My Sweet Audrina : Audrina

  • by V. C. Andrews
  • Narrated by Rebekkah Ross
  • Series: Audrina
  • 13 hrs and 42 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

V. C. Andrews has enthralled millions with her suspenseful, gothic family sagas, including the best-selling Dollanganger series that began with Flowers in the Attic. Now, one of her strangest, most beloved classics, My Sweet Audrina - a haunting story of love and deceit, innocence and betrayal, and the suffocating power of parental love - is soon to be a major Lifetime movie event.
The idea of her sister hovered above them all.
Audrina fiercely desired to be as good as her sister. She knew her father could not love her as he loved that other girl, for her sister was so special, so perfect - and dead.
Upstairs in a locked room awaited her sister's clothes and dolls, her animals and games - and her sacred rocking chair. Now Audrina will rock and rock and rock to reclaim all of her gone sister's special gifts.
And then finally she'll learn the secrets everyone else knows but her.


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When I saw that "My Sweet Audrina" was finally available as an audiobook, my heart leapt! Such a fantastic book deserves to be on audio, as does the rest of V.C. Andrews early work! When I saw that Rebekkah Ross was the narrator, my leaping heart just about stopped...from disappointment. I've listened to her readings of other V.C. Andrews books (or should I say Andrew Neiderman books) and found myself irritated by her high-school student drone. She hardly does any voices to begin with, but she whines along as though it's okay for an audiobook narrator to read the book without the tiniest bit of performance in her voice. I began listening today, thinking perhaps a book actually written by Andrews (and not Neiderman-blah) might redeem Ross as a narrator in my ears. I'd only gone in about 30 minutes and I knew I would never be able to handle another 13 hours of it! Such a great novel-ruined! Never mind that she can pronounce "objets d'art" but not "cupola", I'm bothered more by the lazy way she says "Uh-dree-nuh" instead of "Odd-ree-nuh". Perhaps that's being too finicky, but if I have to listen to it for 13-plus hours, I deserve to have the name pronounced the way the introduction to the audiobook says it should be, let alone how anyone I've ever heard say the name has pronounced it. My final verdict is, read the book, it's great. DO NOT buy this on audio. The narration is terrible and will ruin the experience!!

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- VampSlayer0 "Audiobook narrator in my own right, I'm a voracious listener of anything & everything. I'm a sponge, absorbing entertainment & the craft!"

Depressing Disappointment, Victimized Women

How could the performance have been better?

The actual narration was done pretty well.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Utter disappointment.

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The book was very repetitive, simply written and full of weak female characters. Each woman in the book seems to play the victim. They each depend on a man's love to survive and to be truly happy. V.C. Andrews tries to keep the main character's secret a mystery. Even though I figured out the secret very quickly, there were still a few horrible surprises about how truly evil certain people were. I had hope for the characters and story, until the book ended in total disappointment. The book was so depressing, I think it actually reflected in my mood, I could not wait for it to end so I could feel happy again. What a waste.

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- Jamie "Using books to teleport."

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-05-2016
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio