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Seeds of Yesterday (Paperback)

Author:  V. C. Andrews Editor:  Linda Marrow
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0671729489
ISBN-13: 9780671729486
Sku: 30110271
Publish Date: 11/1/1995
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 6.75H x 4.25L x 1T
Pages:  416
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Despite the painful memories of the original Foxworth Hall, Cathy and Chris move into the reconstructed Foxworth Hall, which has been left to her second son, Bart *Author: Andrews, V. C. *Series Title: Dollanganger Series *Publication Date: 1995/11/01 *Binding Type: Paperback *Language: English *Depth: 1.00 *Width: 4.25 *Height: 6.75
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The final, haunting novel, in the extraordinary story that has enthralled millions! The horror began with "Flowers in the Attic", the terrifying tale of four innocent children locked away from the world by a cruel mother. The shocking fury continued with "Petals on the Wind" and "If There be Thorns". Now V.C. Andrews has created the last dark chapter in the strange, chilling tale of passion and peril.Despite the painful memories of the original Foxworth Hall, Cathy and Chris move into the reconstructed Foxworth Hall, which has been left to her second son, BartThe final, haunting novel, in the extraordinary story that has enthralled millions!

The horror began with Flowers in the Attic, the terrifying tale of four innocent children locked away from the world by a cruel mother.

The shocking fury continued with Petals on the Wind and If There be Thorns. Now V.C. Andrews has created the last dark chapter in the strange, chilling tale of passion and peril.

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In this fourth volume in the Dollanger series, Cathy and Chris are unable to escape the horrors of Foxworth Hall, the family mansion where they were imprisoned as children. Now the evil that was spawned in those dark years encroaches, threatening to envelop the family in its sinister power.
Author Bio
V. C. Andrews
Cleo Virginia Andrews began writing later in life than most authors. In 1972, when she was 49, she wrote her first novel. It was not published. Between then and 1979, she wrote nine more, all complete novels and all of which were rejected by publishers, along with a handful of short stories. In 1979, however, everything changed, including her name. When her novel FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC was published to great commercial success--though it, and her subsequent work, was critically thrashed--Andrews was reportedly as surprised as anyone to find that her name was now V. C. Andrews. Apparently her publisher had decided, without consulting her, that the gender neutrality of her initials (though reversed) would deflect what they perceived would be a negative response to a female "horror" writer. With the enormous success of the book, the initials stuck. From then on, writing mostly in the evenings, Andrews wrote six more bestsellers, outselling all other horror writers, including Stephen King. When she died in 1986, she left behind several partially completed manuscripts and a notebook full of ideas for subsequent novels. Her estate hired another writer, Andrew Neiderman, to complete the unfinished books and write ones based on the notes. All of these books, starting with GARDEN OF SHADOWS, were bestsellers, and as a result, Neiderman has continued to create new novels, thus keeping the name V. C. Andrews alive.
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