A Walk to Remember - Nicholas Sparks “I held her close to me with my eyes closed, wondering if anything in my life had ever been this perfect and knowing at the same time that it hadn't. I was in love, and the feeling was even more wonderful than I ever imagined it could be.”

Love changes everyone.
It changes the way you think, the way you look at things, the way you do something.
It changes you in ways that you couldn’t do on your own.
It changes you entirely.
Love is mysterious.
Love is complex.
It works in ways we would not be able to understand or comprehend.
There are no words to explain it.
So when Langdon Carter fell in love, he found no words to clearly express how he felt for Jaime Sullivan.

Langdon and Jaime were two different people destined by fate to be together maybe not forever but they were destined to be in each others lives and change one another.
Their story was beautiful.
It was simple.
Not unique.
No supernatural thing.
There was nothing spectacular about this book.
But you get to feel pure emotions coming out of its pages.
You feel Jaime’s faith and Langdon’s love.

A great book is not the one with difficult words and complicated stuff. For me, a great book doesn’t need to have profound words or lengthy sentences. A great book is the one that touches your soul despite not having intricacy. It touches your life and makes you realize things that you may have overlooked.
A Walk to Remember is one of those books.
Simply written.
Not too long but full of meaning and emotion.

I actually watched the movie first before I had the chance to read the book.
The movie was an instant favorite.
It made me cry. A lot.
I watched it at least 10 times. No Joke!
Shane West and Mandy Moore really made it believable.
I wouldn’t have chosen any other actors for Jaime and Langdon’s part.
Every time some one asked me my favorite movie, it would always be A Walk to Remember.
After reading the book, I just made fell in love with A Walk to Remember more.
It made me realize also how short life is and the importance of faith.
It made me envious though.
Langdon and Jaime’s love was something rare.
It was something that I hope someday I would have too.
I think everyone wants this kind of love.
The one that’s gentle and kind.
Not jealous.
Not boastful.
Not conceited.
After reading this book was when I truly understood what Corinthians 13 meant.

I love this book and I would love it forever.
I also love the movie by the way.
I don’t care what other people say.

“Knowing there's one thing I still haven't told you: I now believe, by the way, that miracles can happen.”