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  • Cindy McFadden

    Okay, now to make people mad. 1st - this is the only Nicholas Sparks book worth reading and 2nd - the movie was disappointing.

  • Lelo Books

    #TheNotebook - Nicholas Sparks This book made me cry so much. It is so well written and a quick read. You can relate to the characters and find yourself getting mad at the decisions they make. If you love romance then you should read this book.

  • Tracy Boukis

    The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks. One of my favorite books and movies!

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My ALL time favorite Nicholas Sparks book! The sequel to "The Notebook"

“But love, I’ve come to understand, is more than three words mumbled before bedtime. Love is sustained by action, a pattern of devotion in the things we do for each other every day.”

I like Nicholas Sparks' novels. A very nice romantic and I really enjoyed the movie.

The Guardian, by Nicholas Sparks

Anything Nicholas Sparks is sure to make me cry. This one was about a single mom with a young boy who has an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Really nice story.

Nights in Rodanthe book. Romantic and sad all in one.

For those of you who think Nicholas Sparks' books are the same, you're wrong. This one has some suspense in it, and really reminds you to not always let your past control who you love today. :)

Nicholas Sparks | Books by Nicholas Sparks....I've read it- great

A great book to read for leisure time. While its first half--The Notebook--is highly romantic from the start, Sparks creates its perfect half--the love story that depicts a marriage that is falling downhill and needs rebuilding. Readers are spoken to by the husband who admits, maybe too late, that he needs to learn how to *do* and not just *say*.

“If words are the lyrics and laughter the melody, then a relationship becomes a symphony.” ~ Nicholas Sparks