E–pub/E–book (The Juliet Spell)


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  1. says: E–pub/E–book (The Juliet Spell) Douglas Rees ☆ 8 Read & download

    Review Í eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Douglas Rees E–pub/E–book (The Juliet Spell) I only participated one play in my whole life I mean bigger play and that was Romeo and Juliet This overrated masterpiece of the greatest poet

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    E–pub/E–book (The Juliet Spell) 2755Not a retelling thank gosh

  3. says: Douglas Rees ☆ 8 Read & download E–pub/E–book (The Juliet Spell)

    E–pub/E–book (The Juliet Spell) I was kind of hesitant in reading this book because of the last book I read about Romeo and Juliet They were trying to kill each other which wa

  4. says: E–pub/E–book (The Juliet Spell) Review Í eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Douglas Rees

    Douglas Rees ☆ 8 Read & download Review Í eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Douglas Rees E–pub/E–book (The Juliet Spell) I didn't like The Juliet SpellLACKING The Juliet Spell could’ve been good Sadly after a funny and enjoyable start the cracks started to appear Douglas Rees lost his grip on me when Edmund acted out like a modern day hormone driven teenage boy instead of a gentleman from Elizabethan times I was annoyed with Miranda over her falling in love with Edmund a day after she ‘magicked’ him into her present time C’mon man That fast? Mirand

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    Read The Juliet Spell E–pub/E–book (The Juliet Spell) It started out very funnybut when Miranda met Edmund the combo of them was sooo darn hilarious and I just can't stop laughing my sister thought I went nuts The story was real goodthe flow and pace went just right Every character had their own uniueness and wellcharacter They owned theirselves The descriptions were well d

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    Douglas Rees ☆ 8 Read & download E–pub/E–book (The Juliet Spell) What a fun and original story I love when an author weaves historical elements into a YA story without making it overly stuffy The voice in this book jumps off the page and not to get too technical but I LOVED the writer's sentence structure Three chapters into reading TJS I actually emailed Rees to ask for tips on how to make every word count like he does so well For a great story and a good way to improve your craft

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    E–pub/E–book (The Juliet Spell) Review Í eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Douglas Rees Read The Juliet Spell Fun spunky and so cute Any fan of Shakespeare a touch of magic and friendship should get a kick out of this spin Very sweet

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    E–pub/E–book (The Juliet Spell) More of the Review Miranda wanted was to be cast as Juliet So after tryouts just to be sure that she would get the part in the famous Romeo and Juliet play she did a little spell The spell was supposed to be a harmless It was supposed to get Miri the role of Juliet It was not supposed bring William Shakespeare's younger brother Edmund back from the past But it did Now Edmund is stuck in a future with weird contraptions like the ca

  9. says: Douglas Rees ☆ 8 Read & download Review Í eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Douglas Rees Read The Juliet Spell

    E–pub/E–book (The Juliet Spell) Originally posted at Fragments of LifeWhen I first started The Juliet Spell I didn’t know what to expect But I was glad

  10. says: Read The Juliet Spell Douglas Rees ☆ 8 Read & download Review Í eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Douglas Rees

    E–pub/E–book (The Juliet Spell) FOR MORE BOOK REVIEWS PLEASE VISIT MY BOOK BLOG AT wwwreadingtsinoyblogspotcomTHANKS AND HAPPY READINGRomeo Romeo wherefore art thou Romeo?Is Perhaps the most famous line from William Shakespeare’s Tragedy ROMEO JULIET The play itself is one that everyone seems to know most Well the story is given a new spin here in the Juliet SpellMiranda Hoberman is desperate to play Juliet in their town’s upcoming production of

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The Juliet Spell Read & download í eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Review Í eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Douglas Rees Douglas Rees ☆ 8 Read & download E since there aren't any Success in Getting to Be Juliet in Your High School Play spells I thought I'd cast the next best a Fame spell Good idea rightYeah Instead of bringing me a little fame it brought me someone a little famous Shakespeare Well Edmund Shakespeare W. I didn t like The Juliet SpellLACKING The Juliet Spell could ve been good Sadly after a funny and enjoyable start the cracks started to appear Douglas Rees lost his grip on me when Edmund acted out like a modern day hormone driven teenage boy instead of a gentleman from Elizabethan times I was annoyed with Miranda over her falling in love with Edmund a day after she magicked him into her present time C mon man That fast Miranda who desperately wanted to be Juliet in her school s play got than she bargained for She only wanted to be Juliet when she conjured the spell Instead Edmund turned up Miranda is pitiful watching Edmund play Romeo both in the stage and in real life What I don t understand is how she acted like she has any claim on him on such a short time they ve been together I don t like Edmund immature and child like If there s anything I d like from the characters it s Drew He s smart loyal and very talented The Juliet Spell took me behind the curtain of theatre be it a school play only The time travel of Edmund wasn t much of a thrill for me I was lost on the neutral space theory I did not see that twist coming but it does little to excite the conflict Well I liked the ending not entirely sad but hopeful The Juliet Spell is just a so so read for me

Review Í eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Douglas ReesThe Juliet Spell

The Juliet Spell Read & download í eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Review Í eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Douglas Rees Douglas Rees ☆ 8 Read & download Illiam's younger brotherGood thing he's sweet and enthusiastic about helping me with the playand ahem maybe a little bit hot But he's from the past Way past Cars amaze him cars And cell phones UghStill there's something about him that's making my eyes go star crosse. More of the Review Miranda wanted was to be cast as Juliet So after tryouts just to be sure that she would get the part in the famous Romeo and Juliet play she did a little spell The spell was supposed to be a harmless It was supposed to get Miri the role of Juliet It was not supposed bring William Shakespeare s younger brother Edmund back from the past But it did Now Edmund is stuck in a future with weird contraptions like the car TV and cellphoneyes these things amaze him which I find pretty hilariousBut since he s here Miri decides he might as well help her out with the play right Who better to coach her on the play than the own Shakespeare himself Err his brother I meanI really enjoyed reading this book I thought it was very cute in a way Edmund trying to adjust to the 21st century was very entertaining and I have to say uite funny I m not sure how to describe this storyI m used to reading darker books with uh sinistersuspenseful plots At first I thought it would be a light readand it was compared to other books I ve read But it was also profound than I thought it would be It wasn t just about a stupid girl casting a spell which brings back Shakespeare s younger brother who she falls head over heels forWell okay it mostly was about that But there was to the storyThe characters I thought were interesting I was kinda left wondering if Miri had any friends at all The only people she talked to were 2 guys cast for the play that she never talked to before the actual playThere was also one little thing that bothered me So Miri s mom is a nurse and one day when she came home from work and told Miri that the patient she helped operate on was someone she knewthen she told Miri who it was This was going through my mind when she said that OMG she didn t just say the patients name HIPPA Patient s confidentiality Miri would ve found out anyway you didn t have to tell her Why am I overreacting Well I m going into nursing so I know a bit about the medical field And a super important thing they drill into your head when you first start is about patient privacy and confidentiality which means that you CANNOT disclose patient information to ANYONE I haven t gotten into nursing school yet but my aunt is an RN She told me one time that she saw someone she knew where she worked This person greeted my aunt and told her to say hi to my aunt s mother or something The thing is because of HIPPA she couldn t do that Much less tell someone who they operated onOkay enough of my little rant lolFor someone who doesn t really like to read standalone novels I actually found myself really liking this one I would totally recommend it

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The Juliet Spell Read & download í eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Review Í eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Douglas Rees Douglas Rees ☆ 8 Read & download I wanted the role of Juliet than anything I studied hard I gave a great reading for it even with Bobby checking me out the whole time I deserved the partI didn't get it So I decided to level the playing field though I actually might have leveled the whole play You se. 2755Not a retelling thank gosh Cute Right now though two things are clear it was sometimes improbable but mostly sweetThat it involved magic spells was not what rang unlikely to me That it involved a time travelling English man boy was not a big deal either I came into Juliet Spell knowing these two things Rather it was the characters reactions that confounded me Everyone was so OK with how things unfolded On a side note I found the weeping that took place uite novel if a little annoying Now to the reactions Drew s and Miri s mother reacted very surprisingly both simply went with the flow Another improbable was the forgiving nature of both mother and daughter While the characters aren t the best of what I ve read of late they are different cute and entertaining in their own right Our Juliet is Miri she s a take charge kind of girl but sometimes came off as a lot of the time clueless Sometimes I liked her other times I wanted her to open her eyes One moment she s focused the next she s so desperate to get the boy to like her But at least she had a good relationhip with her mother And speaking of her mother was so easy going too easy going in fact that I found her a tad unrealistic JulietMiri s Romeo is a time travelling Englishman an unintentional one of course was hilarious and annoying and cute and not as simple as I originally thought As to the rest of the players some were developed others were just extra The one who stands out though is Drew what a handy guy to have around His explantion of the how behind the time traveling was long winded and confusing but entertaining to hear It s obvious where the story was headed once he started showing up and that this was not obvious to Miri herself is another one of those improbablesBut if the characters were OK with how things were then so be it I am too Why It s simply not meant to be taken too seriously it s a simply a sweet love story view spoilerwith highly improbable elements hide spoiler

  • Paperback
  • 272
  • The Juliet Spell
  • Douglas Rees
  • English
  • 23 June 2018
  • 9780373210398