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Honor Thyself Mass Market Paperback – January 27, 2009
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“Faithful readers will be catapulted by Steel’s staccato pacing and straightforward prose.” —Booklist
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However, I have learned to skim thru her books and just scratch the surface of her story. If you do that, it's not a bad story. It does have some intersting story lines---with the terrorist bombing in a Paris tunnel to her amnesia, her "old" heart throb, her children,etc. But you have to skim quickly to avoid all the things that have now marked Ms.Steel as a poor writer.
And to the person who wrote that this is an insight into Hollywood---don't count on it. She did absolutely no research on how this would have happened in the real world. And her main character having amnesia never would have said the things she said as she was "coming out" of her coma. This was not a medically sound story of brain injury patients. Being a nurse gives me the ability to critique that part of her story---and she did not portray a realisic post-traumatic brain injury----not even close.
I do not recommend this book to anyone. I can only hope that Ms. Steele would take the time to read reviews from readers and learn that we're not happy with her new style of writing----and her mass productions of way too many books that are becoming less and less interesting. Perhaps if we stop buying and reading her novels, she'll either retire from writing or go back to her previous novels and re-capture that side of her talent. We can only hope. She was at one time a very talented writer. What happened?
Steel should be donating every penny earned to charity from her last 10 books. She should be ashamed to have her name written on such drivel.
Perhaps Steel should read her early books, back when quality over quantity was evident.
DON'T waste your money on this one. I learned that lesson about the last 7 years or so. I expect very little from Steel anymore. Get the book from the library only costs me my time.
C'mon Danielle...WAKE UP or give it up.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This story moves right along and keeps you interested.
It takes place in Paris which is a delightful setting.
Danielle Steel sure knows how to weave a good
Doesn't matter how great or just good Steel's novels are, I love them all.Published 19 days ago by mary cutter
Loved the book. As always Danielle Steel did a great job. Just what I needed. Going through some really bad medical issues and this book helped give me hope and a wonderful story... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Carol Gorden
Once again, I gave it a try. Why is it that every main character in Ms Steele's books are over the top wealthy? This may have been more interesting. From Stevie's point of view.Published 29 days ago by sandy k jones
I enjoyed this book very much!! It was a quick read and had a happy ending-which was great for the beachPublished 29 days ago by heidi Boyd
This book is one of the best books that Danielle Steel has written, and I have read them all. I truly enjoyed this book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Book Fanatic