No. This was my first Danielle Steel book.
Slow & uninspired
This book was a platform for the author to tell us the correct way to handle life's situations - affairs, working mothers, homosexuality, children out of wedlock, breast cancer - and, by the way, having tons of money makes everything o.k. I'm not saying I disagree with the author's viewpoints, I just don't appreciate spending my time being preached at in a thinly veiled attempt at fiction.
Both the author and the narrator transform what could be very dry material into an entertaining narrative. It's unfortunate that the author felt compelled to include two snarky, small-minded political references in the book. This aside, I recommend the book as food for thought & hopefully, a little backyard action.
If you already have Think & Grow Rich, there's really no need to get this book. While this book has a few fresh nuggets of inspiration, the core of it shows what a rich, concise book Think & Grow Rich is.
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