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Fiction
Author: Danielle Steel
ISBN: 0345531280
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Pages 336 pages
Publisher Delacorte Press; Limited edition (May 3, 2011)
Language English
Category: Fiction
Rating: 4.2
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by Danielle Steel


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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading 44 Charles Street: A Novel. I don't know if Steel is one person or-like Carolyn Keene-a bunch of hacks keeping a brand alive.

44 Charles Street book. A magical transformation takes place in Danielle Steel’s luminous new novel: strangers become roommates, roommates become friends, and friends become a family in a turn-of-the-century house in Manhattan’s West Village. The plumbing was prone to leaks, the furniture rescued from garage sales.

The house at 44 Charles Street fills with laughter, heartbreak, and hope-and in the hands of master storyteller Danielle .

The house at 44 Charles Street fills with laughter, heartbreak, and hope-and in the hands of master storyteller Danielle Steel, it’s a place those who visit will never want to leave. A magical transformation takes place in Danielle Steel’s luminous novel: Strangers become roommates, roommates become friends, and friends become a family in a turn-of-the-century house in Manhattan’s West Village. And every square inch was being devotedly restored to its original splendor-even as a relationship fell to pieces.

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A magical transformation takes place in Danielle Steel's luminous new novel: strangers become roommates, roommates become friends, and friends become a family in a turn-of-the-century house in Manhattan's West Village. My wife has all of Danielle Steels books in hard cover so I bought this book for her. She plans on having every book that she writes and she does so far.

This book is a work of fiction and, except in the case of historical fact, any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

Over their year together, the house at 44 Charles Street fills with laughter, heartbreak and hope. Danielle Fernande Schuelein-Steel was born on Aug. 14, 1947, in New York City. publishing phenomenon Danielle Steel saw her 32nd novel, Accident, occupy the Publishers Weekly list of best-selling hardcover fiction for 15 consecutive weeks.

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This cloth-bound special edition of Danielle Steel’s 44 Charles Street is enhanced with gold leaf, comes with a special slip case, and is signed by the author.A magical transformation takes place in Danielle Steel’s luminous new novel: Strangers become roommates, roommates become friends, and friends become a family in a turn-of-the-century house in Manhattan’s West Village. The plumbing leaked; the furniture was rescued from garage sales. And every inch was being restored to its original splendor—even as a relationship fell apart. Owner of a struggling art gallery and newly separated from her boyfriend, Francesca Thayer does the math and then the unimaginable. She puts out an advertisement for boarders, and soon her Greenwich Village house becomes a whole new world. First comes Eileen, a pretty L.A. transplant, now a New York City schoolteacher. Then there’s Chris, a young father struggling for custody of his seven-year-old son. The final tenant is Marya, a celebrated cookbook author hoping to heal after the death of her husband. Over the course of one amazing, unforgettable, life-changing year, the house at 44 Charles Street fills with laughter, heartbreak, and, always, hope. In the hands of master storyteller Danielle Steel, it’s a place those who visit will never want to leave.
BoberMod
This book was great because it convinced me I can save a ton of time and money by not reading any more Danielle Steel books.

I tried this because I like the trope of gathering diverse people under one roof and making a story out of it (roommates, inns, hotels...). This story wasn't so bad but the writing was...ungodly. I don't know if Steel is one person or--like Carolyn Keene--a bunch of hacks keeping a brand alive. I kind of suspect that she is one person who is getting older because this writing reminds me of my 70 year old mother who keeps repeating herself when telling anecdotes.

"You remember Mary, she's your age. She's a nurse at your grandmother's nursing home. I saw her yesterday. She looks good for being forty. I saw her when I went to visit grandma; She was working there. As a nurse, not a volunteer." Etc.

The writing is just so repetitious. At one point Steele spends 5 pages saying the same piece of information over and over again. It's painful and it's a shame. It could've have been edited down into a great novella because the story was fine. But I'd advise that unless you are goldfish you skip this.
Adrierdin
Similar to her lull she had previous to Prodigal Son, however, it marks some parts as suspenseful. I read it on an audiobook version, so it was more engaging than perhaps if i had read it as is.
Hidden Winter
Im outraged that this book is listed on the NYT Bestseller List. This is NOT EVEN mediocre fiction. This reads like a rambling repetitive disjointed outine of an outline for an unknown authors first attempt at writing fiction. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY. Im so angry about being duped that I may write the publisher to demand my money back. I am certainly going to let Amazon.com know that this book is a con job. I gave it 1 star. It deserves less than zero.
anonymous
Loved the novel and it is actually the first time I have read Danielle Steel, 'though she had been around for decades. I do love novels that use Manhattan as their set...and this one uses Greenwich Village, so that adds even more pleaseure to my reading. Several unlikely people (with some problems going on in their lives) end up sharing a lovely home in the village. Their varied stories blend and their ability to help each other through numerous challenges ultimately provides a delightful, informative, and heart-warming story.
Rocksmith
This the only Danielle Steel book that I've ever found disappointing. The story was very slow going and hardly
Interesting. Maybe she was in a slump when she wrote
This. Buy really she should have discarded it rather than
Put her name to it.
Xtintisha
I felt that the autor repeated everything unneccessarily and it made the storytelling boring. For example, she went on an on about how Francesca loved Todd but she also knew that he wasn't right for her, in different parts of the book. It felt like she had to fill a required number of pages and not like she had a story to tell. Also the story itself was completely predictable and plain.
komandante
I would recommend this to any Danielle Steel lover. She is starting to write differently now and not the same old love loss, find a new love story.
44 Charles Street has many twists and turns and keeps you wanting to turn the page to see what will happen next.
Easy reading and a wonderful story line about people meeting people and turning it into a family.
I am very happy that I purchased this novel, and it will not be a disappointment to anyone.
As with the lion's share of Danielle Steels later novels, they are all totally predictable. Her writing ability seems to be diminishing greatly as the years go by. Perhaps it's time for retirement Danielle? The book just droned on and on and it wasn't really necessary to identify her characters in every paragraph. Pretty boring, rotten read in my opinion.