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No Greater Love (Inglés)

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Not meant to be a history lesson 18 de abril de 2000
Por Anne Cahill - Publicado en
Formato: Libro de bolsillo
From the tone of some of the other reviews, it's apparent that the reviewers didn't check the publication date of this book -- written LOOOONG before Leo and Kate jumped on board the "Titanic" and made a little movie. When I read the book all those years ago, I didn't know much about the "Titanic" or the historical details that may be inaccurate in this novel, so in fairness perhaps that's why my enjoyment wasn't diminished at all. The sinking of the ship occurs very early in the book, and the reason for that is that it is a story about how this disaster affected one family long-term. I found Edwina to be a very realistic character -- more realistic than most of Ms. Steel's heroines. She was concerned with keeping the family together and due to the selfishness of her mother (going down with the ship and her husband), she is forced to grow up too soon and be a mother to 5 children. She does the best that she can but they are only children for so long -- then they grow up and want to live their lives independently, leaving Edwina feeling abandoned and proud at the same time, and realizing that it is finally "her time" to live life. I've read this several times and I always enjoy it.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas An addictive story! 6 de abril de 1999
Por Jessica McClanahan - Publicado en
Formato: Libro de bolsillo
This was my first Danielle Steel novel I read, however, having read some of the negative reviews it recieved, I would have to disagree. I decided to read this book not because I was curious about Ms. Steel, but because I am a Titanic freak, and when I heard that she had written a book about the famous ship disaster, I immediately ran out and bought it. At first I was disappointed, because the actual ship disaster happened before I was through 1/4 of the book, and other Titanic books I have read in the past have depicted the entire tragety from cover to cover, but I really admired Edwina for selflessly giving up her personal happiness to raise her five brothers and sisters. I think Danielle Steel tried to depict Edwina's mother as a heroine for romanticly going down on the ship with her husband, but I found her to be quite selfish for that! She left behind 6 children, the youngest being only two years old! Although I don't have children of my own, I am one of those people who believe that one's children should be their top priority, and when given the chance to live, you should jump at it! Overall, this book had everything: you will laugh out loud, cry out loud, and most of all, you won't be able to put it down!
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Worst Danielle Steel ever! 25 de marzo de 1999
Por Un cliente - Publicado en
Formato: Libro de bolsillo
This book was a huge disapointment. I kept looking at the cover to because I couldn't believe Danielle Steel actually wrote this. I still think someone might have slipped a book written by a twelve year old between the covers. I literally had to force myself to finish it with the hope that it would get better. It never did. Dull, boring, dull. Go someplace else it you want entertainment. You won't find it here.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Danielle Steel Has Done It Again! 19 de enero de 2001
Por Jennifer - Publicado en
Formato: Libro de bolsillo
Danielle Steel has done it again! In her 28th best-selling novel, No Greater Love, she relives through the swirling emotions and the agonizing pain that many people had gone through during one of the most momentous event in history: the sinking of the Titanic.
Edwina Winfield is a daughter of two dear, loving parents. She has six brothers and sisters whom she all loves dearly. Edwina is left to take care of them when her parents and fiancé drowns in the terrible sinking of the Titanic. Edwina decides to dedicate and give up her life to raising her siblings.
Edwina struggles to keep her family together and for twelve years, she commits her entire heart and soul into her family. Through many moments that make you laugh and cry, you will experience, as if you were right there with the characters, the growth and pains of the family as they learn to adjust and live with the huge tragedy that they had experienced and survived through.
No Greater Love is one of those books that you can't seem to put down. I enjoyed it tremendously. The story plot is remarkably realistic, and you will actually feel as if you are living in that era and witnessing the sinking of the Titanic.
The hardships that Edwina and her family endure throughout the story will pull at your heart and the tears will fall freely. The book makes you feel a range of emotions. There will be moments when tears of sadness and pity will fall, but there will also be times when the talents of Danielle Steel will make you sit back and laugh. No Greater Love is one of those rare books where you will be interested throughout the whole story, from the first until the last page of the book. This book is an extremely emotional and sensational book. Through her many talents, Danielle Steel helps you feel the reality and contiguity that the catastrophe of the sinking of the Titanic brought. The shock and impact of the disaster that the survivors must have felt are shown clearly and you could just feel the pain and sorrow each character from the story experiences. No Greater Love is a book I recommend to all. It gives many people a chance to go back to the sinking of the Titanic and see exactly how significant the event was. It is a book you definitely should read, and I'm telling you, it would definitely be your loss if you don't!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I've NEVER read a book as powerful and enticing as this one! 22 de enero de 1999
Por Un cliente - Publicado en
Formato: Libro de bolsillo
This book was EXCELLENT!!! except the part, when Alexis runs away with that older guy, I just wanted to jump into the book and slap her!

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