I love this book and the story and I appreciate that it is on Audible, however the narrators voice whas somewhat annoying when she read the parts of the twins.
If you want an unbiased opinion, you will have to look some where else.
I adore Flowers in the Attic ever since I was 14. I recommend a fan of the book to listen to the audio if they want to revisit story, but don't have time to read the book.
I first read the VC Andrews series when I was about 14, and was immediately addicted. Today, some 30 years later, I enjoyed the story as much as I did the first time.
Enthralling Tragic Heartwrenching
I would compare Flowers In The Attic to A Child Called It. Both books are about children being neglected and abused and how they survived and over came.
I could have definitely listened to this book all day. I didn't want to put it down.
Read the book.
Nothing compares to this horrific story! Not even the sequels.
Alyssa Bresnahan's attempt to speak like a child really destroys the flow of the story.
The flowers are actually children
The writing is a little annoying at times but that's what makes this book this book.
Narration was great!
I have not read another book like this one.
When they found out the truth about the grandfather and why the mother was continuing to hide them.