Friends Forever

Friends Forever

A Novel

Large Print - 2012
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Forging inseparable bonds in childhood that reinforce them throughout their teen years, two girls and three boys go their separate ways as adults and encounter respective tragedies and transformations.
Publisher: New York : Random House Large Print, 2012
Edition: Large print ed
ISBN: 9780307990655
0307990656
Branch Call Number: LT FICTION STEEL DANIELL
Characteristics: 369 p. (large print) ; 24 cm
Alternative Title: Friends forever

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texasbooks
Aug 30, 2016

This is a great story about five friends who met as children and grew up together thru the ups and downs of their lives!!

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rambone
Jan 08, 2016

Disappointing! I used to be an avid Danielle Steel fan starting with The Promise. But, over time, I became bored with similar, predictable plots. I still believe Ms. Steel is a talented writer, but she took some wrong turns. Her writing appears lazy, as if it needs to be better plotted, refined, and edited. I wonder if she should consider finally using a word processor, instead of an outdated typewriter when writing her novels. Then, it'd be easier to make much-needed editing changes. I probably won't read any more of her books, but I still wish her the best.

IMolina3 Feb 04, 2014

sweet story of friends..

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scrubble4
Sep 19, 2013

One of the most disappointing novels. There are 5 key young people with 3 peripheral young people making a total of 8. 4 of these young people are killed off in this novel. When your main emotional tickle is the death of half of the key characters it seems to me lazy writing. The story line of 5 youngsters meeting in kindergarten and forming a deep friendship that travels throughout life is lovely and full of potential for a great story. It did not materialize.

theliebsjk Aug 04, 2013

Boring! She's getting more and more un-interesting as her books come out, which is a shame. This one was just ramblings really, a thin plot and was a real snooze-fest. And depressing. Don't waste your time.

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carmentpb
Jul 22, 2013

Excelent book easy to read

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jmdeinken
Jul 22, 2013

I have to say I was less than impressed with this story. In typical Danielle Steel fashion, the story is about affluent people, but this time with a bit of a twist by making it about the children of affluent families. I like the concept of this story; however, didn't like the way the story progessed and ended. She could have done so much more with this story. 3 out of 10 for me.

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scotty2
Mar 25, 2013

Loved all her books in general but I had a hard time to follow this book. I returned it to library without finishing it. But I will try reading it again. Not up to par I thought.
What a great writer and person so dedicated to her family, her children and her books.
Geri

ladydebv Mar 01, 2013

I did not like this book.. almost did not finish it, but decided that I should give it a shot. I was very surprised at the story line being SO very unbelievable. I have not read Danielle steel for years, but used to read EVERY one of her books when they came out. This one was a huge disappointment. I had a very difficult time with the writing style as well. I cannot figure out why she chose to begin so many sentences with the word AND.. That really drove me crazy. It was just not a very realistic story and I would not recommend it. Story was a bit over the top. Could so many bad things REALLY happen to one group of friends??? I don't think so and I surely hope not!

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pulaski1
Feb 26, 2013

True...this book was very depressing!

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