Daren's Reviews > Letters to Juliet: Celebrating Shakespeare's Greatest Heroine, the Magical City of Verona, and the Power of Love

Letters to Juliet by Lise Friedman
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Jan 08, 11

Read from January 06 to 07, 2011

For what it is (a history book), this story is fantastic. After watching the movie, "Letters to Juliet", I wanted to know if there really was a club like this that existed and what the story behind it was. I picked up this book, and I found exactly what I was looking for.

This book details everything you would want to know about the Club de Giulietta: how it started, why it started, what it has become, etc. I found it pretty fascinating, also, the fact that this "history" book is only 130+ pages, makes it that much more enjoyable.


It amazes me that a fictional character been able to transcend not only centuries, but generations.
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