Until the End of Time by Danielle Steel

Until the End of TimeUntil the End of Time was composed of two smaller, but intertwined, love stories. The first story, which took place in 1975, was about a girl named Jenny, and her husband Bill, who was a lawyer, but quit when he realized he had a vocation to become a minister, and to help others. The second story took place in present-day (2013), and was about an Amish girl named Lillibet, who lived in Pennsylvania, and a publisher in New York by the name of Bob.

I have been reading Danielle Steel’s works since I first discovered her books a couple of months ago. This particular book she wrote, so far, is my favorite. It doesn’t have a climax, per se, as Harry Potter or another action/adventure book would have; it’s pure romance. It reads faster than some of Danielle Steel’s other books have, but it doesn’t cover as much time. Some of her books tell the story of someone’s entire life, while these two stories couldn’t cover more than a couple years for each half of the book, tops. This book was so good that I read it in just a couple of days, staying up late because I couldn’t stand to put it down.

It is definitely a book that you can just take at face value, or really analyze it to the point where you can barely comprehend what you’ve just read. When the whole thing started to fall into place, I could barely contain my excitement, and had to sit for a few hours again yesterday evening to finish it. I don’t want to say anything else about the plot for fear of giving it all away. It just came out this year, and I would definitely recommend this book, especially if you are really into romance and want a story of modern-day true love.

Reviewed by Bryce

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