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Tempestuous: A Modern-Day Spin on Shakespeare's The Tempest - Community Reviews back

by Kim Askew, Amy Helmes
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Twirling Book Princess
Twirling Book Princess rated it 7 years ago
Short Review: Let's just say, the first part was awesome, the second part was absolutely horrendous and boring.I loved the idea: kids stranded in a mall? With a snowstorm going on? Wow, awesome. Can't wait to see how that develops.Instead, we get teen drama, breaking a mall (yes they do considerable...
QuiReads rated it 7 years ago
Tempestuous is about a girl named Miranda who works at mall food court selling hot dogs. She is in this position due to her being caught in a SAT school scam and has to pay all the damage she has done. One day she, her coworkers, other mall employees, and some mall customers get snowed in and is tr...
Scott Reads It!
Scott Reads It! rated it 8 years ago
Check out Scott Reads It! for reviews, giveaways & more!Thank you to Merit Press for providing me with an ARC of this book in exchange for a honest review. Tempestuous is a modern contemporary retelling of Tempest by William Shakespeare. I really appreciate how ambitious of a project t...
Jessica (HDB)
Jessica (HDB) rated it 8 years ago
Miranda Prospero was high school royalty. Dating the most popular boy in school, complete with her own clique, and ready to take on the world. Then it all came crashing down when a cheating scam rocked her world. Forced to take a menial job to make up the money, Miranda has fallen from her perch. Ca...
Reflections rated it 8 years ago
This book takes its inspiration from Shakespeare's The Tempest, but instead of a storm trapping the characters on an island, a blizzard traps teenager workers and shoppers overnight in a mall leading to all kinds of craziness. One of the trapped teens, Miranda Prospero, has always had a knack for b...
xxsquigglesxx rated it 8 years ago
OVERALL IMPRESSION: This was a really cute and sweet story with a little adventure and mystery thrown in. There's not a whole lot to say about it. I enjoyed reading it, and was entertained throughout the entire story. Unfortunately, I haven't ever read Shakespeare's "The Tempest" so I can't compare ...
Kitkats Can Read
Kitkats Can Read rated it 8 years ago
I thought the storyline was OK. I was confused a lot of the time. I couldn't keep up with all the characters. The ending was sweet, and I liked the relationship between Miranda and Caleb.Full review: http://kitkat1242.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/review-tempestuous-by-kim-askew-amy.html
NuzSayItwithBooks rated it 8 years ago
3.5 StarsBefore reading Tempestuous I had no idea what Shakespeare's Tempest was about.So before reading Tempestuous I looked up the Tempest and here's a short summary that might give you an idea of what it is about.Tempestuous was a quick and light read-It wasn't the kind of book that I usually re...
Suzanne Reads
Suzanne Reads rated it 8 years ago
This was cute, but a little like candy. Sweet, but doesn't really stick with you.A few too many flowery descriptions, and the entire premise was a little on the silly side. Hmmm, it sounds like I hated it, and I didn't -- I finished it, but I don't know that I'll go out of my way to look for further...
sabthebookeater rated it 9 years ago
This review and more at Sab The Book EaterI'm not a big Shakespeare fan because I never really took the time to understand his writing. In highschool, and even now in college, we didn't really discuss Shakespeare in depth. We were only able to discuss a few of Shakespeare's works, unfortunately The ...
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