Sundays at Tiffany’s by James Patterson & Gabrielle Charbonnet
This was not what I expected from Patterson. I assume that ths was in part attributable to the influence of Charbonnet. The story hinges on the relationship of an imaginary friend and the child imagining them.
It is a charming story. I really liked a lot about it, especially how easily it flowed, making for a simple effortless read. Many people have imaginary friends to get us through hard times, who is completely on our side, especially when we are younger. This story is a fitting tribute to those relationships.
This is a keep it. Which really surprised me as I kept putting off reading it. The title could equally have been Sundaes at Tiffany’s, it was just that sweet.