Saturday, January 2

The Last Song

"Life, he realized was much like a song. In the beginning there is mystery, in the end there is confirmation, but it's in the middle where all the emotion resides to make the whole thing worthwhile."

The Last Song. Spectacular. Heartbreaking. Unimaginable. A story of second chances. A love story. This book has it all.

I first want to say that this is the first book that I have read in a while that was truly amazing. When I finished it, I honestly wanted to pick it right back up and read it again.

The Last Song is another Nicholas Sparks masterpiece that shows us the importance of love. Ronnie Miller is a seventeen year old rebel, who has been acting out ever since her parents got divorced. Her father, a concert pianist, leaves NYC and moves to his hometown of Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina. Despite not talking to her father for three years, Ronnie's mom sends her and her brother down south to spend the summer with him. Ronnie's father attempts to reconnect with his children, but struggles with his rebellious daughter, who will not forgive him. Ronnie wants to leave the small town, but then finds something she does not expect, her first love.

I am not going to say anymore. Some books you need more information to get into it, but this one, I think that the less that you know, the better. But please read it. It was not only a story of first love, but heartbreak, love between a father and his children, and how important one's last song is.

I first saw this book because the movie is coming out in April. Do not judge it by Miley Cyrus as the lead. I think that she might do a good job. We will have to wait and see. Anyways, the movie looks good and I will definitely be seeing it in theaters. Watch now please.

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