Flowers in the Attic and Petals in the Wind

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Re: Flowers in the Attic and Petals in the Wind

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VC Andrews was the first author that got me into reading ...It started with FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC was mind blowing at every page ...If There Be Thorns,Petals In The Wind,Seeds Of Yesterday,Sweet Audrina,Heaven etc...wonderfully entertaing...

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jacksparly wrote:
03 Feb 2014, 07:13
Flowers seem to be very beautiful and fills colour in life when seen regularly...Flowers in the Attic is a nice book nice and interesting...
I do not believe that you have ever read these books or seen the movies. I attempted to read the book Flowers In The Attic and found that it was quite scary and that the morals that I had been taught were not taught to these children. I also found the movie to be very disturbing, even though I watched it as an adult.

These books deal with child abuse in a form that no parent with any caring at all can imagine. I would not describe this as nice and find that the title was completely a play on words.

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Post by TopaAzul062 »

Can't remember where I was or when I asked, but I was on a forum and asked for some reading recommendations for the summer. Someone suggest the Flowers in the Attic series. Fortunately, at the time, I understood how web search worked and did a quick search on the synopsis.

To say the least, I was turned off.

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