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.
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.
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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