'Do you think, because I am poor, obscure, plain, and little, I am soulless and heartless? You think wrong!' Orphaned Jane Eyre, unwanted and lonely, endures a bleak childhood at Lowood school, but when she is sent as governess to Thornfield Hall, she finds an unexpected ally in her employer, the eccentric and brusque Mr Rochester. For Jane he represents a world she only knows from books; for Rochester she represents the purest spirit he has ever encountered. But a terrible secret lies at the heart of Thornfield Hall and it threatens to force them apart...Can Jane Eyre ever find true happiness? Published for the first time complete and unabridged in flipback classics.