Tana Roberts comes of age in the turbulent decade of the ’60s, and begins a journey that will lead her from New York to the South during the heat of racial. Full circle by Danielle Steel, January 1, , Plaza & Janes Editores, S.A. edition, Paperback in Spanish. La Rueda del Deseo (English, Spanish, Paperback) / Author: Danielle Steel ; ; Modern fiction, General & literary fiction, Fiction, Books.
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Tana Roberts comes of age in this turbulent decade, and begins a journey that will lead her from New York to the South during the heat of racial unrest. A thoroughly modern young woman, she yearns for a career and is willing to sacrifice everything to get it. And it’s only much later that Tana discovers The s. And it’s only much later that Tana dueda that she can have it all. And peace of mind. As she comes of age, at last, and comes full circle. Paperbackpages.
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Full Circle by Danielle Steel
On a lark, I tried to remember all of the DS books i read during the summer between 5th and 6th grade. At the community pool, Sun-In brand hair lightener in hand, I would devour book by smutty book while soaking up the sun and attempting to get the adult male lifeguard to admire my pert little girl tits.
I could finish one during peak tanning hours daniekle and get home to catch the remainder of One LIfe to Live and the entire episode of General Ho Here’s the thing, I never read this book.
I could finish one during peak tanning hours between and get home to catch the remainder of One LIfe to Live and the entire episode of General Hospital. I believe I read 10 DS books in that 10 week period. Far from a speed reading prodigy, I quickly learned to scan for the key words that meant that sexy time action would soon commence. Most of what I know about sex, love, and relationships, I learned that summer. Perhaps this explains the drama filled, formulaic nature of all of my adult themed.
Also explained perhaps is the origin of my impression that words are sexier than deeds Should have stuck with Little House on the Prairie, I guess. Apr 12, Za Kasanoda rated it it was amazing Shelves: Apr 06, Diane rated it really liked it.
Feb 03, Nibra Rudda rated it did not like it. Most of the Danielle Steel books I’ve read, not that there’s a lot, have a few things in common. First, there’s rape or an act of abuse that is bound to scar the heroine, an oversized burden prolonged until it becomes a flotsam in an ocean of events, and therefore irrelevant halfway and discarded to oblivion.
This, let me remind you again, is limited only to a few of the author’s works I was able to read. Also, deeseo heroine will have multiple relationships, not all at once though, and Steel has a Most of the Danielle Vanielle books I’ve read, not that there’s a lot, have a few things in common. She’s also fond of killing off light-spirited characters, as if to drive home a point.
I am formally retiring Danielle Steel from my shelves. Jan 18, Nicola rated it really liked it. I have a secret fondness for Danielle Steel novels dating back to the first one someone dropped on me at school, when her mother was about to throw out some books.
I still don’t know what prompted that overture of friendship and it never really went anywhere but I collected a bunch of these growing up and then left them behind as I went on to university.
I picked this copy up in a charity shop a couple of weeks ago on a whim and it is just as satisfying as it was. Very much a product of its time I have a secret fondness for Danielle Steel novels dating back to the first one someone dropped on me at school, when her mother was about to throw out some books. Very much a product lx its times, a whirlwind melodrama with more ellipses than you can shake a stick at Jan 16, Curlyhair rated it really liked it Shelves: Really enjoyed this, years ago, when I read it.
Jan 29, Brandy rated it liked it Shelves: This was a good book, but I had some major issues with it. The book started out focused on Eteel and then moved to Tana but I wish it had more of the mother in it. Billy should have also been punished or revenged somehow for the rape. She also should have stayed in touch with Sharon Blake’s parents or maybe had Sharon’s son come looking for Tana.
Apr 26, Amanda rated it it was amazing. I loved this story! I loved how strong and brave Steel always makes her characters. Dseeo definitely one to read over again.
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Apr 10, Edlira Dibrani rated it it was amazing. One of the best books I have ever read. I recommend it to everyone: Sep 27, Kellie rated it really liked it Shelves: When I was reading Danielle Steele, I loved her books.
I was obsessed with her books. Not I can’t even pick up one of her books.
Sep 29, Stasha rated it it was amazing. I really liked it. The main character really did come full circle. Tana endured so much, yet she overcame it all and things turned out better than she could have imagined. Some of the relationship experiences she went through mirrored some in my own life, so it was nice being a reader of it instead of being the person it happened to, even if it’s for a while Just goes to show that life does not care how much we plan; it can be so unpredictable.
So we just need to roll with the punches and hop I really liked it. So we just need to roll with the punches and hope for the best. Dec 05, Lisa rated it it was ok. My second to last prompt on the Pop Sugar reading challenge is a book that was a bestseller the year that I graduated from high school. This was the only book available immediately. It was better than I expected, but I have many problems with it. I hesitated to add tseel to Good Reads. The central character is great, but I have sanielle extremely hard time assuming that her career drl was so easy.
There is no way that a female attorney would have attained so many impressive positions in sreel early sevent My second to last prompt on the Pop Sugar reading challenge is a book that was a bestseller the year that I graduated dseeo high school. There is no way that a female attorney would have attained so many impressive positions in the early seventies.
It made no sense that she did not experience road blocks and sexual harassment. Dec 29, CRG rated it did not like it. This book is full of too many disgraceful events. Danielle Still is a great writer and because of it, the story is easy to read.
Well what can I say about this story.
But I will read this again. Aug 01, Ana Leal rated it it was amazing. The very first book I read of hers Jun 27, Alex rated it really liked it Shelves: One of her best. Jul 13, Dr. Dariush Shahrokh rated it liked it. La novela comienza con el embarazo repentino de una mujer llamada Jean.
En el resto de la novela, solo se habla de la vida de Tana, su hija. Pero el recorrido desseo hace, la madurez personal de la protagonista se torna muy real. Este es completamente satisfactorio. Por otro lado, debo resaltar las muertes.