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  • Title: The Sunflower
  • Author: Richard Paul Evans
  • ISBN: 9780743287012
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 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 jungle, against a backdrop of poverty and heartbreak, they must confront their deepest fears and, together, learn to trust and love again.
    The Sunflower 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 enga

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    1. 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 againright 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. 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 pa [...]

    3. Summary In the wake of personal tragedy, two people meet on a humanitarian mission in Peru Christine is a shy, unadventurous woman whose fianc 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 fianc e are cruelly snatched from him one fateful, snowy Christmas Eve Deep in the jungle, against a backdrop of poverty and heartbreak, they must confront their deepest fears and, together, learn [...]

    4. 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.

    5. 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 [...]

    6. 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 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

    7. 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.

    8. 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.

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

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

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

    12. 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.

    13. SUMMARY In the wake of personal tragedy, two people meet on a humanitarian mission in Peru Christine is a shy, unadventurous woman whose fianc 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 fianc e are cruelly snatched from him one fateful, snowy Christmas Eve Deep in the jungle, against a backdrop of poverty and heartbreak, they must confront their deepest fears and, together, learn [...]

    14. 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 [...]

    15. Es un libro muy f cil de leer, y que te engancha al instante de empezar a leer, es simple, y nos cuenta una historia muy muy linda que en mi opin n pudo haber sido muchisimo mejor Esperaba mas, si, pero creo que era porque yo esperaba otro tipo de historia, algo mas tirando a una novela rom ntica y si bien nos habla del amor est mucho mas enfocada en otras cuestiones que tambi n se hacen con mucho amor.Me enamor un poco mas de Cuzco, lugar que no conozco pero ansio conocer, y de su gente, sobre [...]

    16. 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 docto [...]

    17. Christine s fiance breaks off their engagement 2 weeks before the wedding Her best friend convinces her to take a humanitarian trip to Peru to forget about her ex They do work at an orphanage and a school, climb a mountain and visit the jungle Christine falls in love with the doctor who runs the orphanage but her ex shows up trying to win her back This book is all about finding love in unexpected places The line I hated the most was Men marry women, women marry situations The doctor was right ab [...]

    18. 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 [...]

    19. 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 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 begi [...]

    20. I guess the story was kind of cute, but the writing drove me INSANE I found myself mentally correcting the passive voice and re arranging boring sentence structure which is something I hardly ever do, but it was just so GLARING Probably an okay book for the pool, since it doesn t require you to pay much attention.

    21. This was a good book It goes by quickly and can be read in a day or two It s about love being found again after true heartbreak It s also about how service and sacrifice to others has a healing affect in our lives.

    22. Such a good book Richard Paul Evans knows how to make a great romance that isn t mushy or displays details than what I want This book had some drama, an adventure, romance, tragedy, and a satisfying ending to it all Great great read.

    23. I LOVED THIS BOOK It taught me alot to love those around you and to apreciate the things that I have August 4, 2012 I read this book for the second time and I m proud to say that I liked it better the second time than the first

    24. This book is a really easy read It was the first book I read after the Twilight series and we all know that when your done reading those, you don t want to read anything else After reading this book I want to go to the South America and do my own humanitarian work there with the people

    25. I always enjoy Richard Paul Evans books Again I could y put it down This one made me think and want to do for street kids A great book

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