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Well, it's really just bad in one way... it's badly written.
Another thing I was impressed about the author is he doesn't seem to care as much about becoming famous as he does just writing entertaining literature.
The fact is, however, that this is a very well written and executed novel, full of colour and ambiance and very compelling.
I actually really liked the book for the most part. I have ADD so it's hard for me to sit down and read a book that I am not interested in reading. Read morePublished on April 19, 2010 by C- Welcker
The title was intriguing, as are Shakespeare and his plays. However, the writing is dull, the plot is dull, and the story never gets off the ground. Read morePublished on October 8, 2007 by CA Book Lover
Instead of reading bad Shakespeare wannabees, why not just read Shakespeare?Published on November 11, 2004 by Beto
Shakespeare's last book, that's what the author claims to have written. I got about halfway through it and just had a belly laugh. Read morePublished on October 10, 2004 by Carlos
Effete little book with candied pseudo-Shakespearean prose. A real turn-off. If these had been Shakespeare's dying words, we're better off without him.Published on August 27, 2004 by Alaina