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A Walk to Remember 
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OH MY GOSH! Kaley! Whitney! How far are y'all in the book? I got like 2 more pages and I almost cried! It's so good! I really, really like Jamie's character and the setting. What about y'all??


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OH MY GOSH!!! JUST FINISHED THE BOOK!!! :D That was totally worth it all! :') I really like the way Sparks put the emphasis on the Christian like settings. GREAT BOOK!


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I'm on page 54. You better not spoil the book for us Ashli. I think it is a good book so far. I really like the setting too. The book takes place in a small town in North Carolina and it reminds me of our town.



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HEY HEY! Why in the WORLD would I ruin it??? :D You will love it though! I will give you a little heads up though- MAJOR CLIFF HANGER!! HATE IT!!!!! XDXDXDXD ENJOY!!


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Oh my goodness Ash you already finished the book?! :) Im not quite sure what page I am in the book because I am reading it on my kindle but I do like it so far! I can't wait to find out what happens!



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... I really like the way Sparks put the emphasis on the Christian like settings. GREAT BOOK!


what do you mean by "Christian like settings"?



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What I mean by "Christian like settings" is the way he involved so many Christian morals within the story. I can't really explain full detail, since I am the only one who has finished the book. I just love, LOVE, the way he uses Christian morals within the book! :D


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YES, WHITNEY, I HAVE!!! :) It was a really good book, but like I told you today in class, there is a major cliff hanger at the end- I KNOW! I hate them, too! :/ Anyway, I really did like the book, even if if was totally bogus at the end. Not every story can have a PERFECT ending. :) I really do like Sparks writing style though- I think I would've changed the way he cliffed it though.....WHOOO!!!!


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I am enjoying the book so far. I like how the author sets up the story.
He does a good job of introducing the readers to the characters.



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I agree with you Kaley, I also think that he has a great way of introducing you to the main charachters in the book.



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I've read a lot of Sparks books and i really enjoy them. He never lets me down with the way he writes, i never want to put the book down. A Walk To Remember is one of his books that I've started and im almost done with it, and im excited to see what happens.(:



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I have read a couple of Nicholas Sparks too Elizabeth, and now I am reading this one. I hope this book turns out to be as good as the other books that I have read by him! :)



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Post Re: Who is your favorite charachter? :)
Hey guys, how are yall liking the book so far (even though you already finished Ashli) :)? I like it so far and hopefully I will finish it pretty soon. Who is yalls favorite charachter in the book? I think my favorite charachter so far is Landon, but that could change as I get further into the book. :)



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Can't help that I'm a fast reader! :) Whitney I see you! Awesome! Anyway, guess what happens at the end!!! I KNOW!!


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