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  • My Ridiculously Simplified Synopsis: WHAT THE FUCK! THIS IS A MASSIVE TEAR JERKER! I CRIED FOR SEVERAL TIMES!
  • A dose of Nicholas Sparks’ trademark, a bittersweet novel. The story revolves around Ronnie (I think he’s the female version of Landon, from A Walk To Remember), a rebellious Manhattan girl, who hates her father, then instantly regrets it when she knew that something will soon take him away from her.
  • The book, I can’t put it down. Of course, the start was boring, then it’ll move your soul to the last page.
  • A pure chick lit, girls will swoon over Will, the dashing lover of Ronnie. After reading this book, I wished that I was more like him, yeah, and this book made me realize how bad I want a girlfriend.
  • Like what my Synopsis said, prepare some tissues, start pulling one when you read the last three chapters.
  • What more can I say? Not one of his bests, but it’s romantic. Sparks really used one of his best pen to write this, well of course, he’s an enthralling writer. And lastly, this novel’s a concrete evidence that Nicholas Sparks is one the best romance novelists nowadays.
  • I’m quite fond of Jonah, Ronnie’s little brother. He loves video games, likes to watch TV when he’s upside down, and of course, COOKIES! He is very close to his dad and even though he acts like an adult, he is still a child with a child’s emotions. I liked his one liner’s.
  • And Steve, of course, the father, the former concert pianist, the character which I associated with myself. He’s the contstant tear-jerker in this book. Trust me.
  • The tale that unfolds is an unforgettable story of love on many levels —first love, love between parents and children — that shows, as only a Nicholas Sparks novel can, the many ways that love can break our hearts.. and heal them.
  • Why Read It? Cause I think the movie, haven’t watched it yet, will suck in so many ways. Better enjoy the book, than be disappointed with the movie.
  • My Ridiculously Simplified Synopsis: WHAT THE FUCK! THIS IS A MASSIVE TEAR JERKER! I CRIED FOR SEVERAL TIMES!
  • A dose of Nicholas Sparks’ trademark, a bittersweet novel. The story revolves around Ronnie (I think he’s the female version of Landon, from A Walk To Remember), a rebellious Manhattan girl, who hates her father, then instantly regrets it when she knew that something will soon take him away from her.
  • The book, I can’t put it down. Of course, the start was boring, then it’ll move your soul to the last page.
  • A pure chick lit, girls will swoon over Will, the dashing lover of Ronnie. After reading this book, I wished that I was more like him, yeah, and this book made me realize how bad I want a girlfriend.
  • Like what my Synopsis said, prepare some tissues, start pulling one when you read the last three chapters.
  • What more can I say? Not one of his bests, but it’s romantic. Sparks really used one of his best pen to write this, well of course, he’s an enthralling writer. And lastly, this novel’s a concrete evidence that Nicholas Sparks is one the best romance novelists nowadays.
  • I’m quite fond of Jonah, Ronnie’s little brother. He loves video games, likes to watch TV when he’s upside down, and of course, COOKIES! He is very close to his dad and even though he acts like an adult, he is still a child with a child’s emotions. I liked his one liner’s.
  • And Steve, of course, the father, the former concert pianist, the character which I associated with myself. He’s the contstant tear-jerker in this book. Trust me.
  • The tale that unfolds is an unforgettable story of love on many levels —first love, love between parents and children — that shows, as only a Nicholas Sparks novel can, the many ways that love can break our hearts.. and heal them.
  • Why Read It? Cause I think the movie, haven’t watched it yet, will suck in so many ways. Better enjoy the book, than be disappointed with the movie.
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