Mrs Rochester: A Sequel to Jane Eyre
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Mrs Rochester: A Sequel to Jane Eyre

2.39 of 5 stars 2.39  ·  rating details  ·  31 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Paperback, 352 pages
Published May 5th 1997 by Simon & Schuster (Trade Division)
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Amalie
Terrible! I'm so glad I checked this book out of the public library and didn't buy. The writing isn't bad, but Bailey has got the characters completely wrong - Each one of them.

I even had my tries with "sequels to" Jane Austen. All I can say is, it's better to stick with the original.

Anyone who LOVES this book should be locked inside the Red Room with Mr. Brocklehurst's continuous sermons.
Marsha
I think it is generally best to leave a good story alone and unless you are the original author you should leave your guess of what happens next in your head. While waiting for my daughter I skimmed and read this at the library. It was on the for sale shelf and I can see why. It might have been a good stand alone story but I didnt like where it took characters that I already loved. Not for me!
Beck
Although well written and the fact that it was nice to have a sense of closure... I can't help but feel that maybe the author should have left well alone.

Quite often, she was jumping back to Jane Eyre which meant I had to dig out that book to refer back to in order to better understand the story.
Elizabeth Alger
A stupid book - I vowed I'd never read one of these classics' 'sequels' again after wasting my time with 'Pemberley' some years ago... but this was a freebie, so I did... and wish I hadn't. I've given it two stars rather than one because it managed to keep me vaguely entertained.
Kristina Seleshanko
Naturally this is not as good as the original, "Jane Eyre," but it's still a fun read: How did the infamous fire at Thornfield *really* start? And does Edward still have secrets?
Katie
May 05, 2012 Katie rated it 1 of 5 stars
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I shouldn't torture myself by reading bad sequels to the Bronte canon.
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