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Lone Eagle Mass Market Paperback – January 29, 2002
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Intrusion: A Novel
A loving couple, grieving the loss of their son, finds their marriage in free fall when a beautiful, long-lost acquaintance inserts herself into their lives. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
It is told in flashback style, "against a vivid backdrop of war and thrilling innovation. Danielle Steel breathes life into history, weaving an intensely human story that spans three decades. With rare insight and emotional power, she brings to life a tale of love and sacrifice, of holding on and letting go, of survival in the face of unthinkable loss. It is a novel of extraordinary grace and compassion from a master storyteller."
I was amazed by this historical tale, all the facts were very real to the reader and not something an author would make up to make the story complete. For instance, Steel mentions something and you immediately think, "I can't believe that is happening, but I know it's true" for whatever reason.
The storyline is one you won't forget. And, this book will be your favorite. Memories begin when a woman receives a phone call that her lover is dead. You will go back in time with her as she recalls the last 3 decades.
Get this book. You won't put it down until you are finished reading. Steel's book couldn't get any better. --
I miss the old Danielle Steel writing.
This book breaks a cardinal rule of romance novel writing. It gives us an unlikable hero. Joe is a first class jerk. And that's one of the cleaner terms I use to describe him. He can't commit to Kate and she finally leaves him. She marries Andy and has a baby. That's when Joe waltzes back into her life and busts up her marriage. When she finally gets her divorce and marries Joe he let's her know in no uncertain terms that he does not want children. When she gets pregnant he treats her horribly.When she gets into a car accident and loses the twins she's carrying, Andy is the one in the hospital with her. Joe is nowhere to be found. Despite her depression over losing the babies he let's her know he does not want her getting pregnant again. He constantly leaves her alone while building up his company and when she complains he gets mad at her. He doesn't even try to meet her halfway. He basically tells her to live with it.
The reader has to have some idea of what motivates the hero and heroine to act the way that they do during the course of the story and we have no idea why Joe treats the supposed "love of his life" the way that he does. He's happier with his planes. Kate should have left him to them. I can understand how hard it is to be without the person that you love, but Kate should have learned to love herself just a little bit more. She put up with Joe's crap for years and I found it very irritating.
And I agree with a number of the other reviews that DS repeats things over and over. I've noticed that in her other books.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One of the best Danielle Steel books I have ever read, and I have read many. I highly recommend it.Published 1 month ago by Sandy (Nashville, TN)
I love reading Danielle Steel books but this is the first one that gets a little boring in the middle with so much same ole stuff that had happened already in the same book. Read morePublished 3 months ago by KT
I have not read this yet. I love Danielle Steele. I will read anything she writes.Published 4 months ago by Merna S. Weber
Some books need to be written, and some books need to be read. This book is a memoir and a funeral, so unless your are planning for one or the other, you can skip it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Retired Reader
Kind of slow, repeats the same basic story line. There were a few surprises but towards the end it's predictable.Published 6 months ago by Leslie M.