What's the Difference between A Walk to Remember the Book and A Walk to Remember the Movie?

Romance

A Walk to Remember

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Released: 1999
Author: Nicholas Sparks

A Walk to Remember

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Released: 2002
Director: Adam Shankman
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In the Book In the Movie
Jamie Sullivan
Jamie Sullivan
Portrayed by: Mandy Moore
Landon Carter
Landon Carter
Portrayed by: Shane West
Margaret
This Character does not appear.
This Character does not appear.
Belinda
Portrayed by: Lauren German
This Character does not appear.
Dean
Portrayed by: Clayne Crawford
Eric
Eric
Portrayed by: Al Thompson
This Character does not appear.
Clay Gephardt
Portrayed by: Matt Lutz
This Character does not appear.
Mr. Kelly
Portrayed by: David Andrews
Reverend Sullivan
Reverend Sullivan
Portrayed by: Peter Coyote
A Walk to Remember Book vs Movie
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In the Book In the Movie
   Jamie is very sick during the wedding and needs a wheelchair and nurse during the ceremony. She is in remission during the wedding.
   Jamie couldn't drive. She could drive.
   These events do not occur. Landon buys/dedicates a star to Jamie, gives her a tattoo (a fake tattoo), builds a telescope for her among a few other very romantic things not mentioned in the book.
   Landon became school student body President after his father forced him to run. He doesn't run.
   Landon's friends tease him about Jamie but they never mock her to her face. They know she is a good person and has god on her side. Landon's ridicule Jamie to her face, even pasting her head on a almost nude woman's body. Landon punches his old friend and is publicly with Jamie after that.
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