Glass Town

Glass Town Review

This is a graphic novel based on the Brontë juvenilia, created by all four of the Brontë children over the span of their childhoods and into adulthood. The book covers their real lives - the fascinating story of their childhood on the Yorkshire Moo...

Title:Glass Town
Edition Language:English

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    Glass Town Reviews

  • David Schaafsma

    In the past couple years I took the opportunity to--after many decadesre-read Emily Brontes Wuthering Heights and her sister Charlottes Jane Eyre, and have since taught each of them at least once in m...

  • Lauren James

    I love Isabel's graphic novels, and Glass Town was just as brilliant as I'd hoped. The perfect mix of fantasy and historical fiction, it flows seamlessly between imagination and memoir....

  • Jessie

    It was SO good! This is my first (real, apart from Harry Potter) 5-star book of the year. I enjoyed it for every second and could barely put it down. De illustrations were STUNNING and the plot absolu...

  • L.H. Johnson

    I am increasingly conscious that I am moving closer to the world of the Brontës, falling in love with it, and not being remotely mad about this, not at all. I would have fought against this a few yea...

  • Tia

    I requested this book from Edelweiss for review. My request was granted. I tried to view it on my kindle fire 8, but couldnt read it. The words were too small. I knew I would want the book in my colle...

  • Kaylee Gwyn (literarypengwyns)

    5 StarsWonderful! This is a graphic novel depicting the imaginary world of Glass Town that the four Bronte siblings created in their childhood. We start with Charlotte, the sole surviving Bronte child...

  • Rod Brown

    I highly recommend that this book be read with (but after) the recent graphic novel, Charlotte Brontë Before Jane Eyre, to get a fuller understanding of the childhood of the Brontës and the creation...

  • Dianna

    Bramwell, Anne and Emily all die within 9 months of each other, leaving Charlotte alone and lost. Its 1849 and shes out from behind her pseudonym. Shes famous and shes grieving.She turns back to Angri...

  • Lauren

    Pure perfection!! I loved every single page of this stunning book. I recommend to everyone! RTC...

  • Emma

    I never read graphic novels, they aren't really my thing. However, I could not resist this one. The story of Charlotte dealing with the death of her siblings by retreating to their beloved childhood G...