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Miley Cyrus. Not a huge fan of hers, so when I started this book, her image and voice resonated in my brain and it matched perfectly with Ronnie's short for Veronica character. Coupled with the fact that her attitude at the beginning of the novel was a huge turn-off, I was close to calling it quits UNTIL something happened on page … Ronnie saved the sea turtles… oh sweet nibblets, she had to go and save the sea turtles and my attitude soften and I plowed through the rest of the book in a few short hours.
After three years of anger and alienation from her father, she is forced to spend the summer in Wilmington with her dad, a former concert pianist and teacher.
During this summer of growth, revelation and maturity, Ronnie is faced with the possibility of mending her differences and coming to terms with her new reality. Good book with a slow start but strong ending. View all 28 comments. Sometimes you love them more. It's my first Nicholas Sparks novel and I don't intend it to be my last after reading this.
I like the way he writes and the way he depicts life in the most real way possible. This book had something true to it, well, it must have been the characters who had a vibe of realness in them that most books lack sometimes. Ronnie is a seventeen-year-old girl who's definitely have some issues with her parents. It all began three years ago when her parents got divorced and she never talked to her father ever again.
This summer though she and her little brother have to spend her summer with their father in the little town where he lives. Ronnie starts mending her relationship with her father slowly and steadily while in the meantime she makes enemies and friends and most importantly falls in love with one of those guys she never liked or felt attracted to, but Will is the exception.
Will is the only person in the world that can actually put up with Ronnie and her peculiar self she is most widely know for. He chases her and not for one minute does he give up on her until she's his. And they fall in love, they spend their summer together, always together, doing things together like watching over the turtle nest outside Ronnie's house because a raccoon has been seen lurking around.
They kiss and they talk and they learn about each other. It's so beautiful. And so real. Which is why I loved it so much.
I've certainly watched my share of romantic movies based on Mr. Spark's novels but I've never quite liked them that much that I would grab the book and read it but maybe it's just that the movies lack what his books have, that magic and realness because the movies seem somehow shallow..
Well, okay, read this because it's heartbreaking and heartmending and it explores lots of things about the parent-kid relationship. That's about it. Thanks for reading! After her parents divorced, seventeen year old Veronica "Ronnie" Miller felt as if her world was crumbling around her, especially when her father decides to move from New York City to Wilmington, North Carolina. Three years on and still Ronnie is angry and has a bad attitude especially towards her mother.
In fact Ronnie is becoming a handful to say the least. Ronnie's mother decides the best thing is for her daughter is to spend the summer with her father. Ronnie's father is a former concert pia After her parents divorced, seventeen year old Veronica "Ronnie" Miller felt as if her world was crumbling around her, especially when her father decides to move from New York City to Wilmington, North Carolina.
Ronnie's father is a former concert pianist and teacher who now lives a quiet life, but that may all change once Ronnie arrives. Could this be exactly what Ronnie needs or could it make things worse? An enjoyable story which I'm sure will be enjoyed by Nicholas Sparks fans and those alike. View all 3 comments. View all 7 comments. And those were understatements. I cried a lot. Half way through the book, I decided I would download the osp for the movie.
And while reading, I was listening to the song over and over again. It didn't bother me. It actually made me appreciate the book more. A long time a go, after reading The Choice, I swore to myself I will never read a Nicholas Sparks's book again until my friend told me this was good.
And I will never regret it. I don't even like her but the song was great. I remembered going inside my room when I reached chapter 30 because I knew something will happen and will bring me to tears.
Then I read Chapter I cried so so much. And when i finished crying, I'll hear the chorus of the song, and read more touching scenes and I will cry again. I repeated that process over and over and over again. It's just so sad that this book isn't mine.. It's so touching and I felt my world falling apart as I read.
Its simply beautiful. I love it. I love the characters especially Ronnie's brother. He's so funny and adorable.
I wouldn't miss watching this film. Read this. Not reading this would be like never having to taste chocolate. Or never having to see colors. This book is brilliant. View all 9 comments. Jan 12, Carolina Stroschein rated it it was amazing Shelves: Una frase: Le he dejado mensajes Primero tienes que aprender a perdonarte a ti misma.
May 09, The Translation Abbey rated it it was amazing. Sin embargo This is my fav nick sparks book ever! Which is saying something because his other book, A Walk to Remember is heartwrenchingly beautiful and made me bawl like a baby! One of the main reasons why I adore this book is the writing, I love how the characters interact with each other and everyone has their sassy pants on.
I had fun reading this book: D I've been fangirling during the cute moments between Ronnie and Will. They banter and kid around with each other a lot, but you could also sense the co This is my fav nick sparks book ever!
They banter and kid around with each other a lot, but you could also sense the connection and chemistry between the two of them. They were frenemies at first but of course the love between them develops into something much deeper I've read a couple of books where everyone sounds the same, thankfully this wasn't the case.
What makes this book different is that we also get POV from the antagonists, which brings a different angle, and also better understanding of events that happened in the book.
Although I kinda feel guilty for skipping some of the parts from Ronnie's dad cause it's boring sorry. Beware though, this book made me cry like a whole lot due to unexpected feels. So make sure there are tissues near you, just in case. S Nick Sparks wrote this book especially for Miley.
She's awesome: View all 10 comments. Aug 10, Bree T rated it did not like it Shelves: I finished The Last Song and have sufficiently recovered from the thumping toothache it gave me from being so saccharine and sweet. An I finished The Last Song and have sufficiently recovered from the thumping toothache it gave me from being so saccharine and sweet.
Ronnie is all types of attitude from the get-go. She takes off the next morning refusing to tell her father where she was going and stays out until 2am. But quite frankly, she just struck me as a brat who needed a bit of a kick up the wazoo.
Will is rich. Will is handsome.
They have several misunderstandings but it turns out that they like each other. They both think the other is different. They date. They fall in love! Oh no, Marcus is lurking around causing trouble! So many things happen in this book that just seem entirely unnecessary.
The whole shoplifting thing with Blaze. I usually like happy endings, and even though this one is kind of two parts sad with one part perfection, I was still extremely dissatisfied. Even Ronnie at her wildest was pretty tame for a teenager. She went to all sorts of clubs in New York City and never even had a drink. There was also far too much religion in the latter part of this book for me to stomach. Sparks seems quite religious, God and religion was a bit of a theme in Dear John too, but it was much more prevalent in this book.
Some people might really identify with that but I find heavy handed religion pretty off putting in novels. I hear a lot of criticism about Sparks about his novels being pretty cookie-cutter.
But The Last Song stepped it up to a whole new level! This book is no different from a thousand teenage romance stories out there.
I think that might do me for Nicholas Sparks — for the foreseeable future anyway. View 1 comment. Mar 17, Katie rated it it was amazing Shelves: I first read this book 8 or 9 years ago before the movie came out and I absolutely loved it I also loved the movie and it is a fairly good adaptation but the book is better.
The book is almost always better. I am glad to say that years later, my opinion on the book hasn't changed and I loved it just as much this time around. When I was younger, I used to love all of Nicholas Sparks's books. It was around when this one came out that my feelings towards his books started to change. I read this on I first read this book 8 or 9 years ago before the movie came out and I absolutely loved it I also loved the movie and it is a fairly good adaptation but the book is better.
I read this one, Dear John, and The Lucky One all around the same time and I do like all of them, but this one is my favorite of the three and maybe it was because I was a little older than when I started reading his books, but I started noticing a pattern in all of his stories that made them slightly less enjoyable as I continued to read.
Someone will die no matter, whether or not it's absolutely vital to the story. In this book, it kind of is, and I think that's why I liked this one better than the other two I mentioned.
In this book, Ronnie has just graduated high school in NYC and she and her 10 year old brother are being sent to live with their dad in Wilmington, North Carolina for the summer. Ronnie hasn't spoken to her dad in the 3 years since her parents divorced, and she doesn't want to be anywhere near him or in North Carolina.
Throughout the novel, we see how Ronnie's relationship with her dad changes by her being forced to spend the summer there, as well as seeing her fall in love for the first time. Nicholas Sparks's books aren't for everyone, and I get that. But I think this is one of his strongest works that I've read and I particularly love seeing Ronnie's growth throughout the book.
Also, I am basically in love with Will, lol. I highly recommend this book if you enjoy contemporary stories, with both strong family elements and first loves. May 15, Eleanor rated it it was ok. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. An angst-ridden teenager. Placed in a foreign location.
A boy for no apparent reason falls for her. She starts to show her real personality. She and her father reconnect. Her father coughs. Revelations start coming out of everywhere. Her mother is not so great after all.
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Her dad's dying see above: She verbally abuses the boy and he kindly takes it, because he's a gentlemen. He leaves. Her dad dies. She's matured as a person. She goes home and completes the task her father left her wit An angst-ridden teenager. She goes home and completes the task her father left her with. The boy returns. They kiss. The end. As with every other book written by Sparks and others , this book follows the typical teen plotline.
There is nothing fascinating, compeling or unique. There is nothing endearing about the aggressive Ronnie and nothing deep or revealing about her relationship with Will, there only connection seems to be angst. Her parents got divorced.
His kid brother died. View all 6 comments. Jan 03, Natalie rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: I really liked this book! I just finished it. About the middle of the book something really shocking happens. I would have never guessed it happened. I almost came into tears some parts of the book was so sad. This is totally a girl book! Romance- Not bad romance. Once you read the book you get why The Last Song is such a good title!
And why it's The Last Song. The reason for why it's called The Last Song is sad. I decided to give this book a try because I saw the preveiw for the m I really liked this book! I decided to give this book a try because I saw the preveiw for the movie and it looked good. I also gave this book a try because Nicholas Sparks wrote one of my favorite movies. A Walk to Remember. Good movie! Feb 02, Victoria rated it liked it Recommends it for: Those who is looking for a heartfelt, inspiring book about first love and loss.
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 The Last Song is a heartfelt story about first love, loss, the common problems of a teenager's life and is filled with many emotions and stunning, but imperfect characters that develop throughout the novel.
The Last Song is told from multiple points of views and to me, it was the annoying part of the book because I don't really like switching from multiple points of views. I'm the type of person who prefer to read only in one multiple point of view. That's just me! I find it a bit confusing, but it was something that I had to adjust to as I read more and from then on, the reading experience was more enjoyable.
The Last Song is written to tell about a year old girl, Veronica Ronnie Miller, who is forced to go to New York City during the summer to visit her father along with her brother. Ronnie is a stubborn, rebellious teenager who is angry partially due to the fact that her parents had divorced three years ago and her beloved father moved from New York City to Wilmington, North Carolina. Her mother thought that it would be best for Ronnie to go visit her father to try to tie their fragile bond together and be more close.
While living in North Carolina, she experiences first love, loss, and many drama and everything she thought she knew comes crashing down on her At first, Ronnie is a rebellious and kind of an irritating person, but also deep down, Ronnie is a really kind person with flaws and is a very caring person who will fight for anything she believes in. Basically, she is your average teenager who has spunk and humor that I really enjoyed.
We get to glimpse Ronnie's damaged and very flawed side and we can understand where she is coming for. Nicholas Sparks does a great job of portraying these emotional feelings and excellent character depth!
The romance was developed very well and even though it was corny, it was absolutely adorable and beautiful to witness this newly love affair. Many sweet moments of deep stolen kisses and meaningful conversation played a likeable aspect of the book. My favorite part in The last Song was the relationship between Ronnie and her father and how it strengthened and developed over time by communication, memories, special times, and music.
It was absolutely perfect, real, and has a unique charm to it! It was something.. The storyline was also really entertaining and flowed well with ease and moderate pace. The Last Song is a beautiful coming-of-age book about first love, family, loss, and plenty of drama. I would recommend this book to those who enjoyed heartfelt, endearing contemporary novels or those who are fans of Nicholas Sparks!
That in the end, people should be judged by their actions since in the end it was actions that defined everyone. Sep 27, Renadjr rated it it was amazing. Nov 25, Laura rated it it was amazing Shelves: Buddy read with my good friend Joanne. Ellen Isabella. First of all you should excuse me in advance since this is only the first ever review that I write not only for a book but for well whatever Having a first view of the book I could tell that probably I don't belong to the "target group" that this novel is more suitable for It looked to have all those things inside that men are making fun of women reading It surely contains drama,but much more than just that On the other hand of course this book has a bit of censorship Sparks has the majestic charisma of dealing with things that really bothered each one of us In my opinion the book reaches its peak when finally the turtle "phenomenon" takes place I wanted more Now I know how the ideal father looks like..
Hmmm the conclusion of the whole book I should carry on reading books and I wonder what made me stop I watched the movie and fell in love. Eventually I thought to buy the book and it sat on my shelf for the longest time. Finally I picked it up and I'm so very glad I did. I can't began to explain how much more I love the book rather than the movie. It was just so much more insightful to the characters and their stories.
Plot- I knew the plot and all the twists going in so I thought I wouldn't en 4.
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Plot- I knew the plot and all the twists going in so I thought I wouldn't enjoy it as much because I've technically been spoiled. But that wasn't the case, if anything I enjoyed the plot more. The love story was pretty spot on, even though sometimes it felt like insta love just like in the movie.
I loved seeing Ronnie shape into a better person because she was falling in love and maturing. But the best part of the plot happened at the end. I don't want to give anything away just in case you haven't read it, but it is so shattering.
It broke my heart and filled it with joy at the same time to see Ronnie and Steve interact with each other on such a deep level. The ending really hit close to home because my uncle is in the same situation and I love him with all my heart and I loved seeing how Ronnie coped with everything.
It made me finally realize that life isn't always planned and unexpected things happen but you have to deal with it and be happy no matter what. Characters- I didn't think I could love the characters any more than I already do. But again I was wrong. The book developed all these characters even more beautifully. It really surprised me when I read about the true story lines and backgrounds of Marcus, Ronnie, Will, Steve and Blaze. I was especially surprised at what was in store for some of these characters Blaze and Marcus.
Being inside Will and Ronnie's head was so freaking enjoyable because I got to see them fall in love more vividly. Now here is where the tears came. Reading his point of view was heartbreaking. Reading his letters were heart breaking. Everything about his story line is heart breaking. I can't begin to tell you how much I cried during the end of the book because of him.
He was so free spirited and care free. Nicholas Sparks truly inspired me with this character and I don't think any other character could trump Steve.