This is a great/tragic story of Danielle Steel's son battle with being a manic depressed person. It's a story that will make you cry ALOT - so keep tissues near by. It's a must read for anyone that needs to realize that you never know what lies under the surface of humans. May Nick be at peace.
Peggy Jean E. (literaryswapper) reviewed His Bright Light on + 74 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 4
Telling story about a manic depressive's life. Hard to read parts of his struggle with suicide attempts and final success. Can be especially difficult if you manic depressive.
Debbie B. (Deb) reviewed His Bright Light on + 38 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
I had no idea that Danielle Steel had this tragedy in her life but in this book, she celebrates her son's life and shares his tragic death with others to help them.
Cindy W. (woodess) reviewed His Bright Light on + 3 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
This is such a sad story. It is remarkable how he had this amazing network of people who were constantly watching over him. I love Danielle Steel and enjoy her books and I can relate to her as a mother for loving her son "so much" that it hurts when you have to sit by and watch them make mistakes and other people think you are babying them instead of trying to help them. This boy had so many difficulties in his lifetime and it seemed only his mother really understood him when he was a young child. It is sad too that many professionals didn't even have a clue on how to help him and many turned away from him because of his problems.
Barbara N. (Barbie4) reviewed His Bright Light on + 273 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
This is the story of an extraordinary boy with a brilliant mind,a heart of gold,and a tortured soul.It is the story of an illness,a fight to live, and a race against death.