The Dead Hamlets by Peter Roman
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars
Something is haunting the play Hamlet, every time faeries put up the show someone dies...for real! It's up to the immortal Cross; a rogue and a drunk to stop the curse.
This was one hell of a ride! I enjoyed this story very much. Cross has to stop this curse or else his daughter Amelia could be the next victim of the curse, and he also has to fight a personal curse put on him by the fairy queen Morgana that makes him love her. To find out how to stop the curse he has to get help from quite different "people" like Christopher Marlowe, Alice (from the Alice in the Wonderland books), Frankenstein (the monsters actually not the doctor, but it's his name) The Scholar and so on...
I loved the story, the characters, the cameos of known fictional and not fictional characters. It was a great book that I recommend warmly!
Thank you Netgalley for providing me with a free copy for an honest review!