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The Wedding

(Book #2 in the The Notebook Series)

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This description may be from another edition of this product. The stunning, New York Times bestselling follow-up to The Notebook --a story of an ordinary man who goes to extraordinary lengths to win back the love of his life. After thirty years, Wilson Lewis is...

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The Wedding

Much like The Notebook, this book is a love story. It's full of twists and surprises and definetly what I would expect from Nicholas Sparks. I loved it!!

Sparks does it again

This was another great read from Nicholas Sparks. I finished it in one day. If you're a regular Sparks reader like myself, you might be worried about a bittersweet ending or an unfortunate tragedy... This book doesn't follow that same formula but rather finishes with a wonderful surprise. I loved it. I was almost worried that this one wasn't as good as the others while reading it, until it all came together at the end. Reminds you not to take the ones you love for granted. Definitely recommend. If you're on the fence, just do it. You'll be happy you did. I know I am.

So Sweet

This was my first time reading a book from N. Sparks. It was a very good read of a husband winning back the affections of his wife and how a long marraige can have a toll. Definatly, a recommendation.

A Great First Experience With Nicholas Sparks

I enjoyed "The Wedding" very much. It was very sweet, very sad. Sad not in the way you might think. Sad as in time is passing and it's sad because you can't change past mistakes. Just ordinary things that pass every day in your life, but it's sad because you don't treasure it, because you look back and you wish you had."The Wedding" is about a man who realizes that after 30 years of marriage, his wife might not love him anymore. He recounts all of his mistakes, including the day when he forgot their 29th anniversary. So, as he prepares the ultimate present, he tries to change himself, to go past the barrier he has set himself. (He is a man of routine and uncomfortable with sentimentalities.) Also, more things are happening and changing around him. This "unsentimental" man struggles to express his unexpressable love for his "swan" (you'll understand if you read) and also keeps a great secret from her and the reader, who will find the most delightful surprise at the end of this story. Please read this if you ever have the time. If you see it in the library, give it a try or ask to borrow it if you ever find it on a friend's bookshelf. I promise your time won't be wasted. There's no great excitement, no danger, no fantastical journey to save the world. It's just a man, you know, who asks his wife, "If you had to do it all over-and knowing how everything would turn out with us-would you marry me again?" When you get to the end, you feel all happy and peaceful because you know that there is always hope.
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