"A poet with promise and little else, young Will Shakespeare is having a harder time of it in London than he thought he would. Though his contact with the world of faerie has left him with poetry in his blood and the urgent need to express it, he is overshadowed by the favorite of Elizabeth I, Christopher Marlowe." "But Will and his rival have more in common than they think. They can both trace their creative spark back to the world of faerie, back to the same bed - and now Lady Silver, who loves them both still, has come to London. She has come to track down a creature of supernatural might and vaulting ambition. It wants nothing less than to take control of both worlds."--BOOK JACKET.
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