Maybe it's not the genius prose, but it's definitely entertaining to read while on a train or bus. I received three new books for my birthday and I am already through number one! Sunday's at Tiffany'swas definitely a bit odd in plot line, with a young girl falling in love with her imaginary friend 23 years after he had to leave here. (Duh all imaginary friends leave you after your 9th birthday, you didn't know that??) Okay, so you think I'm kind of crazy, but there is something cozy about reading books that incorporate cities you're familiar with, and obviously you can deduce from the title where this one takes place. It's almost like watching bad t.v, you know it's not good for you, and it's not quite up to par, but somehow you can't help yourself from becoming addicted. What guilty pleasure books have you read recently?