3 edition of Where you belong found in the catalog.
Where you belong
Barbara Taylor Bradford
|Statement||Barbara Taylor Bradford.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||448|
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Where You Belong. Barbara Taylor Bradford has written more than a dozen best-selling novels that have sold over 50 million copies worldwide.
Filled with strong heroines, books such as Everything to Gain captivate readers /5(89). Where You Belong is a moving story about a young woman's realization of her own inner strength and her ability to find her way to where she belongs in life in love and within herself.4/5(79).
WHERE YOU BELONG is a bildungsroman featuring Frost Devereaux, a scarred (literally) protagonist who is orphaned at a young age, slowly evolves personally and professionally, clarifies his sexual identity, and then finally seems to land in an emotionally comfortable zone, where he can build from his difficult past/5(16).
WHERE YOU BELONG is a bildungsroman featuring Frost Devereaux, a scarred (literally) protagonist who is orphaned at a young age, slowly evolves personally and professionally, clarifies his sexual identity, and then finally seems to land in an emotionally comfortable zone, where he can build from his difficult past/5.
Overview. With all the glamour, drama, and passion that have made Barbara Taylor Bradford an international favorite, Where You Belong is the captivating story of a beautiful young woman making her way through a world filled with the dangers of war.
A talented young American photographer, Valentine Denning leaves behind the comforts /5(14). The novel Where You Belong is the story of a thirteen-year-old girl named Fiona, which took place in at Bronx, New York.
As a child, she was taught that people of color had more problems and that they were "ruining the neighborhoods". This caused her confusion because she knew she had problems as well/5.