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Mirror Image - Danielle SteelA game of two halves (156 words)
by Enola - written on 18/06/01, updated on 18/06/01 (Useful, 45 readings)
I first read this book when I was 13. I found it very interesting and moving (I was crying by the end) but possibly a bit too deep for someone so young. It starts off like a one of these aristocrat stories about really rich, beautiful women who live a life of luxury with two houses and loads of servants, but as the story ...
Mirror Image - Danielle SteelOne to take on holiday I think! (555 words)
by flossy - written on 13/04/01, updated on 13/04/01 (Very useful, 71 readings)
The year is 1912 and the story is based around two sisters, Olivia and Victoria. These are no ordinary sister though, they are twins and identical at that. Their mother died during childbirth and they live with their father and live a very wealthy life. From the outside, Victoria and Olivia look identical and not even their own father can tell them apart. On the inside though, they are both very different indeed. Olivia is the typical woman of her time. She is quite happy running the house for her father and carrying out his wishes. Victoria is the complete opposite. She smokes and she has even taught her herself to drive which is not what is expected of a lady!! ...
His Bright Light - Danielle Steelexcellent read (293 words)
by - written on 26/10/00, updated on 26/10/00
New York Times Best-seller, and I can see why, this book is a mother’s story about her son, it is a sad book where Danielle Steel describes her son’s s life. She re-calls his nineteen years, his battles throughout his life and at the end the death of her son. She describes a illness from which her son suffered and highlights the effect it had on him, and in doing so you get the feeling she wants other’s to discuss their problems as well. The best way to describe this book is that in writing about her son, she hopes to help other’s. He suffered from a mental illness, which cost him his life. Danielle Steel’s son had all of help around ...