Sundays at Tiffany's by James Patterson Paperback Book

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Rent Sundays at Tiffany's

Author: James Patterson

Format: Quality Paperback, Paperback, Unabridged-CD, Abridged-CD

Publisher: Grand Central Publishing

Published: Jan 2009

Genre: Fiction - Romance - Contemporary

Retail Price: $15.99

Pages: 336

Synopsis

As a little girl, Jane has no one. Her mother, the powerful head of a Broadway theater company, has no time for her. She does have one friend-a handsome, comforting, funny man named Michael-but only she can see him.

Years later, Jane is in her thirties and just as alone as ever. Then she meets Michael again-as handsome, smart and perfect as she remembers him to be. But not even Michael knows the reason they've really been reunited.

SUNDAYS AT TIFFANY'S is a love story with an irresistible twist, a novel about the child inside all of us-and the boundary-crossing power of love.

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Reviews

BookLender review by Sandra on 2009-07-06 16:38:31

Good concept-loney child has wonderful imaginary friend who is a positive and affirming presence . At a certain age, he has to leave her-very touching, but she gets through it.The interesting part is that we hear the story partly from the imaginary friend-whose job is to nurture these kids. So why does it have to go from a great story to a stupid, unbelievable fairy tale that involes sex with that special childhood friend? Why couldn't they have kept with the idea that grown ups cannot see the imaginary friend, and if they do, all the memory and magic gets erased? Instead, it becomes a cheap romance novel. Sorry-it started out innocent and fun, and became just another silly story. Very disappointing.

BookLender review by Alice on 2010-11-30 15:08:49

I think the other reviews I read on this book were overly harsh. Yes, I might have written the ending a bit differently/ tighter but it's an endearing book that captures you immediately. Have you ever read a book/ seen a movie where the characters have supposedly developed a relationship but it just wasn't there/ you did't buy it? This book really develops its characters and you are into it. I stayed up till 2am finishing it. A girly book, yes, but I encourage you to give it a go.

BookLender review by Jeanie on 2009-07-28 16:35:12

I will admit that I wanted to shout get a spine! at the heroine and then, finally, she did! Not as strong as one, as I hoped but still. A very good story, enjoyed every minute of it.

BookLender review by zeldaq on 2009-07-08 18:43:04

This book was sooo disapointing I loved the other two romantic novels but this was just lame.