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I LOVED the story but when I watched it, it didn't catch me in the same way. Not at all. Book...WONDERFUL. TV story bad.Published 7 hours ago by Margaret Money
Nicholas Sparks never disappoints. I read this book after I saw the movie and could not believe how much the movie left out. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Pariesa
As always, Sparks did a fantastic job with thi book. Great story, well written. Heart-warming characters. And who doesnt love a marine?Published 11 hours ago by Colleen Waymon
the story is a real tearjerker but has a happier ending for a Nicholas Sparks movie and i can't wait to see the movie.Published 4 days ago by Agmaverick
Watching the movie first kind of changed how I felt about this book.. I couldn't put it down but kept comparing the differences.Published 8 days ago by Jamie V.
There is nothing Nicholas Sparks writes that I don't like. This one is no exception!Published 8 days ago by Adrienne
This Nicholas Sparks novel is a great example of his work. He writes with a lot of thought and care. He develops his characters that we might relate to their roles in the story. Read morePublished 9 days ago by rev t
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|appropriate age for The Lucky One or other NS novels?||
I would not recommend Sparks' novels for a 12 year old. Nicholas Sparks' books are about adult relationships. In my opinion, they are too emotionally mature for that age group.
As an example, I just finished "The Lucky One". Although not at all graphic, there is a... Read More
Feb 23, 2010 by T. Roberts | See all 7 posts
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