Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Book Review for 'Sundays at Tiffany's' by James Patterson

Sundays at Tiffany's was written by master storyteller, James Patterson along with Gabrielle Charbonnet, and was published by Little, Brown & Company. This book takes you on a journey with eight year old, Jane Margaux and her best friend Michael. Michael is witty, charming and perfect in every way. Michael is also Jane's 'imaginary friend'! But as all imaginary friends must, Michael is forced to leave Jane on her ninth birthday, and tells Jane she will quickly forget him, never remembering their time together.
Years later, now in her thirties, Jane has never lost the fond memories of her imaginary friend Michael and wonders if he ever truly existed. sheer accident, she runs into Michael in a city restaurant and a new journey begins for them both!
This book is heart warming and imaginative. Sundays at Tiffany's will make you laugh, cry, and see life the only way you should... as an innocent child. This endearing and touching story is full of emotional twists and Sundays at Tiffany's shows us all the timeless power of friendship and love. I adored this book and was pleasantly surprised by my infatuation with it's characters. If you enjoyed Sam's Letters to Jennifer and Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas you will love Sundays at Tiffany's. James Patterson has once again outdone himself.

1 comment:

Claude said...

One of the few Patterson's I have yet to read so I'll be looking forward to it! Nice review, C.K.