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Sundays at Tiffany’s

by James Patterson, Gabrielle Charbonnet
Read by Ellen Archer

      As always, James Patterson grabs you in the first five minutes of the book and pretty much guarantees you'll want to keep listening ‘til it's over. This is a very romantic look at what happens to our childhood imaginary friends.

Jane is the daughter of a very famous and powerful Broadway producer. She has grown up in a world of adults and would have been a very lonely child if it weren't for her imaginary friend, Michael. On her eighth birthday, Michael tells Jane he must leave her because that's the "rule." He assures Jane that she won't remember him after he's gone. But she does remember and when their paths cross again, Jane is an adult. They quickly realize their love for each other and therein lies the problem. Jane is human and Michael is not. Or is he becoming human? Is it just wishful thinking?

Ellen Archer is the reader of this audio book. She has the perfect voice for Jane and does an admirable job with Michael's and Vivienne's voices. The book was wonderful and everything I have grown to expect from James Patterson's love stories - a love story, with some twists and turns, that ends happily ever after.

The Book

Hatchette Audio
April 28, 2008
Unabridged Audio 5 CD's / 5.5 HRS
1600241654 / 978-1600241659
Romance / General fiction
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The Reviewer

Bunny Reiss
Reviewed 2008
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