The New York Times bestseller - a ludicrously funny and irreverent take on Romeo and Juliet from the creator of Dinosaur Comics, with illustrations from artists including Randall Munroe and Kate Beaton.
'Ridiculously fun . . . It is as hilarious and funny and strange as you would imagine . . . fantastic' BookRiot
'Witty, relevant and endlessly entertaining' Culturefly
What if Romeo never met Juliet? What if Juliet got really buff instead of moping around the castle all day? What if they teamed up to take over Verona with robot suits?
In this New York Times bestselling version of Romeo and Juliet, you get to choose where the story goes. Packed with exciting choices, fun puzzles, secret surprises, terrible puns and more than a billion possible storylines, Romeo and/or Juliet offers a new experience every time you read it. And, as an added bonus, all the different endings feature beautiful and quirky illustrations by some of the best artists working today, including New York Times bestsellers Kate Beaton, Noelle Stevenson, Randall Munroe, and Jon Klassen.
Whatever your adventure, you're guaranteed to find lots of romance, epic fight scenes and plenty of questionable decision-making by highly emotional teens.
'Shakespeare with even more sex, cryptography, time travel and alternate endings than the original! Ryan North is the only writer I know who's smart enough and funny enough to pull this off' Lev Grossman, New York Times bestselling author of the Magicians trilogy
Shakespeare with even more sex, cryptography, time travel and alternate endings than the original! Ryan North is the only writer I know who's smart enough and funny enough to pull this off - Lev Grossman, NYT bestselling author of the Magicians trilogy
[A] ridiculously fun book . . . It is as hilarious and funny and strange as you would imagine . . . fantastic - BookRiot
Written with the finest distilled charm and genuine enthusiasm. Entertaining and extremely satisfying - Kate Beaton, NYT bestselling author of Hark! A Vagrant and Step Aside, Pops
Ryan North's The Best of Dinosaur Comics: 2003-2005 A.D. had me howling with laughter and passing the book around to whomever I could lay hands on to point out particularly good strips. Dinosaur Comics is an unlikely gem of a webcomic - Cory Doctorow, Boing Boing, on The Best of Dinosaur Comics: 2003-2005 A.D.