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Ophelia by Lisa M. Klein
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You get sucked in instantaneously to this cunning and devilishly smart novel called OPHELIA. The main character, Ophelia, is headstrong, determined, and lovestruck. When the wonderful and beautiful Hamlet enters her life, Ophelia is hypnotized.Even though he is a prince and she is the Queens lowest lady-in-waiting, the two stop at nothing to be together. When Hamlet's father is poisoned, the Queen becomes very grief stricken, going to Ophelia for support and a welcome ear. Then the notorious King Claudius marries Hamlet's mother, and he will stop at nothing to make sure the court rules exactly the way he wants-eliminating everyone who gets in the way. When Hamlet starts to go crazy and claims he is seeing his father's ghost, Ophelia flees with nothing other than the clothes on her back and a very dangerous secret.

Lisa Klein weaves a tale so intruiging and spellbinding you'll never want to put this book down. Every page holds new emotions and new adventures to behold. Thiugh it may start slow, if you stick with this book, it will be truly enchanting. Reccommended for young adults and up who like adventure with a bit of romance.
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