Sundays at Tiffanys

Sundays at Tiffanys

by James Patterson

Leslie Dinaberg: I loved the idea of this book--a woman's childhood imaginary friend comes to life and she meets him as an adult--but I thought the execution was only so-so. It's a fast, easy read, but it's such a great idea I thought it could have been much better.

Susan Casella: I have read many of his books in the past and enjoyed most of them when I am looking for a light novel type of book. This newest one, however, was, in my opinion, his worst ever. It makes for a boring, slow read even if you have a great imagination. I would not reccommend it but I would be interested in hearing if anyone out there read it and what their opinion is.
Rating: This book was not rated.

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