Glass Town

Glass Town

Summary

The entrancing story of the Brontë sisters' childhood imaginary world, from the New York Times bestselling graphic novelist.

Four children: Charlotte, Branwell, Emily and Anne have invented a world so real and vivid that they can step right into it. But can reality be enough, when fiction is so enticing? And what happens to an imaginary world when its creators grow up?

Plots are spiralling, characters are getting wildly out of hand, and a great deal of ink is being spilt...

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Reviews

  • A wild journey: an odysseyA feat of narrative concision that is by turns dreamy, and gritty. If it’s a fantastic comic – and I think that it is – then it’s also one of the best books about the Brontës’ juvenilia ever written.
    Rachel Cooke, Observer

About the author

Isabel Greenberg

Isabel Greenberg is a London-based illustrator and writer. She studied illustration at the University of Brighton. She won the Cape/Comica/Observer graphic short story prize in 2011 with ‘Love in a Very Cold Climate’. Her debut graphic novel, The Enyclopedia of Early Earth, won two Eisner Awards and was a New York Times bestseller.
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