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Best Nicholas Sparks Books (22 books)

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'Nights In Rodanthe' Review

Detailed plot synopsis reviews of Nights In Rodanthe Nights of Rodanthe opens with Adrienne, a mother in her fifties and Amy, her daughter. Adrienne, trying to help Amy cope with the death of her husband, decides to tell her about a story long ago, her story of loss.
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Nights in Rodanthe Book Summary and Study Guide

Detailed plot synopsis reviews of Nights in Rodanthe Warner, Sep , ISBN: 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. Click here to see the rest of this review. 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.

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Early on in Chapter 1, Nicholas Sparks wonders about his parents' readiness for marriage, let alone their readiness for parenthood. He then recounts the history of his parents' relationship. They met at Creighton University, and before they knew it, Patrick Michael Sparks and Jill Emma Marie Thoene married and had three children in three years curiously, all three had December birthdays, and both Nicholas and his younger sister Dana were born on December His parents moved near Watertown, Minnesota, when his father enrolled in University of Minnesota master's program. One of Nicholas' earliest memories is of running away with his brother and sister when they were all under the age of four. The end of that anecdote includes the mention of a flyswatter, an object that holds memories all of its own.

Sign up for our newsletters! To get in the mood for vacation, I read this book on the drive to the Outer Banks. While we were not heading as far south as Rodanthe, North Carolina, it seemed fitting that this was the book to unwind with. To me, Nicholas Sparks is one great beach read. All his books are filled with a healthy dose of romance and emotion. They are a great way to exit everyday life and take a holiday. Before we talk about the book, let's talk about the title.

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