Sometimes you have to be apart from people you love, but that doesn t make you love them any less Sometimes you love them Astonishing good It s my first Nicholas Sparks novel and I don t intend it to be my last after reading this I like the way he writes and the way he depicts life in the most real way possible This book had something true to it, well, it must have been the characters who had a vibe of realness in them that most books lack sometimes Ronnie is a seventeen year old girl who s definitely have some issues with her parents It all began three years ago when her parents got divorced and she never talked to her father ever again This summer though she and her little brother have to spend her summer with their father in the little town where he lives Ronnie starts mending her relationship with her father slo I wasn t able to fully appreciate this book the first time I ve read it I thought I should give this novel a chance, thus I read this again to see if I will like this on the second time I didn t like it, but rather I love it I could see myself on Ronnie s shoes at family matters only And how I wish that I have someone like Will in my life too just like Ronnie hahaha The Author Of A Walk To Remember Comes A Moving Tale Of Redemption And First Love When A Rebellious Teenager Decides To Spend The Summer With Her Estranged Father In A North Carolina Beach TownSeventeen Year Old Veronica Ronnie Miller S Life Was Turned Upside Down When Her Parents Divorced And Her Father Moved From New York City To Wilmington, North Carolina Three Years Later, She Remains Angry And Alienated From Her Parents, Especially Her Fatheruntil Her Mother Decides It Would Be In Everyone S Õ The Last Song ✓ Download by Í Nicholas Sparks Best Interest If She Spent The Summer In Wilmington With Him Ronnie S Father, A Former Concert Pianist And Teacher, Is Living A Quiet Life In The Beach Town, Immersed In Creating A Work Of Art That Will Become The Centerpiece Of A Local Church The Tale That Unfolds Is An Unforgettable Story Of Love On Many Levels First Love, Love Between Parents And Children That Demonstrates, As Only A Nicholas Sparks Novel Can, The Many Ways That Love Can Break Our Hearts And Heal Them When you look at modern Women s Fiction or Chick Lit, as it is called for whatever reason , Nicholas Sparks is one of the few names you cannot turn away from that easily He has written novels than many other authors, most of them have become quite popular, and if you take a look at his Goodreads page, you might realize that thirteen of his novels have than 100,000 ratings There was only one author who I discovered to have novels than Sparks with such an achievement on Goodreads.
It s easy to figure out why people like this novel, and I understand and value all of the raving opinions The concept is pretty interesting, too A teenage girl one step before entering adulthood trying to deal with life and the obstacles thrown at her, her dysfunctiona ☆ The Last Song ↠´ I ve read a few Sparks books and for the most part, I ve really enjoyed them from beginning to end However, The Last Song took me quite a while to get into, and I was very close to throwing in the towel and giving up To be honest, I realized I went into reading it with a bad attitudeis ashamedI ll explain my resistance two words one person Miley Cyrus Not a huge fan of hers, so when I started this book, her image and voice resonated in my brain and it matched perfectly with Ronnie s short for Veronica character Coupled with the fact that her attitude at the beginning of the novel was a huge turn off, I was close to calling it quits UNTIL something happened on page 127 Ronnie saved the sea turtles oh sweet nibblets, she had to go and save the sea turtles and my attitude soften and I plowed through the rest of the book in a few short hours.
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comVeronica Ronnie Miller won t be eighteen until the end of the summer, so she has to follow her mom s rules and is off with her younger brother, Jonah, to spend the summer with her dad in a North Carolina beach town Ronnie hasn t talked to her dad in over three years He left New York City and their family and moved back to his hometown Ronnie is rebellious and having been arrested for shoplifting back home, a quiet summer in North Carolina might be the best thing for her At least that s what her mother thinks.
Ronnie arrives with the intention of ignoring her dad On her first night there she wanders the beach and meets a girl, Blaze, who seems okay But Blaze is addicted to Marcus, and Marcus is bad news And Marcus is interested in Ronnie Ronnie can tell Marcus is trouble and tr I have always enjoyed Sparks books but we all know that we can only read his books at certain times at least for me because we CRY I have heard about this one because I don t live too terribly far from where it is filmed my great pal Kathryn lives super close and it was taunting me at Target last week I bought it on Thursday, picked it up on Friday night to start reading it, went to bed reading it, picked it back up on Saturday and finished it This is probably my favorite out of all of his books I have read almost all of them and so far, this one takes the cake Ronnie is such a relatable character to me on many levels and the whole first love coming of age story is something that we have all experienced I fell in love with the characters, cried when they Loved this book It was different to the movie and went into detail I loved the ending better than the movie, after such a sad thing that happened I was glad Ronnie and Will get back together.
The Last Song, Nicholas SparksThe Last Song is a 2009 novel by American author Nicholas Sparks It is Sparks fourteenth published novel, and was written specifically as the basis for the film adaptation by the same name The story revolves around the summer of Ronnie Veronica Miller s seventeenth year, during which she is sent to stay with her estranged father Through their shared love of music, the duo reconnect 17 year old Veronica Ronnie Miller is a troubled teenager who is wanting to live her own life and is trying her very best to ignore her divorced parents Kim, her mother with whom she lives in New York, and Steve, her father who lives in his hometown of Wrightsville Beach, NC Her mother decides that it would be in everyone s best interest if Ronnie and her 10 year old brother, Jonah, spent the summer in Wrightsville Beach with Steve Jonah is exc Is it just me or Milers really look stoned here kidding Amazing book, it s kind of emotional and depressing in the end but still it has a happy ending Ronnie was like a character that I can personally relate to and the dialogues are just humorous It s kinda like predictable but all in all it s really meaningful and highly recommended to all Sparks fans.