Flowers in the Attic, a novel, chronicles the lives of the four Dollanganger children who are forced to live hidden in their grandparentsí attic so that their mother can inherit her fatherís fortune. The children are given little food, attention, or freedom, and live in the attic for years as their mother continually neglects them. The older children, Cathy and Chris, must care for their younger siblings Carrie and Cory, and find themselves becoming deeply attracted to each other as they go through puberty.

Summary of Flowers in the Attic by V.C. Andrews

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