So, this book, written by Charlotte Bronte is in Jane’s POV, where we can witness how she suffers in her life and yet turns out to be a beautiful and wealthy woman.
I mean… Don’t get me wrong but… I kinda found the book pretty clichè (Maybe because it was written in 1800s). An orphan girl mistreated in her childhood is sent away for school and turns out to be intellectual and beautiful. But being a woman, she still faces many social inequality issues, she overcomes them too and finds love in an unexpected place.
Later she finds out that the love of her life had a very dark secret. (I liked the secret revealing in the book. It was one of the very few things I didn’t predict, making it interesting for me) Then one thing led to another, making Jane run away. After a time of misery, she finds out she wasn’t so alone and poor after all.
The other thing I liked in the book was (SPOILER ALERT) the plot twist where Jane finds out that the love of her life had became blind. The book has a happy ending of marriage and children, giving us classic vibes of the 1800s writings and writers.
Have you read the book? What are your thoughts on it?