Book review on the lucky one

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When a tragedy occurs and Logan loses his best friend, overwhelmed with grief, he follows the superstitious advice of Victor and goes in search of the woman he has never met but has saved his life many times over. Even though it is written in the third person, you get a fair idea that each chapter defines the person mentioned in the title of that chapter. This book is great for anyone, especially those who love a great love story every now and then. Since then, I have been reading Sparks, giving good enough breaks in between so I can enjoy all his books with the same intensity. What did I love about The Lucky One? From there onwards, the picture becomes his lucky charm. Over the years hes made his thoughts about this amply to clear to Beths potential suitors, but Logans persistence means that Keiths usual scare tactics might not be enough The Lucky One is ripe for film adaptation, and indeed is presently showing at the cinemas, but I cant help but feel that its a book thats almost suited better to the big screen than it is to print format. Logan Thibault has returned from Iraq uninjured and unscathed, which is more than can be said for those who worked alongside him. Marine who finds a lost picture while in Iraq. When nobody claims the picture he decides to keep it, providing him with good luck in every situation he is put into. I liked this book. You can also add us to your Google Reader. Logan is without a doubt, a lucky guy. The pacing is very slow.

I could also use my mom's mailing address in Colorado. Its a paint-by-numbers novel, sure, but in all, its is a solid read, and certainly lends itself to a bit of afternoon-page turning on a rainy day although Id avoid reading it in a tree-house if I were you.

When nobody claims the picture he decides to keep it, providing him with good luck in every situation he is put into.

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As he and Elizabeth embark upon a passionate love affair, his secret soon threatens to tear them apart — destroying not only their love, but also their lives.

Clayton, the ex-husband of Beth fits right into his shoes.

Book review on the lucky one

Is there really such a thing as a good luck charm? All the characters have their own space in the book and play an important role to help the story reach its climax. Thibault is sweet! You should be kissed everyday, every hour, every minute. But the secret will soon threaten to tear them apart, destroying not only their love, but also their lives Before I begin with my review, I would love to write here itself that I loved reading it. Perhaps its this that detracted from the tension of the black moment between the two. The type of pervert that takes pictures of naked woman whenever he gets the chance to, when he is in reality a police officer! I also knew to read with a box of tissues at hand. There are other characters as well, and none of them seemed forced to me. The pacing is very slow. Sparks hits the right notes at the right time.

Beth is suspicious of Logan at first who is reluctant to share personal aspects of his past, but soon finds comfort in the company of this gentle, kind man. Ben ends up becoming friends with Logan and his dog Zeus, and gains more confidence too when given the chance to be himself.

Just out of curiosity or was it destiny?

The lucky one book summary

Like, how could this possibly happen? I enjoyed reading it and I hope you do too. The photo that his best friend Victor believed was his lucky charm. Which would you prefer? Given the set-up in the initial chapters, it just feels as though there should be something'more here. The ending to this novel is also sad but happy at the same time. Before I begin with my review, I would love to write here itself that I loved reading it. But Thibault is caught off guard by the strong attraction he feels for the woman he encounters in North Carolina — Elizabeth, a divorced mother — and he keeps the story of the photo, and his luck, a secret. Clayton, the ex-husband of Beth fits right into his shoes. Also, the marines, army. The type of pervert that takes pictures of naked woman whenever he gets the chance to, when he is in reality a police officer! He was likeable, yes, and a great character, yes, but this contemporary was just so…unrealitic to me. The romance is wonderful, as always.

Beth is a good girl, someone I actually related to because she didn't date many guys or slept with many either. Even though it is written in the third person, you get a fair idea that each chapter defines the person mentioned in the title of that chapter.

Both of them are excellently developed in the novel and both of them are so much likable.

The lucky one summary

Although, as we all know, Nicholas Sparks likes to write about the characters background and really want to make us connect in a way to them so, yeah, many descriptions. You should be kissed everyday, every hour, every minute. As he and Elizabeth embark upon a passionate love affair, his secret soon threatens to tear them apart — destroying not only their love, but also their lives. The book drags in certain spots because there is a lot of back story about each character that needs to be told, but there are also moments of action. And indeed, this novel follows the pattern I expected, although fortunately without a Miley Cirus in sight, and rather reminds me of Diane Chamberlains work. Sparks hits the right notes at the right time. Ben ends up becoming friends with Logan and his dog Zeus, and gains more confidence too when given the chance to be himself. How could someone, in the army, find a picture with a woman which becames his lucky charm and he decides to find and will find that woman in question. Logan is without a doubt, a lucky guy. Logan Thibault has returned from Iraq uninjured and unscathed, which is more than can be said for those who worked alongside him. After U. It is another love story by the one and only Nicholas Sparks. Clayton, the ex-husband of Beth fits right into his shoes.
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Book review: The Lucky One by Nicholas Sparks