Set in eleventh-century Scotland, Macbeth: A Novel is rich with ancient clans battling fiercely against one another and against the foreign marauders raiding their borders. Macbeth, Lord of Moray, and his wife, Skena, are loyal patriots, willing to kill or be killed to protect the Scottish kingdom. Yet the greatest danger to their beloved homeland is proving to be the king himself, Duncan, whose corrupt, bloody reign threatens to destroy the country. After Macbeth meets a trio of witches, the frustrated hero begins to think that perhaps Scotland needs a new kingâhim. But what begins as a plan fueled by the best of intentions soon spirals into murder, treachery, and personal collapse. In the language of todayâs fast-paced thrillers, Hewson and Hartley create an electrifying tapestry out of Shakespeareâs tale, relaunching two of the most powerful characters ever created.
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