Publish date: January 22nd 2008
Publisher: Walker Childrens
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Time Travel
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Interesting plot (the kind I love to read) but it did not work here. Characters were boring and incredible stupid. ALL of them.
1 out of 5 Stars Mimi Wallingford is destined to be an actress…against her will. . Mimi would prefer to be a doctor, but her overbearing mother won’t hear of it. She’s stuck performing in Romeo and Juliet with teen heartthrob Troy Summers until she and Troy are magically transported to Shakespeare...
Well, it wasn't bad. But I didn't particularly like it.I guess Mimi annoyed me a bit too much. She wasn't bad. I guess. But her thought process ( Yes, I'm over dramatizing a bit) is something like this:"Oh, life sucks. I hate acting. I wanna be a doctor. But I can't stand the sight of blood. What a ...
Anyone who tries to categorize this book will be confused about which category it belongs in exclusively. This book reads like a contemporary with historical bits thrown – not to mention the slightly supernatural stuff which allows contemporary kids to land in what probably was a fictional place tha...
I'm beginning to worry every time I have to review a book which has already been reviewed by Namz - there's no way I can top her! So, go read her take on the book if you want to know about the fun plot and the charming characters - I'm going to skip the synopsis and get right ahead to my thoughts on...
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