The Juliet Club

The Juliet Club

eBook - 2008
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When high school junior Kate wins an essay contest that sends her to Verona, Italy, to study Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" over the summer, she meets both American and Italian students and learns not just about Shakespeare, but also about star-crossed lovers--and herself.
Publisher: New York : Greenwillow Books, 2008.
ISBN: 9780062215260
Branch Call Number: eBOOK OVERDRI
Characteristics: text file
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc. - Distributor

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Booklover1134
Jan 06, 2013

I really liked this book! you got to see into everyone's lives really and why they were who they were. Really good book, I loved it!!

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Greece1999
Nov 12, 2011

Great was intrested the whole way through. Never will make fun of Romeo and Juliet again.

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Isla13
Aug 18, 2011

It takes a while for the film to get started. The main character is also one that I found to be easily irritating. Over-all: great book with characters that grow with the plot :)

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laurakgrimm
Jul 24, 2011

I really liked this book, it makes you think that anything can happen, especially if you aren't expecting it. The end seemed a little rushed and left some loose ends. overall really good

S_FORBES Jun 12, 2011

I think this is a great book! I have it on hold so I can read it again and again!

ScribiraMagnus Jun 12, 2011

I loved this book! I like the perfect balance of romance, with two seemingly normal people. It really shows that romance can come to anyone. my only questions are how are they going to keep a relationship? and also, what if Kate's dad and Giacomo's mom started dating, how would that all work out? still a good book.

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sharlenegaodino
May 15, 2011

this book is really good, i would definably read it again. i also love were it takes place Italy. i coundnt stop reading this book and i kinda related to it so ya it was pretty good!

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thuang26
Dec 16, 2010

wow. I was surprised how the book developed. I thought the way the author chose the turn of events was very unique. i admit the first few chapters were kind of slow but it is something you would want to finish! :D

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ShineALight
Nov 26, 2010

I just finished reading this book, and i loved it! <3 I'll admit at first i wasn't really into it, then I read the other reviews below mine and they said it was an amazing book. So i picked it up again and i'm glad i did. I loved the relationship between Kate and Giacomo! (did you know that the name Giacomo translated from Italian to English means James? haha. I wanted to know what it sounded like in Italian so i used google translate and it also said it was James in English. Anywaaaays...) Overall i loved this book. After reading this and seeing the movie Letter's to Juliet i want to visit Verona and go to Juliet's house. :D Also, i think it's cool they give you the address to Juliet's house so you can send your love questions/worries/stories/etc to 'Juliet' :) i think im going to do that. I recommend this book to everyone! :D

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Pascale Nevins
Nov 19, 2010

awesome book! really good romance novel for teens and pre-teens.

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Jan 06, 2013

Booklover1134 thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over

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Nov 26, 2010

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ShineALight
Nov 26, 2010

Doubt thou the stars are fire, doubt that the sun doth move, doubt the truth to be a liar, but never doubt--" "Stop it!" she said. "Honestly Giacomo, do you ever just say what you mean, without quoting all the time?" "Fine," he said, his own voice rising to match hers. "You are the most maddening girl I have ever known. No" --he corrected himself--"you are the most maddening person. I'm including everyone, male and female, that I have ever met in my entire life! You're irritating and argumentative. And so, of course," he finished with irritation, "you're the one I had to fall in love with." "You...what did you say?" He glared at her. "I said i love you." (Giacomo to Kate. Page 397/398. <3)

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Pascale Nevins
Nov 19, 2010

he leaned forward slightly and held her gaze. he said softly, "and then I'll whisper something to you. an endearment of some sort."
"I don't think that's necessary..."
"the sort," he continued,"to make a girl blush."
"really?" she said coolly. "and that would be...?" in answer he leaned forward and whispered in her ear.
and Kate blushed.

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