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A Walk to Remember (novel)
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A Walk to Remember

The cover of the first hardback edition of the novel
Author(s)Nicholas Sparks
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Genre(s)Drama
Romance
PublisherWarner Books
Publication dateOctober 1999
Media typePrint (hardcover, paperback)
Pages240
ISBN0-446-60895-5
OCLC Number44913996
A Walk to Remember is a novel by American writer Nicholas Sparks, released in October 1999. The novel, set in 1958-'59 in Beaufort, North Carolina, is a story of two teenagers who fall in love with each other despite the disparity of their personalities. A Walk to Remember is adapted in the film of the same name. Contents [hide]

1 Writing
2 Plot summary
3 Characters
4 Reception
5 Adaptation
6 Bibliography
7 References
8 External links
[edit]Writing

Sparks wrote the manuscripts for A Walk to Remember, his third novel, in the summer of 1998. He wrote it in North Carolina, which is the setting of the novel.[1] Like his first published novel The Notebook, the prologue to A Walk to Remember was written last.[2] The title A Walk to Remember was taken from one of the tail end pages of the novel: "In every way, a walk to remember."[3][4] The novel is written in first-person, and its narrator is a seventeen year-old boy, living in the 1950s.[1] The novel was inspired by Sparks' sister,[1][5] Danielle Sparks Lewis, who later died of cancer in June 2000. Although the story is largely fictional, certain parts were based on real experiences.[4] For example, his sister, just like Jamie, was never popular at school and always wore an ugly sweater. And just like Jamie, she always carried the Bible around with her every where she went. And just like Landon and Jamie, never in a thousand years did anyone think he would ever deeply fall head-over-heels for her. His sister's husband proposed marriage to her despite her sickness. After her death, Sparks said in the eulogy: "... I suppose I...