From the pages of the Voynisches Manuscript.
The manuscript is now in the collections of the National Library of Australia, and will be opened to the public next year.
The book is an amalgam of the works of William Shakespeare, William Shakespearean plays, and other works from the early 17th century.
In the first part of the book, we read a letter from Shakespeare, who wrote to his friend, Samuel Johnson.
The letter reads:Sir Samuel Johnson, a man of very fine character, and of an extraordinary taste, writes to me from his bed, very much affected with melancholy, for I am now very much fatigued with the disease of old age.
I am, sir, your friend, your faithful servant, with most esteem and respect, Sir John Franklin, in my great esteem, most sincerely yours.
The first chapter in the book deals with the history of the manuscript, and it was first written by William Shakespeare in 1703.
This chapter, in particular, deals with Shakespeare’s life and his works.
The second part of Shakespeare’s letter is a collection of Shakespearean poetry, which he wrote in 1712, and is still extant.
In the second part, Shakespeare discusses his writing habits, and how he got his ideas from his friends, which is a bit of a spoiler.
The third part deals with his relationship with Samuel Johnson and his letters to him.
It’s a great read, and Shakespeare was writing to his friends and relatives, who were not familiar with the world of literature, as he was.
We learn a lot about Shakespeare, as we learn how he met his wife, Jane Seymour, in 1708, and the relationship between the two.
It’s a good read, but there’s one thing missing from the book.
In this chapter, the author goes on to discuss the life of the great composer Johann Sebastian Bach.
This is the first time we learn about Bach’s life, and this is the book’s biggest spoiler.
Bach’s music was so powerful, that it affected people for life.
The title text, of course, refers to the fact that Bach’s compositions were so powerful.
This is the second book in the Goosebump trilogy, and a good start.
The series is a great exploration of the history and cultural heritage of Australia and New Zealand, and if you’re a fan of Shakespeare and other famous composers, this book is a must read.
The next Goosebumpp book, The Manuscript of the Great Composer, will be released in October 2019.