All Hallows at Eyre Hall by Luccia Gray: A Review
I have been complimented with another favorable review of my novel by fellow writer, Noelle Granger, which I would like to share with you all. It’s great to get positive reviews, but especially motivating when they come from other authors. Noelle has an inspiring blog called ‘SaylingAway’, which I hope you’ll all check out, too!
I must be honest and tell you that I am always suspicious of books that are a spin off from a classic read. This time, however, I was completely in the wrong. All Hallows at Eyre Hall kept me tightly bound to my reading of it and constantly entertained with its twists and turns.
I was never a great fan of the original Jane Eyre. I thought she was wimpy and colorless and Edward Rochester pusillanimous. Now, more than twenty years later, Jane has a backbone and Edward is still spineless, whining, and morally corrupt. But now Jane is fully cognizant of his failings and no longer loves him. The book begins with Edward on his deathbed and I thought, At last, Jane is free and can live her own life. Richard Mason returns, brother of Bertha, Edward’s first, mad wife, who lived locked on the top floor of…
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