Sundays at Tiffany's by James Patterson
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Sundays at Tiffany's
By: James Patterson
2008; 320 pages
Sundays at Tiffany's is about a woman named Jane. When Jane was a young girl, she had an imaginary friend named Michael. While most children forget their imaginary friends, Jane never did.
One day, she runs into a man who looks just like Michael. She soon realizes that it IS Michael, her imaginary friend. But, how is this possible? The two fall in love, never knowing how long Michael is going to be around or when he's going to disappear again.
James Patterson is a pretty amazing writer. I haven't read much by him, because most of what I have read until now has been a bit violent for my taste (Women's Murder Club series).
I loved the idea for Sundays at Tiffany's. I also liked how easy it was to almost instantly bond with the characters.
The book is incredibly well written. I highly highly recommend that you pick it up. It makes me wish I could remember my imaginary friend.
I don't remember mine, but I do remember my sister's. She had about 20 of them. My favorite was named ABCD.