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A Gift of Hope In Her Powerful Memoir His Bright Light, 1 New York Times Bestselling Author Danielle Steel Opened Her Heart To Share The Devastating Story Of The Loss Of Her Beloved Son In A Gift Of Hope, She Shows Us How She Transformed That Pain Into A Campaign Of Service That Enriched Her Life Beyond What She Could Imagine For Eleven Years, Danielle Steel Took To The Streets With A Small Team To Help The Homeless Of San Francisco She Worked Anonymously, Visiting The Cribs Of The City S Most Vulnerable Citizens Under Cover Of Darkness, Distributing Food, Clothing, Bedding, Tools, And Toiletries She Sought No Publicity For Her Efforts And Remained Anonymous Throughout Now She Is Speaking To Bring Attention To Their Plight In This Unflinchingly Honest And Deeply Moving Memoir, The Famously Private Author Speaks Out Publicly For The First Time About Her Work Among The Most Desperate Members Of Our Society She Offers Achingly Acute Portraits Of The People She Met Along The Way And Issues A Heartfelt Call For Effective Action To Aid This Vast, Deprived Population Determined To Supply The Homeless With The Basic Necessities To Keep Them Alive, She Ends Up Giving Them Something Far Powerful A Voice By Turns Candid And Inspirational, Danielle Steel S A Gift Of Hope Is A True Act Of Advocacy And Love.

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  • Hardcover
  • 129 pages
  • A Gift of Hope
  • Danielle Steel
  • English
  • 25 December 2018
  • 0345531361

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  1. says:

    I read this book long ago before Goodreads It was pretty good I was very surprised that Danielle was involved so closely with the homeless It made me respect alotEspecially as she wanted no recognition for it and wrote the book long after the 10 year involvement with the homeless I know first hand how horrible it feels to be homeless even though I was never on the street I had friends and relatives to help me and then I went to rehab And I was only homeless for about 6 months It is I read this book long ago before Goodreads It was pretty good I was very surprised that Danielle was involved so closely with the homeless It made me respect alotEspecially as she wanted no recognition for it and wrote the book long after the 10 year involvement with the homeless I know first hand how horrible it feels to be homeless even though I was never on the street I had friends and relatives to help me and then I went to rehab And I was only homeless for a...


  2. says:

    I have no idea what the point of this book was.It was well written, hence being awarded 2 stars but I have nothing else positive to say for it possibly because I just don t understand what the point of the book was.For 11 years Danielle Steel helped the homeless going out on night visits with friends and colleagues to hand out goods she had personally paid for This finished over 2 years prior to the book being w...


  3. says:

    Author Danielle steel tragically lost her son to suicide. after many years of battling bipolar disorder Having lost her son and trying to deal with her broken marriage , she found herself in a very desperate and low place in her life She spent a great deal of time sitting in the quiet of a church lighting candles and asking God for help The answer she felt she received was not the one she was looking for or one that she felt that she wanted she felt she was to go out into her city of S Author Danielle steel tragically lost her son to suicide. after many years of battling bipolar disorder Having lost her son and trying to deal with her broken marriage , she found herself in a very desperate and low place in her life She spent a great deal of time sitting in the quiet of a church lighting candles and asking God for help The answer she felt she received was not the one she was looking for or one that she felt that she wanted she felt she was to go out into her city of San Francisco and offer outreach in the homeless community This book is her story of the 11 years she spent on this loving outreach w...


  4. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I was disappointed with this book I felt like I read the same thing over and over again Danielle is such a good storyteller that I think she would have do...


  5. says:

    Heart wrenching readHaving never really considered the plight of the homeless before this is a very eye opening book I don t know how she managed for eleven yearswish there were a way for her ministry to carry on A definite must read.


  6. says:

    repetitive


  7. says:

    Haven t been a Danielle Steel fan for years Read His Bright Light and loved it very informative about Bi polar disorder Her son s death was the event that lead to her surprising passion for helping the homeless This was a real accounting of a person s passion to help My favorite of Steel s writings


  8. says:

    I do not read Danielle Steel s usual genre, but in this memoir she recounts her 11 years of working with the small team of people she assembled to help hand out much needed coats, gloves, socks, shoes, and sleeping bags to the homeless people she found on the streets of San Francisco Ms Steel kept this mission of hers quiet for many years after the suicide of her mentally ill son, she asked for guidance in what she could do to help herself find healing The answer she received was not what she I do not read Danielle Steel s usual genre, but in this memoir she recounts her 11 years of working with the small team of people she assembled to help hand out much needed coats, gloves, socks, shoes, and sleeping bags to the homeless people she found on the streets of San Francisco Ms Steel kept this mission of hers quiet for many years after the suicide of her mentally ill son, she asked for guidance in what she could do to help herself find healing The answer she received was not wha...


  9. says:

    A Gift of Hope is just one story out of Danielle Steel s life In A Gift of Hope, author Steel shares with us the ten years she spent helping the homeless I really appreciated how author Steel, in her kind and thoughtful way, introduced readers to the good, the bad, and the ugliness of homelessness I had the opportunity to work with the homeless and was fortunate in having taken a workshop about understanding homelessness The workshop enabled me to understand and relate to the ups and downs e A Gift of Hope is just one story out of Danielle Steel s life In A Gift of Hope, author Steel shares...


  10. says:

    I have never read anything by Danielle Steel and came across this book by chance I should say by Providence because all things are part of Gods will whether direct or indirect While this was not a page tur...

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