Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Is anything ever bad at Tiffany's?

If you were to ask my best friend, she would say no.  I would have to agree!

Sundays at Tiffany'sBook #9 on my list this year was Sundays at Tiffany's by James Patterson & Gabrielle Charbonnet.

Now before you dive into this one, please take my advice: abandon the literal, embrace the whimsy, and enjoy the dream.  What else should you do when you're reading a story about a woman falling in love with her childhood imaginary friend? 

Sweetly written, Sundays at Tiffany's is basically a modern day, grown-up fairytale.  As kids, we read about the trials and tribulations of Snow White and Cinderella with their wicked stepmothers.  Jane Margaux's mother is the less-than-ideal parent in this story.  Jane comes across a frog or two before finding her Prince Charming in a manner that one only reads in...well...fairytales.

Overall, it's a very easy and quick read.  I highly recommend crashing on the couch with a nice cup of tea for this read.  It will be a fabulous journey that will take you away from reality for just a short time.

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