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And, soon, when Will returns from his time abroad, Anne realizes that he is the one for her.
The "romance" with Will didn't even turn up to the end of the novel, and what little there was consisted of plain, uninteresting conversations.
I highly recommend this book for those who love historical fiction, lovers of the Tudor age, and those who just love a good love story.
Easy-going story for the most part, with some pretty neat surprises. It's a good read for when you need to slow your brain down or your nerves are rattled. It relaxed me. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Robin Leonard
Loving Will Shakespeare by Carolyn Meyer
We know him for his famous plays, sonnets, and invention of many of the common words in our language. Read more
This was an amazing book! I was devastated when I turned the last page and the story was over!!! Your heart breaks for the characters and you feel as though you know them... Read morePublished on January 6, 2011 by dani
I did not enjoy this book. First of all, it never really struck me as a novel, but rather just a list. It seemed too "and then" to me. Read morePublished on February 19, 2010 by Nagrom
I have to say this book missed the mark for me. It was a quick read so I finished it, but it was missing depth and feeling. The story appeared to have all the right ingredients. Read morePublished on January 24, 2009 by Passionate Reader
Agnes Hathaway lives in small Stratford-Apon-Avon with her cruel stepmother, many siblings, her best friend, and her wily, young neighbor Will Shakespeare. Read morePublished on November 26, 2008 by Kelsey May Dangelo
Although at 16, I am probably too old for "Young Teen" books, this was a GREAT read just the same (not at all difficult)! Read morePublished on March 16, 2008 by booklover71755