Let's make this quick shall we?
- All of William's works in one place.
- Well presented; the outside of the book isn't tacky and cheap, it has elegance and legitimacy.
- Easy to read font.
- Golden bookmark is stitched into the book, you're not going to lose it.
- Weighty; meaning that if you're going to carry it around, it's a bit larger than convenient, consider it chunky.
- The bookmark is stitched not where it would logically go; halfway in the book, no. It's stitched halfway into the first third of the book, meaning bookmarking plays towards the latter of the book will cause the top of the page to be dented inwards, not exactly helpful when the look of the book gets dampened.
- The pages aren't exactly macho, these pages are feather light and anorexic in width, be very careful when turning abruptly as they can very easily rip.
Who should get the book?
- Actors, more so actors who will be performing every play.
- Students, more so for students who are going to be studying the whole play.
- Shakespeare brown nosers.
Is it worth it?
- Hell yeah!
- Incredibly cheap for a full works
- Once purchased, no need to look anywhere else.
- Stop reading this and just buy it.