Julio has moved from Corpus Cristi to Cincinnati and he is angry about it. Even though the ending isn't like the original play, I'm glad it ended they way it did. Well, in this book called Romiette and Julio, by Shron M. At the very end, the two warring families, the Montagues and Capulets, join together in peace to mourn the deaths of their young and beloved Romeo and Juliet. Julio was force to attend a local high school which he thinks that his life couldn't getting any worse than that when he was already targeted by the gangs on the first day of school. His hazel eyes rimmed by elegantly by his long, dark eye lashes. First, there's the weirdness of the characters existing in a world in which everyone is familiar with Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, and yet, no one seems to notice the insane number of coincidences between the character's names and the general plot of the story until the book is well underway; and then, they only comment on the main characters' relationship and the semi-similarity of the conflict; and yet, despite most of the characters acknowledging that they've read Shakespeare's version of the story, and one very smart character claiming to have read it multiple times, none of them seem to notice the similarity of other characters' names and positions within the story.
Also, there's too much dialogue and no description in this book. Reading this book as a college student, I thought the romance was a little cheesy, however it stayed very true to what most high school relationships consists of. The gang violence is also laughable. Romiette and Julio by Sharon M. Receive a Push Notification when someone writes you a message.
Julio, an angry 16 year old that recently moved from Corpus Cristi, Texas is forced to attend a local high school which he hates a lot were Romiette goes to school. Strengths including reviews and awards : The characters are updated but still remain true to the Shakespeare version. Overall, the book was a horrible depiction of what life is like in an inner city high school and the relationships between teens, and teens and their parents. Juliet faked her death to avoid having to marry Paris. Their unfortunate deaths put an end to their parents' feud. They soon grow close, Kiara is heartbroken and they face many challenges and opposition in their journey through life. However, the plan goes wrong and Romiette and Julio are kidnapped by the Devildogs.
They are found and alive and the Devildogs are punished for what they did. This book is a pretty cute adaptation of the classic Shakespearean play Romeo and Juliet. Their best friends are also a nice addit This book is a pretty cute adaptation of the classic Shakespearean play Romeo and Juliet. If you liked the Shakespere version you will loveeee this one! The plot updates the family feud between the Capulets and Montagues to reflect modern racial tensions between African-Americans and Hispanics in the United States. And with over 1300 modules with businesses like bars, cafes, restaurants and a variety of fashion stores, electronics and jewelry is 365 days a year welcoming resident and hundreds of thousands of tourists from countries around the world who choose Playa del Ingles and Maspalomas as a holiday destination. In the end, Romiette and Julio are found and the gang is exposed. I actually found myself groaning at the final lines of the book because the dialogue was that painful.
Julio Montague- a modern day Romeo. The Devildogs target the couple because of their interracial friendship. Will these star-cross lovers survive or will they end up like Shakespeare's star-cross lovers? You want him to do very naughty things to you! I did not like this book and I suggest for other people to read the actual play rather than this terrible piece others would This book was probably the most terrible book I have ever read. Draper, is about a teenager named Julio who moves to Cincinatti, and a girl Romiette who is scared of drowning in water, and of fire. No, my problem came in the dialogue and the characters.
Romiette and Julio turn out to be stranded at the bottom of a boat in London Woods Lake. In the end, Romiette and Julio come out alive, with a stronger relationship and with hope for a more peaceful environment. Unlike other teenagers Romeitte is very satisfy with her own life except there is one thing that trouble her the most. His parents forced him to move because of the increase gang activity in Texas. For one thing, almost the entire book is dialogue. Romiette has a nightmare about fire and water and hears this strange voice of a person right before meeting julio for the first time.
Secretly they get married and things go down hill from there. Am I going to tell Racism, gangs, humor, true love. Draper Publisher Simon Pulse Year 1999 of pages 320 Genre Fiction Reading level 13-15 Interest level 13-15 Potential hot lava: Gangs, kidnapping, guns never fired , racial prejudice, gang violence. Then Julio starts liking Romiette and she starts liking him too. Then they were able to untie themselves, when suddenly a lightning hit their boat and it caught on fire.
I hated the way Romiette depend on Julio for everything. That's when I realize what he was smiling about. When Julio finds her floating face down, he pulls her to land and finds she is not breathing. Like in the actual book when Romeo and Juliet try to escape in this book they try and do the same thing. And, truth be told, this book reminds me a bit of the monster movies I loved as a kid: the bad parts are sort of entertaining in their badness, and the good parts are just frequent enough to make it worth sitting through - once.
For example, as Rommiete and Julio starting talking a lot at lunch, but they soon find out that not everyone likes them begin together. No downloads necessary, just activate it below. Please use the follow button to get notification about the latest chapter next time when you visit MangaSim. It is very sexist e. If only love were that easy! This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.