Birth date: May 21, 1916
Died: October 14, 1997
Harold Robbins's Books
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Ick. Just ick. I rarely regret my obsessive need to finish any book I start, but I was regretting all the way through this. No plot to speak of, just a succession of short bald chapters wherein the equally unpleasant father and son co-protagonists either advanced in their worldly wealth, or interact...
When Harold Robbins’ first book Never Love a Stranger was published in 1948, it became a bestseller. Robbins hit upon a winning combination of elements to draw readers into his story that he would go on to repeat multiple times in the future. “Power, sex, deceit, and wealth: the four main ingredient...
When I finished this book I was left with a big smile on my face!Having read nothing by Tom Robbins, I only picked up this novel because of a recommendation, I didn't know what to expect. However, I soon became obsessed with his effortless writing style, which made TPP feel like a game.
I'm abandoning Harold Robbins for good.The beauty of enjoying cheesy books is that, when you're not liking them, you can easily replace them by another cheesy book.
I hate when trash lit tries to be anything than trashy. The result is so tacky and cheesy that would make Paulo Coelho blush.