Is there really such thing as a lucky charm? The hero of Nicholas Sparks's new novel believes he's found one in the form of a photograph of a smiling woman he's never met, but who he comes to believe holds the key to his destiny. The chain of events that leads to him possessing the photograph and finding the woman pictured in it is the stuff of love stories only a master such as Sparks can write.
©2008 Nicholas Sparks; (P)2008 Hachette Audio
Started a little slow the first chapter or two, but once it got going, I could turn it off! Kept me hanging on til the end...the ending was a total surprise!
I'm a 31 year old momma to two amazing young men, wife to the greatest guy on earth, a multiple sclerosis survivor and school bus driver!
I really enjoyed this book! The ending was fantastic and suspensful. Not as predictable as some of Sparks novels! I would recomend!
it's the best way to spend a working day, and i'm thankful my job is one where i can listen to books all day long.
i'm not usually a nicholas sparks' kind of gal, simply for the fact that his books are always so predictable and seemingly not worth one of my two credits a month. so rarely do i pick his books. however, after reading some of the reviews i decided to give it a try and i was so glad i did.
this book is precious, has endearing moments between the two characters and while i had a tough time with how amazingly fast he found the woman in the picture, it was still an excellent adventure. the ending was a surprise too, something i wasn't expecting.
after reading it i ended up seeing the movie and it too was just as sweet as the book. i guess i'm a sucker for love.
I loved Logan. What a great hero. This was a great romance, with real characters and it kept me wanting more all the way through
The Narrator did well. His female voices took a little getting use to, but overall he did really well.
I never get tired of this author's books. Even though they are always about finding and or loosing love he indivualizes every story. Also the men and women in his storys seem to be real people. You don't have to be envious after listening to his storys. Your husband or wife could actualy live up to the stamdards the author sets in his characters.
Why does N/S always get the narrator who immitates female voices? I could not make it through for first page of this one. I love N/S books - NOT his audio books thouhg
I thought the story was very weak, simple and predictable. I wasn't engaged with the characters at any point of the book, I felt as if the story was very shallow and that Nicholas Sparks and any five year old could come up with the same story. I believe this is a best seller only because of Nicholas Sparks other hits.
Maybe, but this performance was terrible, I thought the female voices wouldn't matter but it definitely did.
None, I would have added more
I hope the movie is better
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