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Flowers in the Attic Summary
Virginia C. Andrews

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Flowers in the Attic Summary

Plot Summary

Flowers in the Attic is the first novel in the Dollanganger series by V.C. Andrews. In this novel, four siblings are locked in a secluded second story room in the childhood home of their mother after the death of their father. The children are told they will only have to remain here until their grandfather has died and left his entire estate to their mother. However, as the years pass and the children have been locked away for more than three years, they begin to doubt their mother's devotion to their safety and begin searching for a way to escape. Flowers in the Attic is a dark, Gothic tale of greed and incest that will keep readers spellbound until the final paragraph.

The Dollanganger family lives in Pennsylvania where their father often travels on business for the public relations firm for which he works. When their father...

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