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"Seek not your destiny, for it is seeking you." In the wake of personal tragedy, two people meet on a humanitarian mission in Peru. Christine is a shy, unadventurous woman whose fiancee broke off the engagement only a week before the wedding, and Paul is a former emergency room doctor whose glamorous lifestyle, stellar reputation, and beautiful fiancee are cruelly snatched "Seek not your destiny, for it is seeking you." In the wake of personal tragedy, two people meet on a humanitarian mission in Peru. Christine is a shy, unadventurous woman whose fiancee broke off the engagement only a week before the wedding, and Paul is a former emergency room doctor whose glamorous lifestyle, stellar reputation, and beautiful fiancee are cruelly snatched from him one fateful, snowy Christmas Eve. Deep in the Amazon jungle, against a backdrop of poverty and heartbreak, they must confront their deepest fears and, together, learn to trust and love again.


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"Seek not your destiny, for it is seeking you." In the wake of personal tragedy, two people meet on a humanitarian mission in Peru. Christine is a shy, unadventurous woman whose fiancee broke off the engagement only a week before the wedding, and Paul is a former emergency room doctor whose glamorous lifestyle, stellar reputation, and beautiful fiancee are cruelly snatched "Seek not your destiny, for it is seeking you." In the wake of personal tragedy, two people meet on a humanitarian mission in Peru. Christine is a shy, unadventurous woman whose fiancee broke off the engagement only a week before the wedding, and Paul is a former emergency room doctor whose glamorous lifestyle, stellar reputation, and beautiful fiancee are cruelly snatched from him one fateful, snowy Christmas Eve. Deep in the Amazon jungle, against a backdrop of poverty and heartbreak, they must confront their deepest fears and, together, learn to trust and love again.

30 review for The Sunflower

  1. 4 out of 5

    Stacy

    I would add this book to the Top 5 list but I don't know what I would kick off! It is all I can do to not start reading it again...right now and I jusr finished it. It was a good mix between a love story, adventure and finding a purpose in this world. It is a quick, easy read. I would add this book to the Top 5 list but I don't know what I would kick off! It is all I can do to not start reading it again...right now and I jusr finished it. It was a good mix between a love story, adventure and finding a purpose in this world. It is a quick, easy read.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    I'm not a big fan of modern romance novels, but "The Sunflower" was a basically clean, easy read that kept me entertained on a day spent curled up on the couch with a cold. That being said, it's probably not one I'll re-read: a little too cliche. Porcelain beauty who faints at the sight of spiders falls for manly man with a gloomy past who wields a machete and has a soft spot for orphaned children... Love at first sight, twists of fate, one nursing the other during a terrible illness, etc. The ro I'm not a big fan of modern romance novels, but "The Sunflower" was a basically clean, easy read that kept me entertained on a day spent curled up on the couch with a cold. That being said, it's probably not one I'll re-read: a little too cliche. Porcelain beauty who faints at the sight of spiders falls for manly man with a gloomy past who wields a machete and has a soft spot for orphaned children... Love at first sight, twists of fate, one nursing the other during a terrible illness, etc. The romance part of the book seemed to take itself a little too seriously, considering the setting. If Evans had wanted to write a serious book, I would have preferred he focus on the orphanage and the children. Instead, he placed them in the middle of a fictional romance as a vehicle for bringing the characters together and making their lives emotional. The chapter breaks every two pages for the last third of the book and the grammatical errors became a little annoying, too.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mel

    Summary: In the wake of personal tragedy, two people meet on a humanitarian mission in Peru. Christine is a shy, unadventurous woman whose fiancé broke off the engagement only a week before the wedding, and Paul is a former emergency room doctor whose glamorous lifestyle, stellar reputation, and beautiful fiancée are cruelly snatched from him one fateful, snowy Christmas Eve. Deep in the Amazon jungle, against a backdrop of poverty and heartbreak, they must confront their deepest fears and, toge Summary: In the wake of personal tragedy, two people meet on a humanitarian mission in Peru. Christine is a shy, unadventurous woman whose fiancé broke off the engagement only a week before the wedding, and Paul is a former emergency room doctor whose glamorous lifestyle, stellar reputation, and beautiful fiancée are cruelly snatched from him one fateful, snowy Christmas Eve. Deep in the Amazon jungle, against a backdrop of poverty and heartbreak, they must confront their deepest fears and, together, learn to trust and love again. This was a simple book. Nothing particularly overwhelming or underwhelming. His novellas (because I have a hard time categorizing them as novels), are thin on substance -- he has enough material to hold your attention for one afternoon, but not for any extended period of time. His characters are likeable, but not very three dimensional. And some of the plot twists seem contrived. One problem I had with this particular story was his use of food. The characters are in the jungle, mountains and cities of Peru, but they seem to be eating very American food – pizza, spaghetti, garlic bread. I want to trust the writer and believe that the Peruvians really eat these things – but it was a stretch for me. This is the second Richard Paul Evans’ book that I have read, and I don’t think I need to read another.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Moana

    I learned what it might be like to go on a volunteer vacation. Reading the book made such an adventure doable and survivable for me. What helped make it more real was going to the author's website and seeing video footage from El Girasol. That was cool! I really liked this book. I love happy endings! I learned what it might be like to go on a volunteer vacation. Reading the book made such an adventure doable and survivable for me. What helped make it more real was going to the author's website and seeing video footage from El Girasol. That was cool! I really liked this book. I love happy endings!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Swanton

    I read this for book club and probably wouldn't have picked it up other wise. But, I enjoyed it. Don'tcha just love that about book club!? It was a quick read with a sweet love story. The reality of the world is sometimes hard to read about, but it is good to take the blinders off for a second and recognize that my problems aren't the worst the world has to offer. It certainly stirred up my "Momma-bear" feelings for all those children who do not feel safe and loved. I read this for book club and probably wouldn't have picked it up other wise. But, I enjoyed it. Don'tcha just love that about book club!? It was a quick read with a sweet love story. The reality of the world is sometimes hard to read about, but it is good to take the blinders off for a second and recognize that my problems aren't the worst the world has to offer. It certainly stirred up my "Momma-bear" feelings for all those children who do not feel safe and loved.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Laurene

    "Seek not your destiny for it is seeking you." "There are times, it seems, that God throws a cosmic switch that moves the tracks beneath us, hurling our lives headlong in a new and uncertain direction. Of these times just two things are certain: It's best we don't know what's ahead. We can never go back." From my experiences within my life, this statement is so true. It's an insight I wished I had way back when. The characters in this story do not have any idea what lays ahead for them. They bo "Seek not your destiny for it is seeking you." "There are times, it seems, that God throws a cosmic switch that moves the tracks beneath us, hurling our lives headlong in a new and uncertain direction. Of these times just two things are certain: It's best we don't know what's ahead. We can never go back." From my experiences within my life, this statement is so true. It's an insight I wished I had way back when. The characters in this story do not have any idea what lays ahead for them. They both thought their lives were headed in one direction but as circumstances and decisions were made -- their lives completely changed. Richard Evans is a master of bringing people together under extraordinary circumstances.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Margaret

    I was disappointed with this book. The description at the back showed so much promise, but it did not live up to it at all. Though the story may have potential, the characters and their interactions with each other are unrealistic and often idealistic, as are some situations. The ending is completely far fetched. I like happy endings, but the author really tried too hard. Everything seemed so forced. I agree that the quotes in the book are its best feature. I WANTED to love this book, but in the I was disappointed with this book. The description at the back showed so much promise, but it did not live up to it at all. Though the story may have potential, the characters and their interactions with each other are unrealistic and often idealistic, as are some situations. The ending is completely far fetched. I like happy endings, but the author really tried too hard. Everything seemed so forced. I agree that the quotes in the book are its best feature. I WANTED to love this book, but in the end I barely even like it.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    This was a simply lovely book. It was a quick read, very interesting story, with realistic characters and sense of quiet truth about it. As as adoptive mom of kids from Central America, it was a reminder of the conditions faced by so many around the world, and inspires me to keep working as I can to improve the lives of kids who have not found a Forever Family, or at least a safe haven from the world's dangers. This was a simply lovely book. It was a quick read, very interesting story, with realistic characters and sense of quiet truth about it. As as adoptive mom of kids from Central America, it was a reminder of the conditions faced by so many around the world, and inspires me to keep working as I can to improve the lives of kids who have not found a Forever Family, or at least a safe haven from the world's dangers.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Meredith Mays

    This was a good, simple binge read. After having not read in a long time, it was refreshing to read something that was easily understandable yet sweet. It wasn't necessarily a genre I enjoy, and it was a bit underwhelming, but after all that, I enjoyed it. It has some great quotes, too! Here are some of my favorites: ~ "In life, as in literature, all comes full circle". "Absence is to love what wind is to fire - it extinguishes the small and inflames the great". "Such fickle days of love when pain This was a good, simple binge read. After having not read in a long time, it was refreshing to read something that was easily understandable yet sweet. It wasn't necessarily a genre I enjoy, and it was a bit underwhelming, but after all that, I enjoyed it. It has some great quotes, too! Here are some of my favorites: ~ "In life, as in literature, all comes full circle". "Absence is to love what wind is to fire - it extinguishes the small and inflames the great". "Such fickle days of love when pain and ecstasy share the same hour". "Feelings can be like wild animals - we underrate how fierce they are until we've opened their cages". "The surest way to minimize your own burdens is to carry someone else's".

  10. 5 out of 5

    Beth Butler

    Lovely book. I liked how the friendships between the characters and their escape to go help others when things weren't going well. And a great happy ending. A pleasure to read. Lovely book. I liked how the friendships between the characters and their escape to go help others when things weren't going well. And a great happy ending. A pleasure to read.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Leigh

    This book is very interesting to see what Peru is like .

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kerrie Rodgerson

    This was a super slow book, with pretty basic writing. Nothing exciting or thought-provoking, really. I did want to find out how it ended, it was short, and I needed a comfort read, however. So....I got to the end and my audio cds were non-functional! I don't know how it ended! Has someone else read this and can tell me? I got to where Martin came to see her in Peru. This was a super slow book, with pretty basic writing. Nothing exciting or thought-provoking, really. I did want to find out how it ended, it was short, and I needed a comfort read, however. So....I got to the end and my audio cds were non-functional! I don't know how it ended! Has someone else read this and can tell me? I got to where Martin came to see her in Peru.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Camille

    This book is definitely one of the best books I have ever read. Very sweet story, typical Richard Paul Evans ending.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    I liked this book, it made me want to go back to the exciting giddy times of dating (specifically dating my husband.)

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ananya M

    I bought this book two years ago, on a whim, because I liked the cover :P I haven't really read a book which tackles issues like this before. It follows the story of Paul, a doctor (there is a very vivid scene about his time in a hospital to get the feel) turned humanitarian, and Christine, a dentist (we don't see her background in this field). It is a love story, yes, but also, just barely. It talks about poverty, child trafficking, the sex trade that children are sold into, how people live and I bought this book two years ago, on a whim, because I liked the cover :P I haven't really read a book which tackles issues like this before. It follows the story of Paul, a doctor (there is a very vivid scene about his time in a hospital to get the feel) turned humanitarian, and Christine, a dentist (we don't see her background in this field). It is a love story, yes, but also, just barely. It talks about poverty, child trafficking, the sex trade that children are sold into, how people live and are forced to live in places like Peru (that's where the main chunk of the story is set), and the overall guilt and overwhelming sense of responsibility you feel when you experience the other, not so privileged side of life. I thought the writing was very simple, yet profound, and very easy to read. The imagery was very good, especially the scenes with the animals in the jungle/lakes. It was a love story, and yet, the story explores the deeper meaning under what drives a person in life. Really good book.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Karen Davis schwarz

    So this is a fun, easy read that also makes you think. I really loved the first 7/8th of the book. The descriptions of the places, the characters, the children in the orphanage. Sigh, but then the end turned predictable, sappy, unrealistic and left me feeling disappointed.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kate

    I first read this book several years ago, and it quickly became one of my favourites. I’ve always found something about Richard Paul Evans’ work that resonates with me, and this was no exception. The central theme about love being stronger than pain is a true one . . . one that I’ve gone through as my own marriage has had it’s ups and downs over the past almost decade. So when my youngest sister mentioned that she had bought this book for me, I was thrilled and thouroughly enjoyed re-reading it. I first read this book several years ago, and it quickly became one of my favourites. I’ve always found something about Richard Paul Evans’ work that resonates with me, and this was no exception. The central theme about love being stronger than pain is a true one . . . one that I’ve gone through as my own marriage has had it’s ups and downs over the past almost decade. So when my youngest sister mentioned that she had bought this book for me, I was thrilled and thouroughly enjoyed re-reading it. This is one of my favourite books, and I’m happy that I get to have it on my bookshelf now! :) April 2018 'review' ~ still one of my favourites . . . 'love is stronger than pain'

  18. 4 out of 5

    Vannetta Chapman

    Another excellent RPE book. This time, he takes us deep into the Amazon jungle. I've loved every Evans book I've read! Another excellent RPE book. This time, he takes us deep into the Amazon jungle. I've loved every Evans book I've read!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Pamela Poole

    I just finished re-reading this book. I like it, but it wasn't as good as when I listened to it on audio a decade ago. I think it's good to re-read or re-watch books and movies you've seen before, because hopefully, you've grown in your experiences and wisdom. The main thing I liked in this book the first time I heard it was that I finally found a clean romance. I still appreciate that! But I also felt disappointed in this story this time around, because it promoted good works without providing a I just finished re-reading this book. I like it, but it wasn't as good as when I listened to it on audio a decade ago. I think it's good to re-read or re-watch books and movies you've seen before, because hopefully, you've grown in your experiences and wisdom. The main thing I liked in this book the first time I heard it was that I finally found a clean romance. I still appreciate that! But I also felt disappointed in this story this time around, because it promoted good works without providing a reason for doing them. Good works won't save us in the end. One promiscuous character in this story begs God not to let her latest boyfriend die, and vows that she'll do anything if He will answer her prayer- but there is never any spiritual transformation by the end. The two main characters are emotionally damaged, but seem to find healing in a very quick romance (with one another). The back cover states that the story is a testament to the "redemptive power of love." As a Christian, however, my perspective on relationships is to consider the biblical examples of what true love is. Looking to another person to fulfill longings that only Christ can meet is a recipe for Trouble (with a capital T!) Another person can't heal our soul. Human love does not conquer all, no matter what the stories claim. Overall, this is a good story if you're looking for a light summer read :-]

  20. 5 out of 5

    Charly Troff (ReaderTurnedWriter)

    Reading the reviews and description of this book did not adequately prepare me for how deeply it would touch me. The romance itself was cute but cliche. There wasn't a lot that was original with it and I was expecting pretty much everything that happened. The part I loved was reading about the orphanage and the kids. It was the kind of book that made a difference in my real life. I'm so inspired to look beyond my own life and do more to make the world a better place. Reading the reviews and description of this book did not adequately prepare me for how deeply it would touch me. The romance itself was cute but cliche. There wasn't a lot that was original with it and I was expecting pretty much everything that happened. The part I loved was reading about the orphanage and the kids. It was the kind of book that made a difference in my real life. I'm so inspired to look beyond my own life and do more to make the world a better place.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Teri Reck

    This is a beautiful book of new beginnings following tragedies in which the main characters try to find meaning again in their lives by traveling to Peru, not just as tourists, but as humanitarians ready to serve those in need. In the midst of their adventures, they experience pain and near tragedy as they tackle problems far removed from the first world "problems" of America. As a budding romance develops, they find new hope in the "greatest of these", love. Based on a true story. This is a beautiful book of new beginnings following tragedies in which the main characters try to find meaning again in their lives by traveling to Peru, not just as tourists, but as humanitarians ready to serve those in need. In the midst of their adventures, they experience pain and near tragedy as they tackle problems far removed from the first world "problems" of America. As a budding romance develops, they find new hope in the "greatest of these", love. Based on a true story.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Veronica

    Loved the story and the adventure! Fascinating to see what Peru is like and loved that the characters were helping people there. I also liked that we get two viewpoints as his other books usually just have one.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Vicky

    Quick easy read. Great story.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Violet

    I judged this book quite harshly early on (cheesy Desert book author, use of the phrase “would of”, silly decorations on page before chapters...), but this was a book club book, so I read it. Just your average hallmark story and flat characters. I also know a lot of people who would (and do) genuinely love this.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Loraine

    SUMMARY: In the wake of personal tragedy, two people meet on a humanitarian mission in Peru. Christine is a shy, unadventurous woman whose fiancé broke off the engagement only a week before the wedding, and Paul is a former emergency room doctor whose glamorous lifestyle, stellar reputation, and beautiful fiancée are cruelly snatched from him one fateful, snowy Christmas Eve. Deep in the Amazon jungle, against a backdrop of poverty and heartbreak, they must confront their deepest fears and, toge SUMMARY: In the wake of personal tragedy, two people meet on a humanitarian mission in Peru. Christine is a shy, unadventurous woman whose fiancé broke off the engagement only a week before the wedding, and Paul is a former emergency room doctor whose glamorous lifestyle, stellar reputation, and beautiful fiancée are cruelly snatched from him one fateful, snowy Christmas Eve. Deep in the Amazon jungle, against a backdrop of poverty and heartbreak, they must confront their deepest fears and, together, learn to trust and love again. REVIEW: Richard Paul Evans has become one of my favorite authors. The sweetness and depth of his novels that are filled with realistic characters just trying to cope with every day life really appeals to me. They are filled with gems of thoughts that stick in your mind for a long time. All of his books carry a message and a lesson. The Sunflower teaches that less is often more in terms of love and compassion. The detail in the setting descriptions adds greatly to this story and the reader can almost feel themselves one of the group. The characters are unique and contribute in different ways to the story line. I especially loved Pablo and Roxana and how they both represented the "street children of Peru" and their tragedy. Knowing that Mr. Evans himself is immersed in helping orphans lets you know this is a story penned from within his heart. FAVORITE QUOTES: I had so many from this book that it was hard to choose just 2 or 3: "American culture is a curious thing. We fret over a sport start's twisted ankle or the ill-fated marriage of celebrities, yet los no sleep over a hundred million children living in the streets." "The surest way to minimize your own burdens is to carry someone else's." "There are non so impoverished as those who do not acknowledge the abundance of their lives." "The secret of success in this life is to realize that the crisis on our planet is much larger than just deciding what to do with your own life. The only work that will ultimately bring any good to any of us is the work of contributing to the healing of the world." (Marianne Williamson quoted in The Sunflower." "When love is right, things work out." "I have come to believe that the only true way we can serve God is to serve His children." "We carry around in our heads these pictures of what our lives are supposed to look like, painted by the brush of our intentions. It's the great deep secret of humanity that in the end none of our lives look the way we thought they would. As much as we wish to believe otherwise, most of life is a reaction to circumstances." "But the truth is, every relationship is a journey. And no journey is safe. The best you can do is find a companion you care to make the trip with.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Carter

    “As much as I have schemed and planned to the contrary, the most central experiences of my life have all been accidents.” Christine’s heart is broken when her fiancé calls off their wedding a few days before it’s supposed to happen. To try and get her mind off her heart, Christine’s best friend signs them up for a trip to Peru where they will sight-see a bit, but mostly work to help people less fortunate than themselves. At first, Christine does not want to go, but is finally convinced. Their fi “As much as I have schemed and planned to the contrary, the most central experiences of my life have all been accidents.” Christine’s heart is broken when her fiancé calls off their wedding a few days before it’s supposed to happen. To try and get her mind off her heart, Christine’s best friend signs them up for a trip to Peru where they will sight-see a bit, but mostly work to help people less fortunate than themselves. At first, Christine does not want to go, but is finally convinced. Their first stop is at an orphanage that is named after her favorite flower – The Sunflower. There she finds a special little girl who, along with the orphanage director, starts to heal her heart. Richard Paul Evans is my favorite author and when asked, I always say The Sunflower is my favorite of his books. I first read it back in 2007. When our library’s adult summer reading program asked us to re-read a favorite book, it was an easy choice for me. Reading The Sunflower helps me finish my Bingo card. The orphanage director, Paul, feels a connection with Christine that is solidified when she gets very sick on part of the trip. His life however is in Peru and hers is in Dayton, Ohio. When her ex-fiance comes to see her in Peru, she must choose where her heart belongs, and, in the end, it all comes down to a sunflower. I am really glad I took the time to re-read this book and remember why it’s one of my favorites. The love story is unique and the main message is about helping children and how helping others can help you overcome your own heartbreak. Evans shines some light on the issue of child trafficking in this book and gives a way to help children at the end of the book. El Girasol is an actual orphanage and you can find ways to support it online. I would highly recommend this book to any adult looking for a story that will touch your heart. Read more here: https://sarahannecarter.com/the-sunfl...

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jenifer

    Fun and delightful though thoroughly predictable. The author has a simple, easy and conversational style in writing which for some reason I just enjoy. Overall, the book probably deserves 3 stars, but it earns 4 stars from me for 3 reasons: 1) It was a fun and worthwhile read; 2) I loved reading about and enjoying his descriptions of jungle Peru and the culture(s) there and 3) (and this is the most important reason) I am truly inspired by someone who uses their resources to relieve suffering whe Fun and delightful though thoroughly predictable. The author has a simple, easy and conversational style in writing which for some reason I just enjoy. Overall, the book probably deserves 3 stars, but it earns 4 stars from me for 3 reasons: 1) It was a fun and worthwhile read; 2) I loved reading about and enjoying his descriptions of jungle Peru and the culture(s) there and 3) (and this is the most important reason) I am truly inspired by someone who uses their resources to relieve suffering wherever they find it and wherever their hearts can reach. This author makes this point in the story (very sweetly I might add) and lives it in his real-life charity work, where he really is currently building an orphanage in Peru. "I suppose that if you look at the big picture you could argue that he's draining the sea with a pail. Perhaps. There are more than 100 million street children in the world - what's a few thousand [or one?] here and there? But I ask myself, is that not a reason to try? I know some boys and girls who think otherwise - the children who found life and hope in a run-down hacienda called the Sunflower." ~Richard Paul Evans

  28. 4 out of 5

    Alyssa Dubois

    I really enjoyed reading this book! If you enjoy realistic fiction, I highly recommend this book! It first takes off as one of the main characters, Christine is heart broken by her fiance calling off the wedding. A friend of hers recommends going on a mission trip to Peru. There is an orphanage call El Garasol.(AKA The Sunflower)After much persuasion, Christine decides to go on the trip. While this part of the story is taking place, there is another story going on too. Paul Cook, a emergency ro I really enjoyed reading this book! If you enjoy realistic fiction, I highly recommend this book! It first takes off as one of the main characters, Christine is heart broken by her fiance calling off the wedding. A friend of hers recommends going on a mission trip to Peru. There is an orphanage call El Garasol.(AKA The Sunflower)After much persuasion, Christine decides to go on the trip. While this part of the story is taking place, there is another story going on too. Paul Cook, a emergency room doctor. He was working on Christmas Eve and the E.R. was packed. After a fatal incident with a child, Paul's life begins to crumple. He too decides on going on this mission trip to Peru. Eventually, Christine and Paul meet and have to learn how to trust again. To see if they make it through, you'llRichard Paul Evans have to read the Sunflower.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kaitlin

    I really did not like this book as much as I thought I would. I was confused in the beginning, since the two stories had not merged. I did enjoy the basic plot, a portion of the characters, and the setting. I felt like I was really in Peru with the characters because of the desciption. But some of the characters I thought were very one dimensional, in contrast to the well developed main characters. But even the main characters did not satisfy me in how their personalities were presented and deve I really did not like this book as much as I thought I would. I was confused in the beginning, since the two stories had not merged. I did enjoy the basic plot, a portion of the characters, and the setting. I felt like I was really in Peru with the characters because of the desciption. But some of the characters I thought were very one dimensional, in contrast to the well developed main characters. But even the main characters did not satisfy me in how their personalities were presented and developed.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sabrina

    I really enjoyed this book, very easy to read and get into. It is about two people that go away from lost love to find it in the craziest place. Yet it is not really a love story. I like the adventure that they go on and I think it based on a true story. Most of the story takes place in south america and the amazon where you learn about orphans and at one point it made me want to go on an exhibition to help an orphanage. This story has a great message and one of the coolest parts was the quotes I really enjoyed this book, very easy to read and get into. It is about two people that go away from lost love to find it in the craziest place. Yet it is not really a love story. I like the adventure that they go on and I think it based on a true story. Most of the story takes place in south america and the amazon where you learn about orphans and at one point it made me want to go on an exhibition to help an orphanage. This story has a great message and one of the coolest parts was the quotes at the beginning of each chapter. I recommend this one to anyone.

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