Book Reviews of No Greater Love

No Greater Love
No Greater Love
Author: Danielle Steel
ISBN-13: 9780440213284
ISBN-10: 0440213282
Publication Date: 9/1992
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 127 ratings
Publisher: Dell
Book Type: Paperback
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The book is much more interesting than the LifeTime Movie. I really enjoyed reading this one and I am not really a Danielle Steel fan.
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Decent book - felt that the characterization needed a little work.
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I love this book... one of my Steel favorites!
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I absolutely loved this book, I had a hard time putting it down. You can't help but feel for the character. I totally recomend this book.
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I enjoyed this book more than Titanic!
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Danielle Steel + The Titanic = Addictive, but nothing special!
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The story can take you back to a time in histry , the Iitanic but has a story filled with emotions to explore and fans won't be disappinted.
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Steel ( Heartbeat ) shamelessly plucks her readers' heartstrings in this predictably sentimental novel. In 1912, during a harrowing Atlantic crossing, 20-year-old Edwina Winfield loses her parents and fiance in the sinking of the R.M.S. Titanic . She bravely shoulders full responsibility for her younger siblings--sensible Philip, wiseacre George, angelic Alexis and toddlers Fannie and Teddy--and resigns herself to spinsterhood, certain she will never wish to marry. Financially if not emotionally secure in San Francisco, she ponders the fate of their father's newspaper business, capably mothers her brood and politely declines the amorous advances of a family friend. Additional tragedy awaits in the form of WW I and, again, tears are shed, but the indomitable Winfields prevail, eventually gaining access to glamourous 1920s Hollywood. As George develops a career in the movie industry and stunning blonde Alexis dreams of stardom, readers will begin to suspect that long-suffering, virtuous Edwina might have another chance at happiness (read: true love). Steel can never be accused of subtlety, but fans of her brand of romance won't be disappointed.
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A more historical and well written book.
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Hardcover, no dust jacket. A decent book.
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Classic Danielle Steel
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This is the best Danielle Steel book I've ever read! About a Family on the Titantic.
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this book is in excellent condition
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Danielle steel writes very good books.this book is about the titanic, love and romance.
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One of her finest books.
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It was the maiden voyage of the Titanic. Edwina Winfield was returning from her engagement trip to England with her fiance' and her family. She instantly become a woman mourning the death of her parents and the man she loved. She returns to San Francisco with her younger siblings and takes on the responsibility of the family newspaper.
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It's Danielle Steele!
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It was the maiden voyage of the Titanic, the greatest ship ever built, and in one fatal, unforgettable night, the sea shattered the lives and future of an extraordinary family, the Winfields.
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It was the maiden voyage of the Titanic, the greatest ship ever built, and in one fatal, unforgettable night, the sea shattered the lives and furture of an extraordinary family, the Winfields.

Edwina Winfield, returning from her engagment trip to England with her fiance and her family, instantly becomes a woman mourning the death of her parents and the man she loved. She returns to San Francisco with her five younger siblings and takes on responsibilites at the family newspaper and at home that are overwhelming and unexpected. Edwina is intent on keeping the family together and Phillip, the oldest boy, tries to help before going on to Harvard and the Great War. But madcap George, the source of laughter in the family is drawn to Hollywood, and his sister Alexis eventually follows him, courting both excitement and disaster in the film world. The two youngest, Fannie and Teddy, remain with Edwina.

For twelve years Edwina carefully avoids any romantic involvements, but as each child sets off on his or her own -- to Hollywood, to Europe, and elsewhere -- Edwina frees herself from the ghosts of those she loved and lost on the Titanic. Her life is far different than it would have been, but in some ways far more exciting than she expected.
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Edwina Winfield, returning from her engagement trip on the ill-fated Titanic mourns the death of her fiance and parents. She returns to San Fran with her 5 younger siblings and takes on responsibilities at the families newspaper. The story follows Edwina and her siblings as they grow up and of course, includes some romance. Her life is far different than it would have been, but in some ways, more exciting than she expected.
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Edwina Winfield, returning from her engagement trip on the ill-fated Titanic mourns the death of her fiance and parents. She returns to San Fran with her 5 younger siblings and takes on responsibilities at the families newspaper. The story follows Edwina and her siblings as they grow up and of course, includes some romance. Her life is far different than it would have been, but in some ways, more exciting than she expected.
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This book is older, and shows wear on front an back cover. Still an excellent read and all pages are in tact. This is one of my favorite Danielle Steele books to date!
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i read this so long ago,that i cannot remember it