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Fall From Grace #BookReview

Author : Danielle Steel

Publisher : Pan Macmillan India

Genre : Thriller, Mystery

Source : Publisher

Rating : 3 Stars

Summary : Sydney Wells’s perfect life with her wealthy, devoted husband vanishes when he dies suddenly in an accident.

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Thriller

New Release Book Review: The Cast by Danielle Steel

Title: The Cast

Author: Danielle Steel

Published: May 29th 2018

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

Pages: 400

Genres: Fiction, Contemporary

RRP: $29.99

Rating: 3 stars

Kait Whittier has built her magazine column into a hugely respected read followed by fans across the country.

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Contemporary Fiction

Celebs Use WordPress Too

A lot of people think WordPress is just a site to create a blog or start up a company’s page. However, this site has the power to do so much more. 257 more words

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Sisters Review

Rating: :star: (I would give less if I could)

Author: Danielle Steel 

Goodreads synopsis:  

Four sisters, a Manhattan brownstone, and a tumultuous year of loss and courage are at the heart of Danielle Steel’s new novel about a remarkable family, a stunning tragedy–and what happens when four very different young women come together under one very lively roof.  944 more words

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LONG ROAD HOME by Danielle Steel

Hey guys, so today’s review is about one of my favourite book by one of my favourite author Danielle Steel. She is an incredible writer and her books always make me fall in love over and over again. 185 more words

The Cast by Danielle Steele

Book – The Cast

Author – Danielle Steele

Publisher – Pan MacMillan

The Cast was my top read of May. I loved everything about the book and it was a perfect 5 star read for me. 240 more words

Book Review

HELLO JUNE! The 'who are you? Edition

Day planner once again activated…(Paulo Coelho-Freedom)

Unlimited free time…

Pondering…endless possibilities… ‘where’ ‘next’  ‘how’…

June…

In primary school it was what I used to countdown the beginning of summer days to be spent at the river diving off rocks into the deepest ‘blue hole’ we could find upstream or going to mango bush with my cousin and friends from 8 in the morning and only returning when the crickets started to sound louder, the shadows started to fall and the fear starts to set in of being last at the end of a single file which would certainly mean the ‘rolling calf’ would get to you first. 566 more words

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