Nicholas Sparks proves to be a strong writer with no true sense of style in his work. Well, let me rephrase that, Nicholas Sparks is a true writer with his own sense of style that truly differentiates itself with each novel he creates. He is one of the best romance authors of his day. Popular novels such as “The Notebook” and “The Wedding” are arguably both styled with love and passion throughout them both. Though, when you see his sense of style change in each novel, you notice that the love and emotion in “The Notebook” are set in tone and general surroundings rather than their own words and actions as they took place in “The Wedding.”Let’s compare these novels to the likes of “Safe Haven.” Think about it, although most of his novels share similar instances and roots in their story, Sparks managed to illustrate a thrilling picture into “Safe Haven.” He does not create a general structure when he begins writing his novel. He has a certain type, I can tell you that. One that seems to dwell into romance, but each tone and theme is different and greater with each novel written. When you read his novel, you initially, you can understand he wishes to interest youHe once told Writers Digest that he keeps his readers in mind when in the conception of a novel and even keeps forums on his website that let his fans and intrigued readers suggest concepts into his work. This definitely lets him go on with his own interests and his own fans. Url: http://www.writersdigest.com/writing-articles/by-writing-goal/beat-writers-block/sparks-interview Speaking of interests, my favorite novel by Nicholas Sparks is most definitely “The Notebook”. Yes, I am basic, sue me but let me tell you, its genius. It’s the greatest amount of love and mystery that I could ask for. It’s a storytelling another story inside of that story. And I just adore that sort of presentation. Whoever narrating the story of the notebook is subject to a mystery. Is this her lover? If so, then which one?? it’s such an enigma when you truly think about it. The mushy, sappy concept to the storyline is that love conquers all. And it definitely shows to be true for Noah and Allie…or does it? It’s simple, quietly crafted and the perfect manifestation of writing taking a third person point of view, which always drives me to love a novel or movie. I keep this up high with novels such as Forest Gump. Nicholas Sparks is one of the few living authors that is known to be studied and analyzed in schools around the country for his craftsmanship. He is simply genius.’ (To older Allie): “I think our love can do anything we want it to.””(To Allie): “I want all of you, forever, you and me, every day.””Allie’s mother (about her sweetheart of 25 years ago, now a laborer shoveling gravel): “Sometimes when I’m in the area, I just stop here, and I watch him, trying to picture how different my life might have been.” She cries’Allie meets Noah walking with friends, he asks her on a date and she turns him down because he doesn’t come from a family with money. Noah sees Allie getting onto the Ferris wheel at the fair, he climbs up on the Ferris wheel and says he’ll jump if she doesn’t go out with him. Allie hesitantly said yes, so Noah wouldn’t jump. They go on a date and she ends up having a lot of fun. Allie was staying at her family’s house for the summer. On the date, Noah takes her to a beat up an old house that he wants to fix up. Allie falls in love with the potential of the house. They end up having sex that night. Allie gave Noah her virginity on the floor of the soon to be the kitchen. Allie introduces Noah to Her father, and he forbids them from being together. In late summer, the time comes for Allie to leave for school. Noah attempts to keep in contact with Allie after they are forced to separate, however his letters go unanswered, due to Allie’s mother keeping the letters. Eventually, Noah professes his undying and eternal love in one final letter. Noah travels around to find a good job with hopes to escape the thought of Allie, and eventually, he enlists in the Army and is shipped off to war. After serving his country in World War 2, he returns home to refurbish the old farmhouse. A newspaper article about Noah rebuilding the house that Allie loved so much catches Allie’s eye. It has been 14 years since she last saw Noah. Allie attempts to return to him, but she has one final obstacle; she is engaged to another man. Noah and Allie end up having an amazing time once again, spending two wonderful reunion days together, but now Allie must decide between the two men whom she loves. The story of the notebook is pictured by a man who is reading to his beloved who suffers from Alzheimer’s. The significant other is perceived to be Allie. However, this leaves us questioning who the man narrating to her is. In the end, it is revealed that she chose Noah, and now, he is with her at the end of their lives. He reads to her, from his notebook, so she remembers. I’ve definitely learned a great deal from this assignment. Nicholas Sparks flawlessly captures the beauty of love from many different perspectives, and in various settings. He is without a doubt one of the best romance authors of his day.