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Petals on the wind [text (large print)] / Virginia Andrews.

By: Andrews, V. C. (Virginia C.).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Andrews, V. C. Dollanganger family series: 2.Publisher: Leicester : Charnwood/F.A. Thorpe Publishing, 2016Copyright date: ©2011Edition: Large print edition.Description: 589 pages (large print) ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781444827026 (hbk); 1444827022.Subject(s): Dollanganger family -- Fiction | Mothers and daughters -- Fiction | Dysfunctional families -- FictionGenre/Form: Domestic fiction. | Large type books.Summary: The Dollanganger children are trying to rebuild their lives after suffocating for so long in the terrifying darkness of the attic. The siblings must put aside their past and learn to love and dream again, in order to find their rightful place in the world. Still, dreams of happiness and success are easily crowded out by thoughts of vengeance. Cathy is determined to make those responsible for destroying their childhood pay, from the grandmother who tormented them to the mother who abandoned them. She now has the powers she learned from her beautiful mother, and it is time to put what she knows to the test - to show her mother and grandmother, once and for all, that the pain and terror of the attic cannot be forgotten...
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First published in the UK: London : HarperVoyager, 2011.

The Dollanganger children are trying to rebuild their lives after suffocating for so long in the terrifying darkness of the attic. The siblings must put aside their past and learn to love and dream again, in order to find their rightful place in the world. Still, dreams of happiness and success are easily crowded out by thoughts of vengeance. Cathy is determined to make those responsible for destroying their childhood pay, from the grandmother who tormented them to the mother who abandoned them. She now has the powers she learned from her beautiful mother, and it is time to put what she knows to the test - to show her mother and grandmother, once and for all, that the pain and terror of the attic cannot be forgotten...

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