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Suzanne's Diary For Nicholas

by James Patterson

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Suzanne's Diary For Nicholas by James Patterson
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    Jul 2001, 320 pages
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    Apr 2002, 272 pages

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Melanie

This book was awesome!! I had already read a lot of James Patterson's books and greatly enjoyed them. Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas was different, but definetly worth it. I was pregnant with my third child when I read this and it really hit home. It's a very emotional love story full of surprises. I named my baby boy Nicholas.
Chandaloss

This book has me at a loss for words. It's beautiful. All mothers will love it..... cry for it.....
I felt as if I knew Matt, Suzanne, Nicholas and most of all, Katie. It's an awesome book and so worth the 2 days it took me to read it!
Jessica

I read this book in like 6 hours! I'm not a big reader, but when I find something I like I just can't put it down! I thought this book was very good. If your a fan of "Lifetime" movies or the Women's channel, and you like to read I would definitly recommend this book! I thought it was very good! If you read it you would agree it would make a great movie as well! It's a touching story... I'd say have some tissues!
neptune_gurl

This book was great. It had lessons in it that everyone should remember and live by. Not to mention the twists that Patterson has a way of incorrperating in all of his books. I'd recommend everyone to read this book.
Beth

This book was the first Patterson book I ever read. And it won't be the last. I could rellate to this book because I am also a mother of a little 3 year old. When I read the last couple of chapters I felt a lose too. I felt Suzanne's pain. Great Book!!!!!!!
dijar

This is definately a book that I will read over and over. When I read it for the first time, I cried so hard I scared my daughter, she thought mommy had hurt herself. I think this book touched me so much because I am a mother and I can relate with the feelings that Suzanne had toward her son and husband. It also made me realize just how short and precious life is. I've made the promise to myself to not let another day go by without telling my husband and children how much I love them, life is too short not to.
VaL

When I read the book I never thought that it would be so tochy and could really happen in some ones life...I liked the book and think that everyone should read that thing!
Alinda

Absolutely amazing. I cried my eyes out!

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