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Dark Angel (Casteel Series)
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(btw.... for those of you who don't realise: VCA is long dead, and that torrent of drivel emerging the last 20 years is the product of her ghostwriter. But this book with its multi-layered characterizations, the spooky-Gothic feel, the intricate plots... sigh. This is the real VCA.)
But the kindle edition? Seriously, folks... $21? When everything else is $10 and under?
I think I'll stay with my battered, pages-falling-out paperback instead of replacing it for kindle; thank you.
One of the reasons I preferred this book over "Heaven" was because we got the chance to see Heaven mature and realize that some of her childhood views on life were just as they seemed: childish. She becomes much stronger, and it was so gratifying for me when she convinced Pru to go down the chute into her filth. Doesn't everyone sort of wish they could do that to a school bully?
All in all, "Dark Angel" was definitely my favorite book out of this incredible series, and it's a must-read for any fan of V.C. Andrews.
But first, Heaven is lured to give up her freedom to Tony in return for all the opportunities his money can buy, including an education at an exclusive private school for girls called Winterhaven. His money can't buy the student's opinion of her, however, and, once again, Heaven feels like an outsider. The girls are extremely cruel to Heaven and, in one incident, they slip laxatives in her drink at a party. The prank backfires on one of the girls when Heaven dares her to slide down the laundry shoot--and into a pile of... well, human excrement, to put it nicely, courtesy of Heaven. Very gross, I know, but I couldn't help but laugh.
Anyway, on the romantic side of "Dark Angel", Heaven meets Tony's younger brother, Troy, who later becomes Heaven's longtime, brooding lover. (Troy is, so far, the sexiest male character Andrews has ever come up with. I absolutely love Troy.) Heaven does meet up with Cal Dennison once in this book, but not as a romantic gesture. There's obviously no chemistry between those two, but Cal seems to think so and tries to rape her. And, as for Logan Stonewall, Heaven tries to rekindle their childhood romance (this is before she gets involved with Troy), but he's still hurt and angry by her relationship with Cal and pushes her away.Read more ›
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I'm a huge VC Andrews fan and love the casteel series I can't wait to go on with book 3 I can read these books and reread them years later I can't wait for new ones to fit the... Read morePublished 12 days ago by kim bowers
A really good read. Just when you think you know where it is going, it goes another way. With summer coming this four book series is a great beach read.Published 2 months ago by mcgivy
My favorite series to read over and over again! Once you pick it up you won't be able to put it down. The series just gets better as the books progress.Published 5 months ago by Vanesa Stoffel
Great follow up to heaven loving the Casteel series so farPublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Love this writer, love the books I can't put it down after starting them.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer