Sundays at Tiffany’s by James Patterson

Okay- so I have to admit, I took a HUGE break in the middle of the day. For about five hours. It was too nice out and I had stuff to do. Oh well, I am back to reading now for a bit, in between cleaning the house. I have just finished Sunday’s at Tiffany’s, so I guess I better do a review before I forget to do so.


This was a good choice for the read-a-thon.  Quick and easy reading and entertaining.

As a young girl, Jane Margaux has an imaginary friend.  He is the only one who is there for her and doesn’t let her down.  But on her ninth birthday he leaves, as all imaginary friends do, promising her that it will be okay, she won’t remember him as time goes on.

The problem is she does remember Michael.  Twenty-three years after Michael disappeared, Jane is working on producing the a movie that tells the story of Jane and Michael’s friendship.  She is a successful producer with a handsome actor boyfriend, yet she is not happy.  And then she sees him.  Michael is back, but this time he doesn’t seem to be so imaginary. Is Michael an angel?  Will he have to leave again?  Why has he come back into Jane’s life at this moment?  And what happens when your “imagainary friend form childhood [is] your one true love?”


6 thoughts on “Sundays at Tiffany’s by James Patterson

  1. Hmm… that sounds like an interesting premise for a book, hope it is keeping you entertained!

    I don’t blame you for taking a break! I had to do the same thing. I just needed to get outside and enjoy the nice weather.

    Best of luck with your reading!

  2. If breaks make the read-a-thon more fun for you, I think that’s great! I really love the cover of this book; the publishers did a wonderful job. 😀

  3. Congrats on a great-weather break AND finishing a book – you’re reading a lot so enjoy your time doing what you need to do. CHEERS!

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