If the fantasy creatures aren't bad enough, these two tragedies are now comedies.
Falstaff, a swindler, sees both Hamlet and Othello as easy marks and works them over. Othello struggles to undo the damage to his reputation (and his job) caused by Falstaff's scheme while Hamlet wonders if he made a mistake by appointing Falstaff to be his advisor.
The climax pits all three characters against one another as each tries to remedy their mistakes. ~ ~ ~
Reviewers loved the book.
Roberto Mattos said: “This is a wonderful and hilarious book.”
Christopher Gerrib wrote: “I am a tough audience when it comes to humor, but Falstaff’s Big Gamble was right up my alley.”
Other reviews agree: “I loved all of the characters- and what a bunch of characters there are!” Rick F.
“This was one of those books I couldn't put down once, the constant bickering between the trolls, the ludicrous battle plans, and one very confused elf.” Sky
“Fantasy meets Shakespeare! I very much enjoyed this book. I quickly fell in love with the characters as they grew into their own.” Tammy