Zoya Author:Danielle Steel The story of Paris under the shadow of the Great War, as emigres and fugitives struggled to survive as taxi drivers, seamstresses, ballet dancers...as poverty and war devastated all Europe, threatening their last safe haven and the world's freedom. — The story of the Roaring Twenties in America...of fast cars, furs, flappers, and fabulous homes..... more ».of comfort and cafe society-a glittering world that would come crashing down without warning.
The story of the Great Depression...of the bitter struggle to make do, to go on in the face of insuperable odds with only a single hope: survival.
The story of World War II-the hope, the courage, the spirit-and the sacrifices-that won it.
The story of Zoya, for hers is the story of the centry...a story that entwines the reader in the web of history and a vast tapestry of irrevocable events. From the revoloution in Russia through the sixties and seventies in America...from St. Petersburg to Paris to New York in the eighties, Zoya is the incomparable story of our time as only Danielle Steel could tell it.« less