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free read Å eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ C.E. Wilson Or improve on these works it is thanks to their timeless nature possible to make them accessible to a wider audienceIn this Young Adult retelling of one of William Shakespeare’s most memorable plays join CE Wilson as she Othello Shakespeare PDF breathes new life into Othello the second book in her series Shakespeare for Everyone ElseWhen Archer decides that he’s had enough of Orion and. This book makes me want to read Shakespeare The author has a very clever and interesting way of retelling a classic in modern terms I couldn't put it down and having never read the original I was blown away by it all I would defiantly recommend this Author and book to everyone Thanks NetGalley for the ARC

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Othello Shakespeare for Everyone Else #2 review î eBook or Kindle ePUB Õ ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☉ Othello Shakespeare for Everyone Else #2 Author C.E. Wilson – Insolpro.co.uk Shakespeare’s work features some of the most memorable stories and characters ever created yet for too many curious rea Devony running what he thought was going to be his school he takes desperate measures to ruin everything Through lies and betrayal deceit and deception Archer will stop at nothing to get what he wants and he doesn’t care whose lives he has to destroy in the processCan anyone stop one of William Shakespeare’s most villainous characters in this YA retelling of the epic tragedy of Othello. Okay so I have to admit I never read Shakespeare’s Othello aaaand I will admit that the thought of reading the original is pret ty intimidating Which is why when I snooped out this retelling I was relieved to find a premise I could actually relate toThis version made the story of Othello so easy for me to understand–it really put the plot into perspective without me having to struggle through the language and references in the originalTransplanting the plot right into a high school setting Well done I sayBut with that said the dialogue was a little stiff for me It was easy for me to follow along with yes but it didn’t flow like normal conversation would It was stilted enough that I was bothered by itAnd MAN was it full of drama My word there’s so much manipulation and suspicion and deceit I feel like I need to see this performed because I think it would be infinitely amazing to see it played out as was its original purposeAll in all it did the job that I was looking for–I followed the story line and understood everything that was happening but I felt like the dialogue needed to slide along smoother than it did35 stars;

C.E. Wilson ☆ 3 summary

Othello Shakespeare for Everyone Else #2Shakespeare’s work features some of the most for Everyone MOBI #243 memorable stories and characters ever created yet for too many curious readers the combination of ultra dense dialogue and unfamiliar historical settings make tackling the Bard’s work something between a tedious chore and a confusing mess of bird bolts and uondam carpet mongersWhile it’s nearly impossible to replicate. There are some really good parts in this And others I didn't likeI was wondering if Wilson is going to be able pull of this rendition set in a contemporary high school I had many doubts but frankly she somehow did manage to transfer the classic tale Though I do have some issues with it I also was positively impressed At first I was surprised at the name changes Wilson did Well not so much most of the changes mostly Archer I found it an interesting and simultaneously odd choice And I was worried that I would mix up the names and characters with my terrible name memory that would be a given But I didn't Wilson build the characters well enough for me to immediately get who is who in comparison to Shakespeare Though Orion on some level was a bit too good and Archer too mischievous teenager for me at the beginning I think Wilson did nail that part uite wellThe retelling in a high school setting had me super worried but again Wilson did a pretty good job with that So while I do thing that Wilson did a really good re telling when it comes to plot and character building I gotta say it doesn't replace Shakespeare if you struggle with his english get a modern version I think this is great for young people interested in his works Maybe an introductions to the epic english author but it does not carry his weight or even come close to his use of language I guess on some level that was clear And I did honestly factor in this in my rating cause frankly if I didn't I would have rounded it down to 2Stars rather than up to 3 Because my biggest issue was the prose Wilson went from teen slang to stoic dialogs some of this felt very wooden and honestly her writing style missed the beautiful flowing prose that Shakespeare uses And that's my biggest issue set aside the fact that I expected beautiful prose I am not sure how I feel about Wilson's prose in general I can't say if this is because Wilson tried to incorporate some of Shakespeare's dialogues and somewhat failed or if simply her writing style is not to my tasteThe amazing thing though and I have to say Wilson made me realize this this tale of jealousy racism love and betrayal is still extremely current While I was aware that Shakespeare's work is still of great value but Wilson with her work has highlighted how important and current it still isSo it's 25 Stars rounded up to 3