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Sundays at Tiffany's by James Patterson
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The novel "Sundays at Tiffany's", by James Patterson and co-author Gabrielle Charbonet, is a bestselling romance novel. After it's release on April 29, 2008, it has become a Lifetime Television original movie, which premiered on December 6, 2010. Being the daughter of a powerful Broadway director, Jane had no one as a
little girl, besides one person. The young and precocious girl had the best friend anyone could ever ask for; although no one else cold see him, he was a kind and funny man named Michael. Jane and Michael did everything together. They took walks in the park, took her to school, and ate ice cream every sunday in the Astor Court at the Saint Regis Hotel in New York City before her mother, Vivenne, took her into Tiffany's to look at jewelry. As Jane grew older and reached her ninth birthday, the time came for Michael to leave. Michael told Jane that every imaginary friend is forgotten, but Jane new she could never forget him. Twenty years later at thirty years old, Jane is just as alone as ever. She now lives in New York City with her mother and now works for her and the Broadway company. Jane writes a play called "Thank Heaven" based on Michael, whom she still not has forgotten about. A man named Hugh McGrath wants the leading role as Michael, and although we realize that he is just using Jane for the role, Vivenne pushes Jane into going out to dinner with him. As Hugh and Jane are at the restauraunt, Michael is secretly watching them. After Hugh gets angered by Jane's actions, he blows up with anger and leaves. Michael and Jane see recognize each other at the St. Regis, and they re-introduce each other. They take a walk and realize how much they've missed each other and need each other, and they spend the rest of the day together. Soon after their reconnection, Jane gets a phone call that Vivenne is in the hospital, so she goes by her mother's side until she dies peacefully. Later, Michael collapses when he finds out that he came back to protect Vivenne and not Jane, and since imaginary friends are never supposed to get sick, they both know that he is now human. When Michael recovers, he vows to spend the rest of his life with Jane, and they soon marry and have two children.
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message 1: by David (new)

David Ambrose 40/50. Good summary. Good details. Nice vocabulary ("precocious"). I love James Patterson, though I don't know if I'd love this book. For a 50, try including more of your opinion.

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