Book Review: A Wounded Name, by Dot Hutchison

Ophelia Castellan has never been normal, no matter how much her father and brother try to make her. When the Headmaster of Elsinore Academy is found dead, Ophelia’s world — and everything she thought she knew — slowly comes crashing down around her. Dot Hutchison’s novel, A Wounded Name, released this past September, is a modernized retelling of Shakespeare’s Hamlet from Ophelia’s perspective, but the story unfolds not in the kingdom of Denmark, but at Elsinore Academy, where the boys are prepared for college and careers and the girls are trained to be society wives. Read More Book Review: A Wounded Name, by Dot Hutchison