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To Talonfeather

Lightclan is at REPTILE. We assemble there at 7:30 pm eastern, 6:30 pm central, 5:30 pm mountain, 4:30 pm pacific, 3:30 pm alaska, and 1:30 pm hawaii. The attack comes half an hour after we all get there. So we have time to organize and prepare.

posted by Anonymous on August 17, 2012

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Good But not her Best

I enjoyed this Danielle book. It is a worthy read but not as exciting as her later books. If you enjoy planes and flying it will be worth a read

posted by Belle44 on April 5, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2003

    One of Danielle Steele's worst

    Although I usually find Ms. Steele's period pieces her best, I was completely disappointed with this one. Everyone's true and understandable emotions were turned into obsessions. Kate's mom had genuine concerns for her daughter, yet she is portrayed as a shrew tryng to rule her daughter's life. Andy's love and concern for his wife (and best friend) gets turned around and he becomes a jealous, lying husband who will do anything to keep his wife. What galled me is that Kate, who never tried to keep her husband down and didn't complain about his constant traveling, is then portrayed as 'needy' because she's upset when her husband is gone for most of 6 months! Give me a break! But far worse was 'poor' Joe, who supposedly loved his wife, never spent any time with her, steals her away from a loving husband who gave her 2 children that Joe never wanted, and then walks out on her again because he can't take her devotion. I'm sorry, no matter how hard she tries, Ms. Steele cannot redeem this man. I also have a problem with the actual writing of the book. I have read almost all of Danielle Steele's books and find that in some of them, this one included, she doesn't seem to have enough subject material so she repeats things several times. You could probably cut the book by 1/3 if you took out the repetition. Example, pg. 34 'Never in his early life had he ever suspected he would know someone like her.' Pg. 36, 'He had never known anyone like her.' Sometimes I feel like shouting 'I get it already!'. There are also too many sentences beginning with the word 'but', a literary no-no. I understand 'writer's license', and once in a while it's okay, but there are way too many instances in this book - sometimes one sentence after another. I've read so many good books by Danielle Steele that when I come across one like this it almost seems like she has someone else writing for her.

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    Posted March 16, 2013

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