Author: Myrlin Hermes
Source: TLC Book Tour
A Divinity scholar at Wittenberg University, Horatio prides himself on his ability to argue both sides of any intellectual debate but is himself a skeptic, never fully believing in any philosophy. That is, until he meets the outrageous, provocative, and flamboyantly beautiful Prince of Denmark, who teaches him more about both Earth and Heaven than any of his books. But Hamlet is also irrationally haunted by intimations of a tragic destiny he believes is preordained.
My Thoughts: I started out reading this book with very high hopes. Not really being much of a scholar on Shakespeare, I still felt that I could enjoy this novel. Unfortunately for me that just wasn't the case. I just didn't get the story....but I did find myself liking Horatio. The others not so much. This may be a book for those that have read Shakespeare and loved it.
Thank you to TLC for asking me to be a part of this book tour
** I was not compensated for my review.