The Prodigal Daughter - Jeffrey Archer

The Prodigal Daughter

By Jeffrey Archer

  • Release Date: 2004-05-16
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
The Prodigal Daughter book review score

4 Score: 4 (From 142 Ratings)

The Prodigal Daughter Jeffrey Archer Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

With a will of steel, Polish immigrant Florentyna Rosnovski is indeed Abel's daughter. She shares with her father a love of America, his ideals, and his dream for the future. But she wants more to be the first female president.

Golden boy Richard Kane was born into a life of luxury. The scion of a banking magnate he is successful, handsome, and determined to carve his own path in the world-and to
build a future with the woman he loves.

With Florentyna's ultimate goal only a heartbeat away, both are about to discover the shattering price of power as a titanic battle of betrayal and deception reaches out from the past-a blood feud between two generations that threatens to destroy everything Florentyna and Richard have fought to achieve.

BONUS MATERIAL INCLUDED: 1st chapter of Jeffrey Archer's newest novel SINS OF THE FATHER, coming May 2012.

SINS OF THE FATHER: On the heels of the international bestseller Only Time Will Tell, Jeffrey Archer picks up the sweeping story of the Clifton Chronicles….

Only days before Britain declares war on Germany, Harry Clifton, hoping to escape the consequences of long-buried family secrets, and forced to accept that his desire to marry Emma Barrington will never be fulfilled, has joined the Merchant Navy. But his ship is sunk in the Atlantic by a German U-boat, drowning almost the entire crew. An American cruise liner, the SS Kansas Star, rescues a handful of sailors, among them Harry and the third officer, an American named Tom Bradshaw. When Bradshaw dies in the night, Harry seizes on the chance to escape his tangled past and assumes his identity.

On landing in America, however, Bradshaw quickly learns the mistake he has made, when he discovers what is awaiting him in New York. Without any way of proving his true identity, Harry Clifton is now chained to a past that could be far worse than the one he had hoped to escape.

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User reviews about this book

  • Wonderful

    5
    By BeachBlonde1962
    Just finished reading "The Prodigal Daughter." What a terrific novel and portrayal of a woman of strength & determination. The lead character, Floraytina, is admirable as well as a person one can identify with. Beginning with her birth, you root for her, & find yourself right behind her, wishing her to succeed through the successes and trials of her life. With this book, I could hardly put it down.
  • The book that made me fall in love with reading

    5
    By Demetrula
    More years ago than I care to admit, one of my high school teachers asked me to choose this book for an upcoming report. She knew I was also working a full time job while going to school and said that it was so good I would finish it over a weekend. She was right. Over the many years since, Jeffrey Archer continues to be my favorite author, and now he is also a favorite author of my daughter. Though this is a great first Archer book to read, it is part 2 of a 3 part series. I recommend getting Kane & Abel along with Shall We Tell The President along with this - you won't regret it!
  • Yikes

    1
    By Smh0311
    Could not wait to read this novel then I could not close it fast enough. Really we should all get our money back the typos are insane and just when you've had a few pages break they are back.
  • Prodigal Daughter

    1
    By DProther
    A typically good Archer tale made nearly impossible to enjoy because of the countless typos and miss spellings. Better to buy a copy from a used bookstore than to download this mangled version.

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