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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Amber Logemann

Nights in Rodanthe
By: Nicholas Sparks
Finished book

The main conflict in this book, is when Paul Flannery is killed by a mud slide. He is trying to save his son when his car is hit by the mudslide and dies. Addriene, the protagonist, is in love with Paul and is heartbroken when this happens. She wishes that he was alive and with her, but she was happy that he got to be with his son for the last year of his life. She wouldn't of wanted it any other way even if it meant he would still be alive. Since Paul came to good terms with his son in the end she was justified with that, and the thought of Paul and his son happy together satisfied her.

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