Sundays at Tiffany’s is a book about a lonely girl who yearns for the attention and love of her mother. When she doesn’t get that she instead forges a relationship with an “imaginary” friend named Michael. But is he really imaginary? Or could he be real?
This was our book club’s pick for April. During the review the question was posed- did you have an imaginary friend? I did not. Most of us at book club didn’t. I think the main reason I didn’t need an imaginary friend was that there was always a gang of kids at our house. Our yard was always the place all the neighborhood kids gathered and played kick ball or eenie inie over. There was just never “room” for a friend that wasn’t real.
To see a full review of this James Patterson novel go to my book blog By Book or By Crook.