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Morning, Noon & Night Mass Market Paperback – September 1, 1996
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Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Top Customer Reviews
This book revolves around a very wealthy and influential family known as the Stanfords. When the father dies, his children, the three heirs to the fortune, are shocked to find that they may have and illegitimate sister with whom they must share their wealth. This family carries out all of the major components of a great action novel: murder, revenge, greed, blackmail, and a splash of romance.
Although shorter than the average Sidney Sheldon novel, Morning Noon and Night has no less an impact. The short nature of the book actually gives it a sense of urgency. A combination of these elements kept me constantly reading. I finished this book in a little more than four hours.
Morning, Noon, and Night is a masterpiece, even for an author as brilliant as sheldon. No Sheldon fan will be disappointed with this work.
However, I am always amazed at Gray's ability to tell simple stories and I remain in awe at his facile use of language and description.
A true artist evolves over time, so even if I don't enjoy the kinder, gentler Spalding as much, I must still respect him for for what he is--one of the greatest monologue-ists out there...
Every family has secrets, and this was not an always enjoyable book to read.
In my youth, I didn't understand why Kendall did not fight back, whose heartache bothered me the most, but now I do understand.
There was a rich man, who was nowhere as omnipotent as he thought. He indulged though he was running, and suddenly, he was killed. The first few chapters were amongst my favorites, because I loved all the food described.
Then came the stories of his children - heartache upon heartache.
This isn't Sheldon's best, and I am judging it because its ending was so unsatisfactory to me. Regardless, the writing is poignant, sharp, and deeply empathetic.
I do like this book.
This is one of Sidney Sheldon's better books. I highly recommend it!
"Books are good because they're always there for you. . . because they never go anywhere,"Joel Gadica, 2001
I don't want to go much further or else I'll spoil the plot, but I just want to say that this book reminds me of the movie Nurse Betty, because every event is more surprising and ironic as the last. It is a very exciting story which will keep you on the edge of your seat up to the last word.
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Sidney Sheldon keeps you guessing throughout the whole book. There were several ah ha moments I was hardly able to put it downPublished 1 month ago by genny kenslow
A bit unpredictable...interesting reading which kept me flipping pages quickly looking for the outcome.Published 1 month ago by Magin Martinez
Another great Sidney Sheldon book. I've been reading his books for years. He never disappoints. Lots of twists and turns. Keeps you guessing until the last page.Published 2 months ago by A. C. P.
Once again, Sidney Sheldon produced a masterful suspense filled novel, with delightful characters. I did figure it out prior to the end, however, that is because I read a lot of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Linda L. LiBrandi
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