Andrews, V C - Dollanganger 01 - Flowers In The Attic - PDF Free DownloadI have strange friends. Not that the Dollanganger kids mind, exactly. The older siblings are entirely onboard for this. 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.
Andrews, V C - Dollanganger 01 - Flowers In The Attic
Flowers in the Attic is a Gothic novel by V. The novel is written in the first-person, from the point of view of Cathy Dollanganger. It was twice adapted into films in and The book was extremely popular, selling over forty million copies world-wide. In , the Dollanganger family lives an idyllic life in Gladstone, Pennsylvania until Mr. Dollanganger dies in a car accident, leaving his wife Corrine deep in debt with four children and no professional skills.
As of July 8, , The Complete V. Andrews website will no longer be updated. After 23 years, I've decided it's time to move on. To all my visitors and contributors, thank you so much for your support over the years. I will leave the site up for now, to serve as a "time capsule" for your reference. Take care, and happy reading! The Dollanganger Series: 1.