Ophelia: A Tale of Woe Undone

Rated 1.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Romantically inclined Ophelia finds herself suddenly facing the crisis of her life, and as she struggles alone with her terrible secret we can only wait to see what she'll do next, while considering the course of history that may have turned her into some sort of ticking time bomb....

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About Jean Stites

Jean Stites is a writer and musician from the San Francisco Bay Area who thanks you so very much for reading and wishes you an especially pleasant day.

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Review by: Jana Webb on Aug. 18, 2013 :
I received this book for free in exchange for providing an honest review. So be it.

Had I wanted to read about Shakespeare, musical history, theology, or psychology I would have elected to read books on those subjects. Go figure!

The sooty of Ophelia, an unmarried school teacher who is abandoned by her boyfriend gets lost in the author's history lessons. I'm sorry to say that I did not enjoy this book. Amen.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: CeeCee Lawson on July 12, 2013 :
This is a clever novel about a young woman who is harboring a secret that is torturing her.

I have to admit that giving a review on this book was a little difficult, as I did not want to submit a spoiler. That being said, the author has found a unique way to make powerful figures of classical music, history, and Shakespearean literature even more interesting than before. Being a fan of all three, I thoroughly enjoyed the way she interlaced each character with our heroine and her story. It was an emotional journey that ended on a good note.

I received this book in exchange for an honest review.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Patricia Monahan on July 12, 2013 :
Although I received this book free in exchange for a review, I am afraid it won't be a good one. This was not much more than a long rambling monologue. The story was poorly developed and the character was nothing more than a brief side thought. I rarely give a bad review, but this book was one I could not finish let alone recommend.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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