Upon the promise to a prince, Horatio holds a story within him that the world must know. He carries the memories and knowledge that would shed light on the darkness of a collapsed and plagued empire. Now it is up to him to make sure that Hamlet's story be told to clear his name from the perceptions of madness.
In Hamlet's Story Must Be Told, written in two parts, the mystery is finally unearthed with what transpires after the fall of the Danish Empire. The first part, The Elsinore Confessions, reveals the confessions of the staff within the castle, who witnessed events that were previously undocumented in the play. These candid, illuminating confessions bleed truth into what the main characters and royal family themselves may not have experienced during the actions of the play. The second part, Horatio's Saga, tells the story, through Horatio's eyes, of his experience to do what he was destined by Hamlet to do, "tell Hamlet's story." Through the streets of London, Horatio looks to connect with publishers willing to circulate his controversial manuscript containing the events from Denmark, as well keep himself alive and out of the capture of the Danish Royal Guards, and the English government, who are also entwined into the hurricane of blame.
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About the Author
Dan Jammal was raised by parents who emigrated from Lebanon and settled in Boston with hopes of achieving the American dream. Learning his ancient culture, with its rules and obligations, and balancing that knowledge with a modern, American desire to be anything and do anything, Dan was able to gather insight from many perspectives to forge a unique understanding of the world and its people.
Though Dan is an unpublished writer to date, Hamlet's Story Must Be Told is being read and reviewed by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, in Stratford-Upon-Avon, for admirable mention on their global website. Currently, he is completing his second book, entitled, A Plague A' Both Your Houses. This work reflects the aftermath of Verona and the state of affairs between two destructive families, The Montague's and the Capulet's, and what transpires between them after the unfortunate deaths of their beloved children, Romeo and Juliet.