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  • ISBN 0450038777
  • ISBN13 978-0450038778
  • Language English
  • Author Harold Robbins
  • Publisher New English Library; New Ed edition (1978)
  • Pages 320
  • Formats lrf txt azw doc
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Contemporary
  • Size ePub 1439 kb
  • Size Fb2 1300 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 529


Robbins’ books are packed with action, sustained by a strong narrative drive and are given vitality by his own colorful life.

The most seductive, most dazzling novel from America’s master storyteller. Harold Robbins is a master! -Playboy. Robbins’ books are packed with action, sustained by a strong narrative drive and are given vitality by his own colorful life. The Wall Street Journal. Robbins is one of the world’s five bestselling author. ach week, an estimated 280,000 peopl. urchase a Harold Robbins book. Robbins grabs the reader and doesn’t let go. -Publishers Weekly.

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Dreams Die First will definitely leave mark somewhere on your heart. Harold Robbins is a wonderful author that puts you under his spell with every book that he writes. This may sound like a personal view but I came across many people those who just loved this book. Also, many people have complained about this book being substitute to a porn book, but I strongly disagree, if you have read about Harold Robbins or his work, you will know that his work anything but pornography. And he has done it again with this one. A great read with lots of action.

Harold Robbins (May 21, 1916 – October 14, 1997) was an American author of popular novels. Robbins was born Harold Rubin in New York City, the son of Frances "Fannie" Smith and Charles Rubin. His parents were well-educated Jewish emigrants from the Russian Empire, his father from Odessa and his mother from Neshwies, south of Minsk.

Robbins eroticized commerce, and, at the same time, he commercialized erotica, dashing into a rich new .

Robbins eroticized commerce, and, at the same time, he commercialized erotica, dashing into a rich new market for dirty books. The New Yorker Robbins’ dialogue is movin. is people have the warmth of life. The New York Times Taking on the free love hippie culture of the ’60s, Harold Robbins spins a masterful tale of lust, greed, lurid sex and ambition. This classic, which spent almost 30 weeks on The New York Times best sellers list, shows the passion of youth and the power of exposing societal taboo

Dreams Die First is an explosive story of one man's vision of liberated sexuality and how he turns that vision into a life of fame and fantasy.

Dreams Die First is an explosive story of one man's vision of liberated sexuality and how he turns that vision into a life of fame and fantasy. But all that power comes at a price, as a ruthless underworld syndicate seeks to topple Gareth's throne. Harold Robbins, the world's bestselling novelist, does it again in Dreams Die First, a tale of power and passion that transports readers to another place and time.

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Harold Robbins, writer whose formula of sex, money and power made him one of. .Among the books made into movies were ''Never Love a Stranger,'' ''The Carpetbaggers,'' ''The Adventurers,'' ''The Betsy'' and ''Dreams Die First.

Harold Robbins, writer whose formula of sex, money and power made him one of best-selling authors of his day, dies at age 81; photo (L. Another film, ''Nevada Smith,'' was based on a character in ''The Carpetbaggers. No one can compare with what I've done

Dreams die first : a novel. Dreams die first : a novel. Robbins, Harold, 1916-1997.

Dreams die first : a novel. New York : Pocket Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana.

HAROLD ROBBINS To date, this incredible man, who became a star author with Never Love a Stranger, has sold a staggering 685 million books. Every single day at least. Memories of Another Day. Never Love a Stranger.

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melody of you
Dreams Die First will appeal to people who like reading material that is close to reality. If you like reading fiction that doesn't have a feel of fiction in it but takes you to the era where and when the book was written, this book is for you.
I have read most of the work by Harold Robbins and I can tell you that this is the BEST. In fact the more popular " Never love a stranger" comes second.
The story is about a young man who is living on social security and then with a little help from his uncle he reaches the height of pornography publishing. He gets success, and wealth but all at a price.
Dreams Die First will definitely leave mark somewhere on your heart. I can say this, because even after reading so many novels, this one remains my favorite. This may sound like a personal view but I came across many people those who just loved this book.
Also, many people have complained about this book being substitute to a porn book, but I strongly disagree, if you have read about Harold Robbins or his work, you will know that his work anything but pornography. It's just the attention to details and the explicit way of explaining the situations.
He was a great writer and so is his work!
Vispel
As a historical artifact indicating how we got to Jackie Collins and James Patterson it is interesting and if you like their books, you will find much to like in their progenitor. Sex, violence, continuous rolling crises, drugs and did I mention sex? Not much substance, or lessons that can be applied to one's own life, but that is not the point. Compellingly readable. Ridiculous.
Balhala
I read this book a long time ago and I remembered loving the story. I got a second chance to read it and I was prepared to be disappointed (sometimes our memories are better than what we thought things actually were), but the book was as good as the first time. This book is a good depiction of what was going on in the late 60s-early 70s "peace and love" mentality. It's a book to entertain the reader, not to win the Pulitzer prize.
Tygralbine
I know what the writer was going for and I know what the drive to be rich will make you do. I don't agree that taking drugs will help you achieve your goals but I think that hard work by you and your friends and like minded individuals are important. I know other people would like this book also.
Gianni_Giant
A perfect capsule of "popular fiction" for its time, reflecting the free-for-all that was sex and "love" in the 70s. Can be a bit of a downer, but the tone it takes of a young man seeking redemption amongst the decadence is spot-on.
Arashilkis
excellent story teller is Harold Robbins---especially his earlier books
Shaktizragore
I had heard so many people refer to Harold Robbins as an author very similar to Sidney Sheldon so I thought I'd give him a try. As a big fan of Sheldon's books (at least the books written before Tilly Bagshawe became a co-author) I can honestly say that he is not. I had read 'Never Love a Stranger' first, but found that I couldn't completely lose myself in his story because the plot bounces around so much. His books lack flow in the storyline and in characters. I spend half my time wondering if we have skipped into the main character's future or past. I decided to try one more book to see if the problem was only in the first book he wrote. Unfortunately, this seems to be his writing style in all his book. In Dreams Die First, it seems to have the same problem of bouncing between present and future events, and it seems the sex scenes are thrown in randomly, just for shock value. I don't think I'll be reading anymore of his stories.
Too much of everything. I loved Harold Robbins years ago and thought this would take me "back to the old days." Well, it didn't. For me it was way over the top.