“Breakfast at Tiffany’s” by James Patterson
Breakfast at Tiffany’s is a romantic tale full of unexpected turns and heart wrenching emotion. The compelling imagery painted within each paragraph is enough to keep every reader enthralled from the very beginning. Jane Margaux is the daughter of a famous Hollywood producer and has lived underneath the thumb of publicity from a very young age. Her imaginary friend, Michael, was the only thing that sustained her over the course of her lonely childhood spent in the back of limousines and he is what allowed her to believe that there is still goodness in the world that she deduced was filled with nothing but sorrows. Fast forward approximately thirty years and Jane has become a playwright, she is engaged to a terrible man who could never love her the way she needs for him to and her mother still holds the strings that are tethered to Jane’s existence. But now, Michael is back, and he’s more real than when he had left her.