After reading (and loving) "The Sweet Potato Queens' Book of Love", I was thrilled that my (now, at least in my mind) dear friend Jill again picked up her pen. Her books are funny, touching and insightful, and has a way of really "hitting home". I laughed and I cried. Hey, if for no other reason, buy the darned thing to hear the chapter about Chimney Swifts.
I completely loved this book. Usually, stories about "soul-mates" are pretty unbelievable. Not so with Clare and Henry. When Clare first meets Henry, he already knows every intimate detail about her, and so it is with Clare. This is a philosophy book, a time travel "what-if" book and ultimately a love story.
The audiobook is incredibly well done with a voice for both Henry and Clare (told in the first person from both sides).
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