Nicholas Sparks Message Board
Syahirah posts on 11/16/2007 3:34:33 AM
Hey. I just read the book Dear John. Its just so addictive and full of emotions. I like the trail of emotions that follow the book, truly depicts a real world out there. I've learnt so much from the book, a man's responsibility and patriotism to his country, the love and bond between a son and dad, and what more, true love is just more than about being (not) together. Truly a marvelous piece! =))
Kymbat posts on 7/9/2007 4:00:01 PM
Hello.. I've been searchin for "A walk to remember" book for ages, i guess...
plz if anyone has a copy of it (on the computer), can u send it to my email! i so wanna read it!
i love the movie, and now just to compare the book's version and the movie's one, I got to find it...
thanx a lot!
Michael posts on 7/6/2007 4:27:46 PM
Hi,if you have read Dear John and dont mind talking to me about it, please e-mail me.
Anonymous posts on 5/28/2007 1:00:23 PM
who cares not me! Go read trhe warriors book then make cats in mistclan on the Erin Hunter message board... you will all love it!
claire posts on 5/27/2007 9:23:08 PM
wwhat is the significance of the title for true believer?
connie allen posts on 11/28/2006 8:46:13 PM
Hi my name is connie I read all of Nicholas Sparks books and watch all 3 movies.Right now a just got his book Dear John at the library I'm looking forward to read it.Thank you for write the most great books I read for a long time.
posts on 7/19/2006 11:53:45 AM
have read or listen to all most all of your books, just finished 3 weeks with my brother, it is your best yet.
i read them all in the readers digest select editions. keep on writing
posts on 7/18/2006 4:32:19 PM
Hey Nicholas Sparks fans. I haven't read any of Sparks' books, but my girlfriend is a big fan of his. She keeps saying how she wishes that she had one of the paperback copies of A Walk to Remember that came out before the movie did. According to her, they're not too easy to find. I want to save her some trouble and try to find one for her. However, since I don't read that much in general, I don't really know where to start. I did a bit of research, trying to find out what the differences would be between the version that they sell now and the version that they sold back then. I couldn't come up with anything. I didn't find anything on the internet about what they changed or how I'd be able to identify either of them. I'm starting to think that they never changed anything. That's the reason why I'm posting here. I figured that if anybody could help me, one of you guys could. If any of you would be able to tell me how I could locate one of the original versions in paperback (not first editions, btw), I'd be really grateful. Even just a small nudge in the right direction would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
posts on 7/9/2006 5:15:57 PM
I read your article about how you helped the Williams family in the August Runner's World.
It made me proud to be a Domer.
Greg Servant, '69
posts on 6/23/2006 11:40:38 PM
i'm a student of english letters department.i'll do a study on nicholas spark's a walk to remember. but, i have a problem. actually in my country there's no an original novel of a walk to remember. i have the translated one. actually, i need the original one. any body wants to help me?
it's very important to support my data for my thesis.
for Mr. Sparks, i want you to give me some suggestions, because i want to analyze your novel using psychological approach.
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