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    The Notebook Nicholas Sparks Epub

    With over million copies of his books sold, Nicholas Sparks is one of the world's most beloved Nicholas Sparks Author cover image of The Notebook . Книга The Notebook -Nicholas Sparks- скачать бесплатно в fb2,txt,epub для Android, iPhone, iPad, на телефон. The Notebook. 作者:Nicholas Sparks. 分类:英文原版. 豆瓣评分:. 简介:. A man with a faded, well-worn notebook open in his lap. A woman experiencing a.

    Also available as: Not in United States? Choose your country's store to see books available for download. Every so often a love story so captures our hearts that it becomes more than a story-it becomes an experience to remember forever. The Notebook is such a book. It is a celebration of how passion can be ageless and timeless, a tale that moves us to laughter and tears and makes us believe in true love all over again At twenty-nine, socialite Allie Nelson is about to marry a wealthy lawyer, but she cannot stop thinking about the boy who long ago stole her heart. Thus begins the story of a love so enduring and deep it can turn tragedy into triumph, and may even have the power to create a miracle Looking for You.

    What renders Sparks's Wokini: A Lakota Journey of Happiness and Self-Understanding sentimental story somewhat distinctive are two chapters, which take place in a nursing home in the '90s, that frame the central story. The first sets the stage for the reading of the eponymous notebook, while the later one takes the characters into the land beyond happily ever after, a future rarely examined in books of this nature.

    Early on, Noah claims that theirs may be either a tragedy or a love story, depending on the perspective. Ultimately, the judgment is up to readers? For the latter, this will be a weeper. Here is a first novel that many people are banking on: the Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Club are featuring it as a main selection and film, foreign, and serial rights are already sold.

    At 80, Noah Calhoun reads daily from a notebook containing the love story of Noah and Allie. We learn of the teenaged lovers, their year separation and reunion in New Bern, North Carolina, just weeks before Allie is to marry another man.

    Back in the present, we learn that Noah and Allie did marry and were happy for more than 40 years. Now, they are residents of a nursing home, separated both by rooms and, more profoundly, by Allie's Alzheimer's. Noah's daily reading from the notebook is not to himself; he reads aloud to Allie, hoping that the power of their love story will reach her.

    Noah's coping mechanisms as an old man are exceptional, and the novel's format, focusing just on the dual beginnings of their love story and its denouement, is intriguing. For all popular collections. Rebecca S. Kelm, Northern Kentucky Univ. Written in the opaque language of a fable, the novel opens in a nursing home as year-old Noah Calhoun, "a common man with common thoughts," reads a love story from a notebook; it is his own story.

    In , Noah, newly returned from the war, is trying to forget a long-ago summer romance with Allie Nelson, the daughter of a powerful businessman. Allie, soon to be married, feels compelled to track Noah down. One steamed-crab dinner and a canoe ride later, they fall madly in love again.

    The notebook: a novel

    We then learn that Noah, now aged and infirm, is reading his notebook to Allie in an attempt to jog her memory, severely impaired by Alzheimer's disease, and, miraculously, he succeeds, much to the amazement of the hospital staff.

    There is something suspect about a romantic relationship that reaches its acme when one of the partners is in the throes of dementia, but then, this is well within the confines of the romance genre--love conquers all, even Alzheimer's, leaving the medical experts and this reviewer confounded. If you want to read a novel in which the romance is grounded in something real, and the magic is truly magical, read the work of Alice Hoffman.

    If you want to read an upscale Harlequin romance with great crossover appeal, then read The Notebook. Joanne Wilkinson Two ordinary people are rendered extraordinary by the strength, power and beauty of true love; each brings out the best in the other, and their pure love endures. The dual performance of Kate Nelligan and Campbell Scott enhances this smooth abridgment of Sparks's lyrical novel. With the perspectives of both characters presented, one has a sense of hearing the whole story.

    Nelligan's genteel, Southern tones blend perfectly with Scott's straightforward, gentle, often sensuous baritone. The readers deliver strong characterizations of both the younger, passionate lovers and the matured, easily fatigued, nursing home residents they become. Louise Forster. Our First Christmas. Lisa Jackson. Walking Disaster. Jamie McGuire. A New Hope. Robyn Carr. It Ain't Me, Babe. Tillie Cole. One Plus One.

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