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Safe Haven

Safe Haven

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3 Responses to “Safe Haven”

  1. Kayla says:
    499 of 526 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Couldn’t place it down!!!!, September 15, 2010
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    Kayla (New York) –

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    This review is from: Safe Haven (Kindle Journal)

    This certainly isn’t a habitual sappy like tale that Sparks usually writes. Sure it has the like tale and it’s set in North Carolina, but he puts in an element of danger. I have read all of his books and I like them all, but I am certainly tired of the “I like you” on the first date that practically occurs in all of his novels. The rest of this novel makes up for that instant like. It truly is impossible to place down. I made the mistake of starting it before bed, figuring I would read a few chapters and go to sleep – Well, I stayed up all night and finished it. They way it’s written is strategic and effective in maintenance the reader wanting more (which is why I had to end it in one night). Sparks has said that this is the next movie adaptation and I’m sure it will work well. There is something for everyone: like tale, family tree life, domestic conflicts, danger, and a twist at the end. Well worth the money (the physical book is more $ than the Kindle version – so I don’t know what everyone is complaining about; he’s a best-seller, it came out yesterday – of course it’s not going to be $5!) By and large, I loved it and I don’t regret my buy at all. I’m just sad I finished it already! Can’t wait for the next one!

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  2. Robin Landry says:
    126 of 140 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent escapism, September 16, 2010
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    Robin Landry (Seatac, WA United States) –
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    This review is from: Safe Haven (Hardcover)

    When I pick up this sort of book, I don’t expect my world view to be changed, or to be converted into enlightened as if I’d just had a near death experience, what I expect is to safely getting away from reality and the cares of the world for a small while. Save Haven is just that, a safe haven in the reading experience. I read enough non-fiction to find it very enjoyable to pick up a Nicholas Sparks and leave the cares of the world behind.

    Safe Haven may be a bit predictable, but what makes it stand out for me was delving into the mind of a control freak. Katie Feldman has a secret she’s running from and it’s a huge one. She’s found a safe haven in a small South Carolina town where she can just live life on her own terms, safe from dread. Of course it doesn’t last because tales need endings, and too much happiness can ruin a excellent tale like not anything else.

    The hero in this tale is a man who does the right thing and likes his children. With only this guy, the tale would be pure vanilla. Throw in a ‘terrible guy’ who’s excellent at his job and likes his wife, and you’ve got some swirls of chocolate thrown in that are tasty.

    I like that the main reputation of the tale realizes that the world if full of shadows where things aren’t as simple as they might seem. I won’t give away anything else in the tale because I read one review and it disfigured the ending for me.

    Safe Haven is just what you’d expect from Nicholas Sparks, but I reckon that’s a excellent thing.

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  3. L. G. Fontenot "gayle" says:
    80 of 89 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome Ending, Perfect Title, September 24, 2010
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    L. G. Fontenot “gayle” (Adkins, TX United States) –
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    This review is from: Safe Haven (Hardcover)

    I am a huge Nicholas Sparks fan and have read all of his books. I have felt mad, pleased, and sad, with some of his books, but they are all incredible. I reckon this is one of his best. DO NOT peek at the ending of this one. I have a friend that does this and to me it ruins the entire book….any book, but holds right especially for this one. I will not go into the tale, as some do on here, because again that can ruin it. You will not be disappointed in Safe Haven. Many conflicts and battles within the font, and you will most likely relate to at smallest amount one of them. Again the ending is awesome. This is one you will remember, I know I will. Sparks just keeps getting better and better.

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