"Jane Eyre: The Graphic Novel" is a very worthwhile introduction to a classic novel.
I can appreciate it only as a novelty item, but would never recommend it to someone who has not read Bronte's novel.
The context of the story is succinct and compacted, so that I efficiently grasp the essence of the plot.
Lovely art, and a wonderful read for anyone who is a Jane Eyre fan. I enjoyed it immensely.
However, over a vacation, I gave it to a friend to read who likes graphic... Read more
It was in perfect condition and exactly what I expected. I'm not sure why the library didn't want it anymore.Published 15 months ago by J
for the same reason I rated the sister book, it is a comic and not at all what I expected.Published 16 months ago by Joyce65
(Some spoilers ahead.)
Wow, a comic book adaptation of a famous ladies' novel from the 1800s! Read more
A very good translation of Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre. There is a pretty design and a romantic performance. Read morePublished on April 25, 2013 by Andréa
Clever and witty presentation of an abiding story. Let's hope it encourages people - later - to go to the original, and also to savour that flavour of past times. Great stuff!Published on January 22, 2013 by Jane Wilson-Howarth
I love this story and appreciated the way this format made the story appealing and dramatic. The story is there but the visuals make it much easier to absorb. LindaPublished on December 23, 2012 by Linda F. Greenberg
Charlotte Bronte's graphic novel depiction. It's a good focus on the Jane Eyre, especially if you found the novel to be laborious reading as I did back in the day. Read morePublished on June 30, 2012 by MISTER SJEM
Charlotte Bronte's 1847 Gothic romance "Jane Eyre" has proved irresistable to generations of readers and to those who would adapt it to other formats, such as television and film. Read morePublished on May 4, 2011 by D.S.Thurlow