The Last Song
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My problem with other Sparks novels:
His beginnings are always very slow , so until now I never gave more than 4 stars to any of his books. But that was not the case at all with this one.I loved every page of it. I never was dissatisfied at all, actually I couldn't stop thinking about the book. If you liked A Walk to Remember and The N ...more
(Is it just me or Milers really look stoned here*kidding*)
Amazing book, it's kind of emotional and depressing in the end but still it has a happy ending. Ronnie was like a character that I can personally relate to and the dialogues are just humorous. It's kinda like predictable but all in all it's really meaningful and highly recommended to all Sparks fans.
Veronica "Ronnie" Miller won't be eighteen until the end of the summer, so she has to follow her mom's rules and is off with her younger brother, Jonah, to spend the summer with her dad in a North Carolina beach town. Ronnie hasn't talked to her dad in over three years. He left New York City and their family and moved back to his hometown. Ronnie is rebellious and having been arrested for shoplifting back home, a quiet summer in North Carolina might be the ...more
This is probably my favorite out of all of ...more
To be honest, I realized I went into reading it with a bad attitude. *is ashamed* I'll explain my resistance... two words... one person... Miley Cyrus. Not a huge fan of hers, so when I started this book, her image and voice resonated in my brain and it matched perfectly with Ro ...more
Three years on and still Ronnie is angry and has a bad attitude especially towards her mother. In fact Ronnie is becoming a handful to say the least. Ronnie's mother decides the best thing is for her daughter is to spend the summer with her father. Ronnie's father is a former concert pia ...more
“Sometimes you have to be apart from people you love, but that doesn't make you love them any less. Sometimes you love them more.”
Astonishing good. It's my first Nicholas Sparks novel and I don't intend it to be my last after reading this. I like the way he writes and the way he depicts life in the most real way possible. This book had something true to it, well, it must have been the characters who had a vibe of realness in them that most books lack sometimes.
Ronnie is a seventeen-year-old g ...more
Το διάβασα πολύ ευχάριστα, αλλά σε ένα σημείο προς το τέλος μου το χάλασε, (εσείς που το διαβάσατε ξέρετε σε τι αναφέρομαι, εσείς που θα το διαβάσετε θα καταλάβετε) θεωρώ ότι το τράβηξε οοοσο μπορούσε για να βγάλει συγκίνηση. Δεν ήταν ανάγκη! Εκεί ψυχοπ ...more
And those were understatements. EVERY SINGLE PERSON WHO KNOWS HOW TO READ MUST READ THIS!!! Geezz. I cried a lot.
Half way through the book, I decided I would download the osp for the movie. And while reading, I was listening to the song over and over again. It didn't bother me. It actually made me appreciate the book more. A long time a go, after reading The Choice, I swore to myself I will never read a Nicholas Sparks's book again until my fri ...more
Siguiendo su estilo romántico y dramático que tanto lo caracterizan, Nicholas Sparks nos vuelve a emocionar con "La última canción", una novela de amor y de perdón.
Todo comienza en las vacaciones de verano, cuando una adolescente de 17 años rebelde y hostil se ve obligada a pasar el verano en un pueblo de Carolina del Norte con su papá y su hermano menor. Ronnie, que no se habla con su padre desde que se divorció de su madre, no puede esper ...more
En el comienzo, hay misterio, al final, hay una confirmación, pero es en el medio donde todas las emociones se asientan para hacer que todo valga la pena".
¡¡Amé, amé, AMÉ este libro!!
Sin embargo... ¡a leer con Kleenex!
Los que vieron la peli, ya están prevenidos de que se puede terminar así:
o, como en mi caso, así:
I've been fangirling during the cute moments between Ronnie and Will~ They banter and kid around with each other a lot, but you could also sense the connection ...more
Η δεκαεφτάχρονη Ρόνι είναι αναγκασμένη μαζί με τον μικρότερο αδερφό της τον Τζόνα, να περάσει το καλο ...more
“Life, he realize, was much like a song. In the beginning there is mystery, in the end there is confirmation, but it's in the middle where all the emotion resides to make the whole thing... worthwhile.”
The Last Song is my first Nicholas Sparks' book and I am positively certain this book will not be my last. The Last Song is a heartfelt story about first love, loss, the common problems of a teenager's life and is filled with many emotions and stunning, but imperfect characters that develop throug ...more
Veronica “Ronnie” Miller is 17 and going through 'that' stage. She’s disrespectful to her mother, she goes out partying and clubbing in New York where she lives and she’s also had a slight run in with the law due to some shoplifting. An ...more
Since Nicholas Sparks wrote it, it is already a given that it will be sad. He always adds a dramatic twist at the end of his books, which is why I enjoy reading them! I will not spoil what happens but he gives indications early on as to what will occur so it becomes predictable. However, the ending of this book is ...more
I think this book probably works better as a movie. However I have not seen it yet…anyhoo…
The story starts out a little slow with a seventeen year old girl, Ronnie, and her nine year old brother, Jonah, who are from NYC, are being sent to the south to live with their father, whom they have not seen in three years. Not surprisingly, Ronnie thinks she knows everything, and is determined her life is being ruined. She thinks her father just abandoned them, and h ...more
Having a first view of the book I could tell that probably I don't belong to the "target group" that this novel is more suitable for...the plot and well Nicholas Sparks previous one ...more
Ronnie, a rebellious girl, got mad at her father because of her parents’ divorce. When she found out that her mom would want her and her brother Jonah to spend the summer holidays with her dad, she had known that it would be the worst summer ever, for she hated her father of what he had done. But as the day passed, she figur ...more
Nicholas Sparks is one of the world’s most beloved storytellers. All of his books have been New York Times bestsellers, with over 105 million copies sold worldwide, in more than 50 languages, including over 75 million copies in the United States alone.
Sparks wrote one of his best-known stories, The Notebook, over a period of six months at age 28. It was published in 1996 and he followed with the n...more
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