With echoes of The Bridges of Madison County, this tale explores the enduring power of love through the years and in the face of adversity.
Noah and Allie fell in love as teenagers, with the purest sort of love, only to be kept apart by Allie's mother. Their feelings survived in spite of everything - and they recounted their romance in the pages of a notebook. Now, years later, Allie suffers from Alzheimer's, and her memory has been wiped clean. By reading the story of their relationship and the passion they shared, Noah hopes to break through the barrier of his wife's illness.
This poignant first novel from Nicholas Sparks rivals any love story ever written.
Winner of Publishers Weekly Listen Up Award: Best Audio of 1996, Romance.
"Nelligan's genteel, Southern tones blend perfectly with Scott's straightforward, gentle, often sensuous baritone. The readers deliver strong characterizations." (AudioFile)
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The notebook great love as never written before
This book was a four five star experience because I had seen the film. Sometimes these can be handed by several actor actress doing the books together.
The book never disappointed its just if you've seen the film it's written a little different.
I love the scene in which he takes alley to the swans and they come back and she breaks down and the realise they love each other very much.
Maybe the part they died together on the bed. Very unlikely this would ever happen husband and wife dying together.
Anyone who has loved someone and fears dementia should either read this book or watch the film it's so inspiring. My favourite Nicholas sparks novel
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