Wanderlust by Danielle Steel
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Wanderlust
By Danielle Steel

Wanderlust

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Wanderlust by Danielle Steel

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At 21 Annabelle Driscoll was the acknowledged beauty, but it was her sister Audrey- four years older- who had the spine and spirit. She had talent- a lot of talent- as a photographer; she had the restless urge of a born wanderer. Inevitably it was Annabelle who was the first to marry, leaving Audrey to wonder if life were passing her by. Sometimes she would dream of a man like a her father, someone with adventure in his sould and exotic places in his heart. The men she met in California were dull. Enen in New York they had failed to spark her. Only when she took ship for Europe aboard the Mauretania did she begin to mingle with her own kind. Onle when she boarded the Orient Express did she realise she was beginning a journey that would take her farther that she had ever dreamed possible...depp into China., Tibet, the magic of the Orient and later North Africa and Europe. Her life was never to be the same again.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780751505634
ISBN-10: 0751505633
Format: Paperback
(179mm x 114mm x 28mm)
Pages: 416
Imprint: Sphere
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Publish Date: 1-Jan-1986
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Reviews

US Kirkus Review » Even faithful fans will need a wake-up call during Steel's latest, which is the stertorous and decidedly unglittery story of a "spinster" who falls in love and sees the world. After their wandering parents are lost at sea off Bora-Bora during the Roaring Twenties, Audrey Driscoll and her younger sister Annabelle are raised in San Francisco by their strict and extremely rich Grandfather Edward. Annabelle grows up beautiful but shallow and bitchy, while dutiful Audrey runs the mansion and takes care of Gramps, all the time dreaming of faraway places. When Annabelle finally gets hitched, Audrey sees her chance and cons Edward into giving her a short European tour, during the course of which she meets Lord James and Lady Violet Hawthorne, who invite her to summer with them on Cap d' Antibes, where she just misses Hemingway (but meets the Murphys) and ends up head over heels in love with dashing British/American travel-writer Charles Parker-Scott. The besotted duo hop the Orient Express to begin a 5,000-mile journey that has all the glamour of your grandmother's vacation slides of Niagara Falls (Tibet: "One felt closer to God here"; China and the Great Wall: "It is surely the most impressive thing ever built by man"). Through a complication contrived even for this genre, Audrey ends up in Manchuria taking care of abandoned orphans threatened by the Japanese, while Charles (who doesn't approve) huffily heads back to England to publish his book. Grabbing a cute pagan baby as a kind of souvenir, Audrey finally returns to San Francisco but refuses to marry Charles when he joins her there because she still has to take care of Grandpa Edward. When Edward dies, Audrey races to Europe to claim Chuck, only to find that he's been trapped into marriage by Charlotte Beardsley, the hard-nosed, grasping daughter of his publisher. It turns out Charlotte isn't really pregnant (and is also a lesbian), so Charles dumps her and he and Audrey head off to London to live in sin and work as a journalist/spy team during WW II. Charlotte won't agree to a divorce; Charles gives her an ultimatum: either let him go or he'll spread news of her sexual preference all over town. Charlotte is crashed and is even more so when Steel has the Luftwaffe drop a 1,000-pound bomb on her, thus clearing the way for wedding bells and happily ever after. Many are called but few are chosen to be Romance Queen; if Steel keeps sleepwalking, she may awaken one morning to the hoofbeats of the thundering herd. (Kirkus Reviews)


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Author Biography - Danielle Steel

American-born, Danielle Steele lived in Paris for most of her childhood returning to New York to work in PR. When the recession hit and the company went out of business she wrote her first novel GOING HOME and has since established herself as a writer of extraordinary scope.

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