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Five friends on life’s journey of challenges, survival and love

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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

Five children meet on the first day of kindergarten. In the years that follow, they become friends and more than friends. Together, they will find strength, meet challenges, face life’s adventures, endure loss, face stark realities, and open their hearts. In this moving novel, #1 New York Times bestselling author Danielle Steel traces their unforgettable journey—full of tests and trials—as three boys and two girls discover the vital bonds that will last a lifetime.
 
FRIENDS FOREVER
 
Gabby, Billy, Izzie, Andy, and Sean—each bursting with their own personality, strikingly different looks and talents, in sports, science, and the arts. Each drawn by the magical spark of connection that happens to the young. At the exclusive Atwood School, on a bright September day, starting in kindergarten they become an inseparable group known to outsiders as the Big Five. In this rarefied world, five families grow closer, and five children bloom beside one another, unaware of the storms gathering around them.
 
As they turn from grade-schoolers to teenagers, seemingly perfect lives are buffeted by unraveling families, unfortunate missteps, and losses and victories great and small. And, one by one, they turn back to the Big Five to regain their footing and their steady course. But as they emerge from Atwood and enter the college years, the way forward is neither safe nor clear. As their lives separate and diverge, the challenges and risks become greater, the losses sharper, and the right paths harder to choose, in a journey of friendship, survival, and love.
 
In what may be her most intricate and emotionally powerful novel yet, Danielle Steel tells a heart-wrenching, ultimately triumphant story that spans decades, weaves together a vivid cast of characters, and captures the challenges we face in life—sometimes, if we’re lucky, with a friend forever by our side.

BONUS: This edition includes an excerpt from Danielle Steel's First Sight.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 3005 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 386 Seiten
  • Verlag: Delacorte Press; Auflage: Limited (24. Juli 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B0062OCNX0
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 3.3 von 5 Sternen 96 Kundenrezensionen

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Dancing on the coattails of history, Danielle Steele's Granny Dan is a sweeping saga based on the true life story of her grandmother.
As a young woman, Granny Dan was the leading young ballerina in pre-communist Russia, which in that society, would have been similar to being Julia Roberts in our own country today. She charms the Russian royal family, especially the czar's young son, and is admitted into their inner circle.
Torn between the disciplined life of a dancer in a strict ballet school and the fairy tale-like existance at the czar's summer home, the young woman must make painful choices.
An illness causes her to become very close to her physician, a man in a loveless marriage and they fall deeply in love. So much so that Steel's grandmother keeps all his letters with her until she dies. Steel bases her book on the letters, which she had translated.
Marrying her grandmother's real-life story with her masterful fiction-writing techniques, Steel presents a powerful tale of star-crossed lovers, strong characters who are real and believable. Their passion for each other is played out against the backdrop of history.
We are given a taste of what life in czarist Russia was like, and it is as if we travel back in time with the characters. With the coming of the communist revolution, their world is forever lost.
This ultimately tragic story is a haunting one, which will stay with you long after you've read the last page.
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Whenever I want to relax with a book of love, hope, conquering fears....I buy Danielle Steel. Although it may be simplistic, "Granny Dan", is a short, sweet, provocative story.
Using the backdrop of Czarist Russia allowed me to see the glitter, the gold & the powers of the rich. As well as the trials & tribulations of those held in the grip of their powers. Steele always describes so well I feel as if I am "there". From crystal chandeliers to peasant feasts of butter and marmalade and fresh baked breads.
Not just a dancers story...a story of love for everyone.
if you find my comments interesting, please click the "yes"--thanks--CDS
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In keeping with her tendency to cover familiar territory, DS has gone back to the Russian Revolution with "Granny Dan", a book that leaves you wondering ... well, why? First, the whole concept of "Granny Dan" -- the beloved grandmother who has died at the beginning of the book having all this secret back history -- is absurd. And as she has done before, by starting the novel by telling you how it's going to end up, DS manages to completely remove any chance at intrigue. I don't have any problem with Ms. Steel covering historical events in her novels -- for example, I love her "Titanic" depiction in "No Greater Love" -- but I do get increasingly irritated with her characters being relatives of the Romanov family or other such royalty. How about writing about a completely unknown, totally unconnected person who lived during the Revolution? That might show some real insight into the struggle -- and I'm sure you could get a love story in there too.
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This book was a wonderful romance story between Danina and Nikoliai. It is also a story of how things were in the Soviet Union during the revolution. Having taken ballet as a young girl I could appreciate how hard I knew Danielle Steel tried to portray Danina's training. I must say that she did not do a very good job of it. Her descriptions of the ballet life left much to be desired. I know this was supposed to be a romance novel, but the whole background was the ballet and she could have done a much better job researching. On the whole is was a very nice story.
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I read all of the reviews on Amazon before buying and they weren't to good, but I bought the book anyway because the story sounded good. I am glad I wen't ahead and bought. If I didn't I would have missed one of the most perfectly satisfying novels I have ever read. After reading Zoya I wanted a book that has more about the Russian Revolution. I thought that Danielle Steel would never write one again on the subject. Yet she did. People said this book was just like Zoya, but it wasn't. It had it's own unique qualities. There never was a dull moment in the book. It had action, love, sadness, and remembrance all rapped together amongst the pages. I think so many people who gave this book a bad review didn't sit and pay attention to the beautiful words. Words that made a sweet lullabuy in my head. This novel is utter perfection in my opinion. SO many people seemed to offend people who liked this novel. How could someone not. I am now not going to listen to the reviews shared on Amazon but decide myself if I would like the book. This book is a perfect book to read again and again. It is one to save and cherish. While reading the book remember to savor each and every satisfying word and let the story create the symphony in your mind, just like it created in mine. From an avid reader buy Granny Dan.
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This is, hands down, the worst book that I have ever read. It is a conglomeration of sappy sentiments held together only by the faintest wisp of a plot. No topic ever seems to be followed up or tied to any other; there are only scenes of this young woman's unremarkable life tossed out as if they held some dreadful importance. I say unremarkable because I got too sick of the thing to keep reading much past the middle. I gather from the synopses that she did amazing things later onbut I still can not imagine that they were handled with style or skill any more than in the rest of this pitiful mess.
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