The Sky is Falling - Sidney Sheldon Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007101880 / Author: Sidney Sheldon / Genre: Crime / Thriller / The Sky is Falling contains all the elements which make Sidney Sheldon's works impossible to put down: power, money, greed, lust, corruption and a strong female central character. In this instance it is a TV ... more
The Sky is Falling - Sidney Sheldon ... anchorwoman from Washington DC. All her investigative instincts tell her that a brutal series of murders are linked - and she travels the world to prove it. But the closer she comes to uncovering the truth the more she realizes her own life is in jeopardy.
Newest Review: ... characters. Reading them in this one first and later going on to read 'Best Laid Plans' could spoil the earlier book a ... more
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by - written on 09/10/13 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I picked this up in a charity shop lately along with 3 other books which cost £2 for 4 books. I had previously read a couple of good books by Sydney Sheldon and was hoping this would be another good read. The cover on my paperback copy differs from that pictured here as my copy is mainly white with blue text. RRP - £6.99 ISBN - 0-00-772452-7 Published - 2000 Pages - 394 (26 chapters) The first thing I want to mention is another of Sidney Sheldon's books, 'Best Laid Plans'. When I started to read this book I was wondering if I had read it before, what it was is that 'The Sky is Falling' uses some of the same characters as 'Best Laid Plans'. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/01, updated on 01/09/01 (Very useful, 293 readings)
This is Sidney Sheldon’s latest novel, which has been highly acclaimed by the New York Times. It was first published in hardback form in 2000 and now is widely available in paperback too. It is published by HarperCollins at a recommended retail price of £5.99 but in fact I bought mine from Woolworth’s for £3.84. The story follows Dana Evans, a 27 year- old anchorwoman from an American TV network, who has just returned home to Washington after covering the violence in Sarajevo. With her she brings back Kemal, a Serbian orphan whom she plans to adopt, after her marriage to Jeff, a former baseball player, now a sports reporter. Following an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/01, updated on 09/08/01 (Very useful, 196 readings)
I picked up this book out of sheer boredom, as my mum had just finished reading it and was gushing as to how good a writer Sidney Sheldon is. Now to me, he's the guy who devised "I dream of Jeannie" (As any one who has watched a large amount of daytime tv will know.) I remeber reading one of his books before and quite enjoying it, so I thought this one would be the perfect thing to read while sunbathing on a particularly sunny afternoon. I won't give you all the plot, because it will spoil the ending when you read it, and I hate that when someone does it to me! Dana Evans is an anchorwoman on a washington TV station and has returned from ... Read the complete review
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