Twelfth Night at Eyre Hall Following Edward Rochester s death Jane Eyre who has been blackmailed into marrying a man she despises will have to cope with the return of the man she loved and lost The secrets she has tried so h

  • Title: Twelfth Night at Eyre Hall
  • Author: Luccia Gray
  • ISBN: 9788460841388
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Paperback
  • Following Edward Rochester s death, Jane Eyre, who has been blackmailed into marrying a man she despises, will have to cope with the return of the man she loved and lost The secrets she has tried so hard to conceal must be disclosed, giving rise to unexpected events and shocking revelations.Relive the mystery and magic of Jane Eyre Action and adventure will unfold iFollowing Edward Rochester s death, Jane Eyre, who has been blackmailed into marrying a man she despises, will have to cope with the return of the man she loved and lost The secrets she has tried so hard to conceal must be disclosed, giving rise to unexpected events and shocking revelations.Relive the mystery and magic of Jane Eyre Action and adventure will unfold in an absorbing narrative, which will move the action from the Yorkshire countryside, to Victorian London, and across the Atlantic Ocean to Colonial Jamaica.

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    1. Luccia Gray says:

      Luccia Gray was born in London and now lives in the south of Spain with her husband She has three children and three grandchildren When she s not reading or writing, she teaches English at an Adult Education Centre and at University Almost a year ago, she stopped scribbling surreptitiously and decided her life long dream of stringing words into stories, and stories into novels, should come true, and it did.



    2 thoughts on “Twelfth Night at Eyre Hall

    1. When I finish reading All Hallows at Eyre Hall I was so mad with Michael because he broke all his promises to Jane. But I was so happy when I start it reading Twelfth Nights at Eyre Hall and found that he was part of the story. Once again I fell in love with this book. I'm not going to lie it took me a few days to finish it. But it's just that I was so worried about Jane and Michael that I was afraid to read bad news (LOL) silly me!!! if you like to read more of this reviewplease visit:twofriend [...]

    2. ARC kindly provided by Luccia Gray in exchange for an honest review.Review ‘Twelfth Night at Eyre Hall’ that was as utterly captivating and awesome as 'All Hallows at Eyre Hall', which is the first novel in 'The Eyre Hall Trilogy'. I must also mention that even though this is the second novel in the series, it can also be read as a standalone. The author does give you information about the characters and previous events if you choose to do so, but I would strongly recommend reading the first [...]

    3. I was fortunate to win this book through a giveaway and was excited to dive into its pages, as I had read and enjoyed Jane Eyre years ago.Luccia Gray, the author, continued the tale of Jane Eyre very much in the style that Charlotte Bronte established. Use of the Victorian gothic elements of the large house in the English countryside, madness, and webs of deceit were woven masterfully into Twelfth Night at Eyre Hall.Although I had not read Gray's previous novel, All Hallows' at Eyre Hall, I was [...]

    4. Told in the same style as Charlotte Bronte, this second book in the Eyre Hall Trilogy moves us on from Edward Rochester's death and Jane's forced marriage to Richard Mason. Written from multi first person points of view, it's a great opportunity to get inside the characters' heads and see the story unravel from different perspectives.As I had not read the first book in the series I found the character sketches at the beginning of the book really helpful. The plot requires a large number of chara [...]

    5. Review of Twelfth Night at Eyre Hall: Book TwoBy Luccia GrayIt is a very brave soul who takes on a writer of Charlotte Bronte’s standing and writes sequels to her much studied and analysed Jane Eyre.However, Luccia Gray has undertaken the challenge and largely achieved a story that is entertaining and has the mannerisms of the time well captured.I smiled when Dr. Carter asked Annette if she knew who Florence Nightingale was. As a reader, my silent voice screamed out, “Yes.” But the writer [...]

    6. My no spoilers review of this exciting sequel lindasbookbag/2016/01/11/tAlthough I’m glad I have read Charlotte Bronte’s ‘Jane Eyre’ and Luccia Gray’s ‘All Hallows at Eyre Hall’ because I think they have added layers of appreciation I might otherwise have missed, ‘Twelfth Night at Eyre Hall’ can be enjoyed perfectly well as a stand alone read. There is everything a reader could want in a thoroughly exciting and fast paced plot. Love, murder, mystery, violence, sexual exploitati [...]

    7. I had the privilege of reading book two in, Luccia Gray's, Erye Hall Trilogy. I picked up where All Hallows at Eyre Hall left off easily. I was able to continue with the story line as if I had just read the first book. As I found with her first book, this was an incredible read. She has a great gift at story telling and it's as if you are right in the story because you can see in your mind the characters, the scenery, and more. She has really captured Charlotte Bronte's style and characters and [...]

    8. Absolutely loved it!! A great second book in the series and am anxiously awaiting the next book. This could easily be read as a stand alone novel, although I defiantly recommend reading All Hallows' at Eyre Hall first. It sets the background for this novel as well as providing character development and attachment to the characters. A beautifully written novel with plenty of suspense, action, betrayal, heartache, love, and joy. The characters are very well developed and the plot doesn't lack at a [...]

    9. #2 in "The Eyre Hall" Triology, while, it can be read as a stand alone, I'd suggest reading Book 1 as well, "Eyre Hall". Written in first person from each character's point of view. From a backdrop of the English countryside, to Victorian England to across the Altantic Ocean to Colonial Jamica and back. Blackmail, suspense, mystery, passion, secrets, many secrets, treachery,tragedy and romance, makes for a page Turner. Some shocking revelations are revealed with some circumstances. A unique, and [...]

    10. I was completely taken by the first book in this trilogy (All Hallows at Eyre Hall)—so much so that I immediately uploaded Twelfth Night at Eyre Hall to my Kindle. Once again Luccia Gray has written a spectacular tale of love, unexpected betrayal, conspiracy, kidnapping, intrigue, shocking secrets and revelations that change life for the people at Eyre Hall in unexpected ways. This book takes you from their Yorkshire countryside to a despairing search in London and then across the Atlantic Oce [...]

    11. A great second book in the trilogy. After I read the first in the trilogy, I read Jane Eyre, and it gave me better perspective. While this can be read as a standalone, the first book in the trilogy really makes it better - and bonus points if you've read Jane Eyre. This is a charming story and always dangerous for an author to take a well known book and expand on it, but Gray does it masterfully.

    12. The start of Twelfth Night at Eyre Hall finds Michael at sea and not caring if he lives or dies and Jane miserable and alone at Eyre Hall. She is now married to the odious Mr Mason who drinks too much and sexually exploits the staff during his mercifully infrequent visits to Eyre Hall.Jane finds solace in the companionship of Nell, daughter of one of the servants. Michael’s sister, Susan, is in trouble and after his heroic deeds at sea he is promoted to lieutenant and sent on leave to see her, [...]

    13. 4.5 out of 5Luccia Gray's second novel Twelfth Night at Eyre Hall is a solid effort that raises the stakes even higher than All Hallows at Eyre Hall. The impact of Rochesters' secrets continue to influence characters who struggle to rebuild their lives after his death; where the first book was driven by the tension secrets create within the house the plot of this book uses this conflict to drive forwards how characters determine their own futures.The novel opens with chaotic scenes at sea as Mic [...]

    14. Luccia Gray stepped up the pace with this second installment of the Eyre Hall series. In this book, we find Jayne, after Edward's death and are met with her abrupt marriage to Mr. Mason. I have to admit that I was a bit disappointed with Jayne for giving in to the sinister Mr. Mason and his blackmailing tactics. Her decision to marry him drove Michael away and I was a bit peeved about that. She's strong woman and I would have loved to see her give Mr. Mason a good dose of his own medicine, but t [...]

    15. A continuation of the Jane Eyre story and an interesting concept. Told in the voices of several characters and the only thing i disliked was that it was not always obvious who was talking in each chapter. They all started I did or I went. it did become obvious at some point who that particular I was but it did annoy me.

    16. What a delight this beauty has been, I loved the Jane Eyre novel so the extra story after it ended has become one of my favorites.This is the second book in the series and by far the best in my opinion but I have yet to read the third which I will do next but this book was just in plain words,GREATNESS,five star read

    17. An excellent continuation of a riveting story. I was excited to read this book after enjoying its precursor, and was not disappointed. As eager as I am to read book 3, I'm sad that this series has only 1 book left!

    18. A real page turnerI found I could not put this down; the characters and dialog flowed easily and I enjoyed the story after reading part one of this trilogy. On to the third part

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