it was a nice little book to read.

  • Nico

    one of the best, most loved series/authors of all time. V.C. Andrews books are something so easily recognizable and new books continue to evolve to go with the times and bring in a whole new generation of loving readers

  • Joan Pardo

    i've read this way back college, this was somewhat a requisite to pass our english 2 class. I could still remember the book but forgot its content lols, but if there's somebody who have read it too and could initiate what the novel was all about, perhaps i can recall.

  • Heather

    Not one of the best V.C. Andrews books I've read, but it was okay. I liked that it was fairly short, so the story seemed more fast paced. I didn't like that it is just about Misty telling her group therapy about what happened. Love Andrews, and will finish this series, but not a favorite.

  • Shannon

    This is definitely more of a young adult series (Wildflower series) than most of Andrews' work. So far, so good. I haven't gotten attached to any of the characters just yet, seeing as I've only read one of the four girls' stories. I'll finish the series of course. We shall see!

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