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The Lucky One: The Photo That Saved Him

His name is Logan Thibault, and he was a United States marine. He found it glistening in the sun, in a dirt filled road that surrounded him in the darkness of war in Iraq. 1,039 more words

Film

Birthday Book Haul - Romance and Historical Fiction.

Romance (n.): depicting heroic or marvellous deeds, pageantry, romantic exploits, etc., usually in a historical or imaginary setting.

Historical fiction (n.): take place in the past and are characterized chiefly by an imaginative reconstruction of historical events and personages. 320 more words

Books

Out Ranked: Nicholas Sparks' Ten Variations on a Single Story

While there may not be some grand interconnected universe amongst the works of Nicholas Sparks (or maybe there is; I don’t know), there is a certain formula to his stories that provide a certain consistency to his books, and in turn, their film adaptations. 1,437 more words

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A Guide to the Insanity of Nicholas Sparks

This weekend, the latest Nicholas Sparks joint hits theaters. The Longest Ride is the story of the furious romance between a bull rider and an art enthusiast, united by their love of rustic settings, immaculate sunsets, and tasteful PG-13 humping. 2,166 more words

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The Lucky One | Swift Saturdays

Everybody loves pretty, everybody loves cool.

Is it true? That you and I love pretty and cool? And so does everyone? The answer is yes.

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The Lucky One by Nicholas Sparks (Book Review)

When writing a story, especially a love story, it is difficult to enthral the reader into wishing he/she is in the heat of all the action portrayed in the yellowish, dog-eared pages of a storybook. 567 more words

Book Reviews

The Lucky One by Nicholas Sparks

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A true romance, The Lucky One is just another pretty love story from the talented mind of Nicholas Sparks.  Logan, a U.S. Marine, finds a picture of a woman during one of his tours and tries to find the owner, to no avail. 174 more words