Winners

Winners

A Novel

Large Print - 2013
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Lily Thomas is an aspiring young ski champion training for the Olympics, a young woman with her heart set on winning the gold. But in one moment, Lily's future is changed forever, her hopes for the Olympics swept away in a tragic accident. Her father Bill has pinned all his hopes on his only daughter, and his dreams are now destroyed. Dr. Jessie Matthews, the neurosurgeon who operates on Lily that night, endures a tragedy of her own, and other brave survivors also fight to alter the course of destiny and refuse to be defeated. When Bill builds a remarkable rehab facility for his daughter, countless lives are forever altered, and each becomes a winner. Winners is about more than surviving - it is about courage, victory, and triumph.
Publisher: [New York] : Random House Large Print, [2013]
ISBN: 9780804121057
0804121052
Characteristics: 416 p. (large print) ; 24 cm

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AL_LYUDMYLA Oct 30, 2016

“Winners” is a motivational, moving, and full of hopes, passion and enduring story. The setting are wonderfully described, the character are realistic and well-developed, and the plot is clear and precise. Danielle Steel always expressed the positive side shown on the up and down of lifes. Winners" is about more than surviving, it is about courage, victory, and triumph. When all appears to be lost, the battle has just begun.

Bookworm2847 May 11, 2016

I wasn't too happy with the subject matter and almost didn't read this book. However, I'm very glad I did. It was wonderful. Only Danielle Steel can spin a negative into a positive.

amberley Feb 18, 2015

An excellent read!

Agnifaour Sep 28, 2014

Love the book

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pennick
Mar 09, 2014

Really enjoyed this book! Learned a lot about paralyzing conditions as well and the amazing work to give them back control. Love Danielle Steel and can't wait for another book.

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hegneyr
Feb 05, 2014

Loved this book and the way it all came together at the end. The characters were strong with many challenges in their lives but they all came out "Winners"

Do not know how anybody could find it boring. !!

ScottNadia Dec 26, 2013

Never read a Danielle Steel book I didn't like.

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737knox
Dec 22, 2013

BORING

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bemg1958 Nov 25, 2014

bemg1958 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 56 and 65

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