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Sundays at Tiffany's by James Patterson
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Jul 25, 09

Read in January, 2009

WHY did the author have to put in that one scene??? what is the POINT? ARGH!

*sigh*. This did not live up to my expectations at all. The first half of the book is adorable, and reading about the imaginary friends was exciting, but then...boy meets girl...and it goes downhill. I personally got just a little sick of hearing a) how amazing Michael was, b) how low Jane's self-esteem was, c) how horrid Vivienne was and d) how horrid Hugh was! It was like James Patterson had four ideas left and half a book to write, so he just replayed scenes over and over and over and over and over and OVER....seriously. How many times does Hugh have to swear at Jane before she figures out that maybe she should just stop seeing him? And - I really think that if an author insists on adding profanity he should at least be imaginative. what, Hugh can only two swear words in one sentence? And then Vivienne's death - all of a sudden! bang! She loves her "Jane sweetie!" out of thin air! in fact, she never loved anyone else!

Which is why she was totally horrible for all of Jane's life. She had to keep her sweet innocent kind caring long-suffering and totally BORING daughter from becoming Vivienne Junior.

Right.

But - the first half was sweet enough that I have to give it three stars.
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message 1: by Camille (new)

Camille Is it good? I want to read it.


Allison I can't FIND it! seriously, it disappeared!


Allison haha...found it....under the OTHER library books...you'd think I would've checked there...


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