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by Kathleen Quinlan,Bruce Boxleitner,Nicholas Sparks

eBook Message in a Bottle ePub
Author: Kathleen Quinlan,Bruce Boxleitner,Nicholas Sparks
Language: English
ISBN: 1570426058
ISBN13: 978-1570426056
Publisher: Hachette Audio (May 1, 1998)
Category: Erotica
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 271
Formats: docx mobi txt lit
ePub file: 1967 kb
Fb2 file: 1727 kb

Message in a Bottle Audiobook.

Message in a Bottle Audiobook. Kathleen Quinlan (Narrator), Bruce Boxleitner (Narrator), Nicholas Sparks (Author), Hachette Audio (Publisher) & 1 more. Listen to this book for FREE when you try Audible.

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Bruce Boxleitner’s most popular book is Message in a Bottle. Showing 17 distinct works. Message in a Bottle by. Nicholas Sparks (Goodreads Author), Kathleen Quinlan (Narrator). Bruce Boxleitner (Narrator).

About Bruce Boxleitner: Bruce William Boxleitner is an American actor, and science fiction and suspense writer. He is known for his leading roles in the.

Quinlan reads more slowly and with less expression. The transitions between scenes are well handled, with one reader fading out as the other comes in. . Retail pak, Time Warner AudioBooks, 1998.

Written by Nicholas Sparks, Audiobook narrated by Kathleen Quinlan, Bruce Boxleitner. Nicholas Sparks, best selling author of A Bend in the Road and A Walk to Remember, returns with this touching tale of two vulnerable people who find love in the eye of a storm.

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Message in a Bottle is the second romance novel written by American author Nicholas Sparks. The story, which explores the romance theme of love after grief, is set in the mid-late 1990s, then-contemporary Wilmington, North Carolina

Message in a Bottle is the second romance novel written by American author Nicholas Sparks. The story, which explores the romance theme of love after grief, is set in the mid-late 1990s, then-contemporary Wilmington, North Carolina. The 1999 film Message in a Bottle produced by and starring Kevin Costner, is based on this novel. Divorced and disillusioned about romantic relationships, Theresa Osborne is jogging when she finds a bottle on the beach

Read by. Bruce Boxleitner, Kathleen Quinlan. I am a fan of Nicholas Sparks. I read the book, loved it. i have the whole collection of Nicholas Sparks books, Now i'm working on getting the cd's. Наиболее популярные в Аудиокниги.

Read by. That is why I gave Message in a Bottle a shot. I liked the love story.

by Nicholas Sparks Author · Kathleen Quinlan Narrator. Learn how to read digital books for free. OR. Download Libbyan app by OverDrive. Shimmering with suspense and emotional intensity, Message in a Bottle takes readers on a hunt for the truth about a man and his memories, and about both the heartbreaking fragility and enormous strength of love.

While jogging along the Cape Cod shore, a thirtysomething single mother struggling to recover from a difficult divorce stumbles upon a half-buried bottle containing a touching love letter that sends her on an uncertain odyssey of self-discovery, renewal, and the possiblility of new love. Simultaneous.
Pedora
I hate to admit that I have read a novel by Nicholas Sparks. I hate to admit that I have read all of his romances, which I did in about a week and a half while suffering with the flu. Nothing too heavy during that time. Interestingly I left "Message in a Bottle' until the last of his romances to read. I wasn't going to even read it because of the movie tie in which I haven't seen.

So what did I think? Well I thought this is probably the best romance novel Sparks or any romance writer has written. The two main character are expertly drawn. The contrast between North Carolina and Boston makes for interesting descriptions of place and most interestingly this novel has as non-traditional plot and ending as you are likely to read in this genre.

Again this isn't "Moby Dick" but it is an excellent novel in its own right. It is with great embarrassment that I recommend this small emotionally written novel.
Shakanos
This is my third Nicholas Sparks book and I didn't enjoy it as much as the first two. I thought Theresa often came across as manipulative and selfish. She had redeeming qualities, but I was annoyed with her more often than not. I found her friend, Deanna, to be much more likable.

I was frustrated that neither of them really thought it through before Theresa met Garrett. Although this type of short-sighted, selfish behavior was typical for Theresa, Deanna usually had better judgment. The bottle Garrett tossed into the ocean could have come from anywhere, so the likelihood that he lived nearby was very slim. Yet neither of them thought past the initial meeting. What if there was great chemistry, and, in the best-case scenario, they fell madly in love. What then? Would she be willing to relocate to be with him? If not, there seemed no point in meeting him at all. It certainly didn't seem fair going in to expect him to relocate. She also never thought about his perspective in all this, and how inserting herself into his life may complicate things for him.

Overall, it wasn't a terrrible book, and I still plan to read more by Nicholas Sparks.

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A lot of my annoyance with Theresa was how she manipulated her way into Garrett's life because she thought he was so wonderful, and then tried to change him. She chided him at one point to be more "manly", when what drew her to him was his sensitivity. She knew early on that his life revolved around the ocean, that he lived near his aging father, and that he had never left his home state. Yet she seemed to be trying to sell him on the idea of moving to Boston - to give up everything in his life to be near her. She knew going in that he was still mourning Catherine, yet she forged ahead with a relationship, ignoring the big red flag that he continued to keep Catherine's picture by his bed as the months went by.

I could understand why she didn't tell him about the letters earlier, and when she finally did come clean, my view of her softened. Until she told him that everything that had happened after their initial meeting was natural and not planned, leaving out the part about how she had purposely left her jacket on the boat to manipulate him into another meeting. When she skipped that part, I went back to not liking her very much.

The twist at the end really caught me off guard. I never expected Garrett to die. Even though Theresa was clearly hurting, I couldn't muster any sympathy for her. I just kept thinking how she had ruined Garrett's life and that he was definitely not better off for having met her. If not for her, he would have gotten over Catherine in his own time, with his father's gentle encouragement. Maybe later he would have met a nice local woman and lived happily ever after. Instead, he took unnecessary risks to say good-bye to Catherine in order to get back in Theresa's good graces. And, on that topic, I found it hard to believe that such an experienced sailor would turn off his radio when a storm was approaching, and that he would not have put on his life vest much sooner.

Of course, another victim of Theresa's selfishness was Jeb. At 70 years of age, he lost his only child and was left alone in the world. At least Theresa still had Kevin.
Daigami
I would like to start by saying that I would recommend this book to anybody (although it may be better suited for women). I went into this book thinking that I would have difficulty relating to the main character who is a single mother, but boy was I wrong about that. Throughout the book I found myself comparing experiences and feelings I've gone through to Theresa's. Theresa is a journalist for the Boston Times who has gotten caught up in the routine of everyday life. She has been to meet the right guy since her divorce, but finds herself somewhat disappointed with the men in her area. For one reason or another, they all seem to have one flaw or another. While on a run, Theresa discovers a message in a bottle lovingly written to Catherine, Garrett's deceased wife. She ends up happening upon 2 more similar letters found by people along beaches. She had her heart set on meeting this man an organizes a way to casually cross paths with him. Long story short, they end up falling in love (of course). But will the message in a bottle lead to a new life together, or tear them apart? This book opens your eyes to not giving up on true love, no matter the hardships.
Enila
I've watched the Kevin Costner movie by the same name multiple times and was wondering how the book compared. The general plot is similar but not the same. The overall end result was basically the same. The book was OK but I saw the movie first. I liked the movie over the book.
blac wolf
My first book from Nicholas Sparks. I didn't know it would be a romance novel. I'm not that well read but this is dumbed down and more on a middle school / high school reading level. The actual messages in the bottle are so mushy it sounds like they came from a 14 year old girl. This must be a man writing a book like a women so other women can read it. Not a bad business idea. Overall kind of cute. It would make for a nice Hallmark movie.
Era
I AM JUST ABOUT FINISHED WITH THE 3RD BOOK, HATE IT TO END, IT WAS ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS IVE EVER READ THRU AMAZON.HE ALWAYS PUTS SO MUCH THOUGHT INTO THIS BOOK / IT HOLDS YOUR INTEREST CONSTANTLY, HATE WHEN I HAVE TO RECHARGE MY KINDLE, AS I DONT WANT TO STOP, SOMETIMES I PLUG IT IN AND CONTINUE READING, THEN PUT IT ON CHARGE OVER NIGHT.
THE BEST THING ABOUT THE KINDLE IS THE AMAZING BOOKS, I WAS SO INTERESTED IN MY GAMES ON FACEBOOK BUT UNFORTUNATELY, I WASNT TOLD THAT IT DIDNT HAVE ADOBE FLASH PLAYER AND WILL NOT DOWNLOAD ALL MY FAVORITE GAMES, LIKE CEASERS PALACE, AND HEART OF VEGAS, MY TWO FAVORITES UNFORTUNATELY, SO WILL JUST LIVE WITH IT... BUT GREAT BOOK
Jogas
Second chances,
Sometimes you never know if your given the blessing of having love a 2nd time only to loose it again.
This book inspires you to look at life differently and appreciate what you have before it is taken away from you!
The small things become those that you treasure the most. I finished this the night before my10th wedding anniversary! It inspired me to write from my heart what I have always known of how my feeling are towards my husband.
Thank you for this emotional loving book!
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