Lady Macbeth’s Daughter by Lisa Klein (review by Allison W. ’16)

Lady Macbeth's DaughterLady Macbeth’s Daughter by Lisa M. Klein
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Lisa Klein’s Lady Macbeth’s Daughter revolves around Albia, the supposedly dead daughter of Macbeth and Grelach (Lady Macbeth). Growing up, she leaves Wychelm Wood, where she was raised, to live with another family. Eventually, she learns who her true parents are and works against them. A twist on Shakespeare’s play, Lady Macbeth’s Daughter has an interesting start, but by the end of the book, the plot is not very exciting. In addition, the ending is unsatisfying and leaves many important questions unresolved. Lady Macbeth’s Daughter has the potential to be an excellent book, but it will most likely appeal only to fans of Macbeth. – Allison W. ’16

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