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Terrible

I'm age 11 years old, this is my review. There was death, violence, some disturbing characters, such as Lord Byron, who wanted to TRAP Emily Bronte in Glass Town, because he supposedly loved her and wanted to keep her there forever. There was SOME educational stuff, it being about the Brontes and all, some historical figures such as Napoleon, Queen Victoria, Wellington, Jane Austen, and there were some historical quotes from Byron and Charlotte Bronte. The historical characters were very twisted, for example, Napoleon was called Old Boney, and was made out of bones, Jane Austen was a rude gossip, and I already described Byron. It was imaginative, creatively written, and there were some laughs, but those are the book's only virtues.