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Thankfully, The Longest Ride was absolutely perfect! This novel is definitely my favorite by Sparks and I canNOT wait to see the movie.
The Longest Ride shares two parallel stories that I’ll only touch upon briefly because I don’t want to give anything away.
The first story is of Ira Levinson, who is a ninety-one year old widower that has careened off a snowy embankment and is stranded waiting for help. As the hours and cold set in, the outlook is bleak and daunting. However, it’s during Ira’s most desperate moments that his wife Ruth that passed away nine years ago appears to him and together they reminisce about the life they shared together prior to her passing. This is the story we all dream of…That’s one in a life-time love…Ira and Ruth story was my all time favorite.
The second story occurs miles away between a cowboy, bull-rider named Luke and a college student named Sophia. They meet at a rodeo and soon strike up an unbreakable bond and heartfelt romance that’s not without its fair share of struggles and hardships.
As these storylines progress, we get to know these two couples and all the while ponder how Sparks will merge their lives. Well, let me end by saying this, the crossroads for their stories was an amazing moment, and the twist at the end had me smiling, guffawing and pining to see the movie.
The Longest Ride is one of Sparks rare moments where I didn’t have the urge to fling the book out the window. Loved it!