His Bright Light

His Bright Light

The Story of Nick Traina

Book - 1998
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Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press, 1998.
Characteristics: xxi, 264 pages :,illustrations, portraits ;,22 cm.

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texasbooks
Apr 14, 2014

this book was wonderful about Danielle steels life with her family and her work at writing booksl It was so sad that Nick died but he will always be remembered in our hearts.
Nick wrote journals and so gave us in insight in how he lilved an how he viewed life around him. His illnes was hard on the family and the doctors trying to find a way to help him get better.

niveditamahesh Sep 18, 2013

great

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Em2012
Sep 18, 2013

This book was quite sad, I couldn't get through the whole thing. As true as it is to read, it wasn't very "bright"

sablegirl Jul 25, 2012

Another great book by Danielle Steel that explores the world of a bi-polar person. Unfortunately it was her beloved son Nick. She wrote about his life and the turmoil and troubles he experienced. It was a great and informative book but very sad, as you would expect when your child is sick and you can't help him.

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Cabby
Nov 08, 2007

sad

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