Johnny Angel

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Random House Large Print, 2003 - Ghost stories - 262 pages
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User Review  - Deborah - Goodreads

A "perfect" 17-year-old dies in a car crash then comes back to help his family and loved ones deal with his death and cope with other challenges. I didn't find this book compelling or even very ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jen Selinsky - Goodreads

Johnny Peterson was the perfect son and boyfriend. He was smart, handsome, athletic, and well-behaved. All of that was taken away right after a horrific car crash that took place on the night of his ... Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2003)

Best-selling novelist Danielle Steel was born in New York City on August 14, 1947. She spent much of her early years in France where as a child she was often included in her parents dinner parties giving her a chance to observe the habits and lives of the wealthy and famous. She was raised in both N.Y. city and Europe by her father. She started writing stories as a child and by her teens had started writing poetry. She attended and graduated from Lycee Francais de New York. She studied literature, design, and fashion design - first at Parsons School of design and later at New York University. Her first novel Going Home was published in 1972. Danielle has gone on to write numerous books, many of which are bestsellers like New YorkTimes bestselling book Winners. She also wrote children's fiction - authoring a series of 10 illustrated books entitled Max and Martha series aiming to help children face real life problems. In 2002 Danielle Steel was decorated by the French government as an "Officer" of the Order des Arts et des Letters, for her contributions to world culture. Her novels have been translated into 28 languages and are found in 47 countries. A number of her novels have been adapted into TV movies or miniseries.

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