Between You & Me
Publish date: 2012-10-25
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
When I read that Between You & Me by Marisa Calin was written in a screenplay format I was equal parts intrigued and horrified. Once upon a time I was a cinematography major, so I’m well aware that screenplays are meant to be adapted, not read as a novel. Then I started reading the book and was equa...
I finished Between You & Me with a bad taste in my mouth. Now all I can wonder is how could I have been so wrong? The short of it is that Between You & Me was incredibly disappointing.Let's start with what positives there were. Between You & Me has the unique distinction of being written in script f...
Calin tries an interesting approach, putting the action in screenplay format and never identifying the "You" (in this case, a long-suffering best friend who clearly has romantic feelings for "Me") as male or female. The "Me" is Phyre, a high school student with a gigantic crush on her new drama teac...
Between You & Me is different. One of the main characters don’t have a name, or recognized in a gender. It’s for the reader to decide. The style is written in a screenplay format. And for this, I craved reading the story because I adore these type of stories. Hello? I’m a Shakespeare fanatic. If som...