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One of My Favorite Books: The Time Traveler’s Wife

by Regan

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It’s hard for me to choose one favorite book. The truth is that I have many, but for the sake of this post I will choose The Time Traveler’s Wife. A love story and a science fiction story rolled into one.

Henry has a condition called Chrono Displacement Disorder which causes him to involuntarily travel through time. Henry travels to places in time that are important to him, even if he doesn’t know this at the time. The book is about Henry and his wife Clare who, to him, he met when he was 28 and she was 20. To her, they met when she was 6.

I read this book about four years ago and I loved it. I don’t typically read books that would be considered a love story, but this is one with a twist. It was a unique, sweet story that kept me reading. The story alternates between Henry and Clare’s points of view and you get to really know how multiple characters truly feel and think.

I am sad that I don’t remember it as clearly now as I would like. I think I am going to read it again, which isn’t something that I do very often, if ever. I highly recommend the Time Traveler’s Wife if you like books with twists and turns, which I do.

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jennifer zuna December 6, 2012 - 10:24 am

Ive heard a lot about this one…ill have to check it out =]

Marianela Aybar. December 5, 2012 - 9:32 pm

I love this story too. But I must be confused. I thought they already made a movie of this. It’s the one with Rachel McAdams and Eric Bana wasn’t it? I still haven’t watched it but its on my list.

Regan December 5, 2012 - 10:05 pm

You know, it’s very possible that it’s already out. I’m pretty out of touch with the movies these days *blush*. I’d think that I would have noticed this one but it’s very possible that I didn’t!

Marianela Aybar. December 5, 2012 - 10:19 pm

Ha ha! I think it is because I put it on my Netflix queue so I could watch it. I still haven’t, lol. But now it would be interesting to see how it compared to the book