read this book

sunday, may 31, 1992

( clare is 21, henry is 28 )

we laugh, and laugh, and nothing can ever be sad, no one can be lost, or dead, or far away: right now we are here, and nothing can mar our perfection, or steal the joy of this perfect moment.


i was waiting to see this post 🙂

Posted by brook on 10 April 2008 @ 12pm

i’m still in awe of this book. there’s so much i could say, but i thought it best to just share a few of clare’s words. i’m looking forward to chatting about all things niffenegger this weekend 🙂

Posted by heatherdyan on 10 April 2008 @ 4pm

Do you feel the book could translate into a decent movie? It looks like one may be coming out later this year.

Posted by Colin on 15 April 2008 @ 5pm

this is a tricky book to imagine as a movie, but i remain hopeful. if nothing else, i am very pleased to know that rachael mcadams is playing the part of clare.

Posted by heatherdyan on 16 April 2008 @ 6am

i’ve been looking for something just like this to read – excellent timing.

Posted by seaswell on 16 April 2008 @ 8pm

it’s a good one, sarah. i will look forward to your review 🙂

Posted by heatherdyan on 18 April 2008 @ 1pm

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