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His 13 mega-selling hits leave no doubt that Nicholas Sparks’ emotionally riveting novels hold a special place in the hearts of his devoted fans. Now, with his 14th romantic page-turner, aptly named The Lucky One, he brings us his most unforgettable story yet, about a man whose brush with death leads to the love of a lifetime.
While serving in Iraq, Logan Thibault finds a photograph of a lovely young woman she signed “E.” The handsome Marine carries the picture in his pocket through three tours of duty, during which he cheats death more times than he cares to count. Could it be that he is carrying a good luck charm?
Once back home, Logan is determined to find his beautiful talisman, hoping that fate, having intervened once, will do so again. His search for “E” and what happens when he finds her, is the stuff of love stories only a master such as Sparks can tell. For as Logan soon learns, Elizabeth Green has a jealous ex-husband who is far from ready to let her go….
The Lucky One is at once heart-wrenching, exulting and ultimately uplifting as we’re swept away, once again, by a distinguished author who’s added yet another irresistible story to his collection of to-be-cherished reads.
Hardcover Book : 336 pages
Publisher: Hachette Book Group Usa ( September 30, 2008 )
Item #: 12-586569
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.25 x 0.8inches
Product Weight: 13.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
I have read all of his books and loved them all but this one is my favorite. Maybe because I am a Marine wife, but this one kept me into it and wanted to know what was happening. i was scared and shocked at the end and glad it ended the way it did. I loved it. Way to go Nicholas.
Reviewer: Cora I
I have read so many reviews on here of all of his books. Heres the thing, one you experience something like the notebook, as put into movie form, very little can top that kind of love story. I think if people would go into each book blocking out the notebook as best they can then they would find the same joy in every book. I just read this book, 3 hours without stopping, it was great... was not as predictable as people say and very surprising in a good way in the end. I swear I held my breath through the epilogue. The latest chapter in Sparks writing career is wonderful!
Reviewer: Lisa W
I am a Nicholas Sparks fan and love almost all his books. But, This book was just too predictable and a very lame story. I felt like I was reading a harlequin romance. I couldn't wait to read this book and it was a total let down.
Reviewer: Donna A
I am a HUGE Sparks fan. Compared to other authors, I would say this is a good book, but compared to Sparks' other works this one is a bit of a let down. I found it harder to get into that the others, and the ending was a bit of a letdown as well. It reminded me of The Guardian, which is my least favorite of his works. It was not definately not of the same calibur as The Notebook. If you are a diehard Sparks fan, read it. If you are wanting to read him for the first time, chose a diffrent book.
Reviewer: Christy H
Nicholas Sparks has once again done it. This is a wonderful book. I started it and wondered if it was gonna be as good as all his others. Just keep reading, it is!
Reviewer: Kimberly L