The Time Traveler’s Wife

I have just finished reading the best book I’ve ever picked up. It’s an incredibly sweet and wonderful love story that grabs you right from the beginning. It took me about 3 weeks to get through it, which is a long time for me to spend with a book and usually the complete opposite of what most people would describe what they loved about a novel (“I just couldn’t put it down!”). But every time I picked it up I would want to read a part of it then put it down and absorb everything. It’s one of those rare books that is just good from start to finish, so you’re not racing through passages to get to the next good part.

It was recommended to me by the man that runs BMV Books at Edward at Yonge (if you love to read, check this place out, you won’t leave empty-handed I promise), where they usually sell used books, but occasionally they buy a whole ton of copies of one particular book and sell it at a discount, The Time Traveler’s Wife is one of these.

I feel like part of my life is gone now that I finished reading it! *sob*

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3 Responses to “The Time Traveler’s Wife”

  1. Estrogen Overdosed Says:

    When you left it in the hall last Sunday, I picked it up and flipped to a chapter in the middle of the book…it was a good read…porn…:-)

  2. Bobby Says:

    Haha… your dad seems cooler than mine.

    BMV Books is an awesome place, but a danger to your spare time. True, everything is discounted, but you can easily spend forever there trying to decide on all the awesomeness.

  3. Jenny Says:

    “Cool” is 100% NOT the word to describe my dad. We’ve learned the best way to deal with him when he makes comments like that is to just ignore him.

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