Sundays at Tiffany's


Sundays at Tiffany's by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet

This is the first James Patterson book I have ever read. It is also yet another book I found on the Staff Recommends table at the Central Library. This story reminds me a bit of those written by Mitch Albom and Nicholas Sparks. The main characters in Patterson's book, Jane and Michael, meet when Jane is a child and then reunite later in life when she is an adult. Growing up without Michael has been difficult for Jane. Her mother controls her life, boyfriends disappointment her, and hopelessness settles in for her future. Everything changes for Jane and Michael when they miraculously reunite. This is a fast and heart warming read that I really enjoyed, a departure from the heavy fact filled historical fiction novels I usually read. I recommend this novel to everyone who likes to read about personal transformations, and the pursuit of true love and happiness. Check catalog for availability.

Submitted by Paula N. @ MPL Central




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