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A Wounded Name Ophelia Castellan will never be just another girl at Elsinore Academy Seeing ghosts is not a skill prized in future society wives Even when she takes her pills, the bean sidhe beckon, reminding her of a promise to her dead mother Now, in the wake of the Headmaster s sudden death, the whole academy is in turmoil, and Ophelia can no longer ignore the fae Especially once she starts seeing the Headmaster s ghosts two of them on the school grounds Her only confidante is Dane, the Headmaster s grieving son Yet even as she gives of herself to him, Dane spirals toward a tragic fate dragging Ophelia, and the rest of Elsinore, with him. You know how this story ends Yet even in the face of certain death, Ophelia has a choice to make and a promise to keep. Read A Wounded Name – pandorajewelry70off.us

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    I m nearly done with this novel And I m writing my review now for a reason I ve hit that point where the novel has gone from completely breath taking to I m not finishing it.Let me first give you an idea of where I m coming from I am both a Shakespeare fan and not a fan When the stories are broken down for me, I love the plot lines But I do not dig the old language, and I very, very much do not dig reading plays And when I was in high school, my English teacher made the class listen to the I m nearly done with this novel And I m writing my review now for a reason I ve hit that point where the novel has gone from completely breath taking to I m not finishing it.Let me first give you an idea of where ...

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    I haven t read Hamlet though I do know the Wiki version of it I somehow never felt the urge to do so I know it s a classic and I intend to but somehow I have never gotten around it Before I started this novel, all I knew about Ophelia was that she really ought to have sucker punched Hamlet at least once and that she drowned.There s a beauty to A Wounded Name that I am not going to be able to fully articulate here Hutchinson has given Shakespeare s play a modern setting, time wise, but becaus I haven t read Hamlet though I do know the Wiki version of it I somehow never felt the urge to do so I know it s a classic and I intend to but somehow I have never gotten around it Before I started this novel, all I knew about Ophelia was that she really ought to have sucker punched Hamlet at least once and that she drowned.There s a beauty to A Wounded Name that I am not going to be able to fully articulate here Hutchinson has given Shakespeare s play a modern setting, time wise, but because the actual events take place in a boa...

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    In beautiful and poignant language, Dot Hutchison has brilliantly re imagined the all too familiar tale of Hamlet and given Ophelia the voice she had been denied until now Haunting, atmospheric, and lyrical, her heartbreaking and harrowing narrative captures the complex inner dynamics of a lonely teenage girl, alienated and damaged by the ultimate childhood trauma which forever shaped her relationships with the ones she loves and with the world In Dot s deft hands, A WOUNDED NAME will appeal t In beautiful and poignant language, Dot Hutchison has brilliantly re imagined the all too familiar tale of Hamlet and given Ophelia the voice she had been denie...

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    Review posted on The Eater of Books blog A Wounded Name by Dot HutchisonPublisher Carolrhoda LabPublication Date September 1, 2013Rating 4 starsSource eARC from NetGalleySummary from Goodreads There s a girl who could throw herself head first into life and forge an unbreakable name, an identity that stands on its own without fathers or brothers or lovers who devour and shatter.I VE NEVER BEEN THAT GIRL.Sixteen year old Ophelia Castellan will never be just another girl at Elsinore Aca Review posted on The Eater of Books blog A Wounded Name by Dot HutchisonPublisher Carolrhoda LabPublication Date September 1, 2013Rating 4 starsSource eARC from NetGalleySummary from Goodreads There s a girl who could throw herself head first into life and forge an unbreakable name, an identity that stands on its own without fathers or brothers or lovers who devour and shatter.I VE NEVER BEEN THAT GIRL.Sixteen year old Ophelia Castellan will never be just another girl at Elsinore Academy Seeing ghosts is not a skill prized in future society wives Even when she takes her pills, the bean sidhe beckon, reminding her of a promise to her dead mother.Now, in the wake of the Headmaster s sudden death, the whole academy is in turmoil, and Ophelia can no longer ignore the fae Especially once she starts seeing the Headmaste...

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    Don t tell anyone, but the truth is I have never read Hamlet So, reading A Wounded Name was a bit of an adventure for me and I don t think I experienced it in its entirety, but even so, I really adored A Wounded Name.A Wounded Name is a very hard book to like There are some very uncomfortable themes and it s a very dark book If you prefer not to read books with abuse emotional and physical and suicide, this is not the book for you.What makes Hutchison s retelling different from most retelli Don t tell anyone, but the truth is...

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    3.5 starsThis may come as a shock, judging by the mediocre average rating of this novel and the extremely valid 1 star reviews that top the GR page, and it certainly was a shock to me, but I actually liked this novel Quite a lot Having said that, let me be clear on something I would not recommend this novel to anyone, because all those 1 stars reviews are completely right this is an extremely depressive novel that features what s probably one of the most disturbing, despicable and unhealt 3.5 starsThis may come as a shock, judging by the mediocre average rating of this novel and the extrem...

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    Originally posted at I was totally BLOWN AWAY by this book I studied Hamlet in school last year, and I honestly thought it was one of the best of Shakespeare s plays that I ve read He s brilliant with his works and every single word practically leads to something else That s why I must admit I was in total English analyzation mode when it came to A Wounded Name.First off, I was completely drawn to that cover GORGEOUS I could gaze at it for hours Originally posted at I was totally BLOWN AWAY by this book I studied Hamlet in school last year, and I honestly thought it was one of the best of Shakespeare s plays that I ve read He s brilliant with his works and every single word practically leads to something else That s why I must admit I was in total English analyzation mode when it came to A Wounded Name.First off, I was completely drawn to that cover GORGEOUS I could gaze at it for hours and hours and never be bored with it I think it really represents Ophelia physically as well as her character s traits Anyway, as I was saying, I was captured by the cover, and I knew no matter what, I had to read this book for the sake of the cover Later on after I got approved to read this one, I found out that it was a Hamlet retelling I was so pumped I love, love, LOVE Hamlet and I thought this would be a brilliant take on it Turns out, I was totally right.This book actually took me a while to get through because it was a pretty long book, and also at times I found...

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    Hamlet s my favorite Shakespeare tragedy His other work combined together can t top this masterpiece So when I first saw someone was publishing a retelling I just had to have it Not everyone has the talent and the guts to try out to integrate Shakespeare into their work Dot Hutchison did an outstanding job Ophelia is one of those ...

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    I read aA Wounded Name this week and was not disappointed It is a Hamlet retelling from Ophelia s POV Which isn t totally unheard of, I have three other books that do the same thing However this is the difference, in those other three books Hamlet is such a likable romantic interest and Ophelia doesn t die at the end.I found this book to be muchlike I pictured the play to be First off no this isn t a spoiler go read the damn play she dies at the end of this book, drowns in the lake I read aA Wounded Name this week and was not disappointed It is a Hamlet retelling from Ophelia s POV Which isn t totally unheard of, I have three other books that do the same thing However this is the difference, in those other three books Hamlet is such a likable romantic interest and Ophelia doesn t die at the end.I found thi...

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    I first picked up this book because I love the artist who did the cover Now that I have read my way through the story, I m in love with the words as well It has the feel of the original Hamlet telling, whimsical, lyrical, devasting and all While it might not be as modern feeling as the setting, I loved it for that.I enjoyed seeing the story told from Ophelia s perspective How messed up both she and Hamlet Dane are It flushes out some of what could have been going on in the background of t I first picked up this book because I love the artist who did the cover Now that I have read my way through the story, I m in ...

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