✎ The Romeo And Juliet Code (Felicity Bathburn #1) Author Phoebe Stone – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk

The Romeo And Juliet Code (Felicity Bathburn #1) A Sudden Trip To A Seaside House A Boy With Brown Sugar Eyes And Then , A Mysterious Letter.Felicity S Glamorous Parents Have A Secret When They Leave Her With Distant Relatives In Maine, Far Away From The Battles Of WWII, Felicity Hopes They Won T Be Gone For Long Her New Uncle Gideon Hides Things Her Aunt Miami Is Star Crossed And Derek, A Kid Her Age, Refuses To Leave His Room But Felicity Needs Derek S Help Gideon Is Getting Coded Letters From Felicity S Parents, And She S Sure They Re In Trouble Can Felicity Crack The Code, Heal The Family And Save Her Parents, All While Surviving Her First Crush It S A Tall Order For A Small Girl, But Felicity Is Up For The Challenge.


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10 thoughts on “The Romeo And Juliet Code (Felicity Bathburn #1)

  1. says:

    I know I would have loved this and reread it several times if I d read it first when I was ten The things that bother me some now, some inconsistencies and loose ends and crowding of plot, wouldn t have bothered me then.This book s been mentioned as a Newbery contender, but I don t think it s quite there In particular, Felicity s voice often sounds TOO self consciously British Like an American girl who goes to England with her parents for a week and comes back and wants to impress her frien I know I would have loved this and reread it several times if I d read it first when I was ten The things that bother me some now, some inconsistencies and loose ends and crowding of plot, wouldn t have bothered me then.This book s been mentioned as a Newbery contender, but I don t think it s quite there In particular, Felicity s voice often sounds TOO self consciously British Like an American girl who goes to England with her parents for a week and comes back and wants...

  2. says:

    So, when this book first came out, all I head about it was people complaining about the cover, because it doesn t scream World War II historical And I felt a little bad on it s behalf, not least of which because my mom was a kid in the forties and she totally rocked the jeans like 90% of the time, if the snapshots are to be believed And then it took for freaking ever for me to get my hands on a library copy and in that interim I think my wanting to like it grew to an unreasonable degree I adm So, when this book first came out, all I head about it was people complaining about the cover, because it doesn t scream World War II historical And I felt a little bad on it s behalf, not least of which because my mom was a kid in the forties and she totally rocked the jeans like 90% of the time, if the snapshots are to be believed And then it took for freaking ever for me to get my hands on a library copy and in that interim I think my wanting to like it grew to an unreasonable degree I admit it if you tell me I can t have something, it makes me want itandandAnd this little book, solid little thing that it is, just couldn t scale those heights But, I liked it and I liked that it was a historical that didn t beat you over the head with it s historicalness It did, however, beat you over the head with t...

  3. says:

    It seems unfair that my attention was first drawn to The Romeo and Juliet Code because of its cover No book deserves to be held responsible for its misleading jacket and Phoebe Stone s latest is no exception Set during the Second World War, the book looks like a rejected shot from a GAP catalogthan a historical novel pink Converse Really When ire was aimed at the jacket early on I remember many a supporter saying, It s such a pity it has that cover because the story is wonderful It seems unfair that my attention was first drawn to The Romeo and Juliet Code because of its cover No book deserves to be held responsible for its misleading jacket and Phoebe Stone s latest is no exception Set during the Second World War, the book looks like a rejected shot from a GAP catalogthan a historical novel pink Converse Really When ire was aimed at the jacket early on I remember many a supporter saying, It s such a pity it has that cover because the story is wonderful Willing to give it the benefit of the doubt after all, The Trouble with May Amelia has a similar problem and is a magnificent bit of writing I plucked up a copy from a friend and started to read Oh my No book, as I say, deserves to be held responsible for the sins of its jacket, but this book has sins of its own above and beyond its packaging Ostensibly a kind of mystery for kids, folks with ...

  4. says:

    This was a really good book A british girl goes to live in America with her uncle because her parents are helping children in the World war 2 to escape Over there, letters arrive for her uncle from portugal and france but she kn...

  5. says:

    Review originally posted here.A lot of my negative reaction to this book is because I am well and truly tired of the whole kid is abandoned by parent s with obscure little known relatives and has to be brave and learn something story So why did I read this Hope that eventually someone has to subvert the trope Hope ...

  6. says:

    I Loved this book because it was set in maine It was hard for me to get into the book The start was little slow, but the overall book wasn t to bad.

  7. says:

    I had a hard time putting this book down once I began reading it Felicity comes from London to Maine with her parents during World War ll and is left with her father s family She has no idea when her parents will return She has never met her father s family and although they do their best to make her feel welcome there are also a lot of family secrets Why has her uncle nailed the piano shut and will no longer play it Why are these people so cold towards her mother There are also these myst I had a hard time putting this book down once I began reading it Felicity comes from London to Maine with her parents during World War ll and is left with her father s family She has no idea when her parents will return She has never met her father s family and although they do their best to make her feel welcome there are also a lot of family secrets Why has her uncle nailed the piano shut and will no longer play it Why are these people so cold towards her mother There are also these mysterious letters that come addressed to her uncle from her father Her uncle refuses to let her see the letters, but Felicity sneaks into his room and sees that the letters are just a bunch of numbers And the letters are coming from Portugal Felicity s parents are supposed to be in London Eventually Felicity solves the many mysteries and there are quite some family secrets This book is a great mix of historical fiction and mystery A great read One thing that I found strange about this ...

  8. says:

    I liked so much about this book the quirky, endearing characters, the writing style that brought to mind A.A Milne for some reason, the mysteries surrounding Felicity s parents, Felicity s charming British style, and her relationship with her bear Wink There were two things that bothered me The cover is attractive, yet has no apparent relationship to the book Did the wrong cover get put on this book It leads one to imagine they re about to read a contemporary story, not one set in the 1940 I liked so much about this book the quirky, endearing characters, the writing style that brought to mind A.A Milne for some reason, the mysteries surrounding Felicity s parents, Felicity s charming British style, and her relationship with her bear Wink There were two things that bothered me The cover is attractive, yet has no apparent relationship to the book Did the wrong cover get put on this book It leads one to imag...

  9. says:

    The Romeo and Juliet Code by Phoebe Stone was a surprising, cute historical fiction book which I would recommend in a heartbeat to someone The plot Felicity, an eleven year old girl from England, is sent under mysterious circumstances to her distant relatives in Maine Her parents Winnie and Danny drop her off and leave in a hurry, but not before an awkward interaction with Gideon, Felicity s uncle Felicity starts to wonder what is really going on when letters from Danny are being hidden and The Romeo and Juliet Code by Phoebe Stone was a surprising, cute historical fiction book which I would recommend in a heartbeat to someone The plot Felicity, an eleven year old girl from England, is sent under mysterious circumstances to her distant relatives in Maine Her parents Winnie and Danny drop her off and leave in a hurry, but not before an awkward interaction with Gideon, Felicity s uncle Felicity starts to wonder what is really going on when letters from Danny are being hidden and family secrets are being kept, all while trying to survive her first crush The characters Felecity Flissy 4 stars She was a little prideful of her British heritage I got a little tired of hearing British children are usually ever so polite and British children are usually ever so brave , and blah, blah, blah but I got over that She was relateable, which is always something I m looki...

  10. says:

    This book was really, really good It was kind of boring in the beginning, but halfway through the book it gets a lot better and muchexciting The beginning wasn t boring enough that I wanted to stop reading...

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