I finished up Time Traveler's Wife yesterday.
If you don't want the ending to be spoiled stop reading here.
So I enjoyed the book immensely. I did get close to doing what Randa wanted to do- when things started looking bad, just put the book down and pretend everyone lived happily ever after. But despite the sad ending (yeah I cried a little) I think it was a good finish. I mean, there wasn't really a way to end it happily, you basically had to kill Henry off. I just wish the whole feet thing didn't happen. It was a little gross for me. I did love the daughter though. Maybe Alba can have her own book (Sequel: The Time Traveler's Chrono-Displaced Daughter). She seems like an awesome kid. The whole concept of hanging out with another of yourself seems awesome. Like if I'm a bitch, do I hate the other me because she's a bitch? Probably. I don't know. Its kind of awesome.
Also, I'm thinking about rereading Slaughter-House Five for the express purpose of comparing the theories of time travel. Plus I just really like that book. If anybody is interested, maybe we can find some other books with involuntary time travelers and we can compare all of them. Lemme know.