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Book Reviews of The Lives of Danielle Steel

The Lives of Danielle Steel
The Lives of Danielle Steel
Author: Vickie L. Bane, Lorenzo Benet
ISBN-13: 9780312955755
ISBN-10: 0312955758
Publication Date: 8/15/1995
Pages: 432
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.

3.2 stars, based on 16 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Book Type: Paperback
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Islandgirl86 avatar reviewed The Lives of Danielle Steel on + 3 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Intresting un-authorized bio of one of my favorite authors. Great read!
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This is the untold story of a fascinating woman who has endured more dark and stormy episodes in her rise to celebrity status and fortune.
A typical Danielle Steel book, written beautifully
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Out of date, not as engaging as I had hoped. But if you are a fan of Danielle Steel it is quite an eyeopener. Many of her books have basis in reality. At this printing she was married 4 times (now 5), including marrages to heroin addict and convicted rapist. She used these periods in her life as plot in many novels.
emeraldfire avatar reviewed The Lives of Danielle Steel on
Dressed to the nines and draped in jewels, Danielle Steel has become America's favorite romance author. She has written 44 best-selling novels and has a total of 800 million books still in print. This stunning, uncensored biography reveals how closely Danielle Steel's fiction mirrors her real life. The rich men, the dangerous men, the heartbreak, the struggles, the triumphs and the secrets too dark to tell.

Her cruel and lonely childhood which became the basis for her novel Loving, her long-hidden marriage to a convicted rapist, the scandalous true story readers will recognize from her novel Now and Forever, her third husband, a handsome heroin addict, who, like the protagonist in Remembrance, broke her heart and nearly ruined her life. From her opulent lifestyle to her lavish spending in a beautiful San Francisco mansion to the tragic death of her 19-year-old son, Nick, Danielle Steel has lived a life that most people might consider somewhat excessive, but is entirely true.

I truly enjoyed this book as I like many unauthorized biographies or autobiographies. I have always considered Danielle Steel to be a great writer and think of her as my "guilty pleasure" author. I had never thought that the majority of Danielle Steel's plots for her novels were based on events that happened to her in her own life. Since this book was written, Danielle Steel has been married and divorced twice more (her fifth marriage ended in 2002).

I felt incredibly sad for Danielle Steel and everything that she's been through - she has loved deeply and sometimes rashly, but in my opinion, there was absolutely nothing that she couldn't or wouldn't do to help the people that she loved. I give this book an A+!
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