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Class of 1987: “Eat the Cookie!” – A Look Back at the Ultimate Family Betrayal of Flowers In The Attic

17 July 2017 12:50 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Forced to live together in a confined space and depending on each other for survival, the Dollanganger siblings from 1987’s Flowers in the Attic have always reminded me of the kids from The Boxcar Children book series I grew up reading, although instead of solving mysteries on fun adventures, they were busy dealing with a scissors-wielding grandma, a murderous mother, and some intense incestual feelings—not exactly the type of material you’d find next to Gertrude Chandler Warner’s books in the library.

Published in 1979 and featuring evil parental figures, inter-family violence, and sibling incest, V.C. AndrewsFlowers in the Attic was a sought-after page-turner for readers drawn to its controversial elements, and its viability in the bookstores paved its way to the cinemas in the mid-’80s. A story about four siblings—two brothers and two sisters—locked away in a gothic mansion’s upstairs room (and the »

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