Top 10 Books by Danielle Steel

 

Danielle Fernandes Dominique Schuelein-Steel is an American novelist who has numerous works to her name. She is the best-selling author, currently alive, and the author of bestselling fictions of all times. She has published more than 130 books that have had record sales of over 650 million copies since 1973. The story of Daniel Steel is a very gripping one. Her books have been translated into more than 48 languages and have readership in about 28 countries. Her books dwell on less savory topics like suicide, war, loss, and divorce. Here is the list of best Daniel Steel Books in order.

 

The Gift

Through one of the popular novels of Daniel Steel, she has brought to life a beautiful relationship that is pure, innocent and delicate, with breathtaking intensity to it. The story is centered around a young woman who shoos away the darkness in the lives of all people she meets.

Read it For:
If you are a person who loves cute romance with an exciting storyline, the gift is indeed a book for you. The book is also a perfect whisk of thrill, mystery, and love.
Don't Read it For:
It is purely directed towards teens, and one can feel out of place effortlessly.
What makes this book stand out?:
The story is compassionate, inspiring and beautifully portrays the idea that there is some reason or role for everyone who enters your life and some are there only to bring you gifts.

Changes

Top TV anchorwoman, Melanie Adams, gives up on love after a failed marriage and an unhappy affair. With her twin boys and a hectic life, she has no room for a man in her life. Changes lead them to new places, new problems, and new people.

Read it For:
The storyline is typical and one can easily to relate to the story at some point in time. The story depicts human emotions nicely.
Don't Read it For:
The storyline and characters seem to be repetitive throughout the storyline, and one can get bored. There is a constant use of run-on sentences as well.
What makes this book stand out?:
The detailed description of characters, the plot and the storyline keep you fully immersed in the novel, and you will have a difficult time to keep the book down before you finish it.

The Long Road Home

The novel, Long Road Home is a story of courage, hope, and love. A perfect blend of abused, broken, dark childhood set in an aristocratic backdrop and a perplexing mix of terror, alienation, betrayal, and insecurity.

Read it For:
Throughout the whole book, there is a lot of twists and turns. It is an effortless read and very hard to put down.
Don't Read it For:
The book makes you feel angry, saddened and heartbroken, all at once. You may also lose hope. The style of writing too puts you off.
What makes this book stand out?:
Anyone who wants an unforgettable read must read this book. The story is full of pathos and easily grabs anyone’s attention.

Prodigal Son

Twin boys grow up in the same family and turn out to be enemies even at a very young age. One is good and another one bad. One leaves the peaceful hometown when everything fails, and returns to know many secrets.

Read it For:
The generic story plot and the storyline make you feel drawn towards the story. There are has a lot of instances that make you relate to it.
Don't Read it For:
The point that makes you turn the pages in excitement is missing in the book. The book received accolades and brickbats alike. When many found the book appealing, many claimed the book to be disappointing.
What makes this book stand out?:
Characters live in a make-believe world, and the way two diametrically opposite twin brothers grow up is entirely different.
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Big Girl

In Daniel Steel’s journey with Victoria Dawson, she explores the less known realms of unconventional beauty, sisterhood, family, and self-image. The table takes a turn when unimagined situations crop up.

Read it For:
It portrays heavily disputed matters in the most efficient way. The flashy and fun looking cover just adds to the beauty of the book. It is a book lot of people can relate to.
Don't Read it For:
The writing style is distracting and hinders any thought of empathy. The flow of ideas and sentences are also a little amiss.
What makes this book stand out?:
We all have problems with weight, and it is one of the less talked about nowadays. The story of a chubby little girl with blond hair, blue eyes, and ordinary looks is fascinating.

Until The End Of Time

The book renders a heart touching the story of a couple who has parallel destinies that merges them in the most astounding ways. It is one of Daniel Steel best books.

Read it For:
Love and fate are two irresistible forces that no one can evade. When they pull in two opposite directions, all it takes is courage, risk, and change to manifest your destiny and the idea is portrayed perfectly most beautifully.
Don't Read it For:
The two different stories that merge in the story. And it may seem a bit out of the league. The mediocre ending can also put you off. The second part with different characters is sometimes ridiculous.
What makes this book stand out?:
The story has two-fold set in 1975 and 2013 that meets in a whimsical setting that brings together two beautiful souls in a unique way.

Fall From Grace

Sydney Wall’s perfect wealthy life takes a somersault when her husband dies in an unexpected incident, and the story takes a new turn. The story is exciting and amuses you throughout the read.

Read it For:
The gripping storyline, fantastic plot, detailed description and an enchantingly beautiful way of writing keeps you going until you reach the very last page of the book.
Don't Read it For:
The storyline is too generic with the life of a wealthy woman taking a U-turn after her husband dies and she loses everything. The thread can be predictable sometimes.
What makes this book stand out?:
The sudden twists and turns are exciting. The struggle for freedom and safety also adds to the beauty of the book.

Undercover

Deception, lies and murder, the story is all about who you can trust. An exciting life in Manhattan, a much-respected job in a magazine, everything is snatched from the hero by an act of violence.

Read it For:
It emphasizes the importance of companionship, love, bonding, and togetherness. It is a natural read and keeps you inspired and motivated with its bittersweet ending.
Don't Read it For:
It has quite some violence and aggression that can put you off.
What makes this book stand out?:
The story thread has a perfect whisk of mystery, love, and aggression.

Lone Eagle

Love can be cure or pain, either way, it is an uphill task. The story has a despicable group of characters and a traumatized story thread presented interestingly.

Read it For:
To know the love and affection of a mother, to enjoy a good read and to understand the different facets of life one sees, Lone Eagle is the best choice.
Don't Read it For:
Repetitive sentences and ideas are the only drawbacks of the Lone Eagle, which is otherwise beautifully presented.
What makes this book stand out?:
Real life situations and scenarios make it interesting.

Jewels

Set in the times of war, the story paints a vivid picture in the reader’s mind.  Full of passion, conflict, emotion and international intrigue, there is no wonder that it is among the Daniel Steel’s bestsellers.

Read it For:
Passion, emotion, and intrigue. The book has got it all. Looking for an interesting story? This one is for you.
Don't Read it For:
If you are looking for an easy read, this one is not your cup of tea.
What makes this book stand out?:
A fantastic plot and storyline.

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