Sundays At Tiffany's

Sundays At Tiffany s Sundays At Tiffany s is a heart warming romance about a girl who until now has lived her life on the sidelines about what it feels like to fall in love a tale of soulmates and even guardian angels

  • Title: Sundays At Tiffany's
  • Author: James Patterson
  • ISBN: 9781846052521
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • Sundays At Tiffany s is a heart warming romance about a girl who until now has lived her life on the sidelines, about what it feels like to fall in love, a tale of soulmates and even guardian angels.

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    About "James Patterson"

    1. James Patterson

      Official US SiteOfficial UK SiteBookShotsJIMMY Patterson BooksOfficial Site for James Patterson s Middle School SeriesReadKiddoReadJames Patterson has created enduring fictional characters than any other novelist writing today with his Alex Cross, Michael Bennett, Women s Murder Club, Private, NYPD Red, Daniel X, Maximum Ride, and Middle School series As of January 2016, he has sold over 350 million books worldwide and currently holds the Guinness World Record for the most 1 New York Times bestsellers In addition to writing the thriller novels for which he is best known, he also writes children s, middle grade, and young adult fiction and is also the first author to have 1 new titles simultaneously on the New York Times adult and children s bestsellers lists.The son of an insurance salesman and a schoolteacher, Patterson grew up in Newburgh, New York, and began casually writing at the age of nineteen In 1969, he graduated from Manhattan College He was given a full ride to Vanderbilt University s graduate program in English but dropped out after a year, knowing that he wouldn t be able to continue reading and writing for pleasure if he became a college professor.Instead, he moved to New York to become a junior copywriter for the advertising agency J Walter Thompson, eventually becoming CEO of its North American company.In 1976, while still working for J Walter Thompson, Patterson published his first novel, The Thomas Berryman Number, with Little, Brown and Company After being turned down by thirty one publishers, it won the Edgar Award for Best First Novel Patterson s 1993 novel, Along Came a Spider, his first novel to feature Alex Cross, was also his first New York Times bestseller in fiction.In 2001, Morgan Freeman starred as Alex Cross in a film adaptation of Along Came a Spider, and Tyler Perry also played the character in the 2012 film Alex Cross A film adaptation of Patterson s middle grade novel Middle School The Worst Years of My Life will be released in theaters in October 2016.For his initiatives to help kids become passionate readers and for his philanthropic efforts, Patterson was awarded the National Book Foundation s 2015 Literarian Award for Outstanding Service to the American Literary Community James Patterson has donated than one million books to students, emphasizing some of the most under resourced schools and youth programs in the country In 2015, Patterson donated 1.75 million to school libraries throughout the United States, and 250,000 in holiday bonuses to individual bookstore employees He also gave 1 million to independent bookstores in 2014.Patterson has recently donated over 26 million to his and his wife s alma maters the University of Wisconsin, Vanderbilt University, and Manhattan College and he has established over four hundred Teacher Education Scholarships at twenty four colleges and universities throughout the country Patterson has also donated over 650,000 books to U.S soldiers at home and overseas In May 2015, Patterson launched a new children s book imprint at Little, Brown, called JIMMY Patterson, that is unwaveringly focused on one goal turning kids into lifelong readers This imprint also provides resources, strategies, and programs to serve teachers, parents, librarians, and booksellers Patterson will be investing proceeds from the sales of JIMMY Patterson Books in pro reading initiatives Patterson has also founded ReadKiddoRead, a website designed to help parents, teachers, and librarians ignite a new generation s excitement for reading.

    651 thoughts on “Sundays At Tiffany's”

    1. “I miss you already.”This light and lovely piece of fiction has more in common with Robert Nathan’s tender stories from the 1930s and 1940s than it does modern day romances. It is a charming but nearly undefinable romantic novel which is light and breezy, yet touches the heart. I’m usually not a big fan of Patterson, and have to wonder if co-author Gabrielle Charbonnet (Cate Tiernan) did more of the actual writing here, working from an outline and story provided by Patterson. At any rate [...]


    2. OK, I finished. I didn't know I could roll my eyes that hard. I'm pretty sure a dude was watching me on the Metro as I closed the book multiple times, tried to refrain from making noises of disgust, and rolled my eyes at every paragraph. Seriously, they took a tolerable (if sort of creepy) book and then KILLED IT in the last 50 pages. Oh god.Yeah. Well, hey James Patterson and person whose name will be tiny on the cover but probably wrote most of the book, I gave 1 star to JD Salinger too, so at [...]


    3. Sundays at Tiffany's is the first book I have read by James Patterson andAND THE LAST! What promised to be a delightful and charming book--admittedly judged by the premise, what if your imaginary friend from childhood was real?--was an abysmal disappointment.Was my disappointment due to the book's lackluster prose of a ninth grader? No, I have often found myself moving beyond vanilla prose when gripped by a good narrative. However, see what I mean by lackluster, for example, "Michael was running [...]


    4. I thought "Sundays at Tiffany's" was a very sweet romance. The story itself is very simple and uncomplicated. I can easily see this book being made into a movie. 8 year old Jane Margaux feels like she doesn't live up to her extravagant mother's expectations. Vivienne, her successful broadway producer mother pays little attention to Jane, except for their weekly trip to Tiffany's every Sunday. Jane spends most of her time with the only person she can really depend on in her life, her imaginary fr [...]


    5. Picture this, you are an eight year old child and you have an adult imaginary friend of the opposite sex. When it is your ninth year birthday your imaginary friend tells you it’s time for him/her to go and that you won’t remember them tomorrow. Yet, you never forget your friend. One day you see him/her in your city when you’re an adult and the imaginary friend hasn’t changed one bit. Well this is what James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet Sundays at Tiffany’s is all about.Jane is no [...]


    6. Let me start by saying I love romances with a supernatural twist, usually. Having had imaginary friends as a child I thought this book was right up my alley. I was sooooooooo mistaken. It was a little creepy. It was so syrupy sweet that I thought I was going to go into sugar shock. It was probably one of the silliest stories I have ever read. And the ending all neatly tied up in the last twenty pages. Boring! The only good thing about it is that it only took me a few hours to finish.


    7. This was a fairly short and predictable read. I finished it in a matter of hours but that's just the way I go about reading any book I start. Unless I must put the book down, I'd rather try my best to keep reading (keep the movie reel spinning).I enjoyed the book for the idea behind it but I felt it lacked a lot of development and the style of writing felt very I don't know, junior high-ish? I don't find that to be a big factor in my thoughts of the story however I do find that not enough descri [...]


    8. I picked this book randomly from the description online and added it to my list of books that I wanted for my birthday. Luckily, I have a very nice family that buys nice books for me. Unfortunately, the description was ill-fitting.Very sentimental, childish and predictable. The only way I can describe this book is by saying that it's so bad, you're slightly embarrassed to be caught reading it. I know that Patterson is renowned for his action thrillers, so I'm going to give him the benefit of the [...]


    9. Love love love this book!Love the main characters, the romance, the feels!! The plot is a unique one: Girl has an imaginary friend. Imaginary friend leaves her. Girl grows up. Imaginary friend shows up. And here's the twist everybody else can see him. That's a love story to tell the grandkids. I cannot say too much about this book without spoiling it, but I can say that the story really delivers and that epilogue WOW. A perfect end to a perfect romance. A movie was made based on this book, and a [...]


    10. I read this book for a book club that I recently joined and it just really wasn't my style. I have to admit that I was less than excited when I noticed the book was written by James Patterson. Whether accurate or not, I have always viewed him as more of a money-making book factory than a real storyteller. As far as this particular book is concerned, I didn't care for the main character at all. She played the victim from beginning to end. Mommy didn't love me, Daddy is too busy for me, my imagina [...]


    11. This is one of those books that I am not supposed to like for a variety of reasons. One being that it is a mass marketed author which I seem to have a prejudice against. There is no real reason for this mind set, I just seem to have it. Secondly, it is a really sappy sort of love story and I think that kind of book is just for girls. (I know, I know, another unreasonable mind set, but I felt like I should be under a umbrella at the beach behind a pair of Ray Ban Sunglasses) And finally, it is wr [...]


    12. How can I begin? Sundays at Tiffany's was delightful. It embodied everything I enjoy about reading James Patterson. His stories have such an incredible beat and flow to them. It is like reading a song. You get so caught up in the story that before you even realize it, you are three quarters of the way through. For me, this is when the anxiety hits. This is when I realize that I am almost to the point where I have to wait for another James Patterson story to take me away.I immediately fell in lov [...]


    13. This book was wonderful. Halfway through I told my kids and husband the story at dinner and they were all enthralled. Jane and Michael are great characters with comendable personalities. The book made me laugh several times. The characters were so real life. Other than the fact that Jane was very rich and Michael's occupation was an invisible friend that is. My 9 year old daughter asked if she could read the book because she thought it sounded so good. Up til the last hour of the book I would ha [...]


    14. I was aware that I was not the audience for this book going in. I don’t read a lot of formula fiction, though I did when I was younger, but someone in my book club chose it and I decided to keep an open mind.I did. I felt high minded about it too, and secretly hoped that it would be a fluffy, fun read. Suffice it to say, mind’s shut. I hope never to read something so ridiculous and poorly written again. This is a “story” of a lonely girl who later falls in love with her imaginary friend. [...]


    15. Honestly speaking, I’m in two minds about this book.I started this book expecting to be a sweet, heart-warming holiday-ish read with a bit of a fantastical element. Granted, it indeed is a delightful, fantastical read to some extent, and I actually enjoyed reading this, but I cannot deny I was left feeling underwhelmed when I closed the book.The premise is intriguing and the plot flows nicely. I would say this is such a page-turner with a strong first half. Yes, the first half is really strong [...]


    16. If I was Jane what will I do to release myself from the jaded mediocre life? This is how Patterson will teach me - through this novel.I found the book online and placed it in my handheld gadget. As soon as it was stored I get comfortable on my bed and started reading. Enjoying the moments, both happy and sad, it made me realize some things.Review and Reflections:[Entry made to wisely spend the slack time in the wee hours in the morning.]There are a lot of times that I am surrounded with childhoo [...]


    17. I have to say I am truly disappointed in this book. I think it takes a lot to make me unsatisfied with a read but this book just didn't do it for me. James Patterson has written a few softer novels like Sam's Letters to Jennifer and Susan's Diary to Nicholas. Both of those books were fabulous and very quick reads. I loved them. I thought Sundays at Tiffany's would be the same but it wasn't. It was a quick read but the plot was WEIRD. I am not giving anything away here but the main character fall [...]


    18. Reading this book for me was akin to curling up with a cup of hot chocolate and fuzzy blanket next to a fireplace. Cozy, sweet, warm, and just lovely. I really enjoyed the story of Jane and her journey of self discovery. The love story may have waxed a bit sappy in some places or racy in onebut I still loved it. The relationship between Michael and Jane was so sweet. I also thought it was interesting to observe the dynamic between Jane and her mother. I was so proud of Jane when she started to c [...]



    19. This is a novel to buy Mum for Mother's Day! It's filled with the instant gratification of a Mills and Boon combined with the sigh-worthy love story of 'The Notebook'. If you made me do a blind read on this one, I would never believe it was written by a manch less a thriller author! Now, I can't tell you too much without giving it away so I'll let the novel's byline do the talking: What if you're imaginary friend was your one true love? Think about it. What a cool concept! I must admit that part [...]


    20. 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 theny meets girld 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 wr [...]


    21. OH MY GOODNESS!!!! This book is amazing!!! I highly, highly recommend it. It's so darn awesome. It's one of THE best love stories I have ever read, and that's saying something, because I have read a lot of those. Awww <---I'm going to be thinking this every time I think about this book. I already miss Jane and Michael awwwww!!!! ehemAnywho.is book is like none I have ever read before (yeah, yeah I saw that often, but it's soo true!) It's so darn original you have no idea, unless you've read i [...]


    22. I am not usually a James Patterson reader my husband is and he came across a book that he said was perfect for me because it was a romance so here we go. This story is a love story a mystery a little bit of magic thrown in and a lot of really did that just happen type of story. All young children have imaginary friends. I know I did. So the story starts off with a little Jane and her imaginary friend Micheal. We meet Jane just before her ninth birthday. That happens to be a very important age be [...]


    23. Re-Read (Audio Book): December 9, 2016 thru December 15, 20164.25-4.5 StarsJust as charming the second time around.__________________________________________Original Read: June 2009At the risk of gushing, I *loved* this book. I'm sure many would pick it apart as shamelessly sentimental and perhaps go as far to call it fluff, but I think that cynicism is causing some to miss out on a truly lovely feel-good novel. This one has a one-way ticket to the keeper shelf.


    24. Um livro de leitura fácil, com uma escrita simples. Um romance fofinho.Gostei da Jena mas adorei o Michael.Gostei


    25. "Why do things this beautiful make me want to cry?" I asked Michael as I leaned into him, it was an unguarded question, one I'd never have asked of Hugh. "I don't know," said Michael. "Maybe beauty, true beauty, is so overwhelming, it goes straight to our hearts. Maybe it makes us feel emotions that are locked away inside." He blinked and gave a bashful smile.Sundays at Tiffany’s is a romantic melodrama that follows the story of Jane, initially as an eight year old little girl and then in her [...]


    26. Jane Margaux is a lonely girl who does not have any friends. Although her mother Vivienne is present in her life,she is not there when she needs her the most. Rather she is busy romaning her latest Beau. However,she continues to keep tabs to Jane,much to her daughter dismay.There is one person that Jane can turn to,Michael her imaginary friend. As an attentive listener, he is the only one who remains constant in her life. Yet Michael knows that his time with her is only temporary. Afterall,he is [...]


    27. Its tagline :"What if your imaginary friend from childhood was your one true love?" and the synopsis on the back cover made me want to read this book.A lovely story. It made me laugh, cry, and fall in love at the same time. I found myself smiling for no apparent reason.It gave me different kinds of feelings while reading :)I want my own Michael <3(view spoiler)[The authors were pretty clever. On the Prologue, you'll think something bad will happen to Jane.But that happened to Vivienne, her mo [...]


    28. Yikes. I don't typically read this type of book or anything by James Patterson, but I thought the idea of the book was intriguing. But the execution was even worse than I imagined. It was like reading the CliffsNotes version of what could have been a really good book. It went so fast and was so "lite" without any real depth that I thought for sure that something was missing. I'd like to see a really good novelist take the idea and flesh it out satisfactorily, and make it a *real* novel. It was a [...]


    29. This book got two stars from me because the concept was good. However, I did not like the way it was written. It was boring, predictable, and flat. Can you call a book's content flat? If not, I am going to do it anyway. The characters were as interesting as watching paint dryl except Michael. Michael was alright. In short, I can't believe I waited six years or so to read this.


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