Flowers in the Attic

By: Kelsey Peel

Flowers in the Attic Details:

Written By: V.C. Andrews

Published By: Simon & Schuster

ISBN: 0671825313

Genre: Realistic Fiction

Age: 14+

Awards: 2011 Micheal L. Printz

Review

Flowers in the Attic has 6 main characters, Chris 14, Cathy 12, Carrie 4, Cory 4, the grandmother, and the mother Corrine. Cathy is a daddy's girl who loves being loved. Chris is the oldest, wisest, and wittiest child, unlike Cathy, where Carrie and Cory are twins who would just love attention. One day their dad got in a terrible car accident and passed away. All of the family is devastated, and broke.


Flowers in the Attic teaches you to never give up hope. This book will make you angry, confused, happy, and sorry for them. Many people disagree with how cruel this book was, but that's why people love it. That's what makes a good book, an even better book.


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