Ogii Review of: Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

Romeo and JulietRomeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Alright. I liked it. Not my favourite though. I honestly thought it was quiet predictable to be honest. It's well written. It was a good book to read, I had to read it for my english class in year 9. For a quick fun read, this would be the one to pick up. This play is also a prime example for the people out there that always say that young love is nothing, and that young people don't really know what love is, and love this play, that really, young love is really important. If I remember correctly, I may be wrong, but Juliet was 13 and Romeo was 16, either wait, they were in their teen years. Look what happened with them, and this is now one of the most famous, if not the most famous love story in history. The tragic love story of the two young birds. Young love affects a person a lot more then any other. So yeah, good play, I liked it. Fun read.

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