Los Angeles, CA / 29th August 2020 / ZEXPRWIRE / —For over 100 years scholars have debated about the authorship of William Shakespeare. At last count, 77 people could possibly claim to be the “real” author of the plays, poems and sonnets, but real estate broker Robert Boog disagrees. He shows us the “To the Reader” poem found in the First Folio and points out the name “de Vere” as well as the phrase “hang Shakespeare.”
His book, Hang Shakespeare! is a non-fiction book that has been described as “fun to read” and a “historical who-dunnit” where Boog explains why William Shakespeare of Stratford upon Avon can NOT be the true author of the poems and plays of Shakespeare and why the seventeenth earl of Oxford, Edward de Vere makes more sense. This book boasts serious facts and powerful proof as well as common-sense logic and a sense of humor about things. Boog explains how the bipolar disorder of Edward de Vere matches the bipolar disorder of the author of the sonnets, and NOT the businessman from Stratford.
“Fresh eyes along with logical and practical arguments that invite you to join the conversation. Even if you do not believe in the subject line!”
“Ever see a comedy show where a comedian points out something obvious, and you laugh about it? This book is like that. You would not think a “serious” subject like this even seems necessary because everyone knows Shakespeare wrote Shakespeare, right? WRONG and Mr. Boog is funny. He has a keen eye for observing the little things in life and his observations about Shakespeare are spot on.”
“What I enjoyed most was his writing style. Told in a conversational tone that was NOT boring!”
Looking to start up an interesting conversation with someone? Hang Shakespeare but not de Vere is available on Amazon.Apple, Nook, and Audible.com Visit www.robertboog.com for more information.
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