Á The Notebook ☆ Download by ✓ Nicholas Sparks
Á The Notebook ☆ Download by ✓ Nicholas Sparks 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,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 loversthey are in a boat on a lake, romantic setting, yes It starts to rain She s wearing a white dress We have to get you inside w Have you ever come across something so undeniably cute that you feel like you may be crushed by the weight of squee that s about to explode from you chest.
Kind of like when you see this That s what reading The Notebook was like The romantic tone of The Notebook was both its greatest asset and biggest downfall Nobody wants to be crushed by squee any than they want to drown in their own tears and The Notebook wants to destroy you Never doubt that Whether it s leaching your bodily liquids out of you until you resemble The Ice Man or boring you to death Really, those are the only two options you ve got with this book 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 imager
I m just gonna say it I expected less.
Not being inexperienced in the reading of Nicholas Sparks novels, I somewhat knew this book would contain tons and tons of corny and cheesy replies and gestures But NOT in every single paragraph I m not one to discard the idea of soul mates, after all the young adult readings that I have done, but when something is too wonderful and perfect, it sannoying than cute So there is too much of that.
Also, the plot is so weirdly shaped It starts with Noah as an elderly, in the first person, then it continues in the 3rd person with Noah in his thirties, and it finally ends with elderly Noah in the first person again I know why the author did that and it s pretty ingenious when you globally think about it This is the worst book I have EVER read 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 This book teaches you that ANYONE could write a bestseller 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.
quite possibly the sweetest love story ever I wept like a baby.
4 StarsAlso reviewed at Lady Jayne s Reading Den Sweet and romantic, but I liked the movie muchIn fact, I LOVED the movie and watched it before reading this In the movie, the characters of Noah and Allie hadintensity 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 favouriteI am a common man with common thoughts, and I ve led a common life 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 We sit silently and watch the world around us 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 im
Here are a few of my favorite quotes from the book I am a common man with common thoughts, and I ve led a common life 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 We sit silently and watch the world around us 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, A Man With A Faded, Well Worn Notebook Open In His Lap A Woman Experiencing A Morning Ritual She Doesn T Understand Until He Begins To read To Her An Achingly Tender Story About The Enduring Power Of LoveA Man With A Faded, Well Worn Notebook Open In His Lap A Woman Experiencing A Morning Ritual She Doesn T Understand Until He Begins To read To Her The Notebook Is An Achingly Tender Story About The Enduring Power Of Love, A Story Of Miracles That Will Stay With You Forever Set Amid The Austere Beauty Of Coastal North Carolina In , The Notebook Begins With The Story Of Noah Calhoun, A Rural Southerner Returned Home From World War II Noah, Thirty One, Is Restoring A Plantation Home To Its Former Glory, And He Is Haunted By Images Of The Beautiful Girl He Met Fourteen Years Earlier, A Girl He Loved Like No Other Unable To Find Her, Yet Unwilling To Forget The Summer They Spent Together, Noah Is Content To Live With Only Memoriesuntil She Unexpectedly Returns To His Town To See Him Once Again Allie Nelson, Twenty Nine, Is Now Engaged To Another Man, But Realizes That The original Passion She Felt For Noah Has Not Dimmed With The Passage Of Time Still, The Obstacles That Once Ended Their Previous Relationship Remain, And The Gulf Between Their Worlds Is Too Vast To Ignore With Her Impending Marriage Only Weeks Away, Allie Is Forced To Confront Her Hopes And Dreams For The Future, A Future That Only She Can Shape Like A Puzzle Within A Puzzle, The Story Of Noah And Allie Is Just The Beginning As It Unfolds, Their Tale Miraculously Becomes Something Different, With Much Higher Stakes The Result Is A Deeply Moving Portrait Of Love Itself, The Tender Moments And The Fundamental Changes That Affect Us All Shining With A Beauty That Is Rarely Found In Current Literature, The Notebook Establishes Nicholas Sparks As A Classic Storyteller With A Unique Insight Into The Only Emotion That Really Matters I Am Nothing Special, Of This I Am Sure I Am A Common Man With Common Thoughts And I Ve Led A Common Life 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 And So Begins One Of The Most Poignant And Compelling Love Stories You Will Ever ReadThe Notebook image error