Oct 1, 2014

Waiting on Wednesday: The World Within

 The World Within 

Jane Eagland 

PD: 03.31.15 by Arthur A. Levine Books 


The most mysterious Bronte sister steps into the light in this must-read novel for fans of WUTHERING HEIGHTS and JANE EYRE.

Emily Bronte loves her sisters, responsible Charlotte and quiet Anne, and her brother, tempestuous Branwell. She loves the moors that stretch all around the little village of Haworth, and wandering over them in the worst of weather. And she loves most of all the writing that brings all these things together, as she and her siblings create vast kingdoms and vivid adventures that take them deep into their imaginations.

But change is coming to Haworth, as their father falls ill and the girls must learn how to support themselves. How can Emily preserve both what she loves, and herself, and find her way into the future?

From the award-winning author of WILDTHORN, the story of a young writer finding her voice, and a window into the mind of the beloved but mysterious Emily Bronte
Rapunzel, Snow White, Alice in Wonderland, there are thousands alternate stories which revolve around famous  story characters but very few center around authors. I'm excited to read this book and find out more about Emily Bronte and her passion for literature. After all, Emily inspired mine. 
Who inspired your passion for literature?


  1. I haven't heard of this one before, but it certainly sounds interesting. I love the history of the Bronte's, even though it's terribly sad. Their father 'falls ill' in this story? I don't know how I feel about that part of the plot considering that IRL the father outlived all of his children. I do hope you enjoy reading this. Thanks for stopping by My WoW.

  2. Thanks for sharing this new-to-me title. It sounds like one I would enjoy!

  3. This looks good, thanks for stopping by my blog. :)

  4. I'm very very intrigued by this one and can't wait for it to come out!


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