In this novel this tale portrays Catherine and Heathcliff, their all-encompassing love for one another, and how this unresolved passion eventually destroys them both, leading Heathcliff to shun and abuse society.
Wonderful book, gripping story line. Surprised about moments of violence throughout it, but I guess that is what made it so real and not another romantic soapy story. Highly recommend for everyone who likes a bit of classic 👍
The best book I have ever read. The language isn't too tricky for me, even though I'm eleven.
Definitely get it. Best book of all time and the only book Emily Bronte ever wrote; she wrote other poems. Recommend all other books by Charlotte Bronte and Anne Bronte. Jayne Eyre is another really good book but language is same difficulty as Wuthering Heights. Emily Bronte's stage name was Ellis Belle as in those times publishing books by women wouldn't sell. They used male names and hid their female identities. Search up their history it's extremely interesting. Really love this book. Recommend it to any other people you know.
Although a lot of action takes place it seems to have a dead monotone all the way through like nothing is happening.
I hated it!
A good read when you are young
Did this for a level 25 years ago. I really enjoyed then but this time I did not. Maybe it is a book best read when young and passionate.
By Badsworth Girl.
Brilliant read.Have read this book on numerous occasions it only gets better each time I read it.How could a young women brought up in a Parsonage daughter of vicar almost two hundred years ago write such a masterpiece , truly a must read.
I was really let down by this book. I didn't like the style of writing and I thought the plot was really disappointing too as I was expecting a romance novel whereas this was really just a tale of misfortune. I found it really hard to concentrate on reading it and it took me about 2 months to finish hahaha, maybe not my type of book.
Best book I ever read!
By Hammy 2525
I loved this book excellent words and a catchy story could not put it down
What a love story, these old fashioned old English classics to me are a little hardwork. But stick with it and you are transported back hundred plus years to blood sweat and tears. What an evil character heathcliffe was!!! Couldn't put this book down. Thank you iPhone library. Love these old classics!!!!.
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