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Two Juliets, Both Alike in Good Characters

In Saving Juliet by Suzanne Selfors Mimi Wallingford is an actress from Manhattan playing Juliet Capulet in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet with pop sensation, Troy Summers as her Romeo. On the night of the performance the necklace filled with the ashes of Shakespeare's ...
In Saving Juliet by Suzanne Selfors Mimi Wallingford is an actress from Manhattan playing Juliet Capulet in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet with pop sensation, Troy Summers as her Romeo. On the night of the performance the necklace filled with the ashes of Shakespeare's quill pen that Mimi's wearing breaks and transports them back to Romeo and Juliet's Verona, Italy. Mimi is mistaken for being a Capulet and is whisked away to Capulet house. There she meet the Ice Queen-like Lady Capulet and the spunky Juliet. Now that she becomes friends with Juliet she wants to save her from Paris, her husband-to-be and her tragic ending. She starts falling for the hot and smooth Benvolio. Everything really picks up when Mimi finds Troy and the story unfolds very wonderfully. Troy works out a pop song with Mercutio before he fights with Tybalt, Juliet's cousin and dies. All the characters are awesome and it's great that Mimi and Troy end up together. And did anyone else notice that Lady Capulet's first name is Veroniue and Mimi's also controlling mom is named Veronica? Creepy similarity. Coincedence? Maybe, maybe not. Read Saving Juliet. It kept me laughing the entire time with Mimi's hilariously funny first-person narrative.

posted by Bookgal14 on February 22, 2009

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Why is it full of typos? Even the title is spelled wrong on the title pages.

posted by DaisyBuchanan10 on October 21, 2011

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