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PDF ç BOOK Flowers in the Attic FREE º V.C. ANDREWS ☆ Such wonderful children Such a beautiful mother Such a lovely house Such endless terrorIt wasn't that she didn't love her children She did But there was a fortune at stake—a fortune that would assure their later happiness if she could keep the children a secret Such wonderful children Such a beautiful mother Such a lovely house Such endless terrorIt wasn't that she didn't love her children She did But there was a fortune at stake a fortune that would assure their later happiness if she could keep the children a secret from her dyi 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 whatever If I had a dime for every hypocrisy I witnessed in school I'd be writing this review from my villa in FranceWhile the incest angle of this story held undeniable appeal for me I have to say that it was really the premise that captured my attention The whole notion of a mother who hides her children away in an attic was fascinating to me I've always loved stories about people who are forced to survive in abnormal surroundings whether it's Anne Frank or Patty Hearst or Pocahontas The sick twisted conditions that the Dollanganger kids endured made for great reading especially as a preteen undergoing her own hellish circumstances Contrary to what a lot of other readers have said here it isn't just the sex that accounts for this book's popularitythe plot is also a strong point in its favorAlthough it's been many years since I've read this story its characters remain vivid This is definitely a sign that the author did something right I particularly enjoyed the two villians the glamorous narcissitic mother and the pious sadistic grandmother Looking back I still hate those bitches They were sort of like Godzilla vs Mothera Speaking of good storiesIt may seem like a small point but I remember enjoying the ballet angle of this book I loved how Cathy used to practice her ballet moves in the attic with the elaborate costumes her mother bought her I also remember how the bodice on one of them was too tight because dear old mom hadn't recognized that her daughter had developed breasts This scene may seem salacious to some but I actually appreciated it on a whole different level As a young girl venturing into adulthood I could really identify with Cathy's desire to be acknowledged as a young woman only to be treated like a little kidBelieve me I'm not saying this is a great work of geniusthe writing is so bad it's goodeven at 12 I laughed at expressions like Great golly lolly Still Flowers in the Attic is the literary euivalent of a Krispy Kreme doughnut It's delicious on the way down but its lingering effects are vaguely sickening Still that won't stop you from having anotherand anotheruntil the whole box is gone and you're left bloated and groaning on a smelly old mattress only to be raped by your brother Sorry I got my metaphors mixed there for a second Anyway taken in the right spirit Flowers in the Attic is a decent read especially when you're being force fed rubbish like My Brother Sam is Dead and Where the Red Fern Grows Get thee behind me sixth grade

Flowers in the AtticSuch wonderful children Such a beautiful mother Such a lovely house Such endless terrorIt wasn't that she didn't love her children She did But there was a fortune at stake a fortune that would assure their later happiness if she could keep the children a secret from her dyi 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 whatever If I had a dime for every hypocrisy I witnessed in school I'd be writing this review from my villa in FranceWhile the incest angle of this story held undeniable appeal for me I have to say that it was really the premise that captured my attention The whole notion of a mother who hides her children away in an attic was fascinating to me I've always loved stories about people who are forced to survive in abnormal surroundings whether it's Anne Frank or Patty Hearst or Pocahontas The sick twisted conditions that the Dollanganger kids endured made for great reading especially as a preteen undergoing her own hellish circumstances Contrary to what a lot of other readers have said here it isn't just the sex that accounts for this book's popularitythe plot is also a strong point in its favorAlthough it's been many years since I've read this story its characters remain vivid This is definitely a sign that the author did something right I particularly enjoyed the two villians the glamorous narcissitic mother and the pious sadistic grandmother Looking back I still hate those bitches They were sort of like Godzilla vs Mothera Speaking of good storiesIt may seem like a small point but I remember enjoying the ballet angle of this book I loved how Cathy used to practice her ballet moves in the attic with the elaborate costumes her mother bought her I also remember how the bodice on one of them was too tight because dear old mom hadn't recognized that her daughter had developed breasts This scene may seem salacious to some but I actually appreciated it on a whole different level As a young girl venturing into adulthood I could really identify with Cathy's desire to be acknowledged as a young woman only to be treated like a little kidBelieve me I'm not saying this is a great work of geniusthe writing is so bad it's goodeven at 12 I laughed at expressions like Great golly lolly Still Flowers in the Attic is the literary euivalent of a Krispy Kreme doughnut It's delicious on the way down but its lingering effects are vaguely sickening Still that won't stop you from having anotherand anotheruntil the whole box is gone and you're left bloated and groaning on a smelly old mattress only to be raped by your brother Sorry I got my metaphors mixed there for a second Anyway taken in the right spirit Flowers in the Attic is a decent read especially when you're being force fed rubbish like My Brother Sam is Dead and Where the Red Fern Grows Get thee behind me sixth grade

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Flowers in the Attic õ Ance by an angry superstitious grandmother who knows that the Devil works in dark and devious ways Sometimes he sends children to do his work children who one by one must be destroyed'Way upstairs there are four secrets hidden Blond beautiful innocent struggling to stay ali No wonder this was so controversial Time has not diminished in shock factor I'll tell you that It's risue even than The Thorn Birds uintessential page turnerCannot wait to continue reading about these freaks that are the Dollangangers BOOK Ü Flowers in the Attic Ì V.C. Andrews

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V.C. Andrews Ì Flowers in the Attic DOC Ng fatherSo she and her mother hid her darlings away in an unused atticJust for a little whileBut the brutal days swelled into agonizing years Now Cathy Chris and the twins wait in their cramped and helpless world stirred by adult dreams adult desires served a meager susten 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 so great that you couldn't stop if you're grandma walked in on you mid act so really theres no need to run out there and try it too soon and always always always use a condom and sex with a sibling may be a titilating topic as evidenced in Middlesex but in real life that's just f#^ed up