All Night Awake by Sarah A. Hoyt

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Touched by the magic of fairyland, unable to forget Lady Silver, Shakespeare goes to London to seek his fortune. But there, the elf will follow, on the trail of a creature so deadly that, unless Shakespeare and the king of Elves stop it, it might very well consume London and all of England. (This book was originally published by Ace/Berkley 10/2002)
Praise for All Night Awake:
"Ingenious... fans of the first book won't be disappointed." - Publishers Weekly
"Hoyt sustains her intriguing premise with a soaring, lyrical style. A most enchanting novel" - Booklist
"The author of Ill Met By Moonlight continues her portrayal of the secret life of William Shakespeare with a tale of deception and betrayal that brings to life the raucous world of Elizabethan England. Will have particular appeal to fans of literary fantasy." - Library Journal.

About Sarah A. Hoyt

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Sarah A. Hoyt has sold a dozen novels in various genres, including her new Musketeers Mysteries series, starting with Death of a Musketeer", and her acclaimed Shakespearean fantasy series, which started with the Mythopoeic award finalist, Ill Met by Moonlight". An avid history buff and longtime reader of sci-fi, fantasy, and mysteries Sarah has published over three dozen short stories in esteemed magazines such as Asimov's", Analog", Amazing" and Weird Tales", as well as several anthologies. Residing in Colorado with her husband, two teen boys and a pride of cats, Sarah is hard at work on her next dozen novels.
Published December 13, 2013 by Goldport Press. 368 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, History, Religion & Spirituality. Fiction

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In this ingenious but plodding historical fantasy, a sequel to Ill Met by Moonlight (2001), in which a young William Shakespeare had to cope with the supernatural, Will has failed to make any mark as a poet, until he is taken up by flamboyantly successful wordsmith Christopher Marlowe.

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A street encounter with the famous Marlowe sets forth a series of machinations that, while introducing Shakespeare to much needed patronage, is nonetheless intended to protect Marlowe from the gallows by casting suspicion upon Shakespeare as a plotter against the Queen.

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Sylvanus finds Marlowe more than adequate for his purposes, leaving it up to others to defeat the evil Sylvanus.

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