So, opinions on Julius Caesar?I found it hard to be connected to any of the characters most likely because I'm not used to the language usage and it was hard to keep a constant flow while reading the side notes. The only part I liked was how Antony changed the crowd's emotions. Thumbs slightly down, but not totally down: basically, it was okay.What do you think?
I thought the picture was funny.
Just wanted to let you know that you could post a review of books you read a while ago. They don't have to be read recently. So, read away!
Lots of Love,
Don't read and drive.
I know a lot of you peeps are going to hate what I say, but I must confess. I liked A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. I did enjoy both the language and the storyline. Although it could be really confusing, I liked it.Thumbs up!
I just recently read Meg Cabot's book Avalon High. It's a typical Meg Cabot book, teen fiction full of teen drama. The characters are a bit bland and typical, but the thing that intrigued me most about this book was the story line. It's based on the old tales of King Arthur. I totally didn't expect this from Meg Cabot, but it definitely made the book more interesting. Honestly, the book was very predictable. But the fact that I enjoyed the mystery of it, I'll give it a thumbs up.
Hey, first post for ohhschnap!