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Author:
Danielle Steel
ISBN13:
978-0385317092
ISBN:
0385317093
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Publisher:
Delacorte Press; First Edition edition (June 29, 1999)
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Subcategory:
Genre Fiction
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1196 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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162

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Granny dan. Praise for. A LITERARY PHENOMENO. nd not to be pigeonholed as one who produces a predictable kind of book. The Detroit News . THE PLOTS OF DANIELLE STEEL'S NOVELS TWIST AND WEAVE as incredible stories unfold to the glee and delight of her enormous reading public. The Chattanooga Times . Steel writes convincingly about universal human emotions.

This is the only Danielle Steel book I've read and it's doubtful I'll be reading others. This is a really hokey love story. And it is, but I continued to read it anyway.

Praise for Danielle Steel. Steel is one of the best! -Los Angeles Times. Few modern writers convey the pathos of family and material life with such heartfelt empathy. The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Only 8 left in stock (more on the way). Only 10 left in stock (more on the way). Praise for Danielle Steel.

He had no idea where she'd been, or what she'd done, so he was relieved at least that she was sleeping, until he looked at her a little closer. blue, and when he took her pulse, he panicked, and then tried to wake her, and found he couldn't. She was not sleeping, he realized, she was deeply unconscious. And when, out of instinct, if nothing more medical, he pulled her covers back, he saw that she was lying in a pool of blood that had spread all around her. She had been hemorrhaging for hours

Granny Dan is about the magic of history. In it, Danielle Steel reminds us how little we know of those who came before us-and how, if we could only glimpse into their early lives, and see who they once were, there is so much we would understand and learn.

Granny Dan is about the magic of history. For in this extraordinary novel, a simple box, filled with mementos from a grandmother, offers the greatest legacy of all: an unexpected gift of a life transformed, a long-forgotten history of youth and beauty, love and dreams.

бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. In my eyes she had always been old, always been mine, always been Granny Dan. But in another time, another place, there had been dancing, people, laughter, love. She had had another life before she came to us, long before she came to m. .She was the cherished grandmother who sang songs in Russian, loved to roller-skate, and spoke little of her past. But when Granny Dan died, all that remained was a box wrapped in brown paper, tied with string. Inside, an old pair of satin toe shoes, a gold locket, and a stack of letters tied with ribbon

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In my eyes she had always been old, always been mine, always been Granny Dan. But in another time, another place, there had been dancing, people, laughter, love. . . . She had had another life before she came to us, long before she came to me. . . . She was the cherished grandmother who sang songs in Russian, loved to roller-skate, and spoke little of her past. But when Granny Dan died, all that remained was a box wrapped in brown paper, tied with string. Inside, an old pair of satin toe shoes, a gold locket, and a stack of letters tied with ribbon. It was her legacy, her secret past, waiting to be discovered by the granddaughter who loved her but never really knew her. It was a story waiting to be told. . . . The year was 1902. A new century was dawning as a motherless young girl arrived at a ballet school in St. Petersburg, Russia, at the age of seven. By age seventeen, Danina Petroskova had become a great ballerina, a favorite of the Czar and Czarina, who welcomed her into the heart of the Imperial family. But events both near and far away shook the ground upon which she danced. A war, an extraordinary man, and a devastating illness altered the course of her life. And when revolution shattered Russia, Danina Petroskova was forced to make a heartbreaking choice—as the world around her was about to change forever.Granny Dan is about the magic of history. In it, Danielle Steel reminds us how little we know of those who came before us—and how, if we could only glimpse into their early lives, and see who they once were, there is so much we would understand and learn. For in this extraordinary novel, a simple box, filled with mementos from a grandmother, offers the greatest legacy of all: an unexpected gift of a life transformed, a long-forgotten history of youth and beauty, love and dreams.
  • Nice easy going book to read.. I enjoy all of her books. They are easy fat reading books that I download now on my iPad when I go some where . I would recommend this book for readers. They books will take about 7 to 8 hrs to read. Enjoy reading them. !!

  • Good reading again the history of the Russian Imperial Family. Russian ballet has always amazed me. This book describes what great sacrifice people make although sad that the younger generation oft time forget about their grandparents.

  • It was an amazing story. People perceive you one way (especially family) and all the while there is a completely different side of you that only you know about. That was Granny Dan!

  • Wonderful story line, a total surprise, the young girl growing into a young lady, the sacrifices she made to become the best. The secret's she took with her, the courage to leave everything behind and come to a new land, to start a new life. Great story.

  • I liked it . Great story and storyline a little hard to follow at first. But I have read all of her books.

  • I read this for book group. Figured that I should read at least ONE Danielle Steele, seeing as she is so popular. Well, it does prove that you can re-word the same sentences 20-30 times and there are people who will keep reading. "She worked hard. She worked VERY hard. How hard she worked!" "She had never really gotten to know Granny Dan. No, she hadn't. All those years, and she didn't know her. She thought she was just an old lady. My, how she wished she had known Granny Dan."
    This woman takes up with a married doctor in the early 1900s and apparently neither can figure out that this causes babies. Oh, but "they were careful." In 1910? HOW? But not to worry, her life is saved with a blood transfusion. Must have gone forward in time to after WWII, when Karl Landsteiner perfected the technique. Ah, well, back to working very hard. Until it's time for another retrospect where the granddaughter explains again to the reader that she never really knew Granny Dan.
    This is a four-martini beach read. As in, if you're completely blasted and still trying to follow a plot, Ms. Steele will make sure you didn't miss it.

  • I love St.Petersburg, Russia and the history of granny Dan was set there. Great and probably true story.

  • A fast read, but for me, totally enjoyable. I knew the outcome of course, because I know the history of the Czar and his family, but still I couldn't put it down, drawn in by the characters and impending heartbreak.