Julie and Romeo Mass Market Paperback – 5 Feb 2001
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About the Author
"To the van of gifted writer's speculating on the patterns and posits of the future should be added David Levy, heretofore known mostly for his strong credits as a motion picture and TV writer, producer, and director...his novel was written years before the tumult about cloning, at a time when most of us were barely familiar with the term, let alone its implications."Westways --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Top Customer Reviews
The book is a good SF yarn of the period which I enjoyed nearly 40 years ago. I was thinking of re-reading it which prompted me to check on the Amazon site to see how others viewed it. Unfortunatley the reviews are for another book!
JULIE AND ROMEO is nurse Jeanne Ray's first novel. The plot is uncomplicated and the ending fairly predictable, perhaps even too pat, so it's not a heavyweight in the genre. But, it is charming, humorous, cute and even a bit clever. As an author's first offering, it's more than commendable - and Jeanne, if she sticks with writing, can only improve.
There are two features of this book which made it notable for me. First, Julie and Romeo are both aged sixty. It's refreshing to read a storyline wherein amour and heavy breathing aren't limited to the under-30 set. (Bravo, Ms. Ray, for reminding us of that.) Second, the volume is a quick read. For someone like myself with too many books and too little time, that's a big plus!