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by Harold Robbins

  • ISBN: 0380001799
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Harold Robbins
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Avon Books (December 1, 1988)
  • Pages: 219 pages
  • FB2 size: 1534 kb
  • EPUB size: 1284 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 712
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Never Leave Me (Avon red-and-gold library). Published December 1988 by Avon Publications.

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Harold Robbins Books. In The Carpetbaggers, Harold sweeps through a passionate world of ambition, struggle and desire. Never Leave Me. 156 Pages·1953·607 KB·298 Downloads·New!

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Harold Robbins Never Leave Me (Avon red-and-gold library). Publisher: Avon Books, 1988. ISBN 13: 9780380001798. For many years, Robbins enjoyed the high life among the rich and famous; he owned a huge yacht and had houses on the French Riviera and in Beverly Hills. His novels often mirrored his own experiences and were often people with the characters he had met. He died at the age of eighty-one, survived by his wife, Jann, and his two daughters, Caryn and Andreana.

Never leave me. by. Robbins, Harold, 1916-1997. New York, Avon Publications. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana.

In this tale of greed, sensuality, and all-consuming blind ambition, Harold Robbins, author of The New York Times best-selling novel The Carpetbaggers, demonstrates once again why his books have sold over 750 million copies worldwide. Fast-paced with rich characters, this novel paints a compelling picture of the advertising industry in 1950s New York, a world reminiscent of Mad Men-rife with betrayal, glamour, and dizzying wealth.

His first book was Never Love a Stranger (1948). The Dream Merchants (1949) was a novel about the American film industry, from its beginning to the sound era. As usual, Robbins blended his own life experiences with history, melodrama, sex, and glossy high society into a fast-moving story  . Never Leave Me, 1953. 79 Park Avenue, 1955 (made into a 1977 TV miniseries 79 Park Avenue). Stiletto, 1960 (made into the 1969 film Stiletto).

Your car is outside Mr. Rowan, he informed me. Thanks, I replied. I had called the garage before I left the office and told them to deliver the car by eight. I looked around the table. How about joining us for a ride out to the airport?. I think I’d better turn in. I’m tired. Thank you just the same, Mr. Rowan.

Brad Rowan, a public relations counselor with a posh office on New York's Madison Avenue, has achieved the power and success he relentlessly has strived for, but in the process destroys the women in his life
Reviews about Never Leave Me (Avon red-and-gold library) (7):
Lyrtois
I first read this book when i was a teenager 45 years ago ,,, and re-reading it 45 years later I still loved his writing and style ... please bring back all his old "classics" they are masterpieces of an era and his style is very much copied all this time later and is rarely surpassed ... great book and a great writer and story-teller ...
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Set in New York City in the early 1950's, "Never Leave Me" is about a man on the make, Brad Rowan, owner of a small, independent advertising firm. Brad is given the opportunity to go to work for a major steel company as their public relations executive at a tremendous increase in salary and perks. However, he finds the aggressive tactics and ethics of the CEO, Matt Brady, questionable, so he turns down the offer. This refusal is ironic, since Brad himself has exhibited many self-centered, unethical traits also. The book flits from scene to scene, with little character or plot development and little attention paid to detail. I was constantly wondering whether a day or month had passed between scenes. How did Brad manage to fall hopelessly in lust with Elaine Schuyler the moment he met her? Why does he instantly forget about his loving, devoted wife Marge? Why does Matt Brady set out to destroy Brad's business by forcing all his clients to cancel their contracts? Why does Brad's assistant Chris jump ship and go to work for Matt Brady? Although I know the setting was New York City in the 1950's, the references to women as dames and babes really wore on me. The steamy sex scenes were too graphic, and in some instances, physically impossible. This tale of "lust and greed" has no redeeming qualities other than its brevity (268 pages) and the fact that Brad eventually returns to his happy family.
Yozshugore
A pretty depressing story but one that was focused on one theme: of loneliness and its consequential effects of infidelity. Very much like all of Robbins' books, you get a piercing glance up front, at the souls of ordinary men, their strengths and their flaws and what it means to be human. I think that is just pure awesomeness.
Clever
This was my first Harold Robbins novel. The story line was very interesting and really pulls you rapidly along. This is a reprint from the 1954 novel, with all the then censored scenes returned to the story, as the author originally intended to present the story. You will see why many of these were deleted from the novel in 1954! This is a wild ride of a story, filled with lust,sex,trust, betrayal and greed in many forms, and the attempt to see which of these drives people the strongest. One man's lust leads to a major collision with his family on one end and a business enemy on the other. A death is the only way out, yet no one sees this coming. This combination of ingredients is apparently classic "sexy" writing by Harold Robbins.
Dusar
Brad Rowan is happily married and runs a successful business. Suddenly, he falls in love with beautiful young widow Elaine, and enrages steel tycoon Matt Brady by refusing his job offer. Brady (who happens to be Elaine's uncle), for some reason, sets out to destroy Brad's business.

The story is quite uninteresting and the characters are shallow, their motivations unclear. The translated version I read was obviously censored because it didn't include the graphic sex scenes that other reviewers refer to, but I doubt those missing sections would do make the book much more interesting. It's a quick read but uninteresting. Don't bother to search this one out.
Error parents
Its surely a matter of personal opinion but I have
found this to be my favourite Harold Robbins novel. Although first published in the 1950s, it

remains just as captivating today. It is much less flash or overstated than his more contemporary

stories but consequently more subtle and character centred in its simple plot. Let it take you away on a rainy day.
Makaitist
A good story keeps d reader wanting to read more
I absolutely loved it. I have read almost all Harold Robbins book. I think that Never Leave Me is one of my favorites.

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