Moral Compass by Danielle Steel













Moral Compass by Danielle Steel, “at an elite private school in Massachusetts, a wide circle of lives will be forever changed by devastating events in Danielle Steel’s riveting novel.”

“Saint Ambrose Prep is where the wealthy send their children for the best possible education. Led by an Ivy League faculty, its graduates become lawyers, politicians, filmmakers, and CEOs. Traditionally a boys-only school, Saint Ambrose has just enrolled one hundred and forty female students for the first time. Even though most of the students have all the privilege in the world, some are struggling.  In such a heightened environment, even the smallest spark can become a raging fire.”

“One day after the school’s annual Halloween event, a student lies in the hospital, poisoned by dangerous levels of alcohol.  Only the handful of students who were there the night before truly know what happened and they have vowed to keep one another’s secrets.  As details emerge, powerful families are forced to hire attorneys as others watch helplessly.  Parents’ marriages are jeopardized, and students’ futures are impacted.  No one can escape the fallout.”

“Danielle Steel illuminates the life-altering event from every possible point of view. As the drama unfolds, the characters will reach a crossroads where they must choose between what is easy and what is right, and find the moral compass they will need for the rest of their lives.”

Moral Compass by Danielle Steel, has written a book that should be read by parents and their youth.  The people in this day and age need to get a moral compass in their lives, if they don’t already have one.  How many of us would do what the boy’s in this story did?  Run off and leave the victim to lay there just waiting for some help. They were very lucky that she didn’t die. Next time will they be so willing to run before finding help for the victim? May our moral compass be with us on a daily basis.  I hope you will enjoy the book.  You may find it at Amazon.  Thank you (c) Erma Friesen 2021

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