Year of publication: 2005
Keywords: Adult child abuse victims Child abuse Child abuse - Fiction Contemporary Danielle - Prose & Criticism Fiction Fiction - General General Large type books Love stories New York (N.Y.) New York (N.Y.) - Fiction Psychological fiction Romance Romance - Contemporary Romance: Modern Steel Women authors Women authors - Fiction
The long road home
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A story of the dark side of childhood and one woman's unbreakable spiritPRAISE FOR DANIELLE STEEL“A LITERARY PHENOMENON… and not to be pigeonholed as one who produces a predictable kind of book.”—The Detroit News“There is a smooth reading style to her writings which makes it easy to forget the time and to keep flipping the pages.”—The Pittsburgh Press“Ms. Steel excels at pacing her narrative, which races forward.”—Nashville Banner“One counts on Danielle Steel for A STORY THAT ENTERTAINS AND INFORMS.”—The Chattanooga Times“STEEL IS AT THE TOP OF HER BESTSELLING FORM.”—Houston Chronicle“It's nothing short of amazing that even after [dozens of] novels, Danielle Steel can still come up with a good new yarn.”—The Star-Ledger (Newark)HIGH PRAISE FOR DANIELLE STEEL'S THE LONG ROAD HOME“HARROWING… HAUNTING.’—People“Steel's fans should be pleased with this story that reveals the power of forgiveness, the shame of child abuse and the spirit of survival.”—Rising Sun Herald (Md.)“A GRIPPING...