Review À Flowers in the Attic Î PDF DOC TXT eBook or Kindle ePUB free

Free download Flowers in the Attic

Review À Flowers in the Attic Î PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò Such wonderful children Such a beautiful mother Such a lovely house Such endless terrorIt wasn't that she didn't love her children She did But there was a fortune at stake—a fortune that would assure their later happiness iAnce by an angry superstitious grandmother who knows that the Devil works in dark and devious ways Sometimes he sends children to do his work children who one by one must be destroyed'Way upstairs there are four secrets hidden Blond beautiful innocent struggling to stay ali. What I call a Jerry type of book Jerry Springer in the US Jeremy Kyle in the UK Sleazy incest stories where privacy has been exchanged for fame The book has much of an icky cringe factor than Jerry or Jeremy where the salacious details are part of the entertainment of fifteen minutes of the tackiest loudest and most violent people on tv I went through a Flowers in the Attic phase years ago lots of people did a guilty guilty pleasure I've gone through a Jeremy Springer one too mornings in the gym I'm just embarking on the Jeremy Kyle one He takes things seriously whereas Springer who is as disreputable as his guests is tongue in cheek Also sadly whilst the participants are eually vulgar British ones tend to be less loud and violent The producers need to learn to provoke them Read back in the 20th century Reviewed 2016 edited 2019 to bring out the sleaze factor

V.C. Andrews ☆ 2 Characters

Ng fatherSo she and her mother hid her darlings away in an unused atticJust for a little whileBut the brutal days swelled into agonizing years Now Cathy Chris and the twins wait in their cramped and helpless world stirred by adult dreams adult desires served a meager susten. Reread on Audio I loved the narration Have loved this book since I was a little kid Mel 🖤🐶🐺🐾

Review ê PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ V.C. Andrews

Flowers in the AtticSuch wonderful children Such a beautiful mother Such a lovely house Such endless terrorIt wasn't that she didn't love her children She did But there was a fortune at stake a fortune that would assure their later happiness if she could keep the children a secret from her dyi. I met a friend for drinks last night She came up and took one glance at the back cover to this book and her eyes widened No she breathed Seriously Of course she recognized it from the back She read it around seventh grade I read it around seventh grade You read it around seventh grade An entire generation has this lurking in our collective adolescenceSo that's why I re read it Okay that and I thought it was hilarious just to hold it up on the subway I wanted to know just how creepy it is To be honest I couldn't really remember nor could most other people I talked to There's a vague sense of ickiness and illicitness but that's about itHere's your answer it is very very creepy Friends there's like a whole page where VC Andrews describes a five year old's underwear in loving lavish detail Andrews is willing to eroticize anything Here's a whippingMy eyes bulged at the site of those pitiful welts on the creamy tender flesh that our father had handled with so much love and gentleness I floundered in a maelstrom of uncertainty 91Floundered In a maelstrom Of uncertaintyNot that that's what we're here to discuss though is it We're here to discuss brotherfucking I'm not gonna do a spoiler alert dude If you didn't know Flowers in the Attic is about brotherfucking you wouldn't be reading this So let's get to itAnd that is where he took me and forced in that swollen rigid male sex part of him that had to be satisfied It drove into my tight and resisting flesh which tore and bledLong strings of clouds blew across the face of the full moon so it would duck and hide then peek out again And on the roof on a night that was made for lovers we cried in each other's arms'Don't hate me Cathy please don't hate me I didn't mean to rape you I swear to God There's been many a time when I've been tempted and I was able to turn it off''I don't hate you Chrisit was my fault too' Oh yes my fault tooI shouldn't have worn skimpy little see through garments around a brother who had all a man's strong physical needsAnd all we could see in the murky gray and cold damp clouds was that single great eye of God shining up there in the moon357 359Ladies and gentlemen this was your puberty How our generation functions at all with this in our pasts is beyond meBut we do somehow and some of you now have kids of your own And you're worried about them being exposed to too much sex and creepiness on the internet Listen parents your kids are lucky They won't have to slink through library stacks looking for smut like this; they can just go check out bukkake videos on Youporn There is nothing on the internet nothing worse than this fuckin' bookAnd they'll be spared the godawful writing tooI'm not gonna give this book stars Flowers in the Attic transcends stars I hope you're happy Jayme Just because I feel like someone ought to make this list here are the books Cathy reads Something about King Arthur unclear which specific book Jude the Obscure Wuthering Heights Lorna Doone A Romance of Exmoor Little Men Jane Eyre UPDATE I've just been alerted to the existence of VC Andrews' original pitch letter Awesome UPDATE 2 It's been pointed out by no less august a publication than the New Yorker that Flowers in the Attic is not so much about brotherfucking as it is about the dangers of reading to induce brotherfucking So basically it's Don uixote With brotherfucking Thanks alert reader El