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Closer To Hamlet by David Boyd from D.K.R. Boyd
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  • Young Adult Trilogy Book 3
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    Digital
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  • Text Language:
    English
  • Publisher Name:
    Wonderdog Press
  • Binding Type:
    Digital (delivered electronically)
  • ISBN 10:
    0992017432
  • ISBN 13:
    9780992017439
  • ISSN / ASIN:
    B00DJAH5UQ
  • Price:
    USD 5.99

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  • D.K.R. Boyd
    Canada
D.K.R. Boyd

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David Boyd (also, D.K.R. Boyd; also, David Collins) is an award-winning Canadian author residing in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, who has published more than 25 books for children, young adults, and adults. Educated and raised in St. Stephen, he attended Mount Allison University in Sackville, becomin...

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  • About the Book
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  • Original Language

“How do you know...I mean, how can you tell if you’re cracking up?” Kendal Twiner is young, handsome, gifted, and on the brink of superstardom as Romeo in Shakespeare’s famous play, when he suddenly finds himself in the middle of an unbelievable scandal. What could have driven this prodigy to risk it all? Uncover Kendall’s painful secrets in this gripping tale told through a collection of interviews, emails, reports, fan letters, transcripts, and articles. This is the third and final volume in David Boyd’s acclaimed Young Adult trilogy.

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D.K.R. Boyd also writes as David Boyd and David Collins and has numerous books for children, young adults and adults in print and/or e-books. He lives in New Brunswick, Canada and is currently at work on Volume Three of The Reflecting Man, due in March 2017.

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“It’s a pleasure to see Shakespeare’s glowing words blended seamlessly into a novel for young adults.” - Joan Marshall, teacher-librarian. Canadian Materials