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Enter Three Witches Mass Market Paperback – September 1, 2008
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Readers meet a teenager named Mary, ward of Lord Macbeth and his wife Lady Macbeth. Mary is the source of envy and disdain by the household staff, including Swin, the cook who knows about magic, and Ildred, full of sadness and desire for a better life. Mary thinks only of her betrothed and her father, far away while she learns about castle life.
However, a terrible battle changes everything. Mary's father is hanged as a traitor to the King, and Macbeth and his loyal followers --- Banquo, Fleance and Seyton --- are called heroes for killing enemies. Seyton turns out to have dark ambitions of his own and carries evil secrets. Mary now has no future and worries that she herself will be hanged.
When the King is murdered in Lord Macbeth's castle and his sons run away, Macbeth and his wife become king and queen. But something is wrong. Did the Princes or the King's servants kill him? Mary heard the Witches' predictions and knows that the murderer is still at large. Meanwhile, no one embraces the new king and queen. Anyone who goes against them in any way is murdered, and the body count piles up with suspicion.
One day, while riding, Fleance and his father are stopped by supposed robbers. But they are not interested in goods or horses and instead wield axes. Fleance fights and then flees to find the Princes and reclaim the throne from Macbeth. He also wants to learn the identities of the robbers and who sent them.Read more ›
Enter Three Witches is not remake like I thought it was but it actually tells the tale of the others in the play. It gives the play a completely different aspect and compliments the play in a way even Shakespeare would appreciate.
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My daughter was given this book to read as an extra credit assignment and ended up loving it! She said it kept her interest.Published on May 21, 2013 by mak
Quite a noble undertaking, and yet Cooney did not quite succeed. Very few have succeeded in doing what Shakespeare did best, taking the familiar story and making it new and... Read morePublished on November 20, 2012 by Heather (Davidson) Maneiro
The story of MacBeth as told through the eyes of a fourteen-year-old girl, Mary, whose life and future is caught up in the politics and ambitions of men. Read morePublished on October 13, 2012 by Bonnie Ferrante
I loved this take on Macbeth's characters - the backstory from a very different perspective. Well done!Published on March 4, 2010 by Mary E. Stuart
To be quite honest, if you have to introduce Macbeth to your youngsters like this, it's probably best to let them wait for the real thing. Read morePublished on April 10, 2008 by Jeff Seyton