Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Waiting on Wednesday: Lady Macbeth's Daughter by Lisa Klein

And you thought I'd died, right?! Nope. I've just been extremely lazy about reviewing or posting anything recently, even though I have two lovely books sitting at home that I've read but haven't written thoughts about yet and I feel terrible! One of them is as part of John Marco's TLC Book Tours for his new MG book, Starfinder, so look for my review of that on June 23rd.
Anyway, on to what I'm waiting on!

Lady Macbeth's Daughter
by Lisa Klein
Released October 13th, 2009

Albia has grown up with no knowledge of her father, the powerful thane Macbeth, and her mother, the grief-wracked Grelach. Instead she knows the dark lure of the Wychelm Wood and the moors, where she’s been raised by three strange sisters. The ambitious Macbeth seeks to know his fate,and Albia’s life becomes tangled with that of the man who leaves in his wake nothing but bloodshed. When Albia learns that she has the second sight, she must decide whether to ignore the terrible future she foresees—or to change it.

With only the shepherd Colum to aid her, Albia sets out on a journey fraught with peril. Will she be able to save the man she loves from her murderous father? Can she forgive her parents their wrongs, or must she destroy them?

Why I'm waiting:
Lisa Klein's Ophelia--a retelling of Hamlet--was amazing and gorgeous and I loved it! Her Civil War novel, Two Girls of Gettysburg was also very good, only not as original. Lady Macbeth's Daughter has GOT to be original since I don't think most people even knew that Lady Macbeth says, "I have given suck, and know how tender 'tis to love the babe that milks me," muchless imagines her having a child. So I'm thinking it looks very exciting!


  1. So glad you're still alive!!

    Macbeth is definitly NOT my favorite play, but this book sounds interesting...

  2. Your comment on my blog had me laughing out loud! And made me remember that I really do need to change my star images so that all four stars are one image. Then you won't have to panic next time Google Reader loads it slowly. :)

    Oh, and this books sounds really good. I'll have to add it to my wishlist, too!

  3. I want to read Ophelia so much. And I want to read this one too.

  4. Wow, this sounds confusing..

  5. Thank you for posting this! I've been trying to find a synopsis from Amazon for weeks. I knew right away I wanted it, but I was still curious what the plot was.

    I think you're right, most people miss that line in Macbeth. I would have, but someone in my class pointed it out. :-)

  6. This book sounds great! I have to add it to mys wish list.

  7. I love Lisa Klein's books! is this the one that she's currently writing? its sounds reallllllly good and I can't wait to read it.


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