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The Wedding (Nicholas Sparks)

The sequel to Nicholas Spark’s The Notebook, The Wedding tells the story of Attorney Wilson Lewis and his wife Jane, the daughter of Allie and Noel Calhoun. Having been married for 30 years, Wison and Jane already have three children and live a satisfying life. But after forgetting their anniversary, Wison begins to realize that his neglect might have driven his wife away. To renew the romance, he seeks the advice of Noah, his father-in-law. And as his daughter Anna suddenly announces that she’s getting married, Wilson uses the wedding preparations as an opportunity to make his wife fall in love with him again. Readers of Sparks (A Walk To Remember) won’t be dissapointed–it’s another sweet story with just the right amount of sentimentality. Love Story (Erich Segal)

“What can you say about a twenty-five-year-old girl who died? That she was beautiful, and brilliant, that she love Mozart and Bach. And the Beatles and me.” With that begins one of the best love stories ever written, appropriately called, Love Story. It revolves around the relationship of a rich Harvard student and the talented girl from the other-side-of-the-tracks, who immediately get attracted to each other and share an amazing love, only to have it end too soon. ritten by best-selling author Erich Segal, the novel teaches that love is all about understanding, believing, and truly having that special bond in your lives. It’s the kind of love that most people dream of. Those people who doesn’t cry easily, confesses they did so while reading this novel. Jonathan Livingston Seagull (Richard Bach)

Have you ever heard of a bird that doesn’t care about anything except the wonder of flight? Inthis novel, you will. Meet Jonathan Livingston Seagull, a bird who is unlike the rest of the flock because he flies for the sheer love of it, rather than for feeding. because of this, he ends up being banished from his own flock. Son after, he meets some very wise seagulls that teach him the perfect speed for flight. The fable is about the importance of looking for a higher purpose in your life, even if others mock your dreams.


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