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.
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.
This was a hard book to read. I really like DAnielle Steel but I think the topic was just hard. It was a good book but I had a hard time with it...maybe the subject matter...children and what we go through with them...was just too close to home or something.
This book was an amazing account of Danielle Steel's life with her manic/depressive son, Nick. It covered all of the challanges that she and the rest of her family went through. I couldn't put it down.
What a heart-wrenching story. Who knew that despite her public success, Danielle Steele was privately waging a battle for the life of her beloved son? But despite so much darkness (this story could really have been a depressing read) there was so much more "light." Well done.
What a beautiful story of Nick Traina. I have always been a fan of Danielle Steel and this book truly touched my heart. She did an amazing job of shedding a light on this debilitating disease that so many suffer from in silence. A wonderful book.
I have read this book before when i was about 16. What sad time it must have been for Steel. I have never forgotten about this book. This is the kind of book that will stay with you for the rest of your life. A GREAT read.