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Sundays at Tiffany's by James Patterson
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Jan 20, 2009

it was ok
Read in January, 2009

I read this book quickly. It was a fast read but the plot was a little creepy to me. A young girl has an imaginary 30ish male friend who leaves her on her ninth birthday. She is supposed to forget about him but she never does. Instead she writes a play about her experience and now it is being made into a motion picture. Her boyfriend Hugh is a jerk to her and tries trading a marriage proposal for the role in the movie. Then one day she is at her and her old friends favorite spot and she happens to see him with a date. He recognizes her and they begin dating. He then fears that she is dying and has to leave her again. I found that the whole story was predictable. I did not like the fact that it was kind of a love story between an eight year old and a thirty year old man. I'm glad I got this book from the library.

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