A full review was posted over at my blog, https://randommatters.wordpress.com/2018/03/22/from-ancient-grudge-review/
From Ancient Grudge isn’t my favourite of Winghorn’s adventures, but it’s a damn good one by any standard. It doesn’t have the whimsy of Wild Sheep Chase, the straight-up nastiness of Horror at Havel’s Cross, the crazy high-level messiness of To The End of Time, the easy adaptability of Honour Among Thieves or the compellingly weird problems of Wolves of Welton. Its closest rival in Winghorn’s library is probably The Hound of Cabell Manor, another module with a literary premise (though a little more recent) but one that’s a little more short and straightforward.
Comparing the best with the best isn’t a particularly useful exercise though, so I’ll leave it there. From Ancient Grudge will put any party through both combat and social challenges as well offering any dedicated roleplayer the chance to bite into some juicy narrative.
As always, Winghorn makes a pretty book. The design and the layout is clear throughout with sidebars, headings and crisp bodies of text interspersed with fitting artwork sourced from Adobe Stock, all of which is integrated beautifully with the text.
In closing this is a must-have for anyone whose party includes a Shakespeare geek (just me?) and another solid entry in the Winghorn line of off-the-shelf adventures that can fit into any D&D setting with only the slightest work.