Year of publication: 1996
Keywords: Children Contemporary Fate and fatalism Fiction General Historical Love stories Middle West Romance United States
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It was America in the fifties, a simpler place, a simpler time.THC GIFT “FEW MODERN WRITERS CONVEY THE PATHOS OF FAMILY AND MARITAL LIFE WITH SUCH HEARTFELT EMPATHY …DANIELLE STEEL HAS AGAIN UPLIFTED HER READERS WHILE SKILLFULLY COMMUNICATING SOME OF LIFE'S BITTERSWEET VERITIES. WHO COULD ASK FOR A FINER GIFT THAN THAT?” —Philadelphia Inquirer PRAISE FOR DANIELLE STEEL'STHE GIFT“AS A DANIELLE STEEL ADMIRER, I CONSIDER THIS BOOK TO BE HER FINEST. … A quiet, unforgettable series of family portraits … a book of reality and substance, a book of moral and truth, a book of love and supreme sacrifice.”—Winter Haven News-Chief (Fla.)A TOUCHING, SWEET AND SIMPLE STORY …The Gift is a departure from Ms. Steel's usual style and shows a great deal of depth.”—The Chattanooga TimesTHE GIFT IS STEEL TO PERFECTION…. THIS IS THE AUTHOR AT HER BEST.”—Booklist“A SIMPLE, POIGNANT STORY …Steel does a wonderful job of examining relationships and emotional ties. … A refreshing step back to an era when...