One of America's bestselling authors returns with a tale about the greatest commitment of all: loving someone forever. When a near-fatal car crash brings Taylor McAden together with Denise Holden, a new resident of Edenton, North Carolina, he must look into his past to see if it's not too late to... show more
One of America's bestselling authors returns with a tale about the greatest commitment of all: loving someone forever. When a near-fatal car crash brings Taylor McAden together with Denise Holden, a new resident of Edenton, North Carolina, he must look into his past to see if it's not too late to take a chance on the future.
Publish date: April 1st 2005
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Pages no: 339
Edition language: English
Opening Line: "Why had this happened? Why, of all the children was Kyle the one?" I first read THE RESCUE in 2003 and enjoyed it just as much with it's rediscovery. As soon as I opened the first page I was lost, reading continuously for the next 24 hours. Thinking to myself, damn that Nicho...
Before you go thinking that this is actually a book about a little kid getting rescued and having two people fall in love on the side—whoa there! What were you thinking, thinking this Nicholas Sparks novel would be any different from the other 158745693655 books he’s written? Pshhh. In all honesty...
The book started off so perfectly. There was tension, excitement and just an amazing story. But then the story progressed and it got boring. It became extreme predictable and this was the first Nicholas Sparks book I DIDN'T CRY! WHAT?! I didn't cry? I know so weird. Not one of my favourites.
Ok this might sound odd, but it wasn't really the romance that made me like this book. It was the characters. It was so easy for me to relate to the plight of a single mother struggling to get by. Denise's story, at least in part was one that I could sympathize with. While my child never had any ...
This review was first posted on Music, Books and TeaThe Rescue was one of the first Nicholas Sparks books that caught my attention a couple of years ago. At that point, I wasn't sold on the idea of reading a Nicholas Sparks book - it seemed like they all had sad endings, something that I wasn't part...