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The Best of Me Free read å 104 Ñ Librarian’s note This is a previously published edition of Kindle ASIN B004Z9PLU Everyone wanted to believe that endless love was possible She'd believed in it once too back when she was eighteenIn the spring of 1984 high school students Amanda Collier and Dawson Cole fell deeply irrevocably in love Though they wereLibrarian’s note This is a previously published edition of Kindle ASIN B004Z9PLU Everyone wanted to believe that endless love was possible She'd believed in it once too back when she was eighteenIn the spring of 1984 high school students Amanda Collier and Dawson Cole fell deeply irrevocably in love Though they were from opposite sides of the tracks their love for one another seemed to defy the realities of life in the small town of Oriental Nort. This was probably the most disappointing Nicholas Sparks book I have ever read The book's premise starts off promising enough; high school sweethearts meet again at the funeral of a mutual friend some 25 years later and rekindle their romance a romance it turns out that had never really ebbed Dawson Cole one of the main characters comes from a family of violent lawbreakers and thugs while Amanda Collier the other main character comes from a wealthy upstanding family You get the picture star crossed lovers whose personal circumstances ultimately short circuit their relationship Great stuff huh and vintage Sparks Then the story and plot begin to unravel for me First of all there is the ghost that keeps showing up at critical times in Dawson's life This metaphysical spirit gave the story a cheesy uality and I found it hard to take it seriously I mean after all this is not a Twilight novel Then there were the letters that Tuck the deceased friend whose funeral caused Dawson and Amanda to be brought back together again wrote to Dawson and Amanda The purpose of the letters is made moot because of the book's contrived ending Why include these letters in the story if they had absolutely no bearing in the book's finale It doesn't make any sense Finally Spark's once again has the chance to have one of his novels end well yet decides also once again to end it tragically Yes I know that life isn't an endless series of happily ever after momentsbut neither is it an endless series of tragedies either You'd think Sparks would have learned to mix it up a bit with the endings to his novels because he is becoming predictable and to me that means boring The ending to The Best of Me was so contrived and predictable that I already knew what was going to happen when the ghost led Dawson to the honky tonk bar It is with great sadness that I give The Best of Me two stars

The Best of MeLibrarian’s note This is a previously published edition of Kindle ASIN B004Z9PLU Everyone wanted to believe that endless love was possible She'd believed in it once too back when she was eighteenIn the spring of 1984 high school students Amanda Collier and Dawson Cole fell deeply irrevocably in love Though they were from opposite sides of the tracks their love for one another seemed to defy the realities of life in the small town of Oriental Nort. This was probably the most disappointing Nicholas Sparks book I have ever read The book's premise starts off promising enough; high school sweethearts meet again at the funeral of a mutual friend some 25 years later and rekindle their romance a romance it turns out that had never really ebbed Dawson Cole one of the main characters comes from a family of violent lawbreakers and thugs while Amanda Collier the other main character comes from a wealthy upstanding family You get the picture star crossed lovers whose personal circumstances ultimately short circuit their relationship Great stuff huh and vintage Sparks Then the story and plot begin to unravel for me First of all there is the ghost that keeps showing up at critical times in Dawson's life This metaphysical spirit gave the story a cheesy uality and I found it hard to take it seriously I mean after all this is not a Twilight novel Then there were the letters that Tuck the deceased friend whose funeral caused Dawson and Amanda to be brought back together again wrote to Dawson and Amanda The purpose of the letters is made moot because of the book's contrived ending Why include these letters in the story if they had absolutely no bearing in the book's finale It doesn't make any sense Finally Spark's once again has the chance to have one of his novels end well yet decides also once again to end it tragically Yes I know that life isn't an endless series of happily ever after momentsbut neither is it an endless series of tragedies either You'd think Sparks would have learned to mix it up a bit with the endings to his novels because he is becoming predictable and to me that means boring The ending to The Best of Me was so contrived and predictable that I already knew what was going to happen when the ghost led Dawson to the honky tonk bar It is with great sadness that I give The Best of Me two stars

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The Best of Me Ï S As Amanda and Dawson carry out the instructions Tuck left behind for them they realize that everything they thought they knew about Tuck about themselves and about the dreams they held dear was not as it seemed Forced to confront painful memories the two former lovers will discover undeniable truths about the choices they have made And in the course of a single searing weekend they will ask of the living and the dead Can love truly rewrite the pa. 3 Mediocre StarsAmanda and Dawson were High School sweethearts Destined for different things their relationship was bound to fail And it did Big time Amanda went to an Ivy League University and Dawson Well he went to Jail Needless to say that was the end of thatYears later the funeral of Dawson's mentor brings them together again Dawson is still single and has never married Amanda is a married mother of three That magic they shared together however well it's still there How could it not be They thought they'd be together forever but alas life doesn't always work out they way they planned Every once in a while I pick up a Nicholas Sparks' book or listen to an audiobook on a whim What can I say except that he's still got it I enjoyed this audio but I didn't uite love it as I didn't uite feel the chemistry between Amanda and Dawson and of course I knew what to expect as the novel wore on Still though it was a nice enjoyable novel and I can say that I'll be back for Thanks to Overdrive for the audiobookPublished on Goodreads on 92519 Summary ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Nicholas Sparks

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Nicholas Sparks ✓ 4 Free read H Carolina But as the summer of their senior year came to a close unforeseen events would tear the young couple apart setting them on radically divergent pathsNow twenty five years later Amanda and Dawson are summoned back to Oriental for the funeral of Tuck Hostetler the mentor who once gave shelter to their high school romance Neither has lived the life they imagined and neither can forget the passionate first love that forever changed their live. PLEASE DON'T READ IF YOU DON'T WANT THE STORY SPOILEDI was sooo beyond disappointed with this book It had me all the way up to chapter 21 I kept thinking how is he going to get them together well he didn't That's how I got excited when it seemed that Amanda was going to meet him at the cemetery only for her to turn right and go home Which I guess was ok since she was almost home when she received word of the accident but she stayed with Frank even after No no no I feel that Amanda was weak and a coward Dawson stayed alone all those years thinking of no one but her and she admitted that even on her wedding day she was unsure she should marry Frank but she did it anyway Why didn't she ever go and look for Dawson Why didn't she just stay alone and be a teacher Even at 42 she couldn't stand up to her mother which was very disappointing It's not like they had to stay in Oriental they could have lived anywhere And then those letters from Tuck UGH It was clear that Dawson would have continued to wait for her to make her decision while she would have clearly kept him waiting She kept asking what should I do And in her letter Tuck lets her have it and she still does the oppositeat least in The Notebook Ally went back to Noah and they grew old together I heard this book will be a movie in 2014 but honestly I will not be watchinghorrible horrible book Dawson gave the best of himself that's for sure which Amanda selfishly took until he could give no Okmy rant is over