Nights in Rodanthe

Nights in Rodanthe

by Nicholas Sparks
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of my favorite books of all time. I cried so hard at the end. Such an incredible love story. One you'll want to read again and again. Very moving. It gives me hope that I'll someday find the love of my life.
Lindsie More than 1 year ago
Im a fan of just about every book written by Nicholas Sparks. 'Nights in Rodanthe' is a light read, but Sparks pulls it off. This book is passionate, and sensitive. Readers get pulled into this love story. Any woman would love to have a relationship like the one Paul and Adrianne found for eachother all in a matter of a few days. You will be sucked into this book when you start. In the end you will probably find yourself crying.. Yes its that good. The characters are unforgetable!

Read this book. If you find yourself reading one, you will more than likely start reading more of his books. From past to present you will be locked in.
Beauty2009 More than 1 year ago
The story was a good one but I had the ending figured out by the fourth chapter. It was very touching but if you are a depressed person this will only make you more depressed. I love Nicholas Sparks books but this one was a page turner but not in that exciting can't wait to see whats next kinda thing. It was more like you knew the ending but didn't want it to happen kinda thing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Overall, this was a pretty good book. It's a very light read and kept my attention; however, I was a little disappointed with the story line. Part of what I like about Sparks is his ability to make me ''feel'' like I'm there and his ability to pull at my heart every time. This book has a sweet story, but doesn't have the excitement that his books usually do.
GiulsJewel More than 1 year ago
I didn't see the movie and read the book well after the movie was on the big screen. So I was trying my best to ignore the previews and the gossip! Most is predictable but ever so romantic for those who just love a good ol' fashioned love story! It's a great read and recommend it - You won't be disappointed.
harstan More than 1 year ago
With her daughter unable to move on from the sudden death of her husband, sixty-year-old Adrienne Willis decides to tell her a true story about how she rebounded from losing her spouse. Fifteen years ago, Adrienne felt her world ended when her husband and father of their three children deserted her for a younger woman. Adrienne knew life was over for a washed up old maid with nothing to offer like she was and wondered what she would do with no one to care for as she always had too much responsibility for nurturing others at the cost of herself. Adrienne explains that in Rodanthe, North Carolina she met Dr. Paul Flanner, a surgeon with no time for his wife and son as work was everything to him. His world collapsed when a patient died. Paul and Adrienne found solace with one another. Though their love affair healed both of them, they realized that it must be a beautiful memory once they leave this coastal North Carolina town and go back to join the living. NIGHTS IN RODANTHE is a strong relationship drama starring two likable protagonists who could have been cast as the lead characters in several other Nicholas Sparks¿ novels. The story line is fun for new fans, but will lose some spark for long time readers, as everything seems inevitable. Why Mr. Sparks used the ¿flashback¿ technique to tell his story is never explained, but he still provides a warm tale that readers will appreciate. Harriet Klausner
Holly More than 1 year ago
Nights In Rodanthe is the story of two people coming together and falling in love when they lest expect it. Adrienne Willis is left to raise her three kids after her husband ran off with a younger woman and with a need to collect her thoughts, she goes to Rodanthe to tend to her friend's inn for the weekend unaware of what is to come. Paul Flanner was a highly successful doctor who is running from his past and trying to regain what he lost with his grown son. A trip to Rodanthe for Paul would mean a start to a new beginning with his son but at the same time, a certain woman will come into his life when it's most needed. One weekend is all it takes for Adrienne and Paul, to fall deeply in love but with Paul set to fly down to South America for a year to be with his son, Paul is willing to give that up to be with Adrienne but comes to realization that he needs to be with his son more. With a sad goodbye and with it now been fifteen years since that weekend, Adrienne finally tells her daughter, Amanda what happened that weekend. As Amanda is dealing with a heartbreaking loss of her husband and having to raise two young boys by herself, the story of her mother and Paul will make her want to do more for her boys and realizes what her mother went through so many years ago. We are left with Adrienne reflecting on what happened that weekend and what happened with her and Paul afterward, we realize that all it takes is one look from someone to find your one true soul mate. I have to be honest here and say that, this isn't my first time reading this book but it will be the first time reviewing it, yes people, it's that good of a book for me to have read and reread this book multiple times just to read Adrienne and Paul's story! Just reading how their lives collided on that beach in Rodanthe for the weekend and how they fell in love and what happened after, will have you crying a bit in the end of the book for them. When the movie came out, it was exactly like I thought it would be and it does make you think that love is possible even when you lest expect it! Thank You to Nicholas Sparks for writing a story that you can reread over and over and not get bored with it! This book came from my own personal Library.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the move!
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I am a romantic realist, so my readings of Nicholas Sparks leave me feeling sappy and maudlin. All being said, I HAVE seen the movies that were made of this book and The Notebook (I have never read The Notebook), and they far surpassed both books. It's almost as if the books were rough drafts of the screenplays. Girl gets divorced by husband and wanders around aimlessly. Boy is divorced by wife claiming abandonment and irreconcilable estrangement. Boy turns to medical practice until that bliws up, and then he,too, wanders aimlessly. They meet, and much like the weather, their lives collide, and much like the weather, they wander around quietly until... Well, do I HAVE to go any farther? Sparks is one of the most formulaic writers of his chosen genre, and much like James Patterson, yo wish he'd find another....formula
DebbsM1 More than 1 year ago
This is my first Nicholas Sparks book and I enjoyed it. Will have to look for more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am a huge Sparks fan. This book was a very easy read. However, I was disappointed at the lack of excitement throughout. There was not much that made me want to finish reading this book. It fell short in comparison with his other novels.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love all his works, truly a gifted author
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Another great book by Nicholas Sparks. It was very sad and had me in tears a lot but a very good read. I couldnt put it down, finished it in a day. If only real love really was expressed this way!
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The story is so heart warming and sad and happy.
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I really loved this book . It was a little boring somtimes... but overall good.
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Tis was not his best work. I struggled to finish hopping it would get better. No excitement and completely predictablep
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