Flowers in the Attic



Flowers in the Attic Celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the enduring gothic masterpiece Flowers in the Attic the unforgettable forbidden love story that earned V.C Andrews a fiercely devoted fan base and became an international cult classic At the top of the stairs there are four secrets hidden blond, innocent, and fighting for their livesThey were a perfect and beautiful family until a heartbreaking tragedy shattered their happiness Now, for the sake of an inheritance that will ensure their future, the children must be hidden away out of sight, as if they never existed They are kept in the attic of their grandmother s labyrinthine mansion, isolated and alone As the visits from their seemingly unconcerned mother slowly dwindle, the four children grow ever closer and depend upon one another to survive both this cramped world and their cruel grandmother A suspenseful and thrilling tale of family, greed, murder, and forbidden love, Flowers in the Attic is the unputdownable first novel of the epic Dollanganger family saga The Dollanganger series includes Flowers in the Attic, Petals in the Wind, If There Be Thorns, Seeds of Yesterday, Garden of Shadows, Beneath the Attic, andOut of the Attic New Read Flowers in the Attic by V.C. Andrews For Kindle ePUB or eBook – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 390 pages
  • Flowers in the Attic
  • V.C. Andrews
  • English
  • 16 October 2017
  • 198210810X

12 thoughts on “Flowers in the Attic

  1. Stephanie says:

    These days, I m always hearing people opine, Say what you want about Harry Potter, at least it s getting kids to read Well, you could make a very good argument that Flowers in the Attic did the same thing for a generation of pre teen girls When I was 12, everybody was sneaking this novel under the covers or behind their math books I remember a girl actually got in trouble for bringing it to free reading period in English class Seemed a little hypocritical to me, since the whole idea of a These days, I m always hearing people opine, Say what you want about Harry Potter, at least it s getting kids to read Well, you could make a very good argument that Flowers in the Attic did the same thing for a generation of pre teen girls When I was 12, everybody was sneaking this novel under the covers or behind their math books I remember a girl actually got in trouble for bringing it to free reading period in English class Seemed a little hypocritical to me, since the whole idea of a free reading period was to instill reading for pleasure, but wh...

  2. Alex says:

    I met a friend for drinks last night She came up and took one glance at the back cover to this book and her eyes widened No, she breathed Seriously Of course she recognized it from the back She read it around seventh grade I read it around seventh grade You read it around seventh grade An entire generation has this lurking in our collective adolescence.So that s why I re read it Okay, that and I thought it was hilarious just to hold it up on the subway I wanted to know just how I met a friend for drinks last night She came up and took one glance at the back cover to this book and her eyes widened No, she breathed Seriously Of course she recognized it from the back She read it around seventh grade I read it around seventh grade You read it around seventh grade An entire generation has this lurking in our collective adolescence.So that s why I re read it Okay, that and I thought it was hilarious just to hold it up on the subway I wanted to know just how creepy it is To be honest, I couldn t really remember, nor could most other people I talked to There s a vague sense of ickiness and illicitness, but that s about it.Here s your answer it is very, very creepy Friends, there s like a whole page where VC Andrews describes a five year old s underwear in loving, lavish detail Andrews is willing to eroticize anything. Here s a whipping My eyes bulged at the site of those pitiful welts on the creamy tender flesh that our father had handl...

  3. Kate says:

    If loving the Flowers In The Attic series is wrong, then I don t want to be right.

  4. Malbadeen says:

    I read this book in grade school maybe middle school and I don t remember much except being in total awe that someone would write down such naughty things I seem to remember a scene where the grandma walks in while they re having sex and they can t stop because they are so enraptured with the experience and I remember thinking damn Sex must be awesome if it makes you lose your mind and not be able to control your senses Note to any young person that may be reading this sex is actually not I read this book in grade school maybe middle school and I don t remember much except being in total awe that someone would write down such naughty things I seem to remember a scene where the grandma walks in while they re having sex and they can t stop because they are so enraptured with the experience and I remember thinking damn Sex must be awesome if it makes you lose your mind and not be able to control yo...

  5. Fabian says:

    No wonder this was so controversial It has not diminished in shock factor, I ll tell you that It srisque even than The Thorn Birds Quintessential page turner.Cannot wait to continue reading about these freaks that are the Dollangangers

  6. Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin says:

    Reread on Audio I loved the narration Have loved this book since I was a little kid Mel Reread on Audio I loved the narration Have loved this book since I was a little kid Mel

  7. Petal X Planet says:

    What I call a Jerry type of book Jerry Springer in the US Jeremy Kyle in the UK Sleazy incest stories where privacy has been exchanged for fame The book has muchof an icky cringe factor than Jerry or Jeremy, where the salacious details are part of the entertainment of fifteen minutes of the tackiest, loudest and most violent people on tv I went through a Flowers in the Attic phase years ago, lots of people did, a guilty, guilty pleasure I ve gone through a Jeremy Springer one too, What I call a Jerry type of book Jerry Springer in the US Jeremy Kyle in the UK Sleazy incest stories where privacy has been exchanged for fame The book has muchof an icky cringe factor than Jerry or Jeremy, where the salacious details are part of the entertainment of fifteen minutes of the tackiest, loudest and most violent people on tv I went through a Flowers in the Attic phase years ago, lots of people did, a guilty, guilty pleasure I ve gone through a Jeremy Springer one too,...

  8. Matt says:

    With the novel that put V.C Andrews on the map and set the book reading world aflutter this piece seeks to explore the darkest and most seedy side of familial interactions and the extend to which blood can blind when placed in front of an extreme moral code The Dollanganger family are living a wonderful life, two loving parents and four well behaved children Chris, Cathy, Cory, and Carrie When news comes that the patriarch has died in a fiery crash, changes must be made A slew of letters go With the novel that put V.C Andrews on the map and set the book reading world aflutter this piece seeks to explore the darkest and most seedy side of familial interactions and the extend to which blood can blind when placed in front of an extreme moral code The Dollanganger family are living a wonderful life, two loving parents and four well behaved children Chris, Cathy, Cory, and Carrie When news comes that the patriarch has died in a fiery crash, changes must be made A slew of letters go out, seeking assistance, though the replies are slow W...

  9. Kristin Myrtle says:

    I know, I know this book is tawdry, it s tabloidy It s the one book I secretly coveted and acquired in my tedious pre pubescent soul searching I d lay under the covers, flashlight in hand, knees up to make a psuedo tent and I d search for the dirty parts I knew there was something naughty between these pages, something to be whispered and giggled about later on with my girlfriends, something I didn t rightly understand.I went back and read the entire Dollanganger series as an adult, and I know, I know this book is tawdry, it s tabloidy It s the one book I secretly coveted and acquired in my tedious pre pubescent soul searching I d lay under the covers, flashlight in hand, knees up to make a psuedo tent and I d search for the dirty parts I knew there was something naughty between these pages, something to be whispered and giggled about later on with my girlfriends, something I didn t rightly understand.I went back and read the entire Dollanganger series as an adult, and yes, it is tacky But it s also elegant, like a beautifully written yet laughable soap opera It s pedantic yet fluid Monotone and a little stale, but it works, damn well And oh, the melodrama And above all else these books are fascinating The series is truly epic in scale, reaching back far before the children in Flowers were even born And it stretches further ...

  10. Alex says:

    Whoa, what did I just read Freud would have a field day with this one

  11. James says:

    5 stars to V.C Andrews s Flowers in the Attic This was one of the earliest books I remember reading as a young adult I was captivated by the relationships which is probably from where my love of reading and writing family dramas was born.As an avid genealogist, this books is ripe with analysis to understand all the connections between blood and non blood relatives It played to everything I found fascinating and the psychology of why people do the things they do The subject, incest at its 5 stars to V.C Andrews s Flowers in the Attic This was one of the earliest books I remember reading as a young adult I was captivated by the relationships which is probably from where my love of reading and writing family dramas was born.As an avid genealogist, this books is ripe with analysis to understand all the connections between blood and non blood relatives It played to everything I found fascinating and the psychology of why people do the things they do The subject, incest at its core, can be a difficult one to digest however, Andrews handles it with care I daresay many readers are rooting for some of the couples to get or stay together and that s not easy to acknowledge But ultimately, I think the reader has to forget the family relationships between some of these characters and just focus on the intensity of the drama between 2 people regardless of their relationships.Locked in an attic Rejected by your mother Poisoned by someone Religious grandmoth...

  12. Linnea says:

    I have this unfortunate penchant for ugly things I buy ugly jewlery, I go out with slightly unatractive men, and I read books like this.It s awful, and yet there is something about how awful it is that made me enjoy it I have a relationship with VC Andrews that goes way back In my junior high days these awful books were all the rage, along with body glitter and peel off nail polish Reading this book again was like going back to a simpler time a time when there were no bills, no laundry and I have this unfortunate penchant for ugly things I buy ugly jewlery, I go out with slightly unatractive men, and I read books like this.It s awful, and yet there is something about how awful it is that made me enjoy it I have a relationship with VC Andrews that goes way back In my junior high days these awful books were all the rage, along with body glitter and p...

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