Birth date: August 22, 1971
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I enjoyed this book. I expected a rehashing of Shakespeare play in novel form. That is not what I got. This is richer and fuller giving not only Romeo and Juliet's story but more background into their families' feud. There is more about Paris here. Juliet is a strong woman. Romeo is more dreamer tha...
Classic love poems you read in high school from Barrett-Browning, Browning, Poe, Emerson, Marlowe, Shakespeare, and others beautifully read by Richard Armitage. I enjoyed hearing the poems read aloud. I remembered them all from school.
I'd only intended to listen to a couple of hours tonight, and then finish it tomorrow evening, but, obviously that didn't happen. And this is the point where I state that while this book is very good on its own, Richard Armitage's excellent narration makes it all the better.
Well, the third week really hit my bingo experience out of the ballpark this year -- and not only because it finished with my first completed bingo; that was actually just the icing on the cake. But it included no less than three absolutely knock-out fabulous books, plus a fourth that was almost as...
This one...got to me. It had a very heart breaking ending. And the thing is, I'd totally worked out what most of the shocking twists were going to be, and when it ended in pretty much the only way it could have, I still felt sucker punched. I know I'm being pretty vague, but I don't think I can de...