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Journey
Journey
Author: Danielle Steel
In her 50th bestselling novel, Danielle Steel takes us behind the closed doors of a prominent marriage to explore the private secrets hidden behind public lives. — Everyone in Washington knows Madeleine and Jack Hunter. Maddy is an award-winning TV anchorwoman. Jack is the head of her network, an adviser to the President on media issues. To the w...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780385316873
ISBN-10: 0385316879
Publication Date: 10/31/2000
Pages: 336
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3.9 stars, based on 62 ratings
Publisher: Delacorte Press
Book Type: Hardcover
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All too often, abused women do not realize what is being done to them. A really good manipulator can convince his wife or girlfriend that she brings it on herself and, in some of the worst cases, the woman becomes a sort of addict to the verbal abuse he doles out. JOURNEY is the chronicle of a lovely woman who is married to a sociopath of a man and how she comes to realize she is one of his victims. I hope you feel as good about Maddy as I did when I finished this good read.
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Madeleine and Jack Hunter are one of Washington's glittering couples. Jack is the head of a TV network, while Maddy is an award-winning anchorwoman. All around, people regard them as a golden couple: he advising the president on media issues, she at the top of the tree in her profession. Needless to say, the relationship we are shown behind the closed doors of their lavish Georgetown home is far more troubled than the public could ever know. As Maddy enjoys more and more career success, Jack's resentment and desire for control grow daily, and her life becomes hell in this fracturing marriage. Steel manages, as always, to convey character in concise paragraphs:
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danielle steel. what else needs to be said good reading inside the pages.
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Another great one.


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