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Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare
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May 25, 11

Read in May, 2011

In Messina, there's a lot of drama going on. Hero is the daughter of a respectable nobleman, Leonato, and her and Claudio fall in love. They even plan on marrying. But the antagonist of this story, Don Jon decides to mess with them. What will happen when Claudio thinks Heros been unfaithful? And at the same time, two characters, Benedick and Beatrice won't confess their love for each other and only mock and insult one another.

This book was incredibly hard to understand, but i actually like the way the words flow kind of poetically. I like that it's a love story with a happy ending. The only thing I didn't like (besides having to read and reread to understand it) was the way everyone had a main part and I couldn't follow one main character because I like to put myself in the shoes of the main character.
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