"You are deluded, Romeo. Vampires do not have the capability to love. They are heartless."
The Capulets and the Montagues have some deep and essential differences. Blood differences. Of course, the Capulets can escape their vampire fate, and the Montagues can try not to kill their undead enemies. But at the end of the day, their blood feud is unstoppable. So it's really quite a problem when Juliet, a vampire-to-be, and Romeo, the human who should be hunting her, fall desperately in love. What they don't realize is how deadly their love will turn out to be - or what it will mean for their afterlives. . . .
This riotous twist on the ultimate tale of forbidden romance is simply to die for.
This book is a all around three. Shakespeare must be sad dam vampire. Ther goes another classic.
What made the experience of listening to Romeo & Juliet & Vampires the most enjoyable?
Vampires Ofcourse! Any excuse to throw vampires into something is always fun. And it's great to finally have this uncut classic as Shakespeare intended it.
What did you like best about this story?
Did I mention the vampires? Oh wait I think I did. Oh and I was worried it was going to be in that headache indusing Shakespeareian language. But no, they dumbed it down for us mere mortals to enjoy.
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