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Alison Case has cracked open Wuthering Heights and inserted into the gaps her own richly imagined story. In doing so she manages to pay homage to Emily Bronte without copying her. I never thought I needed more Wuthering Heights. Now I wonder how I could have been satisfied with only the original telling.
It’s a page-turner, about the things we do to people we love and the secrets and lies that corrode us, told in sinewy, visceral prose... it has the makings of a feminist classic.
This engrossing story of loyalty, love and sacrifice is so good it deserves to be a classic in its own right.Good Housekeeping
Spirited and imaginative.Woman & Home
[A] rich reimagining of the classic.Sainsbury's Magazine
This novel rips the original novel open to fill in all the gaps. Case burrows into their psyches to reveal a further layer of family secrets.The Times
A fast-moving pleasure, this novel is a likely draw for book clubs and a must for Brontë fans.Booklist starred review