In the beginning of my reader of The Bronte Plot by Katherine Reay, I believed I would not enjoy it. Within the first fifty pages, some of my thoughts included: characters don’t feel real; there seems to be a lot of information missing; and the setting has not been set up well enough to hold the significance the author tries to achieve.
During the first fifty pages, the dialogue and the things certain characters do felt strange. After only seeing Lucy three times, James asks about Lucy’s father who she clearly in uncomfortable discussing. Examples such of this feel highly unrealistic and break any sort of immersion. On top of cases such as this, the first fifty pages feel over edited. Information seems to be missing and makes it hard to fully understand what is going on.
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