Realized that the setting was supposed to be in 1990 but Sparks talks about one character texting towards the end of Chapter Two. Sparks has gotten sloppy with his writing and this just shows there was no concern for the historical integrity of the book.
A beautiful love story that touches your heart . . We all dream and strive to experience a love so deep and everlasting. Beautifully written.
I couldn’t put the book down. I finished it in about a day and a half. I cried laughed and got lost in the love story of Hope and Tru. It was definitely worth reading.
This book is one of my favorites of his! The story is a amazing and it make its all the better knowing it’s based off a true love story.
Typical Sparks, but with a twist! Could not put it down!
I have read every book Nicholas Sparks has wrote. I was glued to this book the second I started it. I absolutely loved how you felt how in love they were, but the curve ball of them meeting again in their sixties really wrecked the book. If it wasn’t a true story you should have them meet younger so they could actually have a life together... being “that” in love. Other than that I loved it.
I stopped reading this on page 65. It's just too wordy.
Sparks has done it again, with another amazing work of art! I love this one just as much, if not more, than the others! My favorite at this moment!
I just couldn’t relate to this book... it all sounded ...forgettable . And kindred spirits would be better title ... the title is even forgettable ...
I was disappointed at the depth of the story, which was lacking. Having read many of his books in the past there was no similar charm. The ending of the book, in particular, left me wanting for something more.
Is Nicholas ever going start writing more books beyond the theme of “person in relationship meets someone new and they fall madly in love and realize the person they are currently with isn’t good enough and this random stranger they meet is the one and they were meant for each other all along”? True love is a wonderful read, but why is it that the characters constantly seem to need to be in relationships that are “not good enough” and just happen to find someone else? It’s basically a soft twisted rationale of an unfaithful cheat.. Wonderful, amazing love doesn’t have to be found within confiding in someone new and “discovering” that what you have isn’t good enough. Can we have some more amazing books like The Wedding? Where there is dedicated and new found love WITHIN the relationship, not outside of it?