Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Message in a bottle Review

Message in a Bottle: Nicholas Sparks Theresa Osborne is a divorced, single mom in her mid-thirties. She has a busy job writing weekly columns for The Boston times. While on vacation at Cape Cod, She spots a message in a bottle washed up on shore. After reading the beautifully written letter, she published it in her column, and then 2 other people come forward about letters they found on the shore, that turn out to be written by the same man. Theresa’s curiosity gets the best of her, and she decides to find out who wrote those letters, and meet him. What happens next is something that Theresa never expected. Something Miraculous. This was not his best. Sparks' is so well known for his amazing, tragic love stories, but I found this one a little boring. It took a while for the book to finally get going, once it did take off, it was an easy and enjoyable read. The “messages” were beautifully written; they could bring tears to your eyes. Although this wasn’t my favourite from Nicholas Sparks, It still had all his traits, True Love, Tragedy, and Small town life. I would recommend this book for someone who is looking for a good quick read.
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