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Message In A Bottle by Nicholas Sparks

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Publisher Little, Brown Book Group
ISBN-10 751538922
Edition N/A
Number of Pages 368
Publication Year 2006
Language English
ISBN-13 9780751538922
Binding Paperback

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Message in a Bottle is an epic tale of love and despair from the famous American romantic novelist, Nicholas Sparks. The book was adapted into a major motion picture of the same name. Summary of the Book Theresa Osborne is a columnist from Boston. She is divorced and has a 12-year-old son. On a holiday, while jogging on a beach, she stumbles upon a message inside a bottle. The note is addressed to a woman called Catherine and is signed ?Garrett?. Although her divorce has made her doubt the essence of love and romantic relationships, she is intrigued by the note inside the bottle and decides to find the man who wrote that expressive message of love. Garrett lives by the seaside of North Carolina. He had written that message for his lost wife. Garrett and Theresa are attracted to each other, but they choose to remain far from each other because of various factors. Will they move past their miseries and dare to fall in love again? Find out the answer and more in this intense story that stirs the deepest of emotions in you. About Nicholas Sparks Nicholas Sparks was born in Nebraska, United States. Today, he is one of the most famous American romantic novelists. He has penned eighteen novels. Several of his books like The Notebook, A Walk to Remember, The Last Song, Nights in Rodanthe and The Lucky One have been adapted into films. After trying a variety of jobs, he turned to selling pharmaceuticals in Washington D.C., where he met his literary agent who picked up The Notebook. Thus, Sparks began his writing career.

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