All That Glitters

All That Glitters

Large Print - 2020 | Large print edition
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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER * In Danielle Steel's dazzling new novel, a young woman must overcome tremendous adversity in her quest to find herself and achieve real happiness.

Nicole "Coco" Martin is destined to have it all. As the only child of doting and successful parents, she has been given every opportunity in life. Having inherited her mother's stunning beauty and creativity, along with her father's work ethic and diligence, she has the world at her feet. Her graduation from Columbia is fast approaching, and with it the summer job of her dreams working at a magazine. Between work, leisurely weekends at her family's home in Southampton, and spending as much time as possible with her best friend, Sam, life couldn't be better--until tragedy strikes. Coco's beloved parents are killed in a terrorist attack while on vacation in France.

Now devastated and alone, Coco must find a way to move forward and make her way in the world without the family she loved. Determined to forge her own path and make her parents proud, Coco pursues her dreams, dazzled by exciting opportunities that come her way. Her goals are to think outside the box--and always play by her own rules. As she finds herself drawn to charismatic, fascinating men, each relationship will teach Coco new lessons, some delightful, some painful. She will come to realize what matters, and how strong she truly is--and in the end, she will discover herself.

Richly exploring one woman's poignant journey through life, All That Glitters is a compelling tale of challenges, heartbreak, discovery, and triumph, a powerful reminder that all that glitters is not the essence of life. And what is truly worth having was right there in our hands all along.
Publisher: Waterville, Maine :, Thorndike Press,, 2020
Edition: Large print edition
Copyright Date: ©2020
ISBN: 9780593339169
0593339169
Branch Call Number: LGP FIC Stee
Characteristics: 500 pages (large print) ; 23 cm

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writermala
Dec 21, 2020

Coco Martin is one of Danielle Steel's most confused heroines. For someone who is constantly described as a very strong person, she is incredibly naive and makes very poor life decisions. The book started out violently, went on with a sordid affair, and then continued as though Coco was spineless. The only reason I read the whole book was to see if the ending turned out as I hoped it would. Did it? I don't want to be a spoiler.

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weezie1
Dec 12, 2020

This is the first book I have been disappointed in by Danielle Steel. Coco could not make up her mind which man she wanted in her life and I was disappointed by the ending.

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reader2011
Dec 06, 2020

Wasn't impressed; kept hoping Coco would stop being such a doormat and letting men walk all over her. The story was uninspiring and frustrating. With this novel, Steel was much more graphic with sexual encounters and using the F word - it reads as though a ghost writer penned this one. Definitely not the Danielle Steel style of writing.

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