The Longest Ride Mass Market by Nicholas Sparks
The Longest Ride Mass Market
In the custom of his cherished first novel, The Notebook, #1 New York Times top rated writer Nicholas Sparks comes back with the momentous story of two couples whose lives meet in significant and astounding ways.
Ira Levinson is stuck in an unfortunate situation. Ninety-one years of age and stranded and harmed after a pile up, he battles to hold cognizance until a foggy picture emerges close to him: his dearest spouse Ruth, who passed away nine years back. Asking him to hold tight, she drives him to stay caution by describing the stories of their lifetime together – how they met, the valuable works of art they gathered together, the dull days of WWII and its impact on them and their families. Ira realizes that Ruth can’t in any way, shape or form be in the auto with him, yet he sticks to her words and his recollections, remembering the distresses and ordinary delights that characterized their marriage.
A couple of miles away, at a neighborhood bull-riding occasion, a Wake Forest College senior’s life is going to change. Recouping from a current separation, Sophia Danko meets a youthful cowhand named Luke, who looks somewhat like the special college kids she has experienced at school. Through Luke, Sophia is acquainted with a world in which the stakes of survival and achievement, destroy and remunerate – even life and demise – pose a potential threat in regular day to day existence. As she and Luke experience passionate feelings for, Sophia ends up envisioning a future far expelled from her arrangements – a future that Luke has the ability to revise . . . in the event that the mystery he’s keeping doesn’t devastate it first.