Sprung from the soil, sky and brambles of the Yorkshire moors, the man called Heathcliff and his soul mate Cathy are two of the world's most unforgettable lovers -- at the center of Emily Bronte's work of genius, the beloved Wuthering Heights. Vagabond son of nature and landowner's daughter, their hearts beat as one until ambition and destiny tore them asunder. For three years Heathcliff disappeared -- and transformed himself from a stableboy into a wealthy gentleman. It is these three lost years that Lin Haire-Sargeant masterfully chronicles in "H." Beginning in 1844 as a train steams through the dusk from London to Leeds, this stunning novel transports us into a realm we feel immediately is no less real than our own.
Original title: H.- : The Story of Heathcliff's Journey Back to Wuthering Heights
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