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Flowers in the attic [text (large print)] / Virginia Andrews.

By: Andrews, V. C. (Virginia C.).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Andrews, V. C. Dollanganger family series: 1.Publisher: Leicester : Charnwood, 2016Edition: Large print edition.Description: 508 pages (large print) ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781444826661 (hbk); 1444826662.Subject(s): Abused children -- Fiction | Child abuse -- Fiction | Social isolation -- Fiction | Inheritance and succession -- FictionGenre/Form: Horror fiction. | Domestic fiction. | Large type books.Summary: It isn't that she doesn't love her children. She does. But there is a fortune at stake - a fortune that will assure their later happiness if she can keep the children a secret from her dying father. So she and her mother hide her darlings away in an unused attic. Just for a little while... Chris, Cathy, Cory and Carrie had perfect lives - until a tragic accident changed everything. Now they must wait, hidden from view, as their mother tries to figure out what to do next. But as days turn into weeks and weeks into months, the siblings endure unspeakable horrors and face the terrifying realization that they might not be let out of the attic after all...
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It isn't that she doesn't love her children. She does. But there is a fortune at stake - a fortune that will assure their later happiness if she can keep the children a secret from her dying father. So she and her mother hide her darlings away in an unused attic. Just for a little while... Chris, Cathy, Cory and Carrie had perfect lives - until a tragic accident changed everything. Now they must wait, hidden from view, as their mother tries to figure out what to do next. But as days turn into weeks and weeks into months, the siblings endure unspeakable horrors and face the terrifying realization that they might not be let out of the attic after all...

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