Nights in Rodanthe

CD - unabridged
Audio (5 discs)
Product Number: DD17987
Released: Oct 20, 2015
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781478938026
Narrator/s: Jobeth Williams
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Description

Adrienne Willis is 45 and has been divorced for three years, abandoned by her husband for a younger woman. The trials of raising her teenage children and caring for her sick father have worn her down, but at the request of a friend and in hopes of respite, she's gone to the coastal village of Rodanthe in North Carolina to tend the local inn for the weekend. With a major storm brewing, the time away doesn't look promising...until a guest named Paul Flanner arrives. At 54, Paul is a successful surgeon, but in the previous six months his life has unraveled into something he doesn't recognize. Estranged from his son and recently divorced, he's sold his practice and his home and has journeyed to this isolated town in hopes of closing a painful chapter in his past. Adrienne and Paul come together as the storm brews over Rodanthe, but what begins between them over the weekend will resonate throughout the rest of their lives, intertwining past and future, love and loss.

All formats/editions

CD
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Author(s): Nicholas Sparks
Narrator(s): Jobeth Williams
Product Number DD46913
Released: Nov 01, 2005
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781549183140
eAudio
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Author(s): Nicholas Sparks
Narrator(s): Jobeth Williams
Product Number Z10007362
Released: Nov 01, 2005
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Hachette Audio
ISBN: #9781607880844
eBook
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Author(s): Nicholas Sparks
Product Number EB00278732
Released: Apr 10, 2014
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9780446588393

Professional reviews

"Adrienne Willis's concern for her widowed daughter prompts her to relate a story she thought would live only in her own heart, a story of love and redemption, loss and grief. JoBeth Williams's tender narration captures the introspection and sadness of Adrienne's tale, as well as its passion. Her detached portrayal of Paul and Adrienne's lives before they find each other conveys all the flatness of their existence, despite the many events filling their days. Williams's characterizations, however, particularly that of the women, would be better if they were not infused with Southern accents. While technically accurate, they sound more stereotypical than real. Soft piano interludes elegantly separate chapters and polish the finished work. R.P.L. (c) AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine"

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