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Saving Hamlet

by Molly Booth

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Saving Hamlet by Molly Booth
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    Nov 2016, 352 pages
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    Nov 2017, 368 pages

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Jacob Allen

A Wonderful Book
Molly Booth has written an excellent debut novel. Saving Hamlet is a timeless classic that alternates between themes of romance, theatre and time travel effortlessly. After reading the first page I immediately thought 'This is a GOOD book' something I don't usually think, particularly about books by little known authors. Saving Hamlet however, is clearly an exception. I would highly recommend you read this, and that you read it now.
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