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Nicholas Sparks has created a poignant story about two people who try to recapture the love they once shared despite the passage of time. John Hamilton Alessandro Quarta: Oh and "the two become one" when they make love. I am who I am because of you. Lowest common denominator. Martha was a love interest of Noah that never fully developed because he could not bring himself to move on.
Moreover, when Noah sees Allie again, she is engaged to a super rich attorney. That super rich attorney, to whom I forgot the name of, is madly stressed out when he discovers that Allie has been with Noah the whole time she claimed to needing time to make some purchases in a specific city.
So what does he do? He runs to her and tries to win her back! But does he ever turn against Noah? Noah is an angel, how can anyone despise him? And finally, the mother.
So not realistic.
Basically, this book is made of rainbows and sunshine. Not my favorite combination. I expected less of that. I read this book on a train from Italy to somewhere else in Europe after graduating from college.
I was unfortunate enough to be forced to buy it because there were no other English Language novels to choose from. I know this is a beloved book, by a beloved author, but if I could give it any sort of negative rating, I would.
The "Gag me with a spoon" category is almost too kind. My apologies to any one who likes Nicholas Sparks - if you're able to find the genius in his writing, more power to you! When I heard the plot - an old man is reliving his personal history with the love of his life as she suffers from dementia - I had much hope for a touching story. Esh - I was sorely disappointed. My favorite memory is reading the scene between the two young and I'm assuming attractive lovers It starts to rain.
She's wearing a white dress. After reading the book, I passed it on to my now husband, who was also on the train. Keep in mind, there were no other English options! He starts to comment, "Oh, they're on the lake in a boat And the fact that this guy is so popular continues to astound me. I would give it less than zero stars if I could. My sister tricked me into reading this book, and I wish I could gain that time back into my life so I could read a different book.
Just be sappy and corny and have one big-ass deus ex machina and you're all set for stardom. As you can tell, I don't read shit that I think I won't like. I have rated many books as a 4 or 5, and this book pisses me off to no end because it had the audacity to waste my time as a reader.
Kind of like when you see this? The romantic tone of The Notebook was both its greatest asset and biggest downfall.
Nobody wants to be crushed by squee anymore than they want to drown in their own tears and The Notebook wants to destroy you. Never doubt that. Who can stand to see something as cute as that kitten up there all day every day? You need something not so cute to break up the boredom. Similarly, in The Notebook, the long, romantic verses filled with poetry and stunning imagery will ultimately become tiresome the longer you read it.
In the movie, the characters of Noah and Allie had more intensity and passion. It is one of those rare moments, for me, when the movie was better than the book. There are some great quotes in this book though.
These were my favourite: There are no monuments dedicated to me and my name will soon be forgotten, but I've loved another with all my heart and soul, and to me, this has always been enough. This has taken a lifetime to learn. It seems only the old are able to sit next to one another and not say anything and still feel content. The young, brash and impatient, must always break the silence. It is a waste, for silence is pure. Silence is holy. It draws people together because only those who are comfortable with each other can sit without speaking.
For me, love like that has only happened once, and that's why every minute we spent together has been seared in my memory. I'll never forget a single moment of it. It's going to be really hard; we're gonna have to work at this everyday, but I want to do that because I want you. I want all of you, forever, everyday. You and me I am who I am because of you. You are every reason, every hope, and every dream I've ever had, and no matter what happens to us in the future, everyday we are together is the greatest day of my life.
I will always be yours. I do not hold the copyright to any of the images used in this review. They are posted to add visuals to the review and for fun. If any of these images are yours and you would like me to remove them, please let me know, and I will do so as soon as possible.
If I can identify the copyright, I will do so. This is my favorite love story ever.
It shows what true soul mates are. I also loved the movie as much as the book. If you don't cry when you read this then something is wrong with you. I think that you can love someone like ally did the lawyer, but only true love with your soul mate like with Noah.
People who don't like this book have never truely been loved, because if you have it hits home. Here are a few of my favorite quotes from the book: Vanessa bought me this book after I watched Fracture and developed a serious crush on Ryan Gosling. Well, that led me to this movie and, unfortunately, this book. How does this man have a career as a writer?!
Lowest common denominator. I read this book because my sister loved it. It made me sad. Not because it was a sad story, but because it was so poorly written. This Sparks character had a fantastic idea for a story, a truly painful and passionate story of love and devotion. But the book? It was like my 14 year old nephew watched this brilliant movie, then tried to write about it on his myspace blog.
It was butchered by an appalling lack adjectives and an appalling lack of emotion. The fact that so many people are willing to overlook Sparks' lack of creativity and inability to, well, write, is also sad.
Sad, I say. Sorry Tracy. I couldn't get over the premise where Noah and Allie meet when they are teenagers, spend one summer together and meet again after 14 years to realise they are still utterly in love?! It irritated me to no end that Sparks felt the need to not leave anything unexplained, describing things in excruciating detail, boring me but more so putting me off reading any of his other books.
In the end it just felt like it was dragging on and on and on - I just wanted it to end. Also, since I listened to the audio version I must say that the choice for the reader of the audio book isn't the most brilliant one.
His voice is kind of suited for the old Noah but his imitation of a young Allie is just really off-putting. Plus, he's got that kind of voice that makes me want to fall asleep straight away. Combine that with the terrible style and plot, this book can only be described as indigestible. No more Nicholas Sparks for me, thank you! Well, that's one author I can cross off my "to-read" list.
Noah and Allie fell in love one summer when he was 17 and she She leaves, and fourteen years pass before Allie, now engaged, returns to Noah. Are they still in love? Will she marry her over-working fiance, with whom she shares a passionless relationship and who keeps her from pursuing her passion of art?
Or will she choose Noah, the boy she spent a grand total of one summer with and lost her virginity to and hasn't had sex with another man in the entire 14 years they've been apart? I see people enjoying this for primarily two reason: You adore sappy romances where you can predict the plot from the beginning and have to keep a box of tissues nearby for the monsoon of tears that will be spilled.
You love the "Greatest Love of All Ages" ending with the couple in "present day" as 80 year-olds gasping on their death beds, clinging to each other's hands. You love to participate in Bad Book Buddy Reads with an amazing compatriot.
You love to groan as the plot points are written in big crayon pages before they appear, roll your eyes at the overwrought descriptions of love, and wince at Trio of Terrible Writing, Cardboard Characters, and Zero Subtlety.
Guess which one I was? This book was bad; bad as in "so good it's bad" category. Meaning, perfect for Bad Book Buddy Reads. And I was not disappointed - this book was a gold mine of snarkable material.
The characters are so flat, they are almost invisible. The rest of the characters what few of them even exist are even worse if that is possible ; Lon is the Foil, Anne, Allie's mom, is the Voice of Inspiration, Gus is the Person of Color no seriously, there is no reason he appears in this book.
I get that this book is a mere pages long in my edition, but come on! Fill the world with some color, why don't ya? I was surprised at the progression of what passes for "story". I saw the movie, so I remember there was quite a bit of build-up between teenaged Allie and Noah along with the older people. The book totally skips over ANY sort of relationship building between the teenaged protagonists and instead starts the story with a HUGE backstory dump with Noah at 31 and Allie at 29!
As I said, there is no chemistry between the two.
That is NOT chemistry; that is a summary. Last thing: I could not believe how awful the writing was. It was so boring! So simple! So fraught with telling and not showing.
And I even spotted some grammar errors tenses changing in mid-sentence and some unclear pronoun usage. There isn't very many times I say this, but the movie was lightyears better than the book and I wasn't even that big of a fan of the movie! I guess you can give Sparks credit for being able to write a concept that would make a good movie, but when I read a book, I have certain criteria: If you are curious about this book, watch the movie.
If you are a big sucker for sappy romances or love to snark with buddies, pick this book up!
So, I didn't love this book, even though every other girl on planet earth does. Here's the deal: Sweet, right?
Except here is how he shows his love: It involves hooking up as teenagers, then being apart without communication for years and years, yet yearning for one another while sleeping around with other people, then getting back together to fornicate like crazy and cheat on her fiance and break up her soon to be wedding.
If that is not eternal and undying love, I don't know what is. There is no way you can go wrong picking a life partner if you are horny and running away from responsibility and commitment, as this book clearly shows.
That is the only way to find a man who will love you and change your diapers for you when you get old. Okay, so he wasn't changing her diapers, but you get the point. I try to go with the romance of the book, and it is romantic in the eldery love sort of way hence the 3 stars, because I figure eventually they grew up , but I can't help but think the main characters are sleazy. The end. Throw tomatoes at me now.
Does such true love really exist? Nicholas Sparks, all I can tell is that your wife Cathy has been lucky to marry you! I cried like a baby. Yes, true love will return to you, maybe not in a very perfect condition, maybe with a fiancee, maybe not with a good heart, but surely it'll return. Where I got the book: I have absolutely no idea what this was doing on the Shelf of Shame.
I'm really hoping it was a freebie from some event, because seriously, I wouldn't have bought it would I? Bottom line: Well, there's no accounting for taste, and if you like sappy Twoo Luv stories this is your man. My mileage varied, mostly because I was reading critically with ALL my teeth and claws out, so I'll forgive you if you enjoyed it because yeah, I can see where the enjoyment could happen.
My emotions changed as I read through this novel. They were, in order, Incredulity, Boredom and Depression.
IncredulityWell, THAT got off to a good start when I realized that pretty much the entire novel was going to be a flashback. This is the scene-setting exposition part of the story, which continues for an alarming 38 pages but really should have been much longer, because it's a sketch of a teenage love story yawn with parental opposition YAWN and How The War Matured Me. And of course Noah is a gentle poet who likes to take things slooooooowly and commune with Nature, sort of like Walt Whitman with less hair Whitman is liberally quoted, which vexed me because quoting poetry in novels is a pet peeve of mine.
Also song lyrics. Oh yeah, and suggesting he crack open a bottle just in case her inhibitions don't drop low enough. This, naturally, leads to a massive bonkathon extending over several days. After which Allie, who should pretty much be unable to walk by now, actually has the gall to do the it's-not-you-it's-me speech and LEAVE. DepressionAnd then the story jumps forward half a century and everyone's dying which SHOULD cheer me up, given what I think about these two, but in fact it reminds me that all Twoo Luv stories pretty much end this way.
At my age I do NOT need reminding that if we're lucky we'll end up holding each other's arthritic hands in a nursing home. Even though the Allie we see in the backstory is just a bundle of sexual and emotional neediness with none of the drive and passion of a real artist. I mean if she were that great she'd be producing art without Noah having to tell her to do it, right? And then when we jump forward she's completely lost the plot anyway, so basically Allie remains entirely devoid of character.
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