The Time Traveler's Wife
When Henry meets Clare, he is twenty-eight and she is twenty. Henry has never met Clare before; Clare has known Henry since she was six. Impossible but true, because Henry finds himself periodically displaced in time, pulled to moments of emotional gravity from his life, past and future. Henry... show more
When Henry meets Clare, he is twenty-eight and she is twenty. Henry has never met Clare before; Clare has known Henry since she was six. Impossible but true, because Henry finds himself periodically displaced in time, pulled to moments of emotional gravity from his life, past and future. Henry and Clare’s attempts to live normal lives are threatened by a force they can neither prevent nor control, making their passionate love story intensely moving and entirely unforgettable. The Time Traveler’s Wife is a story of fate, hope and belief, and more than that, it’s about the power of love to endure beyond the bounds of time.
Publish date: 2004-06-15
Publisher: Vintage Canada
Pages no: 522
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Book Club
, Time Travel
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Magical Realism
by Audrey Niffenegger I had a slow start on this book because I hate, hate, HATE present tense writing and had trouble getting into it as a result. Then I decided to persevere because everyone says it's so good and by the time I passed the first 50 pages, I started getting caught up in the story e...
So though I thought the ending was quite good, I had some issues with certain aspects of this book. All in all I saw love as a dangerous thing to be in since it seems to not work out for anyone that is in "love" in this one. And the first part of the book takes a while to get going. It helps that Au...
I wanted to read this book for a long time, Unfortunately, I didn’t end up liking it but I didn’t hate it.I expected it to be better, There's not much of a plot, and the characters are boring, I think I would have liked this novel better if I had been able to connect with the characters.it was just ...
“When you live with a woman you learn something every day. So far I have learned that long hair will clog up the shower drain before you can say "Liquid-Plumr"; that it is not advisable to clip something out of the newspaper before your wife has read it, even if the newspaper in question is a week o...
I cannot bring myself to assign a star rating to this one, as I am somewhat conflicted about this book. I'm a sucker for time-travel, I found the premise interesting, and I found myself pulled through the narrative wanting to know how everything resolves. But there were also aspects I found troubl...
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