Three Weeks with My Brother

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Three Weeks with My Brother
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Author Nicholas Sparks and Micah Sparks
SubjectNovelists, American -- 20th century -- Biography; Voyages and travels
PublishedApril 2004 (Warner Books)
Pages356
ISBN 0-446-53244-4
OCLC 62924109
813/.54 22
LC Class PS3569.P363 Z475 2004

Three Weeks with My Brother is a book written by Nicholas Sparks and his brother Micah. [1]

This book is an account of their three-week trip around the globe as well as the memories of their family life from childhood to adulthood. As the only surviving members of their family, the two brothers embarked on this journey to visit the wonders of the world. However, on this journey, they discovered themselves. They discovered the truth about life, loss, and love.

Memoir Type of autobiographical or biographical writing

A memoir is a collection of memories that an individual writes about moments or events, both public or private, that took place in the subject's/person’s life. The assertions made in the work are understood to be factual. While memoir has historically been defined as a subcategory of biography or autobiography since the late 20th century, the genre is differentiated in form, presenting a narrowed focus. A biography or autobiography tells the story "of a life", while a memoir often tells a story "from a life", such as touchstone events and turning points from the author's life. The author of a memoir may be referred to as a memoirist or a memorialist.

The book has received reviews from publications including Publishers Weekly , Entertainment Weekly , The Best of Times, and People. [2] [3] [4] [5]

<i>Publishers Weekly</i> American weekly trade news magazine

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<i>Entertainment Weekly</i> American entertainment magazine published by Meredith Corporation

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The Best of Times News is a monthly news-magazine published in Shreveport, Louisiana. Since 1993, it has been a premier printed voice to and for adults over 50 years of age in Northwest Louisiana. Its mission is to "Celebrate Age and Maturity" and to help the over 50,000 readers make these years the best that they can be.

The book was a New York Times Best Seller. [6]

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