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FREE READER ´ DOC The Time Traveler's Wife ´ ´ EYLTRANSFERSERVICES ´ [Ebook] ➠ The Time Traveler's Wife By Audrey Niffenegger – Eyltransferservices.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? HigX 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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Ing 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 am conflicted about this book Do not let my 4 stars fool you they are an emotional ratingI'll start with the things I really liked about itLoved all the foreshadowing The knowing something was going to happen and maybe even a little bit of what it was but never knowing or understanding fully until both characters had experienced the moment And then all the foreshadowing of the tragic end Once I started putting the puzzle together I really couldn't put it down And I had several moments where I couldn't control the tears even long before the tragedy happens because the foreshadowing was that emotionally chargedI felt that the way the author set it up was ingenious While you are reading along in a fairly chronological timeline it is interspersed with moments of past and future as Henry travels through time At first it felt very disjunct but by the end I really loved the way it mirrored how Henry and Clare must feel as they lived their life in such a non chronological manner Especially HenryThe love story was indeed epic I bawled like a baby at the end it was so tragic to me And sweet at the same time The way that the author addressed themes of love fate destiny personal choice and of course time was mind blowing at times as all time travel issues are to me but very cool to see how it all intertwined I liked how she dealt with the whole time travel issue in that Henry could never actually change anything in the future Everything already happened whether in the past or the future because for Henry his future is his past and his past is his future I told you it was a bit mind blowing But yeah the love story was rivetingThings I didn't like so muchThe absolutely uneccesary detail of the mundane I felt the author spent too much time describing grocery lists literally of things and music and whatever when she could have been examining the thoughts and feelings of the characters It took me 3 weeks to read this book and not because it was long I didn't have any problem ignoring it for days at a time because of the tedious reading at times Nothing in the writing made me want to keep reading until the last half of the book which I did read much uicklyThe language F word on nearly every page Two sitings of the C word Totally unnecessary The love scenes were often a bit graphic and there were so many of them Because of this I started feeling that the love was based in sex than anything and I would have like the author to explore some of the deep feelings that did show up when Henry and Clare weren't in bed Again unnecessary reallySometimes I got confused and experienced deja vu Knowing it was because one of the characters had already mentioned a certain event and I would often have to go through the book and find the previous mention so I could have full understandingMostly though it was a very cool book And very emotionalat least for me It really spoke to something in me about relationships and choices and destiny not that I totally believe in destiny but you knowp

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The Time Traveler's WifeA 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