I certainly had this reaction when I heard Lifetime was making the novel into a movie, airing January I've read this book and its sequels more times than I can count, starting when I was As a tween, I whetted my appetite on some tantalizingly naughty Judy Blume and quickly graduated to V. Andrews' fucked up world of child abuse, greed, and incest. I was a voracious reader whose mom was proud that I read so much—she never censored me, though I'm not sure she nor any of my Catholic school teachers would have approved, had they known what I was actually reading. Parental oversight was definitely more lax in the 80s than it is now.
Sign in. Watch now. A decade after Cathy, Christopher, and Carrie escaped from their grandparents' attic at Foxworth Hall, Petals on the Wind continues to follow the twisted plight of the family as they Living together with their loving and happy new family, Christopher and Cathy's past come to haunt them. Their mother Corrine moves in next door.
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