The plot has a lot of twists and turns and a lot of the same themes that Shakespeare uses in a lot of his plays. Here's a taste of what you're in for:
-INSANELY jealous men who are craptastic to the women in their lives
-sweet, young love
-a kind of shifty but loveable scamp of a jester/kind of bad guy
- mistaken identity
Surprisingly no cross dressing in this one. That's another Shakespeare theme he uses a looooot.
Here were two quotes that I liked:
(upon the birth of a baby) "With no skills and no training, no college diploma or science dollars, we had made a human being. What is this crazy reckless world where we can make human beings?"
"What is memory but a rope slung across time?" (I can totally see that one being a tattoo)
This book was better than I was expecting, and I will be looking into other books that this author has written. However I don't think I will race them to the very top of my TBR. I give this book a 3.5 stars.
|I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review by Blogging for Books|