Carnegie Medal-winning author Tanya Landman reignites another beloved Bronte classic in a phenomenal retelling accessible to all readers.
Cathy's ghost will not rest while Heathcliff's hatred persists.
The night that Heathcliff, an unkempt orphan, arrives at Wuthering Heights, Cathy's life will change for ever…but theirs will not be a happy love story. From a harsh childhood to a foolish marriage, a troubled path of pain and punishment lies ahead. Yet no matter how they suffer, they cannot stay apart - for whatever souls are made of, Cathy's and Heathcliff's are the same.
After all these years, will Cathy's ghost find the peace that life denied her?
Tanya Landman studied for a degree in English Literature at Liverpool University before working in a bookshop, an arts centre and a zoo. Tanya won the Carnegie Medal in 2015 with Buffalo Soldier and is renowned for her thought-provoking novels set in nineteenth-century America. Tanya lives in Devon.
Children’s & educational
Paperback - B format
Children's, Teenage & educational