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Goodreads rating - 3.89/5Β 
My rating - ⭐⭐⭐⭐/5 

GenreΒ -Β Romance, Classic, YA

"Wuthering Heights" by Emily Bronte is a timeless tale that feels like a journey into the souls of its characters. Set against the windswept Yorkshire moors, it's a story that pulses with raw emotions and vivid imagery, drawing readers into a world where love and obsession collide.

At its heart are Heathcliff and Catherine, two souls entwined in a tumultuous dance of love and longing. Heathcliff, with his brooding intensity and haunted past, is a figure of both dark mystery and deep vulnerability. His love for Catherine is all-consuming, driving him to both great heights of passion and depths of despair.

Catherine, on the other hand, is a complex and conflicted character torn between her love for Heathcliff and her desire for social status. Her choices are driven by a mixture of ambition, fear, and a yearning for something more, leading her down a path of heartache and regret.

Bronte's writing is like a painting, vivid and richly textured, capturing the rugged beauty of the moors and the haunting atmosphere of Wuthering Heights. Through her words, the landscape comes alive, almost becoming a character in its own right, shaping the lives and destinies of those who inhabit it.

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