Goodbye Janette [Harold robbins] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Traces the lives of three beautiful, sensuous women involved in the. Goodbye, Janette – Harold Robbins. With one leap, he caught her arm before she reached the door. He dragged her back into the room. Yes, after a relatively restrained, very dull detour into labor-unions (Memories of Another Day), Robbins is back in porno-land. And though the.

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He died from respiratory heart failure on October 14, at the age of His first book, Never Love a Strangercaused controversy with its graphic sexuality. Sep 07, Dennis rated it liked it Shelves: Typical Harold Robbins – always keeps you interested – fast and racey I gpodbye enjoyed it.

Among robbnis best-known books is The Carpetbaggers, loosely based on the life of Howard Hughes,taking the reader from New York to California, from the prosperity of the aeronautical industry to the glamor of Hollywood. Altogether a very seamless read that keeps you captivated.

Mar 01, Hazel rated it it was amazing Shelves: Help us fill the void. Oct 28, S. Actually, that’s only partly true; another of the many frustrations about this novel is that it occasionally shows true flashes of vintage OTT Harold Robbins. I will dispose of my paperbacks, by the same author, unread. View hoodbye 13 comments. Hey also, thanks for introducing me to Herbert Kastle’s novels.


Goodbye, Janette

With her keen instincts and rich sensuality Tanya Pojarska survived the fires of World War II and gained control of a vast fortune. So this was a formative novel in a way. No eBook available Amazon. Robbins’ classics from the 60’s and ’70s when all he wrote went up the charts. Memories of Another Day. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Jun 18, Martin rated it liked it. As if that isn’t enough, Maurice eventually moves on to young Janette, now a preteen, paying her visits over the years and stripping her down before he whips her — and she janethe it! He is an author that loves power!

Johan takes Lauren off to raise her in America. Open Preview See a Problem? We’re lulled into the narrative as Robbins jumps back and forth from immediate post-WWII Paris to a few years prior, as Tanya falls in love with the German businessman.

Goodbye, Janette by Harold Robbins

I became irritated at harolx end because there was not closure regarding the 3 main characters. Okay, maybe there are a few lines I might try out the next time I’m at a swingers party, but other than that, not much worth noting.

Goodbye, Janette – Harold Robbins Location. Feb 15, Deanna rated it really liked it Shelves: Read most of his books.

Robbins is asking the reader to look beyond what is glaringly obvious to a world that exists for rich and poor alike. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There is a lot of financial skulduggery and kinky sex talk that move the novel along, but none of it particularly interesting.


Oct goobye, Mangalam Shiva rated it really liked it. That said, some of the dirty parts were kind of hot in a kinky way. A lot of people have reviewed this book over the years and the consensus seems to be split between a well written novel with plenty of erotica and a trashy porn story masquerading as a hharold. Look for similar items by category. Thank you for rating this Product.

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To look at Goodbye Janette solely as a good yarn or a smut fest is doing both the manette and the reader a grave injustice. So gorgeous Janette and baby half-sister Lauren fathered by one of Tanya’s extramarital lovers must fend for themselves.

My favorite Robbins by far is still “Dreams Die First,” but I have a suspicion “The Piranhas” might be up there as well; it was supposedly the last novel Robbins wrote by himself, and it sounds to be as weird as “Dreams Die First.