The love story to end all love stories from the internationally bestselling author, Nicholas Sparks. Now a major motion picture starring Ryan Gosling (Golden Globe winning and Oscar nominated star of La La Land) and Rachel McAdams. Noah Calhoun has just returned from World War Two. First eBook Edition: December need of a good cry, THE NOTEBOOK is absolutely the right book.” establishes Nicholas Sparks as a gifted storyteller.”. The Notebook is such a book. At thirty-one, Noah Calhoun, back in coastal North Carolina after World War II, is haunted by images of the girl he lost more than a decade earlier. At twenty-nine, socialite Allie Nelson is about to marry a wealthy lawyer, but she cannot stop thinking.

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In the case of The Notebook, I think the most obvious reason is that the story touched people in a deeply personal way. As people made this connection, the book became a so-called word-of-mouth success, with those who enjoyed it recommending it to others.

In the end, any book that sells well needs to have this sort of support from readers. Nowadays, we all seem to have less time to read and The Notebook probably owes much of its success to the fact that people could finish it in one or two sittings.

These factors made people feel comfortable about recommending it to others.

It was well promoted, it had a beautiful cover, and it was enthusiastically supported by the sales representatives. The book details the lives of very old, as well as very young, people. How did someone as young as you when you wrote the book acquire the insight to write about the experience of being old in such a moving way?

First, I tend to assume that most people—male or female, young or old—have largely the same types of thoughts.

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However, the difference lies in their perspectives. So I try to put myself in their shoes and see the world the way they do. Then, I read constantly and see how other authors have written from varying perspectives and I try to figure out whether they accomplished what they set out to do or if they failed.

Only then am I satisfied.

Letter writing plays such a big part in The Notebook. Is there something about letter writing that intrigues you? The epistolary form has been around for centuries, of course. But letters are a wonderful vehicle for emotions, if used effectively and sparingly. We lived a thousand miles apart in the early stages of our relationship, and I used to write her every day.

Yes, absolutely. It seems that most people feel that the school their child goes to is wonderful, but elsewhere, schools are terrible. But if most people feel that way, then it becomes a logical impossibility.

Same thing with romantic love. Many people perceive it in their own lives, but doubt if other people do.

I think The Notebook tapped into that feeling. The Notebook takes place in a small southern town. Why did you choose that setting rather than, say, a big city like New York? I live in a small southern town, and life there is different than in a big city. For example, a friend of mine got hurt recently.

The doctor took care of him, drove to the office to pick up a temporary cast, returned, and then bandaged him up. No charge, by the way. Huge mistake. I'm a huge reader, and it's hard for me to take longer than 1 week to read a book. Not in this case. The notebook is one of my favourite books of all time. You feel transported into this magical world as Noah reads his journal to his dear wife to try to get her to remember him I won't give any spoilers.

As a writer myself, Nicolas Sparks has given me skills and tools I never knew before. All in all, you really should read this book if you are looking for a good romance that keeps you on edge.

I would recommend this book for ages 13 and up, for there are some scenes which may not be sutible for younger children. Also, this book was made into an amazing movie. On a side note, if you enjoy this book, continue the story by reading The Wedding, the fabulous sequel to The Notebook.

I watched "Great American Reads" this week and one section was dedicated to this book, which everyone who read it absolutely loved. I knew it was about a woman with Alzheimer's and obviously that intrigued me.

I was also looking for another quick read, still recovering from the Kavanaugh debacle. So I ordered it and finished it in one sitting. I don't know what to say about this book.

It's a lovely love story--the kind of forever after love that everyone hopes to have, fraught with first love, heartbreak, and reuniting, but tinged with the tragedy of Alzheimer's. My problem is that the Alzheimer's just didn't ring true. I know everyone is different but Allie, who suffers from Alzheimer's after nearly 50 years of marriage, seems not to be able to recognize the love of her life, but accepts him as a new friend and their story is fresh whenever he tells it The letter she writes to Noah as they are about to enter a senior facility, knowing that her symptoms will inevitably become worse, was so perfect that it could not possibly have been written by someone whose Alzheimer's had progressed to the point of needing to move to a facility.

I wanted to read a romance.

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And The Notebook, a romantic novella so famous it is an Internet meme for romance and gender politics, was 1. It declares that nostalgia, cliche, and life lived as a summary, with a soft lens filter, is the best kind of life.

I think life is actually much, much better than how it is depicted in The Notebook. Life is far more vibrant, with hot sauce and meaningless moments and the prickle of seal whiskers.

There are no scenes in the Notebook, just a series of memories. Still, I read the whole thing, and cried at least once.

So there you go. If you want to sing and pray in that church, you can. It almost made you want more information like their was a true history behind the characters like they were real life people.

I am about to read The Wedding and hope that I find it just as intriguing.Choose Store. Nearly How do you account for the success of the novel?

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Last One Home. The first half is readable, lovely setting, predictable but satisfying. Parts were true; parts were made-up to benefit the story.

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 downloads in a specific city.

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