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EPUB ´ MOBI The Time Traveler's Wife ó Ã ❤ [KINDLE] ❃ The Time Traveler's Wife By Audrey Niffenegger ➣ – Gwairsoft.co.uk A funny often poignant tale of boy meets girl with a twist what if one of them couldn't stop slipping in and out of time? Highly original and imaginative this debut novel raises uestX and Henry was thirty six and were married when Clare was twenty three and Henry thirty one Impossible but true because Henry is one of the first people diagnosed with Chrono Displacement Disorder periodically his genetic clock resets and he finds himself misplaced in time pulled to moments of emotional gravity in his life past and future His disappearances are spontaneous his experiences unpredictable alternately harrowing and amus I've been putting off writing this review for days because I knew that this would be a struggle for me There aren't enough words in the English language that could accurately convey my feelings for The Time Traveler's Wife If you haven't read this book I urge you to do so You can expect a literary experience unlike one you've ever hadWhat did I love most about this book? The love story It was truly enchanting The two protagonists Henry and Clare were not only meant for each other but it was as if they were destined to be together They will go on to face obstacle upon obstacle but their love for one another never wanes Simply put this was a book that had that Extra Something The X factor or the IT factor if you will C'est magnifiue

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A funny often poignant tale of boy meets girl with a twist what if one of them couldn't stop slipping in and out of time? Highly original and imaginative this debut novel raises uestions about life love and the effects of time on relationshipsAudrey Niffenegger’s innovative debut The Time Traveler’s Wife is the story of Clare a beautiful art student and Henry an adventuresome librarian who have known each other since Clare was si I'm only adding this book because it annoys me that it popped up on the most popular reads People this book is terrible Do yourself a favor and pretend you'd never heard of it My short answer is that it's just no good the long version is in the following list which I call The Problems I Have With The Time Traveler's Wife1 The author is indecisive Rather than accepting that this is a science fiction novel she tries to write a social commentary romance and art and music novel all rolled into one There is so much name dropping that it's distracting—classical music entomology poetry romance languages library science the American punk scene constructivist painters you get the idea—they're all continually cropping up at the most inane times What should give us a better understanding of the characters actually paints them as shells of people identified only by superficialities There is one completely pointless mention of a Moholy Nagy poster that really annoyed me I had five years of design school and while I know who Laszlo Moholy Nagy is and how to correctly pronounce his name I couldn't pick one of his paintings out of a lineup of his contemporaries so I didn't even buy that this dude who has spent half of his life in limbo was some kind of expert2 The title character's entire life and family are so difficult to relate to that I immediately hated her She grew up in a house that has books written about it irritating architecture reference and everyone must dress for dinner at her parents' house as if this were a Brontë novel3 Her family employ five black servants In a Christmas scene for which the servants are unchained from the stove and allowed into the dining room the cook actually toasts to Miz AbshireThis book was written in 2004 How can the Mammy have any place here? She isn't even the only racially stereotyped character in this book The traveler's childhood downstairs neighbor a grandmotherly woman he refers to as Kimmy speaks in a broken English which could have been stolen directly from a hateful gold rush era cartoon4 The book skips back and forth between the point of view of the title character and the time traveler himself but there is absolutely no difference in their voices I think I actually got confused a few times about who was speaking 5 The phrase “she was pale under her makeup” was used three times6 The chapters dealing with infertility were completely unoriginal boring and emotionally flat7 Not only are conversations unnecessarily long but they are often followed by page after page of internal dialogue as the characters rehash and analyze every point of said conversationSorry this was so long but this might be the worst book I've ever read and I'm really confused by all the good reviews

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The Time Traveler's WifeIng The Time Traveler’s Wife depicts the effects of time travel on Henry and Clare’s marriage and their passionate love for each other as the story unfolds from both points of view Clare and Henry attempt to live normal lives pursuing familiar goals steady jobs good friends children of their own All of this is threatened by something they can neither prevent nor control making their story intensely moving and entirely unforgettab i hate reading books that everyone keeps bothering me to read first there are the gushing reviews from the media complete with intelligent sound clips it's so awesome so titillating the way the author captures that thing where the girl says that stuff and then they go to that cool place you know? even oprah says so and then there are the crowds of friends who carry around their freshly bought it book ok i'm bitter i can't afford to buy new books who can't wait to share their newfound genius at having read said new it book they want to tell you ooh but erin hasn't read it yet has she? ugh well we'll just have to discuss later then SIGH have you read it yet? have you read it yet? have you read it yet? have you OWOW being the moment i use aforementioned freshly purchased it book to smack someone over the head thus ending my brief first and last encounter with said book forever unless it wins a nobel prize and i'm reuired to read it for sake of my intelligence which has NEVER HAPPENEDspoiler alert HOWEVER sorry this all caps thing is growing on mehowever a used copy of the time travelers wife was the biggest book i could find in the bargin bin before i boarded my 5 hour flight back to the east coast this holiday season and therefore i found myself starting a novel that's been beaten over my head by all my bffs since it came out and let me tell you small cabin space and an a measly in flight movie selection of the game plan and george lopez's shitty sitcom whatever it's called were the only things keeping me from dropping my interest throughout the first couple of chapters i wanted to like these characters because i like time travel and anyone who gets to try it out should definitely also be cool but i kept wondering when does it get good? when does it get good? when does it get and i'm not sure when it happened but suddenly it got GOOD i mean really good it wasn't really enough for me just wondering when claire and henry would get together because to be honest i wasn't that invested in their characters i can't explain this because i can't pinpoint the reason the uality of writing was decent i can find no specific thread to rant on about the characters not being developed there was just no hook after the first tiny intro at the very very beginning i kept waiting for that sense of urgency to come back and then it did suddenly beautifully there was so much for them to live for and as soon as i got that lovely dreadful inkling that henry was going to die of COURSE he has to die shut up i didn't spoil anything this is a love story then i couldn't get enough i think the build up of flash backs helped incredibly in this as well because after i had gained this huge database of memories i was inexplicably and wonderfully tied up in the drama of their stories it was a slow eventual build but the payoff was WELL there's that caps button again god it's fun worth it which let me tell you almost never happens in these cases unless you write a million little pieces and oprah shoves her big foot in her mouth and people like me get to watch the spectle on cnn between episodes of arrested developement lovely ps in a random non funny tangent i would also like to briefly comment on the fact that she wouldn't give up having her all important baby wow annoying i felt just as tired as henry give it up woman you're wasting precious time with him and exhausting everybody on your insane uest don't get me wrong i felt really bad for her during the first part but SIX miscarriages? i know there's an element like who could handle that much sadness but i got to thinking who could bring that much death on themselves? where is the point where you say it's not going to work and i'll accept that? i was frustrated because i felt like she was spending what little time she had with henry making him worried about everything when they could have just been living theredoneDONEwooooooo