Set in the magical boarding school of St Francis', Cold Fire centres around a group of teenagers who become involved in the tale of Romeo and Juliet in this contemporary re-telling of the classic story. Meanwhile, four hundred years earlier, a young teacher from Stratford Upon Avon arrives at the school. His name is Will...
From the author of The Invisible Hand comes the second book in the spellbinding Shakespeare´s Moon series.
REVIEWS & ENDORSEMENTS
After reading the first installment of this series, The Invisible Hand, I jumped at the chance to be able to read and review this installment. I was expecting a lot from this novel, since I enjoyed the first so much, and I was not disappointed! I love that it centers around another of Shakespeare’s play, but with it’s own twists and turns. I read this one in one sitting, because I just could not put it down, I was enamored!
I loved the character development, and how easily I began to love each one. I’m a big fan of the whole boarding school aspect of the series, it brings something unique to the story. Since Romeo and Juliet is one of the most famous plays (that I know of at least) it made it much more fun to read since I knew some wort of back story.
I feel as though lover’s of Shakespeare and even people who have yet to read any would still love this series! It is told in such a way that makes you fall in love with the character’s and the story. I really feel like the younger generations would appreciate this take on the plays. I can’t wait to continue on with this series!! ~ Kris, Boston Book Reader
A great way to get younger teens enthralled by Shakespeare as they’ve never been before. ~ Lucy Russell
...atmospheric, very readable, and in the best sense very educational. ~ Charles Nicholl
Intertwines modern day mystery and introducing the writings of Shakespeare in a new and refreshing way. ~ Jennifer Henderson