Susan Marie Molloy

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BOOK REVIEW: All Hallows Eve at Eyre Hall

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Over the past few days, I recommended several fabulous books that I read this year and that I believe you will like, too.  These books will make absolutely thoughtful gifts also, and I invite you to follow my links below to read my reviews in their entirety.

Today I am showcasing author Luccia Gray and her sequel to Charlotte Bronte’s “Jane Eyre.”

In this, my fourth post on my book reviews, I highly recommend the exciting, continuing story of Jane Eyre.  Luccia Gray picked up the story of Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre in All Hallows at Eyre Hall. We find it is two decades later, in 1860s England, and Jane is stronger; she is a busy, modern, mature woman within a difficult marriage to the still-despicable Edward. Jane realizes that Edward’s failings and infamous perverse past

All Hallows is believable and well-written, true to the “voice” of Brontë, and well-researched.

Follow my link here to read my full review —>  All Hallows at Eyre Hall Book Review by Susan Marie Molloy.

You can find it here on Amazon:  All Hallows at Eyre Hall by Luccia Gray.

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Author: Susan Marie Molloy

I am an observer, a writer, and a poet. My latest poetry books, "Engaged," "Indigo Fantasy," "Life in the Oasis," "Gallery Night," "God of the Sea," "Solitary Walks," and "Grapes Suzette" and my short stories, "The Green Gloves" and "The Crowd of Turin" are now available on Amazon. Check them out. Buy them. Read them. Send me your thoughts. I look forward to hearing from you.

3 thoughts on “BOOK REVIEW: All Hallows Eve at Eyre Hall

  1. I really enjoyed this book also.

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  2. Perverse past? I feel so Edwardian.

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