Seeds of Yesterday

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 oThe 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 that has captivated millions of readers around the world.Cathy and Chris, entwined with the evil that haunts their children, living with the fearful spectre of Foxworth Hall, are awaiting the final, shuddering climax prisoners of a past they cannot escape.
Seeds of Yesterday 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 b

  • Title: Seeds of Yesterday
  • Author: V.C. Andrews
  • ISBN: 9780671729486
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Book Review3 out of 5 stars for Seeds of Yesterday, the 4th book in the "Dollanganger" thriller and young adult series, written in 1984 by V.C. Andrews. When I first read this series, I absolutely loved the characters and plot. It was mesmerizing and felt just dark enough to pass the reality line, but not too far where I thought it was completely unbelievable. Somewhere around books 3 and 4, it fell down for me. It wasn't horrible, but it wasn't as good as the originals. I still enjoy hearing Ca [...]

    2. This is all that you need to know about this book:Uncle Joel: "Evil! Evil! Evil! Sin! Sin! Sin!"Bart: "Mother, if you stop sleeping with your brother, I'll be nice and good forever and ever. Until then, I WILL DESTROY YOU ALL!”Cathy: Is too busy eavesdropping on the rest of her family to have much to say.Melodie: "How can I possibly be expected to love someone who is only half a man? Oh, heeeeyyyy Bart."Jory: "I sure wish Melodie would come to see me. What does she do with her time anyway?"Chr [...]

    3. "I am caught between Heaven and Hell in a kind of purgatory where ghosts of the past roam the hallways at night."Foxworth Hall has been built again.I just finished a long-overdue re-read of the finale of the five-book Dollanganger saga. Yes, I'd forgotten most of it, with the exception of the oh-so-sad ending and the return to a manor that once terrified everyone in the series.While Flowers in the Attic started the journey that destroyed four innocent young lives, the series continued to follow [...]

    4. "If I blink my eyes just once, I'm twelve years old again, and you're fourteen. I can see you as you were thenbut I can't see me. Chris, why can't I see me?" ~ Cathy His crooked smile was bittersweet. "Because I've stolen all the memories of what you were and stored them in my heart." ~ Chris A bittersweet ending to an incredible series! I loved this story and all the players in it. What an imaginative and creative collection of books. Although I have yet to read the "prequel" I am pleased with [...]

    5. (Full review here: wp/p1Zgyz-7D )Wow.  Almost done with the Dollangangers, thank goodness.  Only two books left to cover in this series, and this one is probably going to be the most difficult to write about.  Why difficult?  Because it sucked.  Seriously.  This book was terrible.  Combine all of the horribly tragic events of the first two books into one, add Chris and Cathy as an old married couple and you have this dreck.(view spoiler)[Seeds of Yesterday starts up 15 years after If Ther [...]

    6. Todo mereció la pena por ese epílogo.“Hay un jardin en el cielo, que esta esperando. Es un jardin que Chris y yo imaginamos hace muchos años, mientras yaciamos en una losa dura y negra del tejado y contemplabamos el Sol y las estrellas”

    7. 5+++++ Stars! This series is seriously addictive. It's been 4 days non-stop I've been reading books in the series back to back(Yes.I've been sleep deprived!) and well I am glad I stumbled into this book for never had I read any book as wonderful as this one. They are really well written and it's such a grotesque yet captivating story. Seeds of Yesterday was really an engaging novel and one of the most heart breaking book I've come across. It really pulls on your heart strings & tugs on every [...]

    8. Don't touch me! That epilogue! That freaking epilogue! "The Dollanganger Saga is over. You'll find the last manuscript in my private vault. Do with it what you will". My poor feels. "I did manage to convince one person, at last that he did have the right father. And it wasn't too late, Bart. It's never too late." My poor children. My poor heart.

    9. "Seeds of Yesterday" is the final saga of Cathy and Chris from the "Flowers in the Attic" series and the characters have come full circle in this novel. It is now many years after the end of "If There Be Thorns". Cathy is fifty-two and Chris is fifty-four. Jory has grown up to marry his childhood sweetheart, Melodie, and both have become successful dancers. Bart has just graduated from Harvard Law School and although, as Cathy points out, his psychiatrists have declared him "cured", it quickly b [...]

    10. I'm so glad I'm done. The first book was amazing, the second was great, the third was alright, but infuriating at time and by the 4th I had stopped caring. I know the entire saga is meant to be based on a true story, but that has to be one truth stretched to it's limits. I wanted to put this book down so many times, but was determined to see it through. Every character, with the exception of Jory bugged me. Bart was just hateful, I know he had "problems" but why did he have to take them out on e [...]

    11. “Cuando me hallé en aquel cuarto frío, tenebroso, sin muebles ni alfombras con sólo una casa de muñecas que no era tan hermosa como la que yo recordaba, abrí la alargada y angosta puerta y comencé mi ascensión por los peldaños altos y estrechos. Camino del ático, hacia el lugar donde había encontrado a mi Christopher, para reunirme con él otra vez”No estoy triste ni nada, SOLO ESTOY DESTRUIDA. Vengamos todos a hacer una filita y depositar nuestras lágrimas sagradas en [...]

    12. Fue imposible no llorar al finalizarlo. Fue imposible no repetir con Cathy 'No mi Chris, no mi Christopher Doll' o llorar con su ultima carta. Una gran historia con un final totalmente inesperado. Cuando se lee la historia de los Dollanganger se puede ver una especie de estructura cíclica, características de la familia que se repiten de generación en generación.

    13. Well now. That was bizarre. :PAfter the awesome shenanigans of books 1-2, the third book made me twitch with hatred & this oneh. A flat tire & tepid ending to Cathy & Chris' story. The main problem is how everyone stands around justifying (or rather, screaming justifications for) why they treat each other like shit. There's very little fire & guts to the soap plotting, & what precious dollops there are come courtesy of Cindy (that awesome little tramp :D) as she clashes with [...]

    14. Chris and Cathy come from a long line of poor decision makers, and they continue that tradition when they return to the new Foxworth Hall to celebrate Bart's graduation from Harvard and his twenty-fifth birthday. What they think is a one night stay before moving to Hawaii turns into a three year long run in hell. Cathy and Chris are still the same bores they always were.Jory (ugh, that name) is still mister perfect.Bart is still an oozing walking herp sore that's consistently on its period.Cindy [...]

    15. Again, I say my copies are worn and dog eared from the multiple readings. These books fully engrossed my imagination - twice. I may have to read them agian now that I am reviewing them for this site.This book is picks up with the third generation of dysfunction. Cathy's two sons and their rivalry. They return to Foxworth Hall (or at least the rebuilt version)which has been left to Bart (Cathy's son by her mother's second husband - gotta love it). However, it seems that Bart's desire to have what [...]

    16. Most of the novel was scandalous with the incest and slut-shaming, Cathy being holier-than-thou, creepers being creepy, and Bart being a narcissist sociopath.With all that, the ending was under-whelming. I was like wat?Honestly, Bart, would make a terrible oh, who am I kidding, he would make a wonderful televangelist.

    17. Seeds of Yesterday is the 4th book in this series, and to be honest, the Dollanganger series sort of lost its shock value after the first one. The disturbing theme of incest and child abuse that made the first in the series gain so much attention from horrified and interested readers, lost its edge a long time ago and has just become weird and disgusting by the 4th book. It's repetitive, it's typical and the characters are so unfairly put upon throughout that it just isn't realistic.

    18. LO AMÉ LO AMÉ LO AMÉAMÉ COMO ESTA NARRADOAMÉ A LOS PERSONAJESAMÉ A JORY Y A BARTAMÉ LA HISTORIAAMÉ A CHRISAMÉ ESTA SAGA

    19. 'Hay un jardín en el cielo, que está esperando. Es un jardín que Chris y yo imaginamos hace muchos años, mientras yacíamos en una losa dura y negra del tejado y contemplábamos las estrellas.'

    20. V.C. ANDREWS “PRAEITIES SĖKLOS”“Praeities sėklos” – paskutinioji knyga apie Dolangendžerių šeimą . Tiksliau – paskutinė knygą apie Krisą, Keti ir mums iš “Palėpės gėlių” pažįstamų veikėjų gyvenimus. Ši dalis atsako į visus paskutinius klausimus, papasakoja kaip kiekvienam veikėjui susiklostė ir baigėsi gyvenimas. Pasibaigia ilgai trukusi ir nuodėmių bei skausmo pilna šeimos istorija. Tačiau „Praeities sėklos“ nėra paskutinė visos sagos knyga. Da [...]

    21. Bu kitabın sonunu okuduktan sonra kitabı camdan fırlatmayı cidden düşündüm. Böyle salak bi son olabilir mi ya diye anneme çıkıştığımı hatırlıyorum, zavallı kadın ne diyor bu çocuk demiştir heralde. Bu V.C. Andrews'in eeeeen kötü yumruğu olabilir çünkü önceki yorumlarımda bahsettiğim gibi kendisi psikopat. Hiçbir yazarın acıdan bu denli zevk alıp yazdığı her kitapta - okumadım ama biliyorum - inatla böyle şeyler anlatması bana mantıklı gelmiyor. Tekerl [...]

    22. Ahh, the last book in the Dollanganger family series. Such a dark and scandalous family full of secrets, incest, murder, and characters struggling to move forward. Emotional and intense - V.C. Andrews definitely stumbled onto a literary gold mine.

    23. ESTOY DESTROZADA!! No había llorado tanto desde hacia algun tiempo. No puedo creer como todo a terminado así, de una manera tan rápida y devastadora, me a dejado el corazon destrozadoDespués de cuatro libros, esta familia se ha hecho un hueco en mi corazón, más que nada he amado a los cuatro niños del ático y sus vidas desastrosas. Y nunca, nunca me olvidaré de el hermano mayor TE AMO CHRIS !

    24. .__________________________________________________________________.¿Por dónde empiezo, a ver?Este libro me hizo sacar muchas canas que no sabía que existían hasta hoy. De verdad. Es un libro sencillamente contradictorio y aunque resulta refrescante que retorne al punto de vista de Catherine (cuánto bien le hizo creer y madurar, en serio, al menos no quise matarla tanto como me sucedió en Pétalos al Viento), es tan agh. La historia es prácticamente un reciclaje de cuanto ocurrió en el s [...]

    25. This by far is the craziest of all the books. You simply have to read it for yourself.It seems, well to me, that history repeats itself in this bookuse Cathy and Chris are a lot like their own parents and Jory and Bart and Cindy are almost like them when they were younger. Jory and his first wifeminded me so much of Cathy and Juliant that Jory was anything like his father. fact he was not even close my opinion he seemed like the most normal out of the bunch. But when Jory gets sickCathy sort of [...]

    26. 4.7 Y aquí termina la saga de los muñequitos de Dresde. Sí, lo sé. hay un quinto libro, pero la historia de Chris y Cathy termina como tal con este libro.Un final magnifico, desgarrador como no podía dejar de ser. El autor o autora, no lo recuerdo bien, que termino el trabajo de V. C. Andrews, no lo pudo hacer de mejor manera. Una historia, que si bien no supera supera su primer libro, sí le hace justicia. En esta obra pude entender mucho más a Cathy, hasta el final me encanto. Chris, un [...]

    27. I DID NOT LIKE THE CONSTAUNT FUED BETWEEN BART AND JORY. BARTS JELOUSY OF HIS BROTHER SHOULD NEVER HAVE GONE TO THE LENGTHS IT DID. IT WAS ONLY MORE COMPOUNDED WHEN "UNCLE JOEL" RESURFACE AND TRIED TO INSINUTE HIMSELF INTO THE FAMILY. I DON'T LIKE HOW THE CINDY CHARACTER WAS SO ANXIOUS TO HAVE SEX EVERY FEW MINUTE. WHAT REALLY PISSED ME OFF IS HOW QUICKLY MELODY WANTED TO LEAVE THE MINUTE JORY WAS PARALIZED. AND HOW SHE KEPT QUIET ABOUT HER GOING INTO LABOR, IT SEEMED AS IF SHE WANTED TO NOT HAV [...]

    28. Obviously none of this is realistic, so I absolutely love when things start getting scandalous and exciting. If There Be Thorns was hopelessly disappointing and I'm glad that Seeds of Yesterday seems a bit more like V.C. Andrews. it's not like there are any new sorts of characters, really. Most of them are blonde--no, freaking ALL of the females are blonde, and there's always the obsessively romantic, naiive girl, later called a slut for finding some romance (Cathy, and later Cindy), and the hel [...]

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