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Once More Unto the Breach: Shakespeare Goes Punk 2 (Shakespeare Goes Punk #2)

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Welcome to the world of Shakespeare Goes Punk, where the Bard is remixed and nothing is sacred. Our fearless writers are back by popular demand to give you a ride on the punk train. Five punked-up tales and three sonnets inspired by Shakespeare. All profits to charity. As You Like It The Tragedy of Livingston (Coriolanus) Blast the Past: Fae and Far Between (A Midsummer Ni ...more
Paperback, 302 pages
Published November 11th 2015 by Writerpunk Press
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Rachel Brune
Jan 20, 2016 rated it really liked it
An excellent, engrossing sequel to the first collection of "punked" Shakespeare, this book contains some great stories in a variety of punk genres. Based on plays as well know as Julius Caesar and less familiar, such as Coriolanus, the authors have tapped into steampunk, dieselpunk, and cyberpunk to spin their tales, and the stories get better as you go along. I definitely recommend this collection to anyone who enjoys the punk lit genres and Shakespeare.
Valerie Roberson
Apr 29, 2016 rated it really liked it
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This is a book of short stories related to Shakespears's plays. I have written a review on each short story, instead as one for the whole book. This book is written by several Authors together and many helpers. You do not have to know Shakespear to understand these stories.
As You Like It: This story is based on old and new, or rich and poor, or Father and Daughter. Just because you are rich and run the town, doesn't mean you have the right to run peoples lives. It shows that two rich girls hel
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Joe
May 25, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shadowrunning Henry V? Road warrior Julius Caesar? Post-apocalyptic Midsummer Night's Dream? Those (and others) were all supremely fun to read, and that trio especially left me wanting the new settings to be explored even more. Now I need to re-read the originals to see how closely these adaptations followed...
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