Congratulations, Sue, for what looks like another fantastic read. I've thoroughly enjoyed your other books and look forward to reading this new one. The Ghostly Father was brilliant, and I'm sure your Heathcliff will be a wonderful rendition.
I now have the dilemma of wondering whether to dig out my ancient copy of Wuthering heights to find the following quotes as a teaser before delving into Sue's interpretation of those missing years.
“It would degrade me to marry Heathcliff now…”
Cathy’s immortal words from
Heathcliff’s life. At just seventeen years of age, heartbroken and
penniless, he runs away to face an unknown future. Wuthering Heights
Three years later, he returns – much improved in manners, appearance, and prosperity.
But what happened during those years? How could he have made his fortune, from nothing? Who might his parents have been? And what fate turned him into literature’s most famous anti-hero?
For almost two centuries, these questions have remained unanswered. Until now…
Have you ever wondered what could have happened to Heathcliff during the three years when he vanishes from
? Wuthering Heights
Today, on Emily Brontë’s 200th birthday, you have the chance to find out, with the release of Sue Barnard’s brand-new novel Heathcliff: The Unanswered Questions, Finally Answered?
You can order the book here: http://mybook.to/heathcliff
Very best wishes with Heathcliff, Sue. I look forward to reading my brand new kindle copy very soon.