Notebook Book Report

1501 WordsJun 24, 20127 Pages
A highly emotional, down-to-earth novel that will soothe your soul after a long day at work when all you want to do is relax is The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks. This wonderful read is a romantic fiction novel that will sweep you off your feet and take you to a place where love conquers all. In romance fiction, characters have unique attributes that make them special to the romance fiction genre. The men are usually dark, dangerous, and the women are shown to be powerful, resourceful, and independent. Romance fiction allows men and women to switch between taking the “hero” role. But no matter, whomever has the “hero” role, they always get their happy ending. This genre usually deals with the resolution of a difficult relationship. Romance novels take readers all over the globe, as they have many settings to provide in reference to romance. These novels have been known to be set in historic times, all the way through time travel. In this novel there are three main characters that keep the story constantly moving, changing. Noah Calhoun is the main character of this novel, as he is also the narrator of the story. Noah is a handsome, good, kind natured man who falls in love with Allie fourteen years before the novel starts. He is deeply in love with Allie, and always keeps that relationship in his mind. Allison Nelson is the second main character in the novel. She is a beautiful young woman who was raised in a privileged home. She spends a wonderful summer with Noah and falls in love with him. However, her parents disapproved of Noah, and forced her to no longer see him by moving away. After she moved away, Allie met a man named Lon, who she gets engaged to. But even though she’s betrothed, she runs back to Noah to make sure that she isn’t making a mistake. Finally, Lon is the last main character in this novel. He is Allie’s fiancé later in the novel, but loses

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