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26 November 2016 @ 09:10 pm
Shakespeare's Ghost  
I am mildly upset that no one told me about this book:

Shakespeare's Ghost - Mary Hoffman
http://www.greystonespress.com/books/shakespeares-ghost/

From A Midsummer Night’s Dream onwards, Shakespeare’s plays are often peopled by fairies, witches, ghosts and apparitions. In Shakespeare’s Ghost Mary Hoffman imagines why that might be, by giving the poet a familiar spirit who urges him to include more and more paranormal events and characters in his work.

Meanwhile, Ned Lambert, a boy player in Shakespeare’s own company, The King’s Men, has been having inexplicable experiences of his own, with a beautiful and elusive woman in green, who is not of this world.

It is 1610 and Jacobean London is full of dangers, from the plague to plots and revolutions. And Ned – now a man on and off stage – is caught between fears and temptations. The poet is his friend, as is the popular young Prince of Wales, but is Faelinn friend or foe?


And here's a review:
https://historicalnovelsociety.org/reviews/shakespeares-ghost/