I finished reading this book on the way to Chicago, where a lot of the story takes place. It’s really one of the best books I’ve read in the last decade. The story of The Time Traveler’s Wife is emotionally charged and you would have to be made of stone to not cry while reading this thing.
Walking the streets of Chicago was pretty spooky after this read, and even if I didn’t get to go into the Newberry Library and see the book bound in human skin, it was still a little bit odd to walk past those places that were significant in the book. This gets multiple thumbs up.