The Rescue is a fiction novel written by Nicholas Sparks. First published in 2000, the book debuted at number 2 on the best sellers list of the New York Times. After a week, it reached number 1. It is an emotional story about the struggles in life after losing someone, and how the protagonist tries to make a fresh start. The journey of the protagonist is a hard one, and the readers can feel the same. The author has framed the words in the most heart-wrenching manner so that the readers feel the same. It is must-read for those who love romantic novels.
Plot Of The Novel
Denise Holton is in her late thirties, and she is the mother of a four-year-old boy. She lives with her mother and her differently-abled son who lacks in expressing fully what he feels. One day, Denise driving down with her son, Kyle, hits on a tree, and she falls unconsciously. When she regains consciousness what she does not find is her son, Kyle. The situation is then handled by a fireman named Taylor McAden, who has decided to stay away from love and never get intimate with any woman. However, the rescue for Kyle brings them both together towards a burgeoning romance. In spite of the mutual feeling that starts to grow, Taylor finds out a secret about Denise's past that holds her back. The story then continues with a tornado of emotions where Taylor tries to bridge the gap, and Denise is unable to commit.
About The Author
Nicholas Sparks is a famous American producer, screenwriter and novelist. He is known for his heart-breaking romantic stories, and most of his novels have been adapted into motion pictures. Sparks has written his first novel, The Passing, when he was in school in 1985, but the book was never published. Some of his famous works include 'The Notebook,' 'Message in a Bottle,' 'A Walk to Remember,' 'The Guardian,' and 'Dear John.' You can order online the paperback edition of the book published by Bantam Books with the ISBN-10 number of 0553813552 and the ISBN-13 number of 978-0553813555, and get it delivered at your doorstep.