If we're a reflection of what we read, I'm a wandering hobbit looking to get into Hogwarts school so I can locate the Moonstone and save Panem from Caroline Bingley with the help of Hercule Poirot.
Like most Nicholas Sparks books, this one begins, continues, and ends they way you would expect. No surprises, or twists. Now that I've started to read critically, I notice a lot of passive writing and redundant redundancies that could have used a heavy edit, but in spite of it all, in spite of the predictability and somewhat one-dimensional characters, the damned book still managed to get me choked up in the end. Damn you, Sparks!