This was the first Sparks novel I read, when I was 14 or 15. My views on love has changed considerably by then, my taste on books as well, but I would still read this book at least once a year. I'm 22 now.
This book is short, it has a simple premise, it's probably the only Nicholas Sparks novel you should read. (I read other novels of his but nothing measures up to A Walk to Remember).
It's light, it takes me back to an age of innocence, and yeah, maybe I would like a Landon Carter for myself.