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LOOK: 3 Nicholas Sparks books that should be turned into movies

August 24th, 2018
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You are never short of romance or heartache when it comes to Nicholas Sparks’s novels. From the timeless classic A Walk to Remember, to his latest love story Every Breath, Sparks’s stories have a way of making us go through ‘all the feels’ in the span of 300+ pages.

Sadly, not all of his novels are adapted to the big screen. And we think it’s about time filmmakers should consider turning these three fictional works into movie-level productions:  

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The Guardian

Canine lovers will definitely be drawn into this story of romance, suspense, and the unconditional love between a woman and her dog.

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The novel takes place after the death of Julie Barenson’s husband — who leaves her with two gifts: a puppy named “Singer” and the promise that he’ll always be watching over her.

Four years later, Barenson tries her hand at love once again. Will she choose her late husband’s best friend Mike Harris or the successful engineer Richard Franklin? And can she truly find love after loss?

Know more about the story here.

 

The Rescue

This book follows firefighter Taylor McAden as he falls in love with the single mother he rescues, Denise Holton.

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Throughout their relationship, they go through a series of personal and emotional struggles that challenge their compatibility as a couple and their resilience to life-changing situations.

It’s a story that’ll have you asking, how far will you really go for the person you love?

Know more about the story here.

 

The Wedding

Finally, The Notebook fans are in for a treat as this novel is a direct sequel to Noah and Allie’s timeless love story!

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This time around, the focus is on Noah and Allie’s son-in-law Wilson Lewis, as he tries to rekindle the romance he once shared with his wife, Jane Calhoun.

It’s a drama that’ll remind you of love’s power to forgive and inspire. Plus, it’s got conversations between Noah and Wilson that will remind you of the bond shared by the iconic Notebook couple!

Know more about the story here.

 

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