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eBook Memories of Another Day ePub

by Harold Robbins

  • ISBN: 0450049817
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Harold Robbins
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd; New Ed edition (1992)
  • Pages: 464
  • ePub book: 1228 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1462 kb
  • Other: rtf azw azw lrf
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 351

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Memories of Another Day. The most powerful, most explosive novel from America’s master storytelle.

Memories of Another Day. The most powerful, most explosive novel from America’s master storyteller. Harold Robbins is a master! -Playboy. Robbins’ books are packed with action, sustained by a strong narrative drive and are given vitality by his own colorful life. The Wall Street Journal. Robbins is one of the world’s five bestselling author. ach week, an estimated 280,000 peopl. urchase a Harold Robbins book. Robbins grabs the reader and doesn’t let go. -Publishers Weekly. Memories of Another Day. Harold Robbins.

Relevant, respectful, and engaging, Memories of Another Day proves once again why Harold Robbins’ books have sold more copies than almost any other American writer in history. One fee. Stacks of books. Read whenever, wherever. Your phone is always with you, so your books are too – even when you’re offline. Bookmate – an app that makes you want to read.

Memories of Another Day book. We all know about latter-day Harold Robbins - in truth, it's really not necessary to read anything he wrote after WHERE LOVE HAS GONE (1962) - gone was any pretense of storytelling, of concern for plot or character. All he cared about was bringing in the bucks to support his jet-set lifestyle.

Memories of Another Day" seems to be another book I will remember. In the traditional style of Harold Robbins, this novel is full of sex. This story tells the tale of young Daniel Boone Higgins and his journey from adolescence to adulthood, and the hard road it took to get there. I read it to the end, because I thought that somewhere in this boring, unsubstantial book, Harold Robbins' usual excellent storytelling style HAD to come through. Alas, I was disappointed.

Why shouldn't they? I'm one of 'em. Bom and bred. My py founded this town. Ever'body knows Sam Fitch is their friend. age back to your associates in Phillydelphia. Sam Fitch assures them if they bring another mill down here, they'll have all the labor they want at the price they want to pay an' that there'll be no city taxes in Fitchville fer at least twenty-five years. You make Fitchville sound like a mighty attractive place, Mr. Fitch.

Harold Robbins definitely not that type of cheesy writers. Carpetbaggers I remember for 20 years and reread recently again. Memories of Another Day" seems to be another book I will remember. Alas, I was disappointed

Relevant, respectful, and engaging, Memories of Another Day proves once again why Harold Robbins’ books have sold more copies . Harold Robbins (1916–1997) is one of the best-selling American fiction writers of all time, ranking 5th on the World’s Best-Selling Fiction Author List just behind William Shakespeare and Agatha Christie.

Harold Robbins (May 21, 1916 – October 14, 1997) was an American author of popular novels. Robbins was born Harold Rubin in New York City, the son of Frances "Fannie" Smith and Charles Rubin. His parents were well-educated Jewish emigrants from the Russian Empire, his father from Odessa and his mother from Neshwies, south of Minsk.

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Comments

Brajind Brajind
A beautiful but tragic story of the importance of family and family ties, as well as an insightful education on the beginnings of the Labor Movement in the United States. This story takes the reader from the backwoods of West Virginia to the halls of power. While "business" comes off poorly in this novel, so does the Labor Movement as some of its leaders appear to forget the very individuals whose working lives the movement was intended to improve. What is powerful in this novel is the importance of honesty and integrity, as well as the strong bonds of family.
Not-the-Same Not-the-Same
I loved it. This is a second book of Harold Robbins I read, the first one was Carpetbaggers and I read it about 20 years ago in Russia and in Russian and was very impressed. Since I never actually study the history of the USA, for me it was like a learning the life in US the way it was back last century. In his books I see the history and specifically in this book about the unions and their early times, the people, the love, sex and blood. The story is interesting, and stuck in your head. The story begins at "nowadays", then taking you back at the beginning of last century and continues bouncing back and forward. In our society we have certain stereotypes towards what is good and what is bad and reading Harold Robbins makes you to rethink and reevaluate the "white" and the "black". Quite interesting view on corporate world and unions, including economical and political prospects. Once you begin to read, you immerse in reading and can not stop until the end. This is not a "cheesy" women novel having a bunch boring romantic descriptions made for the women readers dreaming of ideal perfect true love forever. I used to read those when I was younger, now I could not even remember any one of those. This book is sharp and rough. Harold Robbins definitely not that type of cheesy writers. Carpetbaggers I remember for 20 years and reread recently again. "Memories of Another Day" seems to be another book I will remember.
dermeco dermeco
I read it to the end, because I thought that somewhere in this boring, unsubstantial book, Harold Robbins' usual excellent storytelling style HAD to come through. Alas, I was disappointed. It was boring - beginning to end.
Having said all this, I understand that tastes do differ. This is just my humble 'tuppenny-ha'penny's worth'.
Unde Unde
My Grandfather died of black lung disease in 1929. This book accurately portrays many of their struggles. My grandmother was born in 1882 and graduated from Lucas, Iowa high school with John L Lewis's wife. She had dated Mr Lewis and stood up at their wedding. I enjoyed this read.
Kefrannan Kefrannan
This book takes you back to the making of the automobile era. You feel the thrill, the guilt, and the trauma along with thrill of the era for which it was written. If one likes suspense, this novel keeps you on your toes and up late at night. Once you get started, it is difficult to put down.
Mildorah Mildorah
best book ever
Cktiell Cktiell
Probably the best story teller of our Time in relation to how things actually were. He made a lot of people proud and a lot more ashamed
In the traditional style of Harold Robbins, this novel is full of sex. This story tells the tale of young Daniel Boone Higgins and his journey from adolescence to adulthood, and the hard road it took to get there.