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But behind that inpregnable wall, there is a woman with a heart, who can love and care as no other. Jul 12, Daniela rated it really liked it. It focuses more on the characters especially Marja. Corby wouldn’t be in it. Despite the overwhelming list of reasons to not like this book, it felt like it took all of 5 minutes to power through and I enjoyed it the way I might a made-for-tv movie I’d never admit to watching. Please add cover done.
79 Park Avenue
Not recommended but a plus fe Robbins; his lack of wordcraft and other writing essentials is made up for by his excellent sense of pace and soap opera scene sizing.
May 31, Christine rated it it was amazing Shelves: I have never read Harold Robbins before. But she never did. Why is this not a classic!?
I snuck this book out of one of my parent’s book collections when I was about 15 or so While there are vague feminist underpinnings – Marja refuses to be a victim and is proudly independent except when she isn’t – the tone is hard-boiled and salacious “her breasts were full and thrusting”revelling in the sordidness of the underworld Robbins is exposing.
Much more than a romance despite its established genre, this New York contemporary classic features horribly flawed yet likeable characters, a gritty urban setting and an original plot that will resonate with many readers. This book was a pleasure to read.
It really moved quickly.
Been there – didn’t do that, and in this day and age Robbins’ brand of salacious titillation is way lacking in perkiness. And she did try to make the most out of it by being the best on what she became. I know it was written intherefore I wasn’t expecting much, but there are a lot of vintage soap opera style bestsellers out there which definitely stand the test of time. A tale from master storyteller Harold Robbins Love and thrills in the Big Apple. I really enjoyed this book. Only gave it 4 stars because it was a little slow in the beginning and had trouble getting past the first couple chapters.
Guess our tastes change Inevitably, their paths cross once more A pesar de todo lo que vivieron y de como acabaron ambos personajes; este libro ha dejado una huella en mi, porque no todas las vidas son perfectas y aunque cada quien elige el camino que quiere o que cree que es el mejor a pesar de todo, tenemos el final que nos corresponde.
Wvenida hadn’t heard of Robbins, though apparently he was a bestselling author in the s. The prose was simple yet so moving. He loved Marja harld the trials they’ve been to. Sep 18, Van rated it it was amazing. It’s an engrossing read, the type of novel Robbins did better than anyone else: I can’t help but like Harold Robbins Not recommended but a plus for Robbins; his lack of wordcraft and My longtime curiosity about old school mega-seller Robbins and the.
79 Park Avenue by Harold Robbins
We read this book for Book Club. I remember the first time when I read it I didnt sleep the whole night!
I really didn’t like the Mike Keyes character. And during all sittings I always felt the same about the book.
Trivia About 79 Park Avenue. Oct 24, Marcel rated it liked it. Driven by Usually when I read a book again, my impression of it changes with time and age. I could not pagque this book down. Curb was spelled “kurb” at least four times. It was made into a mini-series in the 70’s which I did not catch at the time. Aug 14, Amanda rated it really liked it. After that drl picked up and I couldn’t wait to see what happened. I think it’s just dwl good as the first time – it’s a great read. Harold Robbins was one of the first popular writers of the genre which gave rise to such works as “Peyton Place”, and is still popular today in refined form.
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