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Ever since they started Dellecher Classical Conservatory, the seven of them have always been close. Perhaps too close because for these Shakespearian actors they started to lose the personal identity to the roles they played and each other. When one is killed, the remaining six don't know how to process it. Oliver, the friendly one, might have paid 10 years for the crime, but is he the one behind the murder.
I adored this book.
I absolutely loved these seven characters. This was such a tight group of friend that brought out the best and worst of one another. They were such an isolated group that personalities started to blend in with one another. It was immediately made clear why they would be so protective of one another.
Oliver truly cared about all of his friends and only wanted to protect them. I love seeing how the mystery began to unravel and how Oliver started piecing information together.
Besides the characters, I really enjoyed how the author was able to show how passionate all the characters were with their love of Shakespeare. They would often quote lines from the plays and insert them into every day conversation. It made me look at the plays in a different light and sparked a renewed interest in Shakespeare's work.
Overall I gave this book an A.
I devour worlds with each new book. I am making up for lost time as a late bloomer of the reading world.