The Notebook - Calhoun Family Saga (Paperback)Nicholas Sparks (author)
Celebrating 25 years of The Notebook - the classic novel which became the heart-wrenching film.
Once again, just as I do every day, I begin to read the notebook aloud...
Noah Calhoun has returned from war and, in an attempt to escape the ghosts of battle, he sets his mind and his body to restoring an old plantation home to its former beauty.
But he is haunted by memories of the beautiful girl he met there years before. A girl who stole his heart at the funfair, whose parents didn't approve, a girl he wrote to every day for a year.
When Allie Hamilton shows up on his doorstep, exactly as he has held her in his memory for all these years, Noah has one last chance to win her back. Only this time, it's not just her parents in the way - Allie is engaged and she's not a woman to go back on her promises.
The Notebook is the love story to end all love stories - it will break your heart, heal it back up and break it all over again.
Praise for Nicholas Sparks:
'A fiercely romantic and touching tale' Heat
'An A-grade romantic read' OK!
'Pulls at the heartstrings' Sunday Times
'An absorbing page-turner' Daily Mail
'This one won't leave a dry eye' Daily Mirror
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Number of pages: 272
Weight: 188 g
Dimensions: 196 x 184 x 16 mm
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Despite this book lacking a complex plot - it is beautiful. Sparks has concentrated on the simpler things such as feelings, words, love etc in his book rather than making the readers brain hurt with a surreal plot.I... More
This book is a beautiful love story set in North Carolina in the 1940s. This book is extremely moving, as it tells the tale of two lovers as they try and move on and live their lives without each other. I enjoyed this... More
“Beautiful love story”
I watched the film before reading the book which I know you shouldn't do but at the time when I watched the film, I didn't even realise there was a book out. I do think the film is better than the book as... More
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