Review: Sundays at Tiffany’s

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Sundays at Tiffany’s by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet

Rating: 3/5


As a little girl, Jane has no one. Her mother, the powerful head of a Broadway theater company, has no time for her. She does have one friend-a handsome, comforting, funny man named Michael-but only she can see him.
Years later, Jane is in her thirties and just as alone as ever. Then she meets Michael again-as handsome, smart and perfect as she remembers him to be. But not even Michael knows the reason they’ve really been reunited.
SUNDAYS AT TIFFANY’S is a love story with an irresistible twist, a novel about the child inside all of us-and the boundary-crossing power of love.


This is what you read to chill or if you want to relax for the weekend but couldn’t be without a book. It’s a light romance with paranormal touch. The imaginary friend concept is what made it interesting. Though it didn’t make a deep connection in me, I wasn’t bored and it kept me enthralled the whole time. I liked how short the story is, it didn’t take a whole day to finish. A perfect breather after reading an overwhelming book.

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