Certainly not me. I enjoyed The Time Traveler's Wife, enough in fact to avoid tainting it by seeing the movie. And Her Fearful Symmetry was right at my level of weird; just enough to draw me in, keep me reading, and creep me out at the end, but not enough to force me to sleep with the light on. Now I have read The Night Bookmobile, which should be called "The Reader's Dream." One evening Lexi encounters the night bookmobile, or more accurately, her night bookmobile, which contains everything she has ever read. Through the years she encounters the bookmobile and its librarian, Mr. Openshaw, just when she least expects, and each time the collection has grown to include what she has read since her last visit. It is a wonderful premise. I do not want to give away the twists of the story, but for a short, graphic story it is chock full. Loved it! The whole idea of a library of just what I have read, including all the things I cannot remember having read would be a wonderful stroll through my reading life. For lifelong readers this would be a time machine. Loved it!