by Emily Bronte
Review of Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
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I am not even sure if I can find the words to
express how much I love this book. It is my all time favorite book and is one book that I will not loan out
to ANYONE. I still have my 20 year old copy from the first time is gripped my heart at 18 years old. I read
this book at least twice a year and each time I see it from a different perspective. From the moment you open
to the first page you will forget where you are and what you are supposed to be doing and completely lose
yourself in Heathcliff and Catherine. It is a very dark and tragic story, and you will find yourself
wondering sometimes if you even LIKE Heathcliff, but I recommend this book to everyone I know that loves
books. Simply the BEST BOOK. EVER! It will forever be number one on MY list.
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte was reviewed by Meagan
I thought I would love love love this book, but
in fact I could barely finish it. I truly couldn't stand reading this book. It is boring. I kept
reading hoping for it to become this wonderful, amazing book that I'd heard about, but it just didn't
happen.mmIf you have "Great Expectations" for this book, my suggestion is to skip it and read Great
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte was reviewed by SD
By far the best novel i have read so far!! it
deserves to be up on top of the list! i read the book twice times and have watched the movie 4-5 times..
still, i feel like reading the book again... the style of writing as well as the story itself are just
excellent! the setting and the mood are just perfect for the story!
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte was reviewed by Ali
I love, love, LOVE this novel. The fact that
it's number 16 is an outrage. The unconventional characters and satirically delicious plot make it a must
read. To think that something written over a century ago could still be one of the most fresh love stories of
all time is amazing. Heathcliffe's relationship with Katherine is the perfect blend of caring and corruption.
His love for her is so powerful and deeply-rooted that it lures the reader into an unbreakable trance that
can't stop them from reading. Heathcliffe is the umtimate and original badboy. It's sad to think that the
romance-novel has evolved into a cheesy vampire versus werewolf face-off when love stories as inspiring
as this one exist.
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte was reviewed by me
I had to read this book for an english
composition class, and I have to say I initially had NO interest in reading it. At first it seemed dull and
boring, but it drew me in and I couldn't stop reading it. I felt like I was living in the world of Katherine
and Heathcliff. I'm trying to read The House of the Seven Gables right now and I'm just not feeling it. I
LOVED Wuthering Heights. This book will permeate your mind with its dark and hauntingly beautiful love
story.. and then you'll go from book to book, searching vainly for something as good.
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte was reviewed by Keith
I have to admit that i thought i was going to
hate this book and it has been the total opposite..i couldn't/wouldn't put it down. Wuthering Heights
is so amazingly raw, its beautiful... it took my breath away. Its so much a part of me...like the air i
breathe. Since the minute i put it down i have been making other people read it and its become a part of them
as well. It truly makes me wonder where would we be without books like this.
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte was reviewed by Laci
Sure, the beginning was tedious, but experience
tells me that the greatest books are often initially misundersood before suddenly blossoming into a true work
Wuthering Heights represents the epitome of
great literature. Amazingly, it was never boring, but not complicated. As soon as I finished, it left a
lasting impression, almost to the point where I would randomly go back and read a passage because of a
realization, or just the desire to relive the experience.
Emily Bronte's true genious lies in the
structure and narrative. Her careful calculations ensure that the lives of Catherine and Heathcliff form the
backbone of their offspring and the secondary characters. The narration of Lockwood, which frames the story
allows allows us to enter the world of Wuthering Heights exactly as we are - objective, naive and completely
different from the characters. If it weren't for the direct narration, I would never have truly believed the
story (given the deep, unhuman love between C&H and the supernatural forces) but as a result I felt I was
part of the world, if not, looking on with hardly any barrier between us.
I love discovering new things every time I
reread a great novel and Wuthering Heights was no disappointment! I've read it four times now, and in less
than a year! Truly deserves to be on this list. (Although it is SO better than Jane Eyre).
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte was reviewed by Joz
Powerful. Very powerful. Parts of this book
suck you in and make you feel what the characters feel. You can't put the book down but must turn the page to
see what will happen next as you fall deeper and deeper into the story. You feel the emotions put forth by
the author through the characters, and they possess you. This book is incredible, and a must read.
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte was reviewed by Jordan
Powerful, extremely powerful. Very dark, but
impossible to put down. There is nothing "feel good" about it, but it is still one of my all time
favorites. It is about horrible people, but they can still connect with everyone in one way or another.
It's a must read.
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte was reviewed by chris
This is a dark novel with brooding
charcters. The hero is one that is difficult to relate to at times, but you'll still root for
him. The heroine is perfection in an odd way. I found myself wanting to know more so the pages
kept turning. You will not be disappointed with this classic. One of my
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte was
reviewed by Crystal Lucuik
An ansolutely superb novel written by a genius.
Extreemly well described characters living in the isolated moors of England. The atmosphere of Wuthering
Heights is truly unique: you have the stunningly beautiful descriptions of the nature, the frightening and
mystical house on the top of the hill, the dark and burning eyes of the cruel Heathcliff and his passionate
and all destructive love with Catherine that transends even death.
Every page of the book is a pure pleasure to read. Captivating, scary and
magnificent. It steals you away from this world...
Definitely my favorite!!
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte was reviewed by Diana
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