Jane Eyre - Charlotte Brontë

Jane Eyre

Artist Charlotte Brontë

  • Release Date: 2012-06-19
  • Genre: Paranormal
Score: 4.5
From 1,484 Ratings


Jane Eyre is a novel by English writer Charlotte Brontë. It was published on 16 October 1847 by Smith, Elder & Co. of London, England, under the pen name "Currer Bell." The first American edition was released the following year by Harper & Brothers of New York.


  • A Beautiful Story

    By mb27online
    I had the opportunity to read this in high school, but sadly the class decided on another. But still, I’m glad I didn’t read it then, because I don’t think I would have enjoyed it, or appreciated it. As I read it, I found some interesting parallels to my own life in Jane’s story. Some of her hardships and views are remarkably similar to my own. I love the fact that Jane found faith and a relationship with God in her youth, although I didn’t form my relationship with Him until my early 30s. In the end, this was a very good, wonderful, worth-while read.
  • Jane eyre

    By Lauren hacker
    So bad
  • Excellent

    By yo.dreaaa13
    I love this book. It has made a huge impact on my life & has became my favorite. When I first watched the movie it was so suspenseful & had me wanting more. When I read the book I was so disappointed in the movie & on how much they had left out on the ending. This book touched my heart & has warmed my soul so much.
  • Read this book!!!

    By Elen.hv
    Some time ago when I was little I wanted to read this book but I stopped halfway through thinking that it’s boring and not worth my time. Seven years later I tried to give it another try. The beginning wasn’t as exciting and interesting but the second half of the book gets crazy. Once you get through about 150 pages it’s impossible to stop. It gets extremely interesting and very emotional. 100% worth your time.
  • Perfectly woven love story and life journey

    By Prince of Paupers
    Charlotte Bronte unfolds a greatly knitted blanket of life and romance. Her product starts out with cruelty and hopelessness but the reader begins to see quickly it is this trial that forms a finer heart in Jane whose path is singular into the arms of Mr Rochester. Charlotte’s eloquence is musical and just as important as her content. Her words create a vivid imagery of Jane’s surroundings and how Jane felt about them which would influence the reader’s mood. She addresses the societal pressures and expectations, ridiculing their existence in sincerity choosing people who have more enlightened things to say than those who speak highly of their own looks and societal status. A favorite re-read!
  • Excellent book

    By Reepicheep22
    This is a very enjoyable read.
  • Jane Eyre

    By cjaepnldr
    I could not put this book down. Literally. Usually, I take my phone with me everywhere I go, so that I don't misplace it, but on days where I was busy with tasks other than reading, I had to force myself not to bring my phone to the bathroom just to pee, because I would surely go on my iBook app and read more of Jane Eyre and get caught in her romantic story. I loved every minute of it!
  • Must Read

    By GirlNextDoor3
    I love to read classic books. Jane Eyre was a very well written book that kept my attention to the end.
  • A good read

    By Classyh
    A bit lengthy in description of events, but that goes for the time period it was written.
  • Jane Eyre

    By Jwjinx
    One of my all time favorites...both book and a movie. A timeless classic.