Prodigal Son

Prodigal Son

A Novel

Large Print - 2015
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"Fraternal twin brothers Peter and Michael McDowell have spent a lifetime competing for success and affection before that competition turned into an all-out war and made the brothers mortal enemies. While both Peter and Michael have grown into successful adults, they never managed to leave behind the animosity that took root in their childhood. With the collapse of his career and his marriage, Peter sees no other option than to move into the lake cottage his parents left him in their will--a place where he and Michael spent their summers and the only place that sparks pleasant memories of his childhood. It's there that Peter and Michael's lives intersect, as they begin to make peace with the past"--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : Random House Large Print, [2015]
Edition: First large print edition.
Copyright Date: ♭2015
ISBN: 9780804194624
0804194629
Characteristics: 395 pages

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joyce7382
Feb 16, 2017

Another great book to read from D.S. I just love the whole story.

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barryandlinda
Jul 18, 2016

I really like this book. It is about two brothers who are twins, but opposite of each other. The story tells all of the problems they had growing up in a small town. One brother, Michael, becomes a doctor, like his dad, while the other, Peter, becomes a very rich man working in New York on Wall Street. When Peter loses everything, including his wife, who divorcs him, when the stock market crashes, he heads to Ware, MA to live in the cottage. He becomes part of Michael's life again, but feels like something isn't right. When Michael's wife who is bedridden almost all of the time becomes seriously ill, he has to question whether Michael's affections again. Love this book.

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SaturdayLibrarian
Apr 27, 2016

Reading Danielle Steel is like traveling down a familiar road. You know where you're going to end up, but there might be some twists and turns along the way. This book definitely had some twists I didn't see coming and a touch of mystery and surprise that I like.

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BeckyR21
Jan 17, 2016

I haven't read Danielle Steel in many years. This book was a quick, easy read. Fairly predictable, and as others have noted, quite repetitive.

It will probably be many more years before I pick up another, if ever.

Great if you want to read a book over the weekend.

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schillea8
Nov 13, 2015

This novel was one of Steel's better stories- the plot and suprising twists involving the two brothers made for an interesting read with a bit of suspense and intrigue.

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weezie1
Sep 08, 2015

This is an excellent novel. I think it is one of her best book that I have read in awhile. Danielle Steel just keeps getting better as the time goes on.

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hegneyr
Jul 21, 2015

One of her best books. Fast moving. Read it in 2 days. Lovely ending.

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cmb8
Jun 20, 2015

predicable but steel always tells a good story

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writermala
May 22, 2015

This is an intriguing plot and would have made for an excellent book. Unfortunately, it drags on rather predictably which detracts from its value. The book progresses and ends in true Danielle Steel fashion so in that sense it probably delivers what the reader expects.

Dina_18 Mar 27, 2015

My first Danielle Steel book and I was very impressed. Was a great story. Enjoyed and would recommend.

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