"FEAR NOT, YOUR MAJESTY, I SHALL KILL THEM ALL!"
“FEAR NOT, YOUR MAJESTY, I SHALL KILL THEM ALL!”
Will Shakespeare tries to save his neck by writing a gloomy play that will satisfy his misery-addicted boss, Queen Elizabeth 1st. So he pens his greatest tragedy, Hamlet, in which all the main characters die. But his wife, Mrs Shakespeare, is determined to save everyone and create a happy ending. In the struggle that follows, Western philosophy gets trashed, Eastern mysticism comes to the rescue and Hamlet gets a massive makeover.
About the Author
Anand Subhuti is a former UK political reporter who worked in the Houses of Parliament. He also spent many years living in an Indian ashram. In this book, he bridges the two worlds of East and West, mixing politics, meditation, drama and humour.