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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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Becky

WOW this book was amazing... i could not put it down once i started reading it... i started at 8 am today and finished by 1:30 in between work... amazing... i cried...
Jennifer

I thought that "Suzannes Diary for Nicholas" was an awesome and wonderful book. I read it in one day i could not put it down. Two thumbs up.....
Lisa

This is a wonderful book that is beautifully written. It kept me on the edge of my seat turning page after page. Parts are so touching you find yourself smiling even after you've put the book down, and other parts leave you crying long after you've finished the book. After reading Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas I'm not really ready to read another book. I'm just enjoying letting this one fully sink in. Friends recommended this book and I recommend it to you. It is a rare and wonderful find in the literature of today.
gretals

i think Suzanne's Diary For Nicholas was a great book, and James had put all his heart into this book, at some parts of the book it was very sad, other parts were romantic and some were very joyful, i really would love to read another one of James Patterson's books....i recommend u read this book...
nene

Even though this story sometimes seemed "too good to be true", it was a page turner that really captured the emotions of love. Overall, I enjoyed it and would recommend it to those in need of a real "feel good" book!....P.S. It's ok to cry during this book...after all, I bawled!
"mo"

I'm fairly new to this and just read your requirements for a review,I feel embaressed now because my grammar and spelling were so bad on the last (and MY first)review I made.Sorry! Loved Suzanne and Nicholas,Mr.Patterson has to be a lovely man to have that in his heart.Yes I cried too(how could you possibly not).All you people out there who loved this book would also like Nicholas Sparks,particularly"The notebook".That book made me cry too.
Janine

What can I say.. I bought this book this morning and finished it this evening!
What a wonderfully well written love story one can only hope to find a love like this once in ther lifetime.. Although things dont always work out... That type of certanity is beautiful!

kim

only one word for this book! awesome!

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