BOOK REVIEW: “All Hallows at Eyre Hall” By Luccia Gray
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BOOK REVIEW: “All Hallows at Eyre Hall” by Luccia Gray
By Susan Marie Molloy
I’ll cut to the chase:
All Hallows at Eyre Hall by Luccia Gray is exciting, masterfully written, and left me cheering for, and sometimes scowling at, all the characters within, while gleefully enjoying the twists and surprises of the story and character development.
When we left off with Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre in the 1840s, Jane was pretty much a blasé, spineless jellyfish in a sea of scandal and mysteries. The Byronic Edward Fairfax Rochester was morally bankrupt with an insane first wife, and overall, he was not as nice a man as Jane would have been lead to believe. What has become of Jane, Edward, et al?
Luccia Gray picked up the story in All Hallows at Eyre Hall. We find it is two decades later…
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