If your ultimate relationship goals mirror ‘The Notebook’, and you shed more than a few tears at ‘A Walk To Remember’, then you’ll LOVE Nicholas Sparks’ latest moving romance ‘See Me’.
MP!er Kelly applied through our You Review section and managed to grab a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. Let’s see what she thought…
Name: Kelly McFarland
If you’ve read Nicholas Sparks’ other books, how does this compare? If not, are you more likely to read his books in future? I have previously read ‘The Notebook’, ‘Message in a Bottle’ and ‘The Lucky One’. This book compared to others because Nicholas Sparks has a talent for pulling at your heart strings.
Describe the plot in a sentence. Describing a Nicholas Sparks plot in one sentence is near impossible. But I’ll have a go. “Even a dark past can’t get in the way of a second chance at finding true love.
‘Fess up. Did you cry? I don’t cry, my eyes just occasionally leak water, which they did a lot while reading this book.
Sparks is a great writer – did you have any favourite lines/quotes from this book? “SEE ME, just as I see you”
Would it make a good movie? Yes,yes,yes! All Nicholas Sparks books that have been made in to movies have been great and this book would be no exception.
Rate out of 10. 9/10 a must read for all Nicholas Sparks fans and for anyone who likes books that pull you in emotionally.
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