Sunday, March 15, 2015

Prodigal Son by Danielle Steel

Prodigal SonProdigal Son by Danielle Steel
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The main character Jack gets caught in the middle of the Wall Street meltdown and his life begins to unravel. He loses his job, his money and now his wife wants a divorce. Seemingly at his lowest point, he decides to visit his old family vacation cottage and this decision sets off a series of events that will change not only his life, but it will shock and devastate a small town. As Jack tries to come to terms with his estranged twin brother, he finally has hope for reconciliation but his nephew is convinced that Michael is evil and Jack is forced to decide what he really believes about his brother. Danielle Steel is a master at escape and this new novel is a fun break from reality. Prodigal Son has a darker theme than most of her work, but it is engaging and a fun read. It was somewhat predictable with an overly convenient ending in true corny Danielle Steel fashion, but I enjoyed this book.

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