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Too much melodrama, too little plotting.
She clearly knows her Shakespeare and the numerous quotes required to make this thriller work, but unfortunately it's the thriller technique which is lacking.
Having said this, I also have to admit that unless you're really into Shakespeare and Shakespeariana, you probably won't like the book.
Poorly written (grammar, syntax), uninteresting, sophomoric. 'Made it about a third of the way and gave up.Published 2 months ago by M. C.
Describing the plot of 'Interred With Their Bones' as 'The DaVinci Code about Shakespeare instead of Jesus' is fair, fitting, and not at all derogatory towards either work. Read morePublished 6 months ago by A. D. Mucciolo
It started out well but just seemed to run on and on and never really reached a conclusion so I wouldn't recommend itPublished 6 months ago by Warren L. Pay
Many of the reviews of this book say that it's short on plot and long on history, but really the action moves along at a very fast pace as the lead character and her allies... Read morePublished 9 months ago by M. Layton
I bought this book at a library sale not knowing much about it. I was really amazed by all of the work that went into the research for this book. Read morePublished 9 months ago by AZOMAMA
Interred with Their Bones by Jennifer Lee Carrell
It's June 29, 2004. On the eve of Hamlet's revival at the Globe Theater in London, Kate Stanley is surprised by her... Read more
Jennifer Lee Carrell uses language the way a superb artist uses paint. Her prose is exquisite, and at times, I reread a paragraph, just stunned with the skill of her writing. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jenn