We did it as a musical two years ago, its an awesome story.
I wont ever tell you that your not good enough or that its not wokring out, it wont ever tell you that you were better off being a friend, it wont ever just leave you in the dark, and it wont ever do anything that you dont like.
i saw the play
Vincent: And you know what they call a... a... a Quarter Pounder with Cheese in Paris?
Jules: They don't call it a Quarter Pounder with cheese?
Vincent: No man, they got the metric system. They wouldn't know what the fuck a Quarter Pounder is.
Jules: Then what do they call it?
Vincent: They call it a 'Royale' with cheese.
Jules: A 'Royale' with cheese! What do they call a Big Mac?
Vincent: A Big Mac's a Big Mac, but they call it 'le Big-Mac'.
Jules: 'Le Big-Mac'! Ha ha ha ha! What do they call a Whopper?
Vincent: I dunno, I didn't go into Burger King.
i got to page 600 and realized i wasnt even half way through so i gave up. ill hafta finish it someday. read some Leon Uris stuff like Exodus and trinity. good historical fiction that actually keeps your attention
I've read it AND seen the play. Such an awesome performance, I must say! It's my mom's favorite book, and I really enjoyed it. I hated it the first time because I was forced to read it in sixth grade and didn't understand jack shit about it, but since then, I've reread it three times, so yeah. Great book.
the unabridged version has around 1500 pages... mine has 1463 to be precise. the jist... dont judge people. its a philosophy book, a history book, a romance, and a political treatise all in one. and if you ever need an in depth description of the battle of waterloo, or a detailed description of the sewer systems of paris, theyre both in there... its an increadible novel. one of the best ever written.
Mercy's eyes are blue
When she places them in front of you
Nothing holds a roman candle to
The solemn warmth you feel inside