Published by Harper Collins, here are just some of the reviews for Ill Will:
- ‘An astonishing novel’ Independent
- ‘Easily outdoes the original Heathcliff’ The Times Literary Supplement
- ‘beautifully written and thrilling’ Yorkshire Post
- ‘Brilliantly incorporates the ‘facts’ of Brontë’s original, while expertly filling in the gaps’ Yorkshire Post
- ‘visceral and unswerving’ Historia Magazine
- ‘fearless’ Historia Magazine
- ‘A superb book, as good as British fiction currently gets’ Loud and Quiet Magazine
Reader reviews from Amazon and Good Reads
- ‘A very atmospheric book which really captured the times’
- ‘I enjoyed every line of this wonderful book’
- ‘The characters are beautifully drawn, the detail is superb and the narrative crackles’
- ‘a vivid insight’
- ‘a fascinating read. A real pager turner’
- ‘Michael Stewart’s best novel yet’
- ‘descriptive prose and superb characterisation kept me enthralled’
- ‘gory and gripping in equal measures’
- ‘Really didn’t want the book to end’
- ‘heart-breakingly good’
TV video and radio
- BBC Breakfast on Emily Brontë birthday (at foot of page)
- Video of Yvonne Huddleston’s interview at Brontë Parsonage here.
- A permanent record of March 2018 BBC Radio Leeds interview here.
- Unsound Methods.
Review sources and links
- Brontë Society Gazette.
- Interview with Historia here.
- In the Long Read in The Independent on April 1 2018 (no fooling).
- On Jane and Bex Book Blog here.
- Loud and Quiet magazine.
- Was made book of the month at LoveReading!
- Interview with Northern Soul here.
- Reviewed in Bradford’s Telegraph and Argus…
- Reviewed in the Times Literary Supplement.
- *Interview* with Yorkshire Post’s Yvette Huddleston here