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It’s essentially a modern-day retelling of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy Hamlet, but with an intriguing twist: The novel is narrated by a fetus.
Though aimed at a younger audience, it still has enough complexity and breadth to keep adults entertained too.
Most of the tracks delve deeply—thematically and lyrically—into the self-reflective angst that one expects from Breaking Benjamin.
Cohen’s music does not just inspire the plot—it is the plot, and accounts for the only dialogue between characters.