Once again, Sparks won me over. Amalgamating the two sources, I give you my favourite moments: Spark 1: This may seem like a very pompous thing for Jamie to say, but taken into context with what her future holds. One day at rehearsal, Jamie asks if Landon will walk her home, after which it becomes routine. Instead of merely inviting an author to a reading followed by a discussion, this time the event series brought together two authors, one Indonesian and one German, for a whole day. Landon would never have dreamed of it.
Everywhere she went she carried her bible and she never put on make up and didn't mix with the so called cool kids. Every April, when the wind smells of both the sea and lilacs, Landon Carter remembers 1958, his last year at Beaufort High. I loved the small-town atmosphere, and I was quickly swept away into the story, even though I knew most of it and who it would end. Sparks wrote one of his best-known stories, The Notebook, over a period of six months at age 28. Hard to imagine, but Landon finds himself dateless for the homecoming dance and as much as he doesn't really want to ask Jamie to go with him as he knows everyone will talk about him, but he figured it was better than not having a date at all. The material was far too idyllic in some parts, and overly sanguine in others.
I agree with Sparks views on love in that love prevails over all. Read for the second time: 2009? Now I am going review and summarize this book for you. And most of all, I want. The charm of this lovely novel all lies in its simplicity and purity; the quiet setting, the easy plot, the everyday characters and the beautiful and breathtaking, yet uncomplicated love story that'll make you believe in the most wonderful of fairy-tales, without necessitating the encumbrances of ladies stuck in high towers, charming princes on white horses, madcap passions and flowery love declarations. Duration: 1 to 1¼ hours. And just like Jamie, she always carried the Bible around with her every where she went.
It's nice to escape to reality and this book is a nice way to do it. There was a time when the world was sweeter. This was a very good book, and was the first and only book that made me cry in a long time. They say opposites attract and for Jamie Sullivan and Landon Carter this was true. Romance is the least among the genres that I craved to try.
A quiet girl who always carried a Bible with her schoolbooks, Jamie seemed content living in a world apart from the other teens. Years later, Landon returns to Beaufort to visit Jamie's father, revealing that he had been accepted into medical school. There was a time when the world was sweeter. It is never jealous, love is never boastful or conceited. I hope viewers are struck by the wonderful chemistry between Ben Walker and Theresa Palmer. This beautiful, tragic story can make you believe in love. Even just looking at the cover makes my insides turn all gooey and reminds me of all Jamie and Landon had to gone through.
The writing was easy and the plot wasn't too complicated. Searching through the titles, the only one that was available was A Walk To Remember, and I took it and started reading it. This is the reason why it took me more than a month to finish this book. No boy had ever asked her out. It was a beautiful, heartwarming, powerful tearjerker. The movie explores peer pressure and cliques, and characters learn to move beyond such childish and conformist social groupings.
I wanted to like this book, since so many people I knew enjoyed it, but I ended up hating it. But still pass by to have a quick fix for our hunger and we cannot deny that we like it. Some of the overly familiar situations include the plain girl who loosens her hair and turns out to be beautiful, the reunion with the estranged father, and that old favorite, movie star's disease, in which the actress becomes more beautiful as she gets sicker. It reminds me of autumm, memories,walking, and lives changing. On New Year's Jamie and Landon go to dinner, where they share their first dance. All of his books have been New York Times bestsellers, with over 105 million copies sold worldwide, in more than 50 languages, including over 75 million copies in the United States alone. I mean, the world is full of treachery and duplicitous people but here are Sparks' characters that are their total opposites.
Jamie was the daughter of a small town baptist minister. Nicholas' mother, Jill EmmaMarie Jill , worked as both a homemaker and optometrist's assistant. How a twist of fate could change a boy's life and make him see what life has to offer him. Landon is a rebellious teen who is very popular jock, and would never even be seen with anyone like Jamie. Spark 3: The last line wasn't in the book. So I found myself in a dilemma.
I like my love stories with a little more pizzazz, wit and humour. Jamie tearfully accepts, and they get married in the church where her mother was married. Sadly, my sister died in June 2000. I stopped after reading 2 stars because I got tired of his Hallmark-kind of storytelling. Landon's knocking on his father's door and pleading with him to save Jamie, taking into account the fact that years had elapsed without them talking, was one of the most powerful scenes in the movie which was not emphasized in the novel. Instead, I stumbled upon reading this love story book.