The Juliet Club

The Juliet Club Italy Shakespeare but no romance Kate Sanderson inherited her good sense from her mother, a disciplined law professor, and her admiration for the Bard from her father, a passionate Shakespeare scholar When she gets dumped, out of the blue, for the Practically Perfect Ashley Lawson, she vows never to fall in love again From now on she will control her own destiny, and every decision she makes will be highly reasoned and rational She thinks Shakespeare would have approved.So when she is accepted to a summer Shakespeare symposium in Verona, Italy, Kate sees it as the ideal way to get over her heartbreak once and for all She ll lose herself in her studies, explore ancient architecture, and eat plenty of pasta and gelato Plus, she ll be getting college credit for it another goal accomplished But can even completely logical Kate resist the romance of living in a beautiful villa in the city where those star crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet met and died for each other Especially when the other Shakespeare Scholars in particular Giacomo, with his tousled brown hair, expressive dark eyes, and charming ways try hard to break her protective shell In fair Verona, where we lay our scene. Best Download [ The Juliet Club ] Author [ Suzanne Harper ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Suzanne Harper has published two young adult novels, The Secret Life of Sparrow Delaney and The Juliet Club She is currently working on a third young adult novel and a middle grade series She has also written three original novels based on the Hannah Montana TV series Rock the Waves, In the Loop, and Swept Up and a number of novels under the pen name N B Grace based on High School Musical Suzanne Harper has published two young adult novels, The Secret Life of Sparrow Delaney and The Juliet Club She is currently working on a third young adult novel and a middle grade series She has also written three original novels based on the Hannah Montana TV series Rock the Waves, In the Loop, and Swept Up and a number of novels under the pen name N B Grace based on High School Musical Her nonfiction books include Boitano s Edge Inside the Real World of Figure Skating with Olympic gold medalist Brian Boitano , The Real Spy s Guide to Becoming a Spy with Peter Earnest, executive director of the International Spy Museum , Terrorists, Tornados,and Tsunamis How to Prepare for Life s Danger Zones with Lt Col John C Orndorff , and Hands On 33 More Things Every Girl Should Know Skills for Living Your Life from 33 Extraordinary Women She earned bachelor s degrees in journalism and English from the University of Texas Austin and a master s degree in creative writing from the University of Southern California She now lives in New York City

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  • Hardcover
  • 402 pages
  • The Juliet Club
  • Suzanne Harper
  • English
  • 04 January 2018
  • 0061366919

10 thoughts on “The Juliet Club

  1. says:

    One of the worst YA books I have ever read It was full of tired sexist cliches and the plot was pathetically unrealistic Winners of a Shakespearean essay contest win a trip to Italy where they are forced to answer lame advice column letters Wtf There is nothing realistic about that I really struggled to give a shit about any of these characters, because they remained bland and one sided throughout the entire book In fact, I struggled to keep my interest through the whole middle when nothin One of the worst YA books I have ever read It was full of tired sexist cliches and the plot was pathetically unrealistic Winners of a Shakespearean essay contest win a trip to Italy where they are forced to answer lame advice column letters Wtf There is nothing realistic about that I really struggled to give a shit about any of these characters, because they remained bland and one sided throughout the entire book In fact, I struggled to keep my interest through the whole middle when nothing seemed to be happening and when the romantic drama among the characters was dull and stilted The plot was so thin and the advice column letters that conveniently taught characters very important lessons about their own lives were terrible The Shakespeare references and plot copies were incongruous with the terrible writing.This book also takes all the horrid and offensive cliches that we have come to expect from bad romantic comedy films and repackages them for the teen set The la...

  2. says:

    Harmless fluff Comedy of manners ish teenage romance in Italy, with Romeo and Juliet as an excuse For teen girls only Kate wins an essay contest to attend a Shakespeare class in Verona, Italy, to the delight of her Shakespeare scholar father Her friends are delighted, too, and hope that this will be the cure for Kate s romantic slump But Kate, having been disillusioned in love by her cool, yet nerdy ex boyfriend, is determined never to fall for the trap of love again She is determined to r Harmless fluff Comedy of manners ish teenage romance in Italy, with Romeo and Juliet as an excuse For teen girls only Kate wins an essay contest to attend a Shakespeare class in Verona, Italy, to the delight of her Shakespeare scholar father Her friends are delighted, too, and hope that this will be the cure for Kate s romantic slump But Kate, having been disillusioned in love by her cool, yet nerdy ex boyfriend, is determined never to fall for the trap of love again She is determined to remain rational and logical, and remain unmoved by the handsome Giacomo, the cute Italian guy she first sees at Juliet s House in Verona.But Giacomo is attending the Shakespeare class, too He and Kate are thrown together both by circumstance, and by the machinations of the other students, who plot to make the pair fall in lov...

  3. says:

    I just read this book,and Suzanne Harper is a phenomenal writer in that she takes the most basic romance line forbidden star crossed lovers a stubborn girl who doesn t believe in true love,and a handsome charming boy who believes in the joy of love,and the ladies,and she runs with it changing the characteristic bore most of us get after we ve seen this theme in SO MANY B...

  4. says:

    I wavered a bit between giving 3 or 4 stars, but could change my mind again The book reminded me a bit of the movie Letters to Juliet only because the story wound up taking place entirely in Italy The premise to get to Italy, a well written essay in a contest that happened to be a trip to Italy to participat...

  5. says:

    You win a Shakespeare essay contest in high school The prize A month long summer trip to Verona, Italy, to study Romeo and Juliet But under the sporadic direction of Professoressa Francesca Marchese, this is no ordinary seminar spent annotating and dissecting Shakespearean text, to which Kate Sanderson is accustomed Instead, the six teen winners 3 American and 3 Italian are tasked with answering letters written to Juliet and sent to The Juliet Club a club in Verona that receives and respo You win a Shakespeare essay contest in high school The prize A month long summer trip to Verona, Italy, to study Romeo and Juliet But under the sporadic direction of Professoressa Francesca Marchese, this is no ordinary seminar spent annotating and dissecting Shakespearean text, to which Kate Sanderson is accustomed Instead, the six teen winners 3 American and 3 Italian are tasked with answering letters written to Juliet and sent to The Juliet Club a club in Verona that receives and responds to contemporary letters That means offering advice on matters of the heart, and they re supposed to work together Which means Kate has to work with Giacamo, whom she can t stand, or can she After all, she s sworn off love after being dumped by her first, and she proclaims, last, love interest for a long ti...

  6. says:

    ItalyShakespearebut no romance Kate Sanderson inherited her good sense from her mother, a disciplined law professor, and her admiration for the Bard from her father, a passionate Shakespeare scholar When she gets dumped, out of the blue, for the Practically Perfect Ashley Lawson, she vows never to fall in love again From now on she will control her own destiny, and every decision she makes will be highly reasoned and rational She thinks Shakespeare would have approved.So when sh ItalyShakespearebut no romance Kate Sanderson inherited her good sense from her mother, a disciplined law professor, and her admiration for the Bard from her father, a passionate Shakespeare scholar When she gets dumped, out of the blue, for the Practically Perfect Ashley Lawson, she vows never to fall in love again From ...

  7. says:

    In order to take a break from reading nonfiction on Stalin s GULAGs, a friend loaned me a copy of the young adult novel, Juliet s Club It s a fun summer read, but it s not complete fluff It s fluff for young teens with a passion for the Bard.The book follows the serious, bookish American teen, Kate, as she spends a few weeks in Verona, attending a seminar on Romeo and Juliet She forms frienships with two other Americans and three teens who are from Verona The book s chapters are organized in In order to take a break from reading nonfiction on Stalin s GULAGs, a friend loaned me a copy of the young adult novel, Juliet s Club It s a fun summer read, but it s not complete fluff It s fluff for young teens with a passion for the Bard.The book follows the serious, bookish American teen, Kate, as she spends a few weeks in Verona, attending a seminar on Romeo and Juliet She forms frienships with two other Americans and three teens who are from Verona The book s chapters are organized into scenes from five acts But that s not the only influence from Shakespeare We get plot points from some of his plays including Taming of the Shrew, Much Ado about Nothing, and Midsummer s Night Dream But we also get some direct quoting of play lines and sonnets Readers either need to have background in Shakespeare or a great curiosity for the topic or they ll find these literary rich passages distracting from the teenage romances struggling to bloom...

  8. says:

    In the honor of full disclosure, I DNF d this book at page 217 That sthan half way through so I d say that I gave it a fair shot.I wasn t into the story line and I REALLY wasn t into the characters In this book, a handful of teenagers win a trip to Verona, Italy after entering into a Shakespeare essay contest During their trip, they need to complete a four week seminar on Romeo and Juliet BUT, instead of actually studying the text, their entire seminar is based around answering letters In the honor of full disclosure, I DNF d this book at page 217 That sthan half way through so I d say that I gave it a fair shot.I wasn t into the story line and I REALLY wasn t into the characters In this book, a handful of teenagers win a trip to Verona, Italy after entering into a Shakespeare essay contest During their trip,...

  9. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Completely and utterly perfect in every way I really loved how the author incorporated Romeo and Juliet into the story, and how she talked about the Juliet Club I thought it was quite interesting on how many people wrote to Juliet for advice on romance I loved how the characters grew from the beginning to how they ended up I mean Giacomo was cocky and a little self absorbed, but as the story progressed he turned into a guy who is caring and true I loved Kate I loved how she was annoyed b Completely and utterly perfect in every way I really loved how the author incorporated Romeo and Juliet into the story, and how she talked about the Juliet Club I thought it was quite interesting on how many people wrote to Juliet for advice on romance I loved how the characters grew from the beginning to how they ended up I mean Giacomo was cocky and a little self absorbed, but as the story progressed he turned into a guy who is caring and true I loved Kate I loved how she was annoyed by everyone but then grew to sort of accept people as not completely annoying I wept with joy when Kate and Giacomo s plan of them faking being in love turned into them really being in love I simply loved it I thought the ending was perfect, I don t think it gets much better than all the characters living h...

  10. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I loved it.These elements made it all theenjoyable 1 Complicated love polygon Giacomo loves Kate, who also loves him back Lucy also had a mini crush on Giacomo, although in the end she ended up with Benno Benno has a crush on Lucy, but he thinks she is in love with Tom Tom is in love with Silvia, who seems to have a history with Giacomo although Tom and Silvia are together in the end.2 The letter element writing letters of advice that actually helped the protagonists in the end.3 I loved it.These elements made it all theenjoyable 1 Complicated love polygon Giacomo loves Kate, who also loves him back Lucy also had a mini crush on Giacomo, although in the end she ended up with Benno Benno has a crush on Lucy, but he thinks she is in love with Tom Tom is in love with Silvia, who seems to have a history with Giacomo although ...

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