The Book of Air and Shadows
Publish date: 2007-03-27
Publisher: William Morrow
Pages no: 480
Edition language: English
Upon reading the first 50 pages or so: Can't decide how to categorize this. It's about an intellectual property attorney who gets caught up in intrigue related to a possible undiscovered Shakespeare manuscript.Now that I'm finished: Holy smoke, what an awesome read. Found myself sitting at a dine...
In reading this book, I kept thinking of “The DaVinci Code” with a Shakespearean twist and feel it would make a great movie!The discovery of a letter written by an unknown named Bricegirdle in the 1600’s with a reference to an unpublished Shakespeare play leads the characters on a lively chase! It ...
My recollection with this one is that I was really excited about it in the first half, and it all fell apart in the second half. A couple of good quotes from the book: "There are three kinds of history. The first is what really happened, and that is forever lost. The second is what most people th...
loved the movie references, and the excitement, and the bookishness, it's a fun read, that makes the reader feel smart, and not because the author is dumb, not to cast aspersions on anyone in particular, but sometimes a work of suspense just throws logic out the window. There's plot enough for me, ...
Wow, this veered sharply from one star (I don't like the reader of the audiobook!) through all the others to five back to four to two to....so at the moment it is three stars. But it's a lot better than three.
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