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Juliet Immortal by Stacey Jay
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Dec 10, 11

bookshelves: locations-covers, red-covers
Read in November, 2011

Juliet Immortal takes on this iconic romantic couple and pits them against each other in a wholly imaginative way. Juliet is not the naïve, lovesick girl of years past and instead proves herself a force that I want on my side of a fight. There were times when I had trouble with the storyline, especially in regards to Romeo’s intentions. Every once in a while, Romeo gets his own pagetime – and it is both disturbing and confusing. It seems obvious that much larger forces were influencing Juliet and Romeo, but it was hard to discern who pulled the strings and why. A sequel would be nice to figure this out, but I doubt it will come since the ending for Juliet was more than perfect and conclusive. On the other hand, Romeo does excel in doing the unexpected. Juliet Immortal definitely felt a lot darker and more serious than Stacey Jay’s UNDEAD series. This book may appeal to those who enjoyed mercy or RIPPLE.
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