Book Reviews of The Prodigal Daughter (Coronet Books)

The Prodigal Daughter (Coronet Books)
The Prodigal Daughter - Coronet Books
Author: Jeffrey Archer
ISBN-13: 9780340329627
ISBN-10: 0340329629
Publication Date: 6/1/1983
Pages: 480
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Coronet Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
Have enjoyed this book SEVERAL times. It takes you through the life and struggles of a very determined lady who is focused on her ultimate goal .. the highest office in this USA.
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Helpful Score: 2
This book starts slow and seems to be stereotypical of sagas from the America. Coming from another country, hard work, struggle, etc. ...But, I could not put it down. Very inspiring.
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Helpful Score: 2
A great book. Has all the emotions in the book...love, hate, passion, ambition, etc. Story starts in the 1930's and ends in the 1990's.
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Helpful Score: 2
What a tale Archer can spin! This was one of those books that keep you reading until the final page. And you wish you could know what happens after the last page!
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Helpful Score: 1
Good book about love and family ties
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If you read "Kane and Abel" is this is a continuation of the story.
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A Literay Guild Selection.

"The blazing novel of the American Dram catapulted to stunning heights, a Passionate story of extraordinary love, a Saga of boundless hope, of burning ambition of winning it all, against all the odds"
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I was so disappointed by this supposed sequel to Kane and Able. Don't bother.
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Fast read. Excellent story telling.
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Excellent.
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I loved this book. Of course, I have loved all of Archer's books that I have read. They certainly hold my interest.
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Very good book.
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This ISBN has at least three different covers. Please confirm with sender when requesting if that matters to you.
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Enjoyed very much.
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Awesome! Great sequel to Kane & Abel!
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Jeffrey Archer is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. He ability to tell a story with characters that are so captivating is second to none. I feel like I have grown with these people and they are considered my friends. Each time I end one of his books I feel alone and lost. Absolutely brilliant!
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A good read. Makes you want to be more ambitious. =)
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awesome
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Missing dust jacket
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Jeffrey Archer's family saga of Kane and Abel continues in this 2nd book of the series. Richard Kane is a banking magnate who is successful, handsome and determined to build a future with the woman he loves. Kate Rosnovski is that woman and her family are Polish immigrants with a love of America and a dream for the future. Kate's dream is to become the first female President of the United States. This book tells how she fulfills that dream. I enjoyed this book as much as the 1st book in the series and I now look forward to reading the 3rd book and last of the series. I highly recommend this series to those who love family sagas.