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By Danielle Steel | Comments: ( 281 ) | Date: ( Jul 06, 2020 )

Christianna er prinsesse i et lille europ isk fyrsted mme, hvor hun lever en meget beskyttet tilv relse p slottet Hendes fremtid ligger i faste rammer, og udsigten til blot at v re en royal kransekagefigur huer hende ikke Hun savner indhold i sit liv og dr mmer om at engagere sig i humanit rt n dhj lpsarbejde Hun er opsat p at g re en forskel og overtaler sin far, fyrChristianna er prinsesse i et lille europ isk fyrsted mme, hvor hun lever en meget beskyttet tilv relse p slottet Hendes fremtid ligger i faste rammer, og udsigten til blot at v re en royal kransekagefigur huer hende ikke Hun savner indhold i sit liv og dr mmer om at engagere sig i humanit rt n dhj lpsarbejde Hun er opsat p at g re en forskel og overtaler sin far, fyrsten, til at lade hende arbejde som volont r for R de Kors.Under en br ndende afrikansk sol arbejder Christianna med ofre for aids, og hun trives med arbejdet p trods af den daglige konfrontation med sygdom og elendighed Hun forelsker sig hovedkulds i Parker Williams fra L ger uden Gr nser, men han kender ikke hendes sande baggrund og historie Da uroligheder og vold invaderer n dhj lpslejren, og Christiannas sikkerhed og frihed trues, m hun tage hjem efter ordre fra familien De to elskende m nu k mpe for deres k rlighed fra hver deres ende af verden, og Christianna m tage ansvar for sit eget liv, som p t sk bnesvangert jeblik forandres for altid

  • Title: Prinsessen
  • Author: Danielle Steel
  • ISBN: 9788711431016
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Danielle Steel

Since 1981, Ms Steel has been a permanent fixture on the New York Times hardcover and paperback bestseller lists In 1989, she was listed in the Guinness Book of World Records for having at least one of her books on the Times bestseller list for 381 consecutive weeks But Guinness was premature The fact is that one or of Ms Steel s novels have been on the New York Times bestseller list for over 390 consecutive weeks Twenty one of Ms Steel s novels have been adapted for television, each earning high ratings and critical acclaim, including two Golden Globe nominations for JEWELS, a four hour mini series that starred Anthony Andrews In addition, Ms Steel is the author of the Max and Martha series of books for young readers They are ten illustrated storybooks written to comfort the young as they face problems, such as a new stepfather, new baby, new school, loss of a grandparent, and other crucial dilemmas in a child s life She has also written the Freddie books, four of them, about real life situations in children s lives, like a visit to the doctor and the first night away from home Ms Steel has also written nonfiction, HIS BRIGHT LIGHT, about the life and death of her son Nicholas Traina, released by Delacorte Press in September 1998 and immediately jumped to the New York Times Non Fiction bestseller list and Having a Baby She has also written a book of poetry entitled LOVE POEMS BY DANIELLE STEEL In 2002, Ms Steel was decorated by the French government as an Officier of the distinguished Order of Arts and Letters, for her lifetime contribution to world culture She was awarded the second highest rank of the Order Ms Steel also has a passionate interest in emerging contemporary artists She has had an art gallery for several years, and and continues to sponsor and organize free lance art shows and events to show the work of emerging and mid career artists She has a degree in design herself In addition to her writing, Ms Steel has varied philanthropic interests She founded and runs two foundations, one named in honor of her late son, The Nick Traina Foundation, which funds organizations involved in mental illness and child abuse The second was established to assist the homeless She has won numerous awards for her personal work with mentally ill adolescents and children Ms Steel maintains a passionate interest in the welfare and well being of children, particularly those in jeopardy She has raised nine children of her own And they continue to keep her busy, as she juggles writing and family Her family is her first priority, despite her many interests From an education in New York and Europe to a professional background in public relations and advertising, and teaching, Ms Steel moved on quickly to her literary career and has been hard at work writing ever since She wrote her first book at nineteen Often, she works on five books at a time researching one storyline, writing another, and editing the third Still, she often spends two to three years researching and developing a single project In the heat of a first draft, it is not uncommon for her to spend eighteen to twenty hours a day glued to her 1946 Olympia manual typewriter Family, children, and young people are the central focus of her life, and her passion, which frequently shows in her writing She deals with the themes that touch on the most pressing issues of real life, which makes her books universal, and touch so many people She is fascinated by the pressing life situations that affect us all, how people handle them and are often transformed as a result And her novels have explored subjects such as kidnapping, incest, mental illness, suicide, death, divorce, adoption, marriage, loss, cancer, war, among others She also frequently writes about historical themes, shedding new light on familiar historical events with meticulously accurate research Despite her varied interests and activities,

Comments Prinsessen

  • Cosette

    A lot of this book seemed to repeat itself which I find somewhat annoying. The story itself was nice but was hoping for less repetative wording.

  • Lindsey

    Horrible, horrible, horrible. This is one of my guilty reads, so I shouldn't have expected much I guess. But wowww, bad book. Let me say that I like story lines that aren't particularly genius. I like standard formula books usually to some degree. This was just bad though.Horrible deus ex machina to resolve the conflict. Very repetitive. And the phrase "SHOW don't tell" came to mind when reading this book. I can't tell you how many times it said something along the lines of "She was such a good [...]

  • Kristen

    I picked this up at the drugstore over my lunchbreak one day. It had been a long time since I'd picked up a Danielle Steel, and I figured I wouldn't lose myself in the book and be late getting back to work. I wasn't disappointed! I guess if the formula works, why change it? Beautiful, privileged (and this time, royal!) woman is oh so down about her life. It's so HAAAAAAAAARD being a princess! Since she has such lofty, noble ideas about helping the world, she embarks on a journey where she finds [...]

  • HeavyReader

    Oh boy. This book was bad.I picked it up from the top of a trash can in a bus station. I was in a desperate situation. I had almost 24 hours more on the bus and nothing left to read. I didn't have high hopes for this book, but I really, really, really needed something to help me pass the time. I'm not a big Danielle Steel fan, but I had to read something, so I was glad to find a free book.The plot is weak. A sad, noble, unspoiled little rich girl princess (literally) can't have the life of freed [...]

  • Maggie

    I grew up on Danielle Steel novels. She's an amazing writer when she wants to be. H.R.H. is not a good example of her talent. It reads like a junior high school newspaper; the facts are told to the reader, cut and dry. It is also very elementary in form as it's extraordinarily repetitive. Perhaps Ms. Steel was on a deadline and the book was rushed to publication. Sadly, I don't understand why the editors let it get so far without taking a red-pen-hacksaw to it; it severely needed one. The story [...]

  • Jaime Atkins

    I read "Malice" by Danielle Steel years ago and it was good. I haven't picked up one of her books since. My mother is obsessed with herybe that is why I have avoided her books. Maybe it is because she is one of the most famous romantic authors out there and EVERYONE reads her books. I don't know, but I am really glad I picked up this book.This was one of the most dramatic books I have ever read. I cried for the losses that Christianna continued to experience. I felt her love and compassion for t [...]

  • Nicole

    I think I may have read other Danielle Steel books, I can't remember. One thing I really loved about this book (and I hope all of her books are this way) was there was no detailed sex scenes. We got the point that they made love and that was the end of that. I loved it. I can't stand reading books that are so descriptive in the bedroom. Wewell, I don't need to know every detail to get the idea that it was special. Because of this, I plan on reading other books by this author. I loved the charact [...]

  • Kathy Hiester

    This book was redundant and boring through and through and 1-star is even too highly rated. The female lead comes off as completely unfeeling and self-centered as she bewails repeatedly "for the first time in my life I just want ect…", and yet she had ample freedoms and even spent 4 years away at college in Berkley. She manipulates her father, weeps, whimpers and pouts when she doesn't get her way, and in general is the most single dimensional character I've encountered in any book. Steele is [...]

  • Christine

    All Danielle Steel books are horrendous! You probably wonder why I even have three on here. They are great for the gym because I don't have to pay that much attention. Every book is the same. Once you have read one, you know the formula. Danielle has a very limited vocabulary and loves to repeat her favorite words. It is kind of fun to here them over and over in each book. :-) If you decide to read one, this is the best of the three. It is a 1.2!

  • Vulpecula Borealis

    I've read a few Danielle Steele books and know what to expect. Writing to a formula that works for her - mass producing manuscripts for the conveyor belt that is the publishing industry where the emphasis is on quantity, not quality. A little harsh maybe, but you know what I mean. Ms Steele is very successful at what she does, and you can't knock that! I do wish she would stop repeating herself though - she does have a tendency to say the same thing thirty times in only a slightly different way. [...]

  • Amelia

    This may just be the worst book I have ever read in my entire life. My only defense is that I was travelling and it was the only book in the book swap that wasn't in Finnish I've blocked specifics from my mind but I remember it being riddled with basic grammatical mistakes, full of run on sentences that used the same adjectives 498764 times and generally a terrible eye-roll-y story line. And just when I thought it couldn't get any worse(view spoiler)[ the Princess was all sad because she couldn' [...]

  • Stacy

    I have to agree with the other reviews for this one. I was disappointed with the book. When listening to a summary of the book, it sounds like it has promise. A modern day princess wants to contribute something meaningful to the world and not just the duties her father expects of her. She wants to do something more than just cut ribbons at openings and participate in state dinners. She gets an opportunity to really give back and be a normal citizen. However, Danielle Steel repeats herself throug [...]

  • Zainab Al Kubaish

    ليست رآئعة و لكنها جيدةبعض المقاطع التي أحببتها :لا تريد أن تكون ناكرة الجميل للنعمة المعطاة لها و لا تريد التقليل من احترام والدها، و لكنها تكره كل لحظة من ذلك إنها تعرف تماماً كم هي محظوظة في عديد من النواحي لكن التفكير في الأمر و كم أصبحت حياتها تافهة، و كيف ستستمر خلال الس [...]

  • Richelle

    I would give this 3.5 stars. It was my first Danielle Steel book, and I still do not know what to think. The storyline was great and really interesting. With Christianna who is a princess travels to Africa to help with the Red Cross she finds herself and befriends the people there. She then returns home to a life of duty until tragedy strikes and her duty has intensified. Make sure to grab a box of Kleenex before you sit down to read it! On a side note I spent the whole book looking for why the [...]

  • Jennifer

    I picked this book up on my way out of the library, and let me say that I am glad it was a borrowed book and not a purchased one! It was the most repetitive book I've ever read! I haven't read many Danielle Steel novels, but I thought they were better than this one. I just got so tired of reading the same 5 or 6 sentences over and over. I finished the book because I always finish what I start :) but I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.

  • Susan

    H.R.H. stands for Her Royal Highness. This is a lovely story about a young woman, Princess Christianna, from Vaduz, Liechtenstein, who just wants to have a normal life. I really like this book. It is a story of a princess who wants to do more with her life and help people. She struggles with doing the right things and what she wants to do. She is very responsible and always maked the noble choice. There is a little romance involved. I appreciate that it is not over graphic.

  • Margaret

    I don't know why I started this book. I do not like Danielle Steel's writing. She repeats herself. Her story lines are "out there."

  • Earlynn

    I have been trying to read this book for six months and I am only on page 46. Those of you who know how fast I read can tell from that number that this book just doesn't hold my interest.

  • Carmel

    I was extremely disappointed in the writting style. This story was so full of unneeded description that it was hard to read.

  • Emma

    إحدى روائع الكاتبة المدهشة دانيال ستيلأعشق هذه الكاتبة

  • Mel Bee

    This book is so bad that I literally joined just so I could vent about it. I've read Steel off and on for many years but after a very long break while I was in grad school, I decided to read all of her books in the interest of starting what I'd finished. (Was that right?) Maybe I've just got too much education now to be able to enjoy her or maybe she's just a TERRIBLE writer. This book is so awful that it was downright painful to finish and insulting to the reader. Is she repetitive? Yes. Does [...]

  • Alyssa

    What a selfish spoiled rotten little brat! She complains constantly about how terrible her life as a princess is. Compares it to a prison. I'm sure there are so many people in the world who would trade places with her in a second. Even after seeing how terrible some people live, she still thinks her life is horrendous. I understand feeling like you have no choice in your life choices, but this is over the top.I got so sick of "for the first time in my life I want to be normal" and "after this I [...]

  • Books

    I'm not saying all Danielle Steel books are terrible. I used to enjoy her books when I read them many many years ago. But I have grown as a reader and now her books seem sickly sweet and the writing is just lazy. The characters in this book (and I mean ALL of them) cried about everything. There was so much crying going on in this story, it's a miracle the pages weren't soaked through. Plus, the mind-numbing repetitiveness of the info dump which had no end, made my head hurt. I still have one boo [...]

  • Meghin Dysinger

    I will just about anything if someone gives it to me, but this book makes me rethink that policy. Half of the book is boring, with the occasional senseless trauma to add tension that doesn't need to be there. Then, Danielle Steel murders the princess's entire family just so she can be with a man. I honestly feel like she had to have a reason to keep them apart, but then painted herself into a corner. And the way out of that corner was death. Somehow, the princess gets over losing her entire fami [...]

  • Candace Worrell

    Poorly written. Repetitive and contradictory within the space of a single page. The author has apparently never heard the advice, "Show, don't tell." Also, how many descriptions do we have to read about how the princess has innate grace and something indescribable that makes everyone near her love her just oh so much. Gag.

  • Charlotte

    Feeling burned out, I picked this up as an easy read. I laughed when it was cheesy and teared up when it was touching, which is exactly the point of a Danielle Steel book. I gave it an extra star for bringing attention to Red Cross workers.

  • Paulette Holloway

    ConcernedI loved the story but some of the descriptors used to describe the residents of the African country were disturbing. Their clothing described as "costumes" was the most glaring. They were wearing clothes, not costumes.

  • Evelyn Colbert

    typical Danielle Steelwonderful story. keep a box of tissues handy. you will need them. really enjoyed it. couldn't put it down. great.

  • Lucy

    I read it within a day! Sad I know! A great story though, happy, sad and happy again.Taken to charity shop.

  • Thalaya

    لم تعجبني كثيراً ، فلقد وجدت تفاصيلها مملة !

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