This was a very good story with nice description and good character development.
She must also find an outlet for her physical and intellectual energy that can be sustained within the limits of Elizabethan culture.
I quickly grew fond of Judith and became very invested in how things would turn out for her.
To most of us, Shakespeare is a man of mystery, but since Grace Tiffany taught Shakespeare on the college level, she knows him well enough to write this historical fiction and help... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Diana Purser
I found this book in the discount bin in a bookstore on the boardwalk along the Jersey shore. I had accidentally left the books I had intended to read at home and was looking for... Read morePublished on February 27, 2010 by R. Cabrera
There are parts of this novel that I thought were very well written and interesting but the story builds tension to the middle and the ending seemed like a bit of an after... Read morePublished on December 15, 2009 by Barbarino
What would it be like to live with Shakespeare? In this book Grace Tiffany brilliantly imagines Shakespeare's family--his brothers, his estranged wife, and his spunky daughter,... Read morePublished on July 30, 2006 by Calliope
William Shakespeare had a daughter named Judith; that's a fact, but this book is a fictional account of his relationship with her. Read morePublished on July 14, 2006 by Andy Rector
I love books about Shakespearean times. This was a very good story with nice description and good character development. I really enjoyed it! Hope you do too!Published on November 23, 2005 by Joy
Although I do not remember Shakespeare In Love, I do remember I didn't like it. I enjoyed this book well enough but the story didn't have a thicker plot as much as I would have... Read morePublished on October 15, 2004 by Tonya Speelman
This book tells the story of a real person, the daughter of the famed playwright William Shakespeare. Her twin bother drowns, leaving Judith guilty for something she did not cause. Read morePublished on July 23, 2004 by Ellis Bell
"My Father Had a Daughter" is a good, quick read, but falls down seriously in two places. The first is the device of having her run away to London disguised as a boy and... Read morePublished on February 15, 2004