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The book is about how people working out a literary and historical mystery discover themselves.
The characters are shallow; the plot is thin, predictable and in the end boring; and the whole thing is too long.
He has woven three plot lines, each with interesting and engaging characters, together seamlessly.
Very creative and imaginative. The first half is terrific. The second half seemed to lose its momentum.Published 11 days ago by Henry W. Leeds
O delicious, magical, wonderful book! This is a terrific mystery built around a never-known-before Shakespeare play. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carolyn G. Simon
An author dressed like a Frangelico bottle (complete with skull cap and cowl robe) on a thriller's back cover doesn't instill confidence. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Laurence R. Bachmann
This book centers around a possible unpublished Shakespeare play and the people who become involved in discovering if the play is indeed real. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jennifer L. Bouchard
Capably written, highly plot driven, with Dan Brown like riffs, little depth of character. Author may have had film in mind.Published 3 months ago by Robert M. Khanlian
With so many empty thrillers and pointless literary objet d'arte out there, it is great to find a book that delivers both strong literary content and an exciting plot. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michael T. Schein
This is a fabulous book - wildly inventive, compelling, deeply personal, and smart as hell. For starters you will learn more than you thought you wanted to know about bookbinding,... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Robert Meixner
I loved the subject of the lost Shakespearian manuscript, such a trip. The characters were engaging and the psychology and thoughtful character descriptions were intriguing! Read morePublished 5 months ago by sisca
Put mystery, suspense, Shakespeare, and Gruber's phenomenal writing between two covers and you've got a page turner that you can't put down.Published 6 months ago by Mary F. Ciccone