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The Bronte Plot by Katherine Reay - An Intelligent and Poignant Journey of Adventure, Loss and Love


As is the normal for any novel by the talented Katherine Reay, her newest novel, The Bronte Plot is elegance personified. I think each of Katherine's novels has either matched or surpassed her debut Dear Mr. Knightley, and it goes without saying that I fangirled - and still can, over DMK. Her newest (which just launched today) is beautiful. It's more about a woman finding herself and discovering what Truth and honesty means and less about being a romance, but it's one of the best books I've read this year.

I reviewed the book over on Silver Petticoat today and am sharing it along with news of a giveaway here today. I know we've had a lot of giveaways here lately and that's never my intention, but gosh, there are a lot of amazing books coming out. Makes sense since we are entering the fall/winter months which tend to be great for publishers.



About the Book:
Publisher: Thomas Nelson (HarperCollins)
Source: Publisher Provided ARC
Publication Date: 2015
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Genre: Fiction; Contemporary/General
Rating: 5 out of 5

The Brontë Plot Review

It takes a talented pen to consistently turn out novels that speak to an avid book lover’s heart! It takes talent and genuine passion for an author to progressively grow stronger and better with each new story. Katherine Reay easily falls into the latter category with The Brontë Plot. Each of her novels (three, counting this release) is driven by literary influences and each is suffused in old-fashioned values. Basically, every book this author has penned has been a kind of ode to the novels that are perhaps left to the dust and forgotten among the contemporary impacts of modern fandoms. Continue Reading→

GIVEAWAY: The Bronte Plot (through the 10th)

Sincere thanks to the publisher for a complimentary ARC copy of this novel for the purpose of reviewing this novel.
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  1. Great review, I'm so looking forward to reading it!

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    1. Thank you, Heidi! I hope you enjoy this one when you have opportunity to read it; I LOVED It. :)

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  2. I love your review! The Bronte Plot sounds like a very unique book. I'm looking forward to reading it.
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    1. It is indeed unique, Kay. And thank you for reading. :)

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  3. I'm really looking forward to reading this! I loved Dear Mr. Knightley and I really enjoyed Lizzy & Jane, though not quite as much.

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    1. Hope you enjoy this one, Kristin! It's an amazing read. Let me know what you think once you have opportunity to read The Bronte Plot! :)

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  4. Thanks for the review of "The Bronte Plot", Rissi! I'd like to read it sometime.

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    1. Yay! Hope you enjoy this one, Joy. I know I did - and thank you for visiting and reading. :)

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  5. Still haven't read any of Katherine Reay's books sadly. I do have Dear Mr Knightley on my Kindle and recently read Daddy-Long legs, so I think I will dig into that one very shortly!

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    1. From what I hear, those who have read Daddy Long Legs love DMK as well, Birdie. Hoping that's true for you as well. Happy reading! :)

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  6. I cannot wait to read this one! It's been on my to read list for a while. :)

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    1. It's amazing, Heather! I sure hope you enjoy this one. (Ps; my apologies for the comment reply delay!)

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  7. I seriously think Katherine Reay just gets better and better. Somehow her characters have a way of sinking deep in my heart very subtly until all of a sudden I realize how much I love them! SO good. Going on my top favorites list for sure! :)

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    1. Each of Katherine's novels have gotten better and better... for obvious reasons! She's such a rare talent. I agree. This one is going on my top favorites list as well. These characters, this story... everything is beautiful. Wonder what she's got planned next!? :)

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