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Sunday At Tiffany’s – Book review

This book was an excellent read! I enjoy James Patterson’s novels and this was no exception. Jane, the main character, has an imaginary friend, Michael. He tells her he must leave her on her ninth birthday. He had done all he could to help her and now she must go it alone. “You won’t remember me he says,” but she does indeed remember. She even writes and produces a Broadway play about Michael and their friendship. Back in New York awaiting his next assignment Michael sees Jane all grown up. Even more amazing she sees him and recognizes him. A wonderful love grows between the two. It’s a fairytale told beautifully and Jane is a character with which I’m sure most of us can identify. As an adult she’s still struggling to find her place, to love and be loved. It was fun to watch her come into her own and find her confidence in herself. I recommend this delightful book!

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About lovelylissie

I love reading, kewpies, butterflies, thrifting, and all things vintage. I am happily married and live in NE Texas.

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  1. The story sounds lovely! Your summary made me want to read the book even more.

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