Every leaf speaks bliss to me, fluttering from the autumn trees.~ Emily Bronte
Aren’t you getting excited? Crisp air, smells of burning wood, burst of orange, rust, and deep greens. 49 more words
When referring to the Bronte’s, many will often refer only to Charlotte and Emily, leaving the youngest Bronte, Anne out of the picture.
Anne may not be as popular as her elder sisters. 288 more words
I went into Shoe lane library a few month’s ago and asked Paul (who used to work there) for a recommendation for a classic novel to read. 387 more words
I’m not sure how to categorise this one because I was 15 when I read it but it wasn’t on the school curriculum. I read it the week that I did year 10 work experience and I felt very sophisticated sat in Starbucks on my lunch break reading… 464 more words
Daphne by Justine Picardie
Book summary from sleeve:
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It is 1957. The author Daphne du Maurier, beautiful and famous, despairs as her marriage falls apart. Restlessly roaming through Menabilly, her remote mansion by the sea in Cornwall, she is haunted by regret and by her own creations — namely Rebecca, the heroine of her most famous novel.