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by Jan Maxwell,Barbara Taylor Bradford

  • Author: Jan Maxwell,Barbara Taylor Bradford
  • ISBN: 0553526030
  • ISBN13: 978-0553526035
  • ePub: 1714 kb | FB2: 1294 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Publisher: Random House Audio; Abridged edition (March 14, 2000)
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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Where You Belong ePub download

Barbara Taylor Bradford has written more than a dozen best-selling novels that have sold over 50 million copies worldwide. Filled with strong heroines, books such as Everything to Gain captivate readers with their exotic settings and thrilling romance.

Barbara Taylor Bradford has written more than a dozen best-selling novels that have sold over 50 million copies worldwide. After a childhood of parental neglect, Valentine Denning has finally found happiness through her career as a war Barbara Taylor Bradford has written more than a dozen best-selling novels that have sold over 50 million copies worldwide. Filled with strong heroines, books such as Everything to Gain captivate readers with their exotic settings and.

Barbara Taylor Bradford can always be relied on. to tell a good story. Bradford has a sharp eye for detail, her characters own some complexity, and. there’s a knowing quality to observations. The Chattanooga Times. Bradford is a sensitive and intelligent writer. Los Angeles Herald Examiner. of the contemporary novel. News-Progress (Chase City, V.

Where You Belong is a moving story about a young woman's realization of her own inner strength and her ability to find her way to where she belongs in. .There has never been a Barbara Taylor Bradford book that I haven't loved.

Where You Belong is a moving story about a young woman's realization of her own inner strength and her ability to find her way to where she belongs in life.

Barbara Taylor Bradford's unique blend of passion and intrigue has made her one of the most cherished .

Barbara Taylor Bradford's unique blend of passion and intrigue has made her one of the most cherished storytellers in the world. Val Denning, a willowy war photographer, left her American family-and cruelly unloving mother-for a life abroad and a life of danger. But Val's dazzling world of work, risk, and love has suddenly come apart.

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Barbara Taylor Bradford OBE (born May 10, 1933) is an English novelist. Bradford was born in Leeds, West Yorkshire as the only child of Freda and Winston Taylor

Barbara Taylor Bradford OBE (born May 10, 1933) is an English novelist. Her 1979 debut, "A Woman of Substance", ranks as one of the top-ten bestselling novels in history, with more than 30 million copies in print. Factdate September 2008 She is also the first author in publishing history to record 23 consecutive bestselling novels in both the US and the UK. Biography. Bradford was born in Leeds, West Yorkshire as the only child of Freda and Winston Taylor

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3 Cassettes, 5 hours 15 minutesOn the heels of her bestselling A Sudden Change of Heart, here is a new novel from blockbuster author Barbara Taylor Bradford- about a woman finding herself and her place in life...in love...and in the world.Valentine (Val) Denning is a young American photojournalist on the frontlines in Pec (a town in Kosovo), where she and her two colleagues--the British Tony Hampton and the American Jake Newburg--are covering the war.  In a nightmarish ambush, all three are shot, and it is only when Val wakes up in a Belgrade hospital that she finds out that Tony, her lover, is dead.  Equally upsetting, when she and Jake go to Tony's funeral it becomes clear that Tony was still married and Val never knew.  In the wake of this traumatic event, Val goes home to New York City where she realizes that her recent experiences have not only thrown her life in turmoil, but also dramatically shifted her perspective about her future.The captivating narrative and page-turning excitement that have made Barbara Taylor Bradford an international bestseller are at their strongest here- especially as she grapples with world-scale issues: the horrors of war and how they can devastate families, lovers, countries.More than anything, Where You Belong is about a young woman's realization of her own inner strength and her ability to find her way in the world.  With her signature compassion and narrative power, Barbara Taylor Bradford will once again capture the hearts of millions of readers.
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IN PERFECT CONDITION
Xtani
Excellent writer
Ranicengi
There has never been a Barbara Taylor Bradford book that I haven't loved. I wish all of her old books were now available on the Kindle.
Mmsa
Great story again by Bradford !!
Mbon
Have not read it as yet, but I am trying to get through the 12 books, I ordered and have really Loved all of them!!!
Manemanu
I normally have lower standards for audio books but this book was so bad that I even noticed its badness listening to the audio version.
The narrator goes on and on about how she hates her mother denying any love for her, yet she never gives any example of how this was done. Did her mom never come to her graduation...didn't take her to school the first day...what? Over and over she repeats the same line about denial of love, but never gives any example that would make us sympathize. The main character seems to be well-balanced otherwise and fairly compassionate, so it does not fit that her mother's very legitimate explanation does nothing to sway her hatred.
BTB also throws in tons of subplots for no apparent reason and with no or weak resolution: - who inherits Lowell's? - why was the painter thrown in at the end? - why was the abused french girl there at all? Did she and Mike finally get together? (the convenient killing of the husband was a cop-out) - were the bosses' of these two slacker photojournalists really ok with them hanging around the south of france and New York for months and months without doing any work and keeping their jobs? Were they paid during this time? - what happened to the brother and fiance? - did the mom die? - did the Lowell's IPO happen? - did they ever finish the photo book?
This book was incredibly sloppy and annoying.
MegaStar
While on assignment in the Balkans, Valentine, a war photographer and her co-worker and love, Tony from England (considered as good as the famous Robert Capa), they were caught in the crossfire, and he was killed. She stayed on in Paris as a matter of integrity. As she was recuperating from her injuries, she discovered that he had told her lies to coverup the truth of his background and past. With him gone, she struggled to find a place where she felt that she belonged in this life as she'd already decided not to return home to New York.

She was always on the fun to find her purpose in life. Some secrets break your heart if you let them. Others can set you free. It took some time for her to come to terms with herself and her own unhappy childhood. Her mother had kept an important secret from her also. With Jake, their longtime friend and photojournalist, she could verbally grieve Tony's untimely death and, as in 'The Piano.' she realized that she had loved the wrong man. Fate had intervened and she and Jake were like Eddie and Elizabeth in 1958 after the death of the man they both had loved. It was a question of trust.

After being so deceived by one, could she let down her guard to trust another man. She could keep running from her past or love the man she's with. He is offering her the opportunity of starting a new life with someone w ho truly loves her and is able to understand her deep grief of losing the one she had loved with all her heart. Foolishly, he felt that he is man enough to fill the hole left in her heart and soul. Her inspiration to live had hit the dust, so how can she ever feel complete again. I could not stick a Band-Aid on my psychic wounds and hope they would evenetually heal. Who could deal with a woman like that? She was just a younger vresion of hre irrational mother but not willing to make the same mistakes.

She must now make her own decisions and work out a new life for herself in her career by her own rules. Never underestimate the power of a determined woman and her ability to develop a sudden change of heart. You can love many men; the tragedy is when they don't love you back. Ms. Bradford has written several books about strong women. I loved her first 'A Woman of Substance' and its sequel, 'Hold the Dream.'
I first bought this book and then read the reviews. I was disappointed when I read them; I thought I had wasted my money. But when I read the book I couldn't understand why so many people didn't like it. Reading a book written in first person instead of third was different but I found that I liked it. It was almost like Val had written a long letter to me telling me about her life. As for the conflict with her mother and brother, I didn't think it was overwritten. After all if you are telling someone about your life you will more than likely tell more details than if someone else was telling your story. They wouldn't know everything to tell. I felt sorry for Val when she found out about Tony's deception, and I don't know if I'd feel the same way had this book been written third person. You must have an open mind when you read this as there aren't a lot of books written in this style. I haven't read but one other book by this author so I can't really compare this book to her others but I really don't think that is too fair to do considering this was written in a different style. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did!
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