Dating hamlet book summary
This is partly a story about a woman who refuses to accept her station in life.
Ophelia is not content to be beautiful and beloved; indeed she is disgusted by the number of men who lust after her.
In Hamlet, both Ophelia and Hamlet go mad, although some have argued that Hamlet is only pretending to be crazy, so that he can catch the King out in his guilt.
In Dating Hamlet, this idea is explored further, with Ophelia learning unexpectedly that not everything that happens to you while you’re pretending to be insane is good for you.
Beautiful teenager Ophelia is in love with the eligible Prince Hamlet of Denmark.
Ophelia is determined to make a difference in a world where almost everyone, including the men, seem resigned to letting fate happen to them.
My only complaint with the novel is the dialogue: it's roundly awful. has lost touch."It isn’t easy dating a prince, especially when that prince is Hamlet. It is up to clever Ophelia, with the help of her friends, to find a way to save her prince and herself.
Ophelia lives to tell the tale of what happened at Elsinore"The nights at Elsinore are longer than anywhere else. It could easily drive a young girl to madness, or so it would seem. Only then can she finally reveal the truth about what really happened in the famed castle at Elsinore.
(“No one thinks to dry a dead girl.”) The plot of Shakespeare’s play is kept largely in tact, but in this story the author makes a few crucial twists.
Only the bad guys really die – but then, who are the real baddies in this story, anyway?