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The Ring
The Ring
Author: Danielle Steel
ISBN: 2986
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classic Steel. Early in her career (1981), and not as formula-bound.
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Follow three generations of family through The Ring. Through war torn Germany to America. Good Book.
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The story weaves generations and crosses continents. Lives impact others' lives like the ripple effect of a stone skipping across a pond.
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Wonderful book! I reccommend this book to anyone!
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A family driven apart by over-whemling passions and then brought together by enduring love. Its the story of the ring and and a promise made to keep forever.
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like this book, read it a very long time. but liked it
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In a Germany engulfed by war and hatred, the beautiful wife of an influential banker, fell in love with a German author. His Jewish heritage led them both to death. The husband who survives her lives on to protect her memory, and their children. And the ring he passes on to his daughter, Ariana von Gotthard, remains a bond of love between them. Separated from her family, and unable to escape Germany, Ariana is finally arrested. A young Nazi officer offers her survival and hope for the future. Tragedy and a sudden twist of fate carries Ariana to America, to chilling deception, and a new life of unfamiliar terrors. Her past seemingly lost forever, her future uncertain, the ring she still clings to is all she has left of her father and brother. And in time it will become the bridge from her past to her future.
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in a time of war one family will lose the fight to stay together, and one woman will win the battle to reunite them.
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While Danielle Steel's books may not hold high literary status, her books are popular, and "The Ring" is one of her best efforts.

Steel, through her well honed writing skills, takes the female character through several love relationships starting with a character that she learned to love against all odds. Her love of a German Nazi soldier, and her love of another, finally leads to finding the greatest love of her life. Read the book and you'll find out how love does endure through all situations and finally wins out. One of her best books.
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In Germany engulfed by war and hatred, the beautiful wife of an influential banker fell in love with a German author. His Jewish heritage led them both to death. The husband who survives her lives on to protect her memory, and their children. And the ring he passes on to his daughter, Ariana von Gotthard, remains a bond of love between them. Separated from her family, and unable to escape Germany, Ariana is finally arrested. A young Nazi officer offers her survival and hope for the future. Tragedy and a sudden twist of fate carries Ariana to America, to a chilling deception, and a new life of unfamiliar terrors. Her past seemingly lost forever, her future uncertain, the ring she still clings to is all she has left of her father and brother. And in time it will become the bridge from her past to her future.


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