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Every year thereafter until her death, Andrews published a new novel, each publication earning Andrews larger advances and a growing popular readership.
And I don't drift away from it a great deal into descriptive material", she stated in Faces of Fear in So I'm not going to let anybody put one of my books down and not finish it. My stuff is a very fast read. Andrews died of breast cancer on December 19, , in Virginia Beach, Virginia. He would complete the next two novels, Garden of Shadows and Fallen Hearts , and they were published soon after.
These two novels are considered the last to bear the "V. Andrews" name and to be almost completely written by Andrews herself. Andrews's first series of novels was published between  and The first two, Flowers in the Attic and Petals on the Wind, focus on the children: Chris, Cathy, Cory, and Carrie, who, after losing their father in an accident, are imprisoned in an attic by their mother and grandmother; Flowers in the Attic tells of their incarceration, the death of one child, and subsequent escape of the other three  , with Petals on the Wind picking up directly after.
With If There Be Thorns and Seeds of Yesterday , the story also includes Cathy's children, Jory and Bart, after a mysterious woman and her butler move in next door, gradually turning Bart against his parents. Garden of Shadows is a prequel which tells the grandparents' story, and also how the parents became involved. The five novels making up the last known series started by Andrews were published between and , with the only first two published before her death. Published between and , this book series covers nearly 80 years of the history of the Cutler family. The first three books; Dawn , Secrets of the Morning , and Twilight's Child , follow the character of Dawn from her childhood to her marriage and subsequent return to the Cutler mansion.
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Midnight Whispers focuses on Dawn's daughter Christie. Darkest Hour , the last book in the series, goes back in time to focus on Dawn's step-grandmother, Lillian. The novels, set in the Louisiana bayou , were published between and The series follows Melody Logan from a West Virginia trailer park to Cape Cod as she helps her relatives deal with the problems they'd rather bury. The fourth book, Music in the Night , tells the tale of Melody's cousin, Laura, who died before the events of the first book.
The fifth book, Olivia , serves as a prequel to the series, with the main character being Melody's great-aunt Olivia. The Orphans series focuses on the lives of four teenage orphans, Janet Butterfly , Crystal, Brooke, and Raven, who are sent to the Lakewood House foster home.
The Wildflowers series is about a group of girls in court-ordered group therapy and why they were ordered to attend. The first four serve as prequels to the therapy sessions while the last one deals with what happened after. The sixth book is the collection of the first four stories in the series. The Hudson series tells the story of Rain Arnold Hudson, a child conceived in a biracial affair between a black man and a wealthy white woman.
The fourth book, The End of the Rainbow , is the story of her daughter Summer. The series had ended with only four books until a prequel, titled Gathering Clouds , was announced. The book was released alongside the movie adaptation of Rain and revealed the story of Rain's birth mother. The Shooting Stars series tells the stories of four girls, each with a different background, upbringing, and talent.
The first four books each focus on one of the girls, Cinnamon , an actress who deals with her domineering grandmother, Ice , a vocalist whose mother wishes she never had a daughter, Rose , a dancer who deals with the ramifications of her father's suicide, and Honey , a violinist whose grandfather sees sin in everything.
The final book is Falling Stars , told from Honey's point of view, in which the four girls meet at the Senetsky School for the Arts in New York where they try to uncover the secrets of their instructor, Madame Senetsky.
The DeBeers family series is the story of Willow DeBeers, who learns from her father's diary that her real mother had been a patient of her father's. The first two books, Willow and Wicked Forest cover her meeting with her mother and half-brother in Palm Beach, Florida, her marriage which ends on a sour note, and the birth of her daughter Hannah, who is the main character in Twisted Roots.
Into the Woods is the first prequel to the series about Grace, Willow's mother, and what led to her being admitted to the hospital. Hidden Leaves and Dark Seed are both told from the perspective of Willow's father, Claude, and tell how he met Grace and how Willow was born. Some novels in the DeBeers series feature letters from characters from other V. Andrews novels, such as Ruby Landry and Annie Stonewall. They are sent to Dr. Foreman's School for Girls, run by the abusive Dr. Foreman, in an isolated part of the Southwest.
The Gemini series follows Celeste, a young girl who is forced to take on the identity of her dead twin brother Noble by her New-Age fanatic mother. Celeste's story is followed in Celeste and Black Cat.