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Music in the Night

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Laura Logan dreams of a glorious Cape Cod day when all the dark secrets are swept away For Laura Logan life on Cape Cod has been nearly perfect full of magical days spent enjoying the sea with her beloved twin brother Cary But then like the creeping of the tides the vicious rumors at school begin cruel voices saying unspeakable things about the Logans Laura tries to ignore t. Pretty good book The beginning is a little slow because it's all regarding previous information learned from the first 3 books in the series I felt bad for the tortured soul of Laura To be so happy and in love with someone who obviously felt the same for her to have tragedy strike The character of Grandmother Olivia is the most evil in this book Her despicable decision to commit Laura to a mental institution after discovering her amnesia is unforgiveable The book then reminds me of the movie Girl Interrupted You learn of Laura's days in the mental hospital surrounded by supporting characters of the other patients In the end I feel it was best for her to give her life to the sea the suicide was inevitible as it was foreseen in book 3 What was considered her beautiful suicide was a whole lot better than being continually drugged and strapped into a bed I'm debating on whether or not to read the 5th and final book in this series Olivia simply because the character makes me sick

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No one will explain Laura obeysuntil the miracle of a glorious summer leads her back into Robert's arms But dark thunderclouds have been gathering on the horizon and when they suddenly burst with tragedy they howl a name from the Logans' shameful past that plunges Laura into a silent terrible agony Now Laura can only dream of the warm sun filled life she so desperately desire. This book gets increasingly interesting There is a HUGE paradox going on The beginning of the book was beautiful sweet and innocent During what seems like the second half of the story Laura is in a mental institution where there is a lot of darkness anger and pain Perhaps this symbolizes the ebbs and flows of love Love can be magical and love can be painful I think the ending was well done where Laura reunites with Robert in true love after death I think this gives the story a Romeo and Juliet effect However I don't like how the previous story of her family was neglected So much of the first part of the story was centered around her and her twin brother Once the story shifted and Laura was admitted to the hospital that sort of died If she really had the relationship with her twin brother as described in the first part of the story then he would have found a way tore unite or help her I feel like this was left to the waysideAll in all I thought the author's metaphors and vivid descriptions really added to the story and were very well written overall Will definitely read another

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Hem but not until handsome gentle Robert Royce moves to their town does she feel truly carefree and happy again While Robert's smile drives the shadows from Laura's heart she still worries about Cary whose gloomy moods drift in like the coastal fog And then Grandma Olivia issues a chilling threat forbidding Laura to see Robert ever again Alone to suffer because of dark secrets. Very entertaining The most interesting part was of course when she wound up in a mental hospital Before that it was just recounting events one has already learned if they have read the previous books There was no account of how Laura and Robert met and fell for each other When this began they were already dating and Cary had this creepy obsession with his sister's love life Laura of course was bland as are most of the VC Andrews protagonists And her father was a douche But I'm ashamed to say once I got to the mental hospital and the amnesia I actually started to take this book a little seriously Megan probably helped with that being the only character in these books who hated men Of course she got punished by being sent to the Zombie Ward being plugged with drugs And then Lawrence was so freaking cute it killed me Why did he like Laura so much Jesus I mean obviously Laura is magical and angelic and every single boy has to fall for her but it would have satiated me if Lawrence had ended up with Megan or one of the others Anyway of course Laura never even acknowledges his helping her escape and after her death you never hear what happened to Megan or Lawrence Ever Again I was uite disappointed after all the buildup Seriously that was the only interesting storyline in this whole freaking book Skin Privilege (Grant County, recounting events one has already learned if they have Devoted, Deadly read the previous books There was no account of how Laura and Robert met and fell for each other When this began they were already dating and Cary had this creepy obsession with his sister's love life Laura of course was bland as are most of the VC Andrews protagonists And her father was a douche But I'm ashamed to say once I got to the mental hospital and the amnesia I actually started to take this book a little seriously Megan probably helped with that being the only character in these books who hated men Of course she got punished by being sent to the Zombie Ward being plugged with drugs And then Lawrence was so freaking cute it killed me Why did he like Laura so much Jesus I mean obviously Laura is magical and angelic and every single boy has to fall for her but it would have satiated me if Lawrence had ended up with Megan or one of the others Anyway of course Laura never even acknowledges his helping her escape and after her death you never hear what happened to Megan or Lawrence Ever Again I was uite disappointed after all the buildup Seriously that was the only interesting storyline in this whole freaking book

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