What's the Difference between The Lucky One the Book and The Lucky One the Movie?

Drama

The Lucky One

84%
Released: 2008
Author: Nicholas Sparks

The Lucky One

16%
Released: 2012
Director: Scott Hicks
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Logan
Logan
Portrayed by: Zac Efron
Beth
Beth
Portrayed by: Taylor Schilling
Ben Clayton
Ben
Portrayed by: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2546716/
Victor
Victor
Portrayed by: Victor
Keith Clayton
Keith Clayton
Portrayed by: Jay R. Ferguson
The Lucky One Book vs Movie
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In the Book In the Movie
   After he finds the photo, Logan experiences a string of good luck. He later avoids harm in several battles in Iraq. Immediately after finding the photo there is an explosion and he is lucky to survive.
   Keith finds out from a friend that Logan was showing the picture of Beth around town. Keith gets him to explain the picture, and he uses that information to tell Beth about it. After hearing about the picture from his friend, Keith breaks into Logan's place and finds the picture. He takes it to Beth's place.
   When Logan first meets Beth, she assumes he is there to board Zeus, but he says no, he is there to apply for the job. She thinks he is there for Zeus, but when he says no, she assumes he is there for the job, he is trying to tell her about the picture, but doesn't.
   Logan waits in front of Keith's house for him. When he arrives he threatens him with the knowledge that he broke into his house looking for the digital camera and the incriminating photos. He claims to have photos of the break in. Logan only threatens Keith when he grabs Beth's arm when they are arguing. He tells him to do what she says and let go.
   The story begins with Keith Clayton spying on nude sunbathing coeds at a secluded beach. Logan is walking by and Clayton stops him to question him. The film begins with a shot of Louisiana and voice over from Logan. The scene then shifts to Iraq where Logan is a Marine.
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