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Sundays at Tiffany's by James Patterson, Gabrielle Charbonnet
 
Romantic, Fun, Addictive
Imaginary Friend Twist is Unique and Surprising

I am a huge James Patterson fan, so this review will be biased. I enjoyed this easy read. What struck me most was the imaginary friend angle. My son had an imaginary friend. Although his dad did his best to convince him the imaginary friend was not real and he could not be seen, my son was encouraged by me he was real. I would buckle both in the car, fix an extra plate, etc. My son would be running in the yard. His dad would ask him what he was doing. He and his "friend" were racing. So I believe in imaginary friends!! The love angle used with it was interesting. It made me think of the movie "City of Angels" (Nicholas Cage & Meg Ryan). The Angel wanted to become human and did. I think this is what was happening to Michael in the book. TWO THUMBS UP - perfect for a rainy afternoon to curl up on the couch to read.

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