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Prodigal Son Twin Boys Grow Up In The Same Family, In The Same Town Dramatically Different, They Become Bitter Enemies, Even As Children One Good, One Bad One Leaves His Peaceful Hometown, But When All Else Fails, The Prodigal Son Returns, Twenty Years Later, Moving Into His Parents Lakeside Cottage But The Reunion Of The Brothers, Sweet And Healing At First, Exposes Shattering Revelations


10 thoughts on “Prodigal Son

  1. says:

    You know when you read a book, and you anxiously turn pages with excitement This was missing at every step of the way, and in every imaginable way So generic was this story and just in general, very, very disappointing I don t at all aim to put authors down in my reviewing process, but this was just plain bad I m afraid to say. Unrealistic is ok ...


  2. says:

    Typical Danielle Steel, I always read her newest book, and every time, I say it s the last Ultra rich couple, loses everything, wife leaves, hubby devastated Family issues, but everything is always devastatingly difficult, Peter is destitute but seems to have money to fly to London, LA, Spain, etc Falls in love with his exSister in law, who is tiny and beautiful and so delicately fragile, yet strong Shall I go on Every page is filled with such adjectives and she repeats previously stated fa Typical Danielle Steel, I always read her newest book, and every time, I say it s the last Ultra rich couple, loses everything, wife leaves, hubby devastated Family issues, but everything is always devastatingly difficult, Peter is destitute but seems to have money to fly to London, LA, Spain, etc Falls in love with his exSister in law, who is tiny and beautiful and so...


  3. says:

    Please, someone at Delacorte Press edit Ms Steel s next book Her style of writing is ridiculously repetitive, and I ve taken to skipping over the endless restatements of the same darn thing Once again, Ms Steel has created characters who live in a make believe world Yes, the story had the potential to be interesting when the protagonist, Peter, loses his Wall Street job as a result of the financial market collapse Suddenly, he s paying alimony and child support, but he s still spending mo Please, someone at Delacorte Press edit Ms Steel s next book Her style of writing is ridiculously repetitive, and I ve taken to skipping over the endless restatements of the same darn thing Once again, Ms Steel has created characters who live in a make believe world Yes, the story had the potential to be interesting when the protagonist,...


  4. says:

    I have not read a Danielle Steel book in a long time, but I remember clearly always loving her writing I don t know what happened Either I grew up, or she has lost her touch This obvious tale of twin brothers who are diametrically opposed in every way was predictable and so very slow But worse than that, it was so repetitive, I felt like pulling my hair out Doesn t she realize that she keeps saying the same things over and over ANDher favorite word seems to be and She starts a senten I have not read a Danielle Steel book in a long time, but I remember clearly always loving her writing I don t know what happened Either I grew u...


  5. says:

    I had never read anything by Danielle Steel before and I was a little apprehensive about reading this one as a lot of the time when an author has a large number of books published there is generally a lower quality to the stories However, I found Prodigal Son to be a very enjoyable read.Danielle Steel has this really nice style of writing It just flows on really nicely and I found myself flicking happily through the pages and really enjoying the story that Danielle Steel was weaving.The story I had never read anything by Danielle Steel before and I was a little apprehensive about reading this one as a lot of the time when an author has a large number of books published there is generally a lower quality to the stories However, I found Prodigal Son to be a very enjoyable read.Danielle Steel has this really nice style of writing It just flows on really nicely and I found myself flicking happily through the pages and really enjoying the story that Danielle Steel was weaving.The story itself is pretty straight forward and the revelations just unravel and then the consequences of those things get explored I have to say that I really did find the book e...


  6. says:

    I feel that this book could have been fifty pages All the other pages in the book are just Danielle Steel repeating what she had previously stated It just blows my mind that so many people actually praised this book I feel that maybe if you have memory problems and you need things constantly repeated that you might find the book enjoyable or pleasurable to read I did not find this pleasurable, only highly annoying I also found it painful that the first 50 pages of the book was about poor Pe I feel that this book could have been fifty pages All the other pages in the book are just Danielle Steel repeating what she had previously stated It just blows my mind that so many peop...


  7. says:

    Good short story that if edited would have been about 50 pages long I felt insulted by the author every time she repeated over and over facts peviously stated in the story Is this a book for slow mentally challenged people that needs to be reinforced with repetition to igest the info The publisher did not edit this book Or is it the fame and the need of an author and its publisher to fulfill the year s quota as per contract Now I can understand how an author publishes 3 orbooks They j Good short story that if edited would have been about 50 pages long I felt insulted by the author every time she repeated over and over facts peviously stated in the story Is this a book for slow mentally challenged people that needs to be reinforced with repetition to igest the info The publisher did not edit this book Or is it the fame and the need of an author and its publisher to fulfill the year s quota as per contract Now I can understand how an author publishes 3 orbooks They just have to write anything that appeals in the 1st few chapters just like a newspaper article Grab the reader s attention and then repeat as a filler to produce 400 pages Give a dog a bad name Her fans will devour anything she writes Shame on the publisher and shame on her.Prodigal Son was one of the 4 books written in 20...


  8. says:

    Even though I did finish this novel somehow I am adding it to my tried to read didn t like bookshelf It has been quite a while since I left a one star rating And it s not so much that this is a terrible novel its just not for me I m sure there is an audience of readers who are just fine with being watered down, with constant repetitiveness and reminders of nuggets that have no later revelation Not to mention a level of detail and background on granular items such as recipes and menus Even though I did finish this novel somehow I am adding it to my tried to read didn t like bookshelf It has been quite a while since I left a one star rating And it s not so much that this is a terrible novel its just not for me I m sure there is an audience of readers who are just fine with being watered down, with constant repetitiveness and reminders of nuggets that have no later revelation...


  9. says:

    Good comforting read, it s been a long time since reading her and glad I picked this one up.


  10. says:

    welcome back Danielle steel this book is the reason I kept being a loyal fan one of the reasons I am a book lover is because of Danielle steel her early work left me content and wantingas the years progressed I felt as though she had fallen into a mainstream outline in each book, but I kept reading everything she put out, and it has paid off Prodigal Son was a wonderful book with story telling of one the best authors out there The story had a good pace and intrigue, kept u want welcome back Danielle steel this book is the reason I kept being a loyal fan one of the reasons I am a book lover is because of Danielle steel her early work left me content and wantingas the years progressed I felt as though she had fallen into a mains...


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