May 9, 2009

Sundays at Tiffany's

Are you often drawn to dreamland and thought of meeting somebody you knew for a long time? Or have you had an imaginary friend when you were a kid and thought that he/she could actually be real?

I've read a book recently by James Patterson entitled Sundays at Tiffany's. I've read some of his previous books like Kiss the Girls, etc, and realized he also wrote contemporary fiction stories that were entertaining.

Sundays at Tiffany's brought also some lesson of the story and how a relationship could be restored. The heroine of the story, named Jane, struggled a relationship with her rich and beautiful but controlling mother for a long time yet deep inside they both knew they loved each other.

She also fought loneliness as a child by having a handsome (almost perfect!) imaginary friend named Michael but lose him on her 9th birthday - because that's the ruling of an imaginary friend... in fact, kids will even forget them the next day.

But never in her next 23 years of existence did she forget him. Jane was still lonely at 32 and hoping for someone who will cheer her up and be on her side.

Then one day, she saw the handsome, funny and loving friend she never forgets - Michael.