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Special Delivery Mass Market Paperback – August 25, 1998
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Deliver Her: A Novel
The mother of a grieving teenager makes a decision that may shatter their family forever. Learn More
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As a male fan, I have to say that her new books have been seeming fairly trite to me. Books like SPECIAL DELIVERY, for example, are the kind of ones that she seem to write only to make money. The plot of the book is poor, with no deep characters and no deep insight on the plot itself. I think she'll never write a book like THE RING, MALICE or THURSTON HOUSE anymore. They now seem to me like things from a far past. These books have all the elements that her latest ones don't: a real good story, with characters that seem to make part of your life that you miss when finish the book.
When I read a new book by Danielle Steel, what I feel now is that she has forgotten how to write a good bestseller. Even in good new ones, like The Long Road Home, what she's being doing most is a big and boring melodrama (although in that one the reader can see a little bit of good plot). And that's what she's done with that terrible book, that revolves around a couple that begins hating themselves and then loving each other more than life. Have you ever perceived how Danielle Steel makes even bretrayl and cheating seem to be a good, right and excellent thing to be done? That's a reason why I like her: the gift to persuade the reader and turn a bad thing into a good one. But it seems as she's now deceiving her readers too much. Her present books are not up to her best ones. Not the ones like the boring SPECIAL DELIVERY, anyway. A book that I finished reading only because it has just a few pages. One page more and I would scream. Terrible, boring and dull. The kind of book that means nothing, as if you were reading blank pages. I think she should return to the road where she once was.
A book full of the "beautiful people". This one was predictable, kind of boring and I hated her children ... they were so immature and spiteful. I would definately recommend "Thurston House", "Palomino" or "Rememberance" over this one.
Ms Steel's books are woven in a way that readers become a part of the story. At the moment, Special Delivery is my favorite Danielle Steel book. I say at the moment because this opinion could change in the future. :-)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Easy read with some great surprises. I am the mother of 5 grown kids and could relate to many of the author's thoughts on grown children.Published 1 day ago by Carol Martin
But enjoyable, nonetheless. Even the title is trite and a spoiler. A nice little gambol in the glamorous Hollywood hills.Published 1 month ago by Linda L. Slates
This is a quick 'fun' read....At the end I laughed out loud all by m y self......and it felt so good!!Published 3 months ago by J. M. Stahl
There was a twist in the book that I hadn't expected. Loved the book as I do all of her books.Published 8 months ago by SHERRY