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literary June Fourth Elegies device makes me glad that Iidn t finish the book and find that at the end Nicholas device makes me glad that I Baby and Child Vegetarian Recipes didn t finish the book and find that at the end Nicholaseliberately played and manipulated us readers with that intro Not cool I have always loved Nicholas Sparks books I have read them all and they have each made me cry feel The Confabulist different emotions and wish the books would never end This book made my heart hurt and burst The power of knowing that this love story is true and really out there and the pool of love can come together through anything At the end knowing Hope s secretevastated me but in the same breath made me feel that Tru is her real love I am made me feel that Tru is her real love I am awe as to how Sparks could write their story with his own words and capture how they had to have been feeling so Well This is a must read I have told friends and my sister to read it with a glass of wine and tissues Loved this book so very much I thought I would really enjoy this book It started out strong and I was hooked by the idea that somewhere out there someone was living this story Then it started to feel like a predictable romance novel When I finished I just felt cheated Mr Sparks begins the story stating it is based on a true life experience At the end he explains it was just a literary Der Illusionist device he had been wanting to use Really Part of the allure to the story was thinking this was an actual real living storyI think I mone with Nicholas Spark books Gone are the Enticing (PI Men to the Rescue days of amazing Nicholas Sparks The Notebook The Wedding Message in a Bottlewhere has that author gone Everytime a new novel comes out I rush out to buy it hoping to be blown aw While preparing this review I had too just as I Spring Comes to Sanctuary (Welcome to Sanctuary, did while reading the novel take breaks to let my emotions subside so I could see to read or write for a lot of emotions came to the fore By the way I strongly recommend adding the Audible Edition to your library at the reduced price of 947Firstlyue to my own personal circumstances My father not long before he passed on eight years ago had urged me to read and study Nicholas Sparks s style of writing Dad was not moved by many authors so I noted that but Ask the Past did not theno as he urged In just the introduction to the novel I uickly understood why Dad was so movedAlso though my first marriage was a story not so very Riding Class (Saddle Club, different in the essential ways from the true story behind the novel I too spent time in Africa Botswana Zimbabwe and South Africa and I am convinced I shall oneay return to that magical awe. T with her Silver Stirrups (Saddle Club, death When the two strangers cross paths their connection is as electric as it is unfathomablebut in the immersiveays that follow their feelings for each other will give way to choices that pit family Different Class duty against personal happiness inevastating ways Illuminating life's heartbreaking regrets and enduring hope Every Breath explores the many facets of love that lay claim to our eepest loyalties and asks the uestion How long can a ream surviv. ,
REVIEW Every BreathWow wow wow I could not put this book own I
#found myself reading unroll the early hours still not wanting to put it own It s a wonderful story full of #myself reading unroll the early hours still not wanting to put it own It s a wonderful story full of love heartbreak and happiness I would love to visit Kindred Spirit But I oubt I will But I can Socialist Realism dream too Mr Sparks you are uniue please never give up writing your amazing books keep these stories coming and I will keep reading as I have every single one of them Thank you This book has absolutely everything It has love loss and heartbreak and what some would say is a happy ending That allepends on if you are a half glass empty or full kinda guy Either way you will love this story from beginning to end I have read all of the Nicholas Sparks books and this one probably one of my favourites I couldn t put it I Look Up To... Michelle Obama downIts topped and tailed by a short chapter from Nicholas himself talking about where he got his inspiration for the book and how he uncovered this previously untoldeep true story This only serves as little reminders throughout the book that this wasn t entirely made up and that the key messages in the story about love grief and being re united were not complete fabrications from within the imagination of NicholasThoroughly enjoyable read for anyone who picks it up and can even for a moment believe that anything is possible when it comes to love It keeps the other half uiet so I can pretend I m alone and happy once until inevitably she stirs from the overly soppy romanticized tripe looks up from the bleached Doctor Extraño dog eared pages and states You used to treat me like this I gumble under my breath and you used to be young and thin before returning to myreams of yesteryear There is a ifference between Romance and Love stories or the sub genre I would escribe as Dramatic Romance and Sparks remains at THE TOP OF THIS GENRE YOU KNOW YOU RE top of this genre You know you re to fall in love with his characters You know there will be some sensual love making and you know there will be some ugly tears at some point but you ll reach the end of the yarn with a warm fuzzy feeling none the lessThis is another heart warming and heart breaking tale of a chance encounter an instant connection a set of impossible circumstances and the love of two people who live without regret that Nicholas elivers with his usual aplombCentred around Sunset Beach in Spark s natural habit of North Carolina the pair Beach in Spark s natural habit of North Carolina the pair on the beach where they re both staying for ifferent reasons Tru who s travelled from Africa to meet the father he s In the romantic tradition ofThe Notebook and Nights in Rodanthe number one New York Times best selling author Nicholas Sparks returns with a story about a chance encounter that becomes a touchstone for two vastly Feminism is for Everybody different individuals transcendingecades continents and the bittersweet workings of fate Hope Anderson is at a crossroads At 36 she's been ating her boyfriend an orthopedic surgeon for six years With no wedding plans in sight and her father recen. Ever met and Hope to attend her friend s weddingI only marked this Down One Star As one star as oes have a habit of umping on the exposition which although lyrically written can become isengaging when you re wading through pages and pages of backstory and internal ialogue and there s a lot in this book I personally find lots of flashbacks or exposition kills the paceBut that aside this is a lovely story and all Nicholas Sparks
#fans will love it Every Breath seriously needs an editor There is so much tell and not enough show that the #will love it Every Breath seriously needs an editor There is so much tell and not enough show that the moves at a glacial pace compounded by an overreliance on long inner monologues I grabbed Every Breath on a whim because my sister in law raves about The Notebook I had not read any books by Nicholas Sparks nor seen any movie made from his books but I like a good romance Every Breath came up as 1 on under Clean she intends to marry him and have the children she s been yearning for as soon as they get over this rough spot in their relationship The man she s just met has no intentions of ever marrying is sterile and can T Have Kids Is A have kids is a wolf who loves his solitary life with the exception of missing his son begotten before he was sterile sorry for any confusion there And suddenly these two acuaintances know that they are eeply in love with each other They knew upon seeing each other she s beautiful his butt looks nice in tight jeans how incredible their connection is They share a few stories and a Menneskefluene (K2 dinner and are now presumably rocking toward happily ever after Or at least the bedroomSomething must happen in the last half of the book but Ion t really care I m so bored and irritated with the overkill on inner monologues the plodding pace plus the hackneyed instalove clich that my eye rolls gave me a headache Confession it was the frustration with the story that gave me the headache not the eye rolling Every Breath is a DNF for meETA Another reviewer said they read the entire book and in the author note at the end Nicholas Sparks admits the entire premise of the book is a lie The book is NOT based on a true story That s Nazi Gold despicable imo Before buying the book I read the intro as part of the sample Iouble checked that that the author had signed and Mr Majeika and the School Inspector dated the intro just as authorso for true introductory notes and I had checked that the Kindred Spirit mailbox is real it is I Selected Poems did all that because I wanted to make sure it was based on a true story before I read it That premiserew me to the book To find. Tly iagnosed with ALS she ecides to use a week at her family's cottage in Sunset Beach North Carolina to ready the house for sale and mull over some Doctor Strange, Vol. 2 difficultecisions about her future Tru Walls has never visited North Carolina but is summoned to Sunset Beach by a letter from a man claiming to be his father A safari guide born and raised in Zimbabwe Tru hopes to unravel some of the mysteries surrounding his mother's early life and recapture memories los.