Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre (Classic Collection)

Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre (Classic Collection)❮Reading❯ ➶ Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre (Classic Collection) ➮ Author Belinda Hollyer – Heartforum.co.uk This book makes this great work of English literature available to a young readership while still capturing the atmosphere and suspense of the original story Jane Eyre leads a lonely life, until she m This book makes this great work of English literature available to a young readership while still capturing the atmosphere and suspense of the original story Jane Eyre leads a lonely life, until she meets the dashing, but mysterious Mr Rochester but can he explain the haunted screams in the middle of the night This book is illustrated by David Kearney Consultant Kimberley Reynolds.

Belinda Hollyer grew up in New Zealand, in a little town on the north shore of Auckland harbour, called Takapuna She is a children s author and an ex teacher, teacher librarian, book editor and publisher.

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  • Hardcover
  • 48 pages
  • Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre (Classic Collection)
  • Belinda Hollyer
  • 27 January 2017
  • 075023668X

10 thoughts on “Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre (Classic Collection)

  1. GracieKat says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I had to fight my way through it to get to the end the story was ok but there were some parts that were unbelievable, boring or disturbing Jane eyre was very unlikeable to me She was very independant for a woman of her time and that was refreshing to see I will say that the characters were pretty realistic since most of them display unlovely characteristics from time to time Especially Jane I had a hard time empathizing with her or even really liking her I honestly can t see why Rocheste I had to fight my way through it to get to the end the story was ok but there were some parts that were unbelievable, boring or disturbing Jane eyre was very unlikeable to me She was very independant for a woman of her time and that was refreshing to see I will say that the characters were pretty realistic since most of them display unlovely characteristics from time to time Especially Jane I had a hard time empathizing with her or even really liking her I honestly can t see why Rochester who s not exactly likeable either wants to marry her so badly She acts like a total wench to him the whole time they re engaged When their wedding gets ruined she does the honorable thing and leaves but i just couldn t shake the feeling I got that she was thankful for a chance to get away Then, for someone being so practical and down to earth, she does the stupidest thing imagineable and leaves all of her money in a carriage Duh And it s quite the coincidence that the kind people that take her in are later to be discovered her relatives The thing that creeped me out the most was at the end, when she discovers that Rochester s wife is dead and he is now blind, she seems extremely happy about his blindness It didn t seem to me to be a case of she loves him so much she s willing to overlook his handicap It seemedto me like now that he would have no way of seeing other women and would now be so dependant on her that he would never leave her only then can she truly love him That really gave me the creeps

  2. Karen says:

    What can I say To me this is probably the greatest book ever written Whenever I write a book, I have this in the back of my mind I even wanted to emulate the bleakness of the setting when writing my book Summerset This is a truly remarkable novel in the way the passion between Jane and Rochester is portrayed without the use of explicit sex scenes I love this book so much that if I ever have a daughter I will make sure she reads it.

  3. Nithya says:

    Very moralized

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