The House by Danielle Steel Paperback Book


Rent The House

Author: Danielle Steel

Format: Mass Market Paperback, Abridged-CD, Unabridged-CD

Publisher: Bantam Books

Published: Jan 2007

Genre: Fiction - Literary

Retail Price: $7.99

Pages: 448


When a young woman receives an unexpected inheritance, she chooses to spend it in an unusual way: restoring, down to every last detail, a luxurious and elegant old house that has fallen into vast disrepair. Along the way, she discovers much about the fascinating history of the house, along with a few truths about herself and the world around her. Fans of Danielle Steel will find the bestselling authoress in fine form here, as in her 66th novel, Steel transforms one woman's restoration project into a singular journey of self-discovery.

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BookLender review by Julie on 2009-03-07 16:31:19

I enjoyed listenting to this book. Danielle Steel is easy to listen to, I was very happy to find Sarah buying the house and finding a new love. A nice change from thrillers I also listen to.

BookLender review by Debby on 2007-06-25 22:48:57

Every so often, I take breaks from my addiction to Mysteries/Thrillers. So, I read a 'chick book'. This one was actually one of the better books by Danielle Steel.

BookLender review by Nancy on 2007-04-18 15:30:46

This is definitely not one of Danielle Steel's best. It is repetitive, very predictable and shallow.