Carter is the mother of Landon Carter. Landon reads 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 along with her. Landon narrates that they had a perfect summer together with more love than anybody could possibly know and that she died soon after. Since they have all been children, her classmates have made fun of her for. Landon attends church every Sunday, is polite to his parents and teachers, is comfortable wearing a jacket and tie when meeting with adults, is never arrogant about being from one of the wealthiest families in town, and is best friends with the finest athlete in the school.
Landon himself becomes a better person through Jamie's memory, achieving the goals that he set out to do, like she did. And participating in these activities is Jamie Sullivan, the reverend's daughter who has great ambitions and nothing in common with Landon. During the play, Jamie astounds Landon and the entire audience with her beauty and voice, and Landon kisses her on the stage. Some of the overly familiar situations include the plain girl who loosens her hair and turns out to be beautiful, the reunion with the estranged father, and that old favorite, movie star's disease, in which the actress becomes more beautiful as she gets sicker. No boy had ever asked her out.
. Archived from on 14 September 2008. She doesn't let her illness define her. As the two continue to develop a strong connection, Landon soon discovers their blossoming relationship may not have a happy ending. As a result, Landon's contact with Jamie both frustrates and intrigues him. To his surprise, Jamie replies by insisting that he cannot be.
He is a decent young man whose life changed when he was 17. Landon gets upset at first, and Jamie tells him the reason she did not tell him is that she was moving on with her life and using the time she had left but then Landon happened and she fell in love with him. They relationship, much to the chagrin of Landon's old popular friends and Jamie's strict reverend father. He has limited self-awareness; she constantly questions her life and her purpose. At least, I hoped so.
Popular teens in a high school verbally bully the way another teen girl dresses. He is the self-centered teenager that watches life from the sidelines. One day at rehearsal, Jamie asks if Landon will walk her home, after which it becomes routine. During the play, Jamie astounds Landon and the entire audience with her beauty and voice, and Landon kisses her on the stage. Publication date October 1999 Media type Print hardcover, paperback Pages 240 A Walk to Remember is a novel by American writer , released in October 1999. Every page, every scene, every chapter was written with that idea and it continued to proceed that way right up until the end of the novel, when the time came to write those words.
Landon keeps running into Jamie, a plain, Bible-toting girl who always wears the same sweater and does not care what other people think about her. Teen Beat pin-ups and star as high school seniors Jamie and Landon. She isn't one of those losers who skulks around feeling put upon; her self-esteem stands apart from the opinion of her peers. Landon came to Jamie's house for her helpWhen Landon has trouble learning his lines he asks Jamie for help. Afterward, Landon asks Hegbert if they can go to Flavin's, a local restaurant, on New Year's Eve. She took care of her widowed father, rescued hurt animals, and helped out at the local orphanage. A teen boy is peer pressured by a group of popular teens who have been drinking and act drunk into jumping from a high distance into a body of water below, resulting in near-fatal injuries.
I suppose I wrote this novel not only so that you could get to know my sister, but so that you would know what a wonderful thing it was that her husband once did for her. If you knew that Jamie would die, she died. Jamie spends the last year of her life helping others and studying hard in all her classes. And just like Landon and Jamie, never in a thousand years did anyone think someone would ever deeply fall head-over-heels for her. Even when he knew she was sick, even when he knew that she might not make it, this man asked my sister to marry him.
She doesn't let her illness define her. Yes I know it's about people from opp. He believes God wouldn't listen to someone like him; she never loses faith, even in the worst of circumstances. Jamie buys gifts for the orphanage, and Landon and Jamie spend Christmas Eve there. Jamie has a close-knit, loving home life despite no mother and her much-older father. Four years later, Landon visits Jamie's father and shows that he is still a better person because of Jamie by informing her father that he has been accepted into medical school; prior to falling in love with Jamie, he had no plans for his future after high school. While Landon is not very enthusiastic about participating, he agrees to it anyway.