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The Stars Shine Down

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  • Posted May 16, 2011

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    Predictable but nice

    This wasn't what I expected from Sidney. Yes, it did have the usual but what made it worse, I think, mystery element. I absolutely hated it. Not that I hated the story. But the lies he told in this one were not at all dramatic as his before books that I read. It was simply boring. Just boring. I adored Lara and commend her for all the hard work she was able to do. I look up to no playing games, right on point, boss in high heels.. Yes it so sexy. And her love affair.Unfortunately I knew exactly where it would end up. And if your a huge fan of Sidney, like I am then you will know exactly what I am talking about. He is becoming so cliche now.

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  • Posted April 1, 2009

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    Sidney Sheldon novels are mindless and just fun to read when you want to be entertained.

    Lara Cameron wants everything, but it takes some ruinous circumstances to make her realize she has more than she needs.
    By 20, Lara was a millionaire intent on conquering Chicago. A couple of years later, takes on New York, and the world.
    From Nova Scotia to Chicago, New York to Amsterdam, The Stars Shine Down describes the life of a woman who knew what she wanted and was willing to pay the price to get it.
    Sidney Sheldon novels are mindless and just fun to read when you want to be entertained. They have absolutely no literary value, but there is nothing better to have to read at the beach when you are enjoying a cocktail.

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