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The Wedding

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35 out of 38 people found this review helpful.

LIKE FIXING A MARRIAGE...WITH HOPE!

"The Wedding" is a sequel to Nicholas Sparks' well known novel, "The Notebook". However, calling it a sequel is techincally incorrect because it doesn't continue the story of Noah and Allie, but instead, it is a story of their daughter and her marriage. Like many couple...
"The Wedding" is a sequel to Nicholas Sparks' well known novel, "The Notebook". However, calling it a sequel is techincally incorrect because it doesn't continue the story of Noah and Allie, but instead, it is a story of their daughter and her marriage. Like many couples would experience, Wilson and Jane found something missing in their marriage. Wilson realized that he spent too much time working, and too little time at home. The distance between him and his wife had grown over the year, and he was afriad that it would be too late for him to fix the marriage. Wilson was still deeply in love with his wife, therefore he turned to Noah for advice. Noah is known as "the hopeless romance", but will he be able to help Wilson? What will Wilson do to rekindle the love between him and Jane? As in many Sparks' novel, a surprising twist is waiting in the end, and it is not an ordinary Sparks' twist (don't want to spoil too much). I highly recommend "The Wedding", and if you haven't read "The Notebook" yet, you should (but it's not required because this could be a stand-alone novel). Also, "Message In A Bottle", "A Walk To Remember", and "Dear John" by Nicholas Sparks are also highly recommended!

posted by 148253 on November 10, 2008

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Every Woman's Dream

Every woman dreams of a story such as this for their own lives. Overall, I found the story to be very realistic when it came to how husband and wife drift apart after thirty years of marriage, from taking each other for granted. On the other hand, the story was unrealis...
Every woman dreams of a story such as this for their own lives. Overall, I found the story to be very realistic when it came to how husband and wife drift apart after thirty years of marriage, from taking each other for granted. On the other hand, the story was unrealistic when it came to Wilson's actions in attempt to become more romantic and right his wrongs as a husband. Wilson's character seemed somewhat flat for 3/4's of the novel, but in the end his emotion and love shined through. If you are in need of a sweet love story, you will enjoy this read by Nicholas Sparks.

posted by VirtuousWomanKF on February 7, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 3, 2013

    Derrel Gwyn from RHS

    I want to suck the grooms dik

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 25, 2012

    The author seems to go off on tangents a lot... more time on tan

    The author seems to go off on tangents a lot... more time on tangents rather than the story line. I'm sure that all the tangents would eventually tie it all together but I read it 70 pages in and I couldn't finish it. It didn't have my attention, I found myself mindlessly reading the words. I'll wait until it becomes some big hit movie.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2012

    ? ???

    Whats with the random conversations going on? Whoever danny is u must be pretty desperate to be looking for a date on ur nook...

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 20, 2011

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    Love.

    Can I just say that how can you really relate to a love story? I certainly can not. Both of my parents have been married once before. Now they are getting divorced. A tale of true love? I think not. I actually have not read the book I just wanted to say this.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 5, 2011

    i really did not like this book

    not one of his better book ,,

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2004

    Horrible

    I consider myself an avid reader who thoroughly enjoys to read. I don't like a certain 'type' of book; rather, I'm well-versed in a variety of genres. This book was ghastly. A friend of mine gave it to me to read, and I could barely get through 1/3 of it. Fanciful, ridiculous, sappy sweet, would never happen this way. Awful. Horrid. Only for the credulous.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2003

    Sparks Should Have Stopped with The Notebook

    PLEASE, remind me never to read another Nicholas Sparks book !!!! There is no question that The Notebook was one of the very best books I have ever read but that's where he should have stopped. I didn't think I would ever get through The Wedding. Granted the ending did turn out well but did we have to drag through 200 pages to get there??? Nicholas Sparks shouldn't quit his day job.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 8, 2003

    A Disappointment

    I have all of Nicholas Sparks' book and have loved every one of them....until The Wedding. Definately not one of his better books. It was hard to keep my attention which is unusual w/ this author. I didn't care for this book at all!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 14, 2003

    Pathetic

    A pedestrian writing style that employs an elementary vocabulary perfectly suits this banal story. If this is considered quality writing, our schools can quit teaching English after fifth grade.

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