Book Reviews of Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope
Kaleidoscope
Author: Danielle Steel
ISBN-13: 9780440236924
ISBN-10: 0440236924
Publication Date: 2000
Pages: 419
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 31 ratings
Publisher: Dell Pub Co
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
Not one of her better efforts. I felt that the plot was slow to develop, and that the "surprises" were predictable.
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Kaleidoscope is the story of Sam and Solange Walker.Sam came back from the front lines of World War 11 to conquer Broadway,bring with him his exquisite French war bride.Their love begain like a fairy tale,but it would end in sudden tragedy.
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A classic Danielle Steel...If you like the rest of her books you will love this one :)
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GOOD BOOK
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A story of the secrets we keep and how they affect our lives and the lives of those around us.
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the story of a family torn apart by unexpected tragedy,as the parents of three little girls suddenly die,and the girls are left with no one to care for them. They are suddenly torn apart and sent in different fates,never to see each other again for two decades,until a old family friend goes in search of them. A very touching story/
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I enjoyed this book!
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it was ok
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A page-turner and very enjoyable, the stories of three sisters whose lives are very different.
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A very exciting and suspenseful book. I highly reccommend it.
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good book
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Wonderful book! I reccommend this book to anyone!
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A beautiful Frenchwoman and brilliant American man fall in a fairy tale love but ended in tragedy.
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Will Alexandra's husband abandon her once he knows the truth about her past? And what deep secret will forever alter Megan's life? The fun of Kaleidoscope lies in discovering the answer to these and other questions.
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Great book. i love this writer and this was a great book
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The World War II love affair between lovely Frenchwoman Solange Bertrand and American GI-turned-actor Sam Walker burned too brightly and ended in tragedy, leaving their three young daughters orphaned. Megan, the youngest, adopted by a loving family, grows up to be a doctor in Appalachia. Alexandra, adopted by a wealthy family, marries a powerful man with an impeccable pedigree. Hilary, the oldest (and the only one who remembers her sisters), enters the sordid world of foster care before going out on her own to work her way up to being a New York news producer. In the pursuit of success and stability, Hilary foregoes building a personal life, especially when her efforts to locate her sisters hit a dead end. But when high-priced private investigator John Chapman is hired to reunite the three sisters, the secrets and lies that kept the women apart--and bound them together--are revealed and the love only sisters can share blossoms again. A heartwarming tale by master storyteller Danielle Steel.
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three little girls are separated after a tragedy until decades later when a friend steps in ......this is a very moving story.
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One olf her older and better books!
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cover looks different. A very exciting and suspenseful book. I enjoyed this book!
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Great read by D.S. This book has the older cover.
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When a beautiful young Frenchwoman and a brilliant American actor meet in wartime Paris, their love begins like a fairy tale but ends in tragedy. Suddenly orphaned, their three children are cruelly separated. Megan, the baby, adopted by a family of comfortable means, becomes a doctor in the rural Appalachia. Alexandra, raised in lavish wealth, marries a powerful man whose pride is in his pedigree and who assumes that Alexandra is her parents' natural offspring. Neither of them has the remotest suspicion that she is adopted, or what turbulent tragedy lurks in her past. And Hilary, oldest of the Walker children, remembers them all, and the grief that tore them apart and cast them into separate lives. Feeling the loss throughout her life, and unable to find her sisters, she builds an extraordinary career and has no personal life.

When John Chapman, lawyer and prestigious private investigator, is asked to find these three women, he wonders why. Their parents' only friend, he did nothing to keep them together as children and has been haunted by remorse all his life. The investigator follows a trail that leads from chic New York to Boston slums, from elegant Parisian salons to the Appalachian hills, to the place where the three sisters face each other and one more final, devastating truth before they can move on.
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