The inspiration for the movie starting Daisy Ridley, Tom Felton, and Naomi Watts, Lisa Klein's Hamlet retelling is "a captivating story of a young woman entwined in an unconventional love." (VOYA)
In this reimagining of Shakespeare's tragedy, Ophelia must choose between her love for Hamlet and her own life. In a surprising twist, she devises a plan to escape from Elsinore forever . . . with one very dangerous secret. Sharp and literary, dark and romantic, this dramatic story holds readers in its grip until the final, heartrending scene.
About the author
Lisa Klein was always dissatisfied with interpretations of Ophelia and so took it upon herself to breathe new life into the story of Ophelia. She is a former professor of English who lives in Columbus, Ohio with her husband and two sons. Her novels include Two Girls of Gettysburg, Lady Macbeth's Daughter, Cate of the Lost Colony, and Ophelia, which was adapted into the movie of the same name starring Daisy Ridley, Tom Felton and Naomi Watts.
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