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Flowers in the Attic is a Gothic novel by V. C. Andrews. It is the first book in the Dollanganger Series, and was followed by Petals on the Wind, If There Be. Flowers in the Attic book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Such wonderful children. Such a beautiful mother. Such a lo. A major Lifetime movie event—the novel that captured the world's imagination and earned V.C. Andrews a fiercely devoted fanbase. Book One of the.

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Yes, I'm serious. Flowers in the Attic—a.k.a. “The book that made teenage girls look sideways at their brothers and shudder,” as my similarly. But I did re-read the book recently, because a friend of mine was throwing a “ Flowers in the Attic”-themed fundraising event. (I have strange. Flowers in the Attic is a rather sad story. The Dollanganger children are betrayed by the person who should love them the most—their mother—.

This causes Cathy and Christopher to have flirtatious conversations about nakedness during medieval times.

Finally, we arrive at the climax—the Gothic love crime the reader has been waiting for, the outcome of years of sadomasochistic suffering and independent reading.

Cathy and Christopher lie side by side, mutually reading a Victorian book about star-crossed lovers named Lily and Raymond.

This plot turn freaks Cathy out. A lifelong drama queen, she slams the book shut and throws it against the wall.

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Not to push the point, but this conversation takes place inside a trashy romantic novel written by a woman who uses the pen name V.

Somehow, it leads to Cathy giving Christopher a Prince Valiant haircut.

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The children also discover that Dollanganger is not their real name. The grandmother is a hard and cruel woman, though, and considers them an abomination.

And when these rules are broken her punishments are cruel and severe. She beats them and at one point starves them for a week.

The servants have no idea that they are there, their grandmother hates them and their mother is fast forgetting them. Life is hard and their health is fading: Flowers in the Attic is pages long and is rather a sad story.

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The children are betrayed by the person who should love them the most and they have no one to turn to but each other. If they become ill there will be no doctor to turn to either. So she began writing letters to her parents, her millionaire parents, whom the children had never heard of before.

Momma tells the children all about their rich grandparents, and how Chris and Cathy and the twins will live like princes and princesses in their grandparents' fancy mansion. The children are only too delighted by the prospect.

But there are a few things that Momma hasn't told them.

She hasn't told them that their grandmother considers them "devil's spawn" who should never have been born. She hasn't told them that she has to hide them from their grandfather if she wants to inherit his fortune.

She hasn't told them that they are to be locked away in an abandoned wing of the house with only the dark, airless attic to play in.

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But, Momma promises, it's only for a few days Then the days stretch into months, and the months into years.But it made me wonder, it made me wonder about the author, about her story The novel is written in the first-person, from the point of view of Cathy Dollanganger. Fiction about taboo romance between a brother and sister.

Incest- Well the whole book is about incest. Look longest at the twins; notice in particular how tall they've grown.

V C Andrews. All the adults in this need to die in a fiery pit of doom. I can't stand screaming, tantrum throwing little girls - but the group was well done anyway.

Echoes of Dollanganger and Christopher's Diary: An accident rips their perfect lives apart, and Momma becomes distant and the children have to grow up too fast, with Chris and Cathy looking after their little brother and sister.

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