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Roberta Still posts on 1/1/2012
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shen posts on 6/9/2009 4:18:06 PM
i must say that this book, among many other DS are just without a doubt spectacular. this was my first DS book, and since then which is over 7 yrs ago, i just can't get enough of her books. Great job DS. A job well done!
posts on 9/11/2006 1:41:11 PM
i just got done reading "The Long Road Home" and i have to say this is like the best book i have read in like 2 years. in this book there was no boreing parts in it. your like my favorite writer other than Dave Pezler. but anyways i love this book.
Ayisha posts on 11/5/2005 2:17:07 PM
I'm doing a summary on the Long Road Home but since it has been a long time since i read the book i have forgotten the characters. I would've bought the book but none of the book stores have it. So plz i'm on a deadline could you tell me the name of Gabrielle's parents, the priest, the doctor, and the old man who was killed by Steve, and could you verify if i stated Steve name correctly. I would really appreciate your help.
Anatoly Greenberg posts on 7/24/2005 10:33:32 AM
The story about Lila, inspired by "The
Long Road Home" was not full. All be-
gan in early 1983 when Lila got a slap
from her mother and was forced to go to school with suffered cheek (her mother reckoned that her fellows will
leave and even abuse her,but the effect was opposite).On a next day Lila was walking with nanny and her
husband, and a girl from the First
Compartment (the school was divided to
compartments for rich and for poorer)
began to tease her. Rick, nanny's hus-
band, thrashed this rich girl,for which he was arrested. The nanny fell
under threat of deprivation of mater-
nal rights,but she was taken by Mrs.
Millicent, whose daughter was Lila's
friend, and began to take care on her
twins. Annie, Amanita's (Lila's mother's) maid, who delivered to Mil-
licent all information, was beaten
and forced to go shopping with bruised face (she and her babies were
thrown out from the mall)... Two months after, Rick was hanged, Lila
got fever, and her teacher Theresa
took care on her and even declared a
strike, protesting against Amanita's
cruelties and arbitrariness of the rich compartment.
TO BE CONTINUED...
Louise Jones posts on 7/23/2005 10:09:08 AM
I love her books and read many of them.
I am 83 and donot remember if the book was written recently or not. Would like title of books written after 2001.
tradagy posts on 5/31/2005 2:07:09 PM
this book was great i dont spend hours on end reading books but i absoulutly love this one. out of all danielle steels books this one is #1
Nicole posts on 5/30/2005 4:58:33 PM
I dont like reading books at all until I saw my mom reading this book one day and she told me to read it when and when I did i fell in love with it!!! It has love,sadness & every feeling in it!! JOHNNY ANGEL<3333 best book!
Greenberg Anatoly posts on 4/29/2005 6:35:54 PM
I have a novel in which one subject is
similar to this one in "The Long Road
Home". Lila, daughter of a film star, is also abused by her mother, and her
defenders also suffer: her nanny's
husband is put to death, her school
teacher is sold to brothel because she
lowered mark for conduct to Lila's
classmate who threatened her: when Lila tried to defend her governess, she was shot and deprived of medical
treatment (she got it in the USSR).
Afterwards this film star orders to
demolish houses of nanny and maid, and
burn the home-personnel agency with its clerks... One years after, a So-viet doctor who saved Lila was tortured to death, and Lila was shot
and thrown to a lime pit.
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