“Nights in Rodanthe” by Nicholas Sparks

24 10 2008

Nights in Rodanthe

Lots of “finally” these days.  The “Nights in Rodanthe” is finally on wide screen.  My brother and sis-in-law in Toronto, Canada already saw it early this month.  Unfortunately, it was shown here only last Oct. 22.  I wanted to see it on the first night, but of course… my sched again.

Anyways, I bought the book last week but started reading it only last Sunday, at a very slow pace.  By the time I saw it last night (Friday, Oct. 24), I had finished about half of Chapter 3.  As always been said, you need to see the film first before you read the book so that disappointment will be less.   The movie was kinda short and “bitin”, lasting for about 1 hr. & 37 mins, but still worth to see, of course….

Another collectible from Nicholas Sparks.  Other famous works include The Notebook, Message in a Bottle and A Walk to Remember, among others.

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27 10 2008
Jen

Oh, well, I finished the book just this morning and a lot had been modified (which is usual i think when a book is made into a movie). See for yourself, Lily.

27 10 2008
lily

hi jen,
i have read the book already…and i liked it although it’s kind of tragic and not happy ending. as usual..i love happy endings.. but it’s kind of doesnt really leave a heavy feeling after you’ve read the last page..ive got second thoughts of watching the movie after ive read a not so positive review and i dont want to be disappointed..but then.. a friend is inviting me to watch it ..and i cant say no.. afterall..richard gere and diane lane are two great actors..two of my favorites..not to mention that im a fan of nicholas sparks .. well..im looking forward to watching the movie.

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