Review: See Me


I think you can do whatever you want. In the end, we all live the life we choose for ourselves.  

Nicholas Sparks is a well known American Novelist, who is famous for romantic genre. Well known for his novels like “The Notebook” and “A Walk to Remember”, have immensely touched millions of heart. He has published eighteen novels out of which eleven have been converted into successful motion pictures. In his latest novel, Nicholas presents a thrilling love story which is definitely a page turner.

Colin Hancock, an angry grouchy man living in his late twenties who experienced ruthless childhood, is now giving life a second chance by trying to get his teacher’s degree, avoiding all the places and situation who will lead him to fall in the dirt again. One wrong turn in his life will escort Margolis Pete, a detective, to put Colin behind the bars forever. He meets a mesmerizingly beautiful girl, Maria Sanchez, a lawyer by profession is battling past of her own, one that had compelled her to return to her hometown, Wilmington in New York city. Though they both have different aspirations in life, spark lights between them and soon they fall in love with each other. Everything was going well, until some random events bring up the threatening memories from Maria’s past and their relationship starts getting tested.

For me, true romance is mere presence of the other person by all the ups and downs of life, holding hands and never letting it go, that blind trust and unspoken words. What is the source of threats? Will Colin beside his strict follow up daily routine go out of his way to help Maria and prove his true love? How will Maria tackle with the situation? What happened in the past? ‘See Me’ is a story of obsession, reinvention and a love that defies every expectation.

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