A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare: Book Review

Good hello, friends! Oh, happy day for another review! Today’s review all about my second play by Shakespeare. Also, an update on my reading currently: I’m reading The Hero of Ages by Brandon Sanderson for Tome Topple, but I’m not as far as I would like. To the review!

My Lame Synopsis: People are in love with someone who doesn’t love them back, or not sure if they love them back. There’s a forest and someone messing things up even more (Goodreads)!

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My Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

With each play I read, I’m quicker to understand what’s going on. I didn’t even need read summaries of each act before picking it up. I am still very much enjoying listening to the fully dramatized audiobook while I read a physical book along wth it. I find it’s the best why for me to experience Shakespeare’s pros.

I’ve never really heard anything about Shakespeare’s comedies before reading this. I never read Shakespeare in school and really only been exposed to plays like Hamlet and Macbeth (on this month TBR) through the media. For a newbie, on Shakespeare’s comedies I really enjoyed this. I just wished it was longer. I doubted that I would laugh but I was actually laughing out loud throughout the whole time.

Do you enjoy Shakespeare? Was it a required reading in school or no?

As always, thanks for reading!

Sarah<3<3

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