7 of 20 people found the following review helpful:
June 6, 2005
I'm sorry, but this is the sappiest, hokiest, most cliche-ridden book I've read in my entire life. I couldn't keep a straight face at the end because it's so overly sentimental. You have two 17-year-olds sitting around reading the Bible and then getting married right before the girl dies from leukemia.
At some point if your pantry runs out of syrup, you can always wring out "A Walk to Remember". If you want sappy, hokey, cliche-ridden tripe, this is your book. You've been warned.