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Shakespeare for squirrels : a novel / Christopher Moore.

Moore, Christopher, 1957- (author.). Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Based on (work): Midsummer night's dream. (Added Author).

Available copies

  • 37 of 39 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

Current holds

0 current holds with 39 total copies.

Series Information

Fool series ; 03.
Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Adams PL Sys. - Decatur Branch FIC MOORE SHA (Text) 34207002315704 Adult Fiction Available -
Benton Co PL - Fowler SFF MOO (Text) 34044001002854 Science Fiction Available -
Butler PL - Butler FIC MOORE C Fool 3 (Text) 73174005041265 Adult: Fiction Available -
Danville-Center Twp PL - Danville F Moo (Text) 32604060228551 DCTPLD AD Fiction Available -
Eckhart PL - Main F MOORE christoph Shakespea (Text) 840191002841980 Adult Fiction - Main Level Available -
Fayette Co PL - Connersville FIC MOO (Text) 39230032050674 Adult Books Available -
Flora-Monroe Twp PL - Flora FIC MOO (Text) 50825010780400 Fiction Available -
Fortville-Vernon Twp PL - Fortville FIC MOORE, C. (Text) 38301000028728 Adult Fiction Checked out 07/05/2021
Franklin Co PL Dist. - Laurel PL TEEN MOO (Text) 36241000482388 Teen Available -
Greensburg-Decatur Co PL - Greensburg FIC MOORE (Text) 32826014265367 Adult Fiction Available -
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Record details

  • ISBN: 9780062434029
  • ISBN: 0062434020
  • ISBN: 9780062434043
  • Physical Description: 271 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York, NY : William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, [2020]

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Series information from NoveList.
Summary, etc.:
"Set adrift by his pirate crew, Pocket of Dog Snogging--last seen in The Serpent of Venice--washes up on the sun-bleached shores of Greece, where he hopes to dazzle the Duke with his comedic brilliance and become his trusted fool. But the island is in turmoil. Egeus, the Duke's minister, is furious that his daughter Hermia is determined to marry Demetrius, instead of Lysander, the man he has chosen for her. The Duke decrees that if, by the time of the wedding, Hermia still refuses to marry Lysander, she shall be executed . . . or consigned to a nunnery. Pocket, being Pocket, cannot help but point out that this decree is complete bollocks, and that the Duke is an egregious weasel for having even suggested it. Irritated by the fool's impudence, the Duke orders his death. With the Duke's guards in pursuit, Pocket makes a daring escape. He soon stumbles into the wooded realm of the fairy king Oberon, who, as luck would have it, IS short a fool. His jester Robin Goodfellow--the mischievous sprite better known as Puck--was found dead. Murdered. Oberon makes Pocket an offer he can't refuse: he will make Pocket his fool and have his death sentence lifted if Pocket finds out who killed Robin Goodfellow. But as anyone who is even vaguely aware of the Bard's most performed play ever will know, nearly every character has a motive for wanting the mischievous sprite dead. With too many suspects and too little time, Pocket must work his own kind of magic to find the truth, save his neck, and ensure that all ends well."--Provided by publisher.
Subject: Pocket of Dog Snogging (Fictitious character) > Fiction.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Midsummer night's dream > Adaptations.
Oberon (Legendary character) > Fiction.
Puck (Legendary character) > Death > Fiction.
Fools and jesters > Fiction.
Kings and rulers > Fiction.
Fairies > Fiction.
Murder > Investigation > Fiction.
Greece > Fiction.
Genre: Fantasy fiction.
Historical fiction.
Humorous fiction.
Detective and mystery fiction.

Series Information

Fool series ; 03.

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