The Longest Ride by Nicholas Sparks (EPUB, MOBI)
Ira Levinson is stuck in an unfortunate situation. At ninety-one years of age, in weakness and alone on the planet, he gets himself stranded on a secluded bank after a pile up. Enduring numerous wounds, he battles to hold awareness until a foggy picture appears and comes into center adjacent to him: his dearest spouse Ruth, who passed away nine years back. Encouraging him to hold tight, she constrains him to stay alert by relating the stories of their lifetime together – how they met, the valuable works of art they gathered together, the dim days of WWII and its impact on them and their families. Ira realizes that Ruth can’t in any way, shape or form be in the car with him, but he sticks to her words and his recollections, remembering the sorrows and everyday joys that characterized their marriage.
The Longest Ride
A couple of miles away, at a nearby rodeo, a Wake Forest College senior’s life is going to change. Recuperating from a late breakup, Sophia Danko meets a youthful cowhand named Luke, who looks somewhat like the favored college kids she has meet at school. Through Luke, Sophia is acquainted with a world in which the stakes of survival and achievement, destroy and remunerate – even life and passing – pose a potential threat in regular daily existence. As she and Luke begin to fall in love, Sophia winds up imagining a future far expelled from her own plans – a future that Luke has the ability to change. . . in the event that the secret he’s keeping doesn’t destroy it first.
Ira and Ruth. Sophia and Luke. Two couples who have little in common, and who are isolated by years and experience. However their lives will join with unexpected poignancy, reminding every one of us that even the most troublesome choices can yield exceptional adventures: past depression, past death, to the most distant ranges of the human heart.