“I won't ever leave you, even though you're always leaving me.”
Kindly move aside. I've got a huge announcement to make. Never, ever...even inadvertently...read books like this while you are supposed to be studying for your examination. Why? Well, it's because if you do, you might not have to write the exam the next day; you're either suffering from a migraine, or from throwing up your food. Now, that was the mistake I did. If you are keen to see the food which reached your stomach once again, the two ways are: travel in a bus on a road which is very bad, and read [book:The Time Traveler's Wife|18619684].
So apparently Clare and Henry are star-crossed lovers who met each other when Clare was six, and Henry, thirty-six. Next, they were married when Clare was twenty-three, and Henry, thirty-six. How queer, isn't it? Well, here's more.
Henry, apparently, is one of the first people to be diagnosed with Chrono-Displacement Disorder, a disorder which reels him back or forth through time, and he finds- or let's see, we find him in random places without out his clothes on. He cannot control it, and hence, his disappearances are unpredictable, however, not spasmodic.
As if one dose of this monotonous, ersatz case isn't enough, it further contains this: they have a baby named Alba- after about 6 miscarriages, and she is gifted with Henry's unique abilities and Clare's "beauty" *cough cough*.
Honestly, I'd definitely not recommend reading this eccentric love story.