In the world of writing there are very few household names. Immediately J.K. Rowling, John Steinback, and C.S. Lewis come to mind. But, also, maybe reluctantly so, so does Danielle Steel. And for good reason.
Steel’s novels have been translated into 28 languages and can be found in 47 countries across the globe. The books, often described as “formulaic,” tend to involve the characters in a crisis of some sort which threatens their relationship. Many of her characters are considered over-the-top, making her books seem less realistic. The novels sometimes explore the world of the “rich and famous” and frequently deal with serious life issues, like illness, death, loss, family crises, and relationships.
Despite the harsh criticism, her books continue to top best seller lists and have a huge following. Maybe that’s why this woman in Coatesville feels like she can rake in $300 for her lot of Steel novels.
My Mother had a passion for reading and one of her favorite authors was Danielle Steel. She collected these books over the years until her passing 2 years ago. I do not have the time to read them myself, so I thought someone else would enjoy them…They are in Excellent Condition, no torn or dog eared pages, sleeves are in excellent condition also. Total of 48 Books.
Her collection dates back 30 years and includes releases as recent as 2009. It’s actually pretty remarkable…that is if you’re willing to admit that you read this “over the top,” trash. Which I’m not ready to do yet.