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doc ✓ Jane AUTHOR April Lindner ✓ Hardcover Read ï Forced to drop out of an esteemed East Coast college after the sudden death of her parents Jane Moore takes a nanny job at Thornfield Park the estate of Nico Rathburn a world famous rock star on the brink of a huge comeback Practical and independent Jane reluctanForced to drop out of an esteemed East Coast college after the sudden death of her parents Jane Moore takes a nanny job at Thornfield Park the estate of Nico Rathburn a world famous rock star on the brink of a huge comeback Practical and independent Jane reluctantly becom this is my review from the beginning of the book to where i ended on page 212 so if there is anything better past that i will never knowand now my reviewyou have got to be kidding me? i am surprised that none of the reviews that i read brought up the ludicrous fact that Jane has sex with Mr Rathburn is that what makes this retelling enchanting for a new general of readers? because who is her target audience that April would completely alter and in fact disregard this most important and character revealing decision that Jane makes? Ms Bronte's Jane Eyre's decision to wait to be with the man she loves is a building block on her firmness of character on her morals why turn her into an everyday slut for the sake of reaching a younger audience?in Ms Bronte's jane eyre Mr Rochester tries to convince Jane to live with him and sleep with him saying “Who in the world cares for you? or who will be injured by what you do?”she replies“I care for myself The solitary the friendless the unsustained I am the I will respect myself I will keep the law given by God Laws and principles are not for the times when there is no temptation they are for such moments as this If at my individual convenience I might break them what would be their worth? They have a worth—so I have always believed Preconceived opinions foregone determinations are all I have at this hour to stand by there I plant my foot” THIS is Jane Eyre THIS is a role model for every generation of readers a woman who stands by her morals and respects herself even in moments of temptation and trial

Jane AUTHOR April LindnForced to drop out of an esteemed East Coast college after the sudden death of her parents Jane Moore takes a nanny job at Thornfield Park the estate of Nico Rathburn a world famous rock star on the brink of a huge comeback Practical and independent Jane reluctantly becom this is my review from the beginning of the book to where i ended on page 212 so if there is anything better past that i will never knowand now my reviewyou have got to be kidding me? i am surprised that none of the reviews that i read brought up the ludicrous fact that Jane has sex with Mr Rathburn is that what makes this retelling enchanting for a new general of readers? because who is her target audience that April would completely alter and in fact disregard this most important and character revealing decision that Jane makes? Ms Bronte's Jane Eyre's decision to wait to be with the man she loves is a building block on her firmness of character on her morals why turn her into an everyday slut for the sake of reaching a younger audience?in Ms Bronte's jane eyre Mr Rochester tries to convince Jane to live with him and sleep with him saying “Who in the world cares for you? or who will be injured by what you do?”she replies“I care for myself The solitary the friendless the unsustained I am the I will respect myself I will keep the law given by God Laws and principles are not for the times when there is no temptation they are for such moments as this If at my individual convenience I might break them what would be their worth? They have a worth—so I have always believed Preconceived opinions foregone determinations are all I have at this hour to stand by there I plant my foot” THIS is Jane Eyre THIS is a role model for every generation of readers a woman who stands by her morals and respects herself even in moments of temptation and trial

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Jane AUTHOR April Lindner ¾ O and his fateful secret Jane must decide Does being true to herself mean giving up on true love?An irresistible romance interwoven with a darkly engrossing mystery this contemporary retelling of the beloved classic Jane Eyre promises to enchant a new generation of reader Finally The second book on my list of Top five worst books I'll ever read Actually that was the only reason I finished the book I just knew it belonged on the listWhere to begin? Let's start with the cover The cover is the only redeemable aspect of Jane The characters dialog writing and plot are dismal As you can see I said PLOT Yes Lindner took one of the most beloved plots in literature and found a way to make it ridiculous How you may ask? Mr Rochester oh I'm sorry I mean Nico Rathburn is a rock star hoping for a comeback In this novel his favorite word is the F word and one of his worst fears is that he may be seen as a soccer dad Lindner also tries to convince the reader that the most unbelievable thing that could happen today is for a rock star to marry his 19 year old nanny ReallyHere is some of the witty dialogue I told you about Picture it Jane was walking on the side of the road and Nico almost runs her over but fortunately he spins out of control and just misses her He is hurt but still manages to get this gem of a remark out of his mouth Where could you be walking to all the way out here in the middle of nowhere? I suppose you're one of those fitness walkers Oh it burnsI could say but I might start to hurt the author's feelings so to all my friends DON'T READ IT pdf ó Jane AUTHOR April Lindner à April Lindner

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April Lindner à Jane AUTHOR April Lindner eBook Es entranced by her magnetic and brooding employer and finds herself in the midst of a forbidden romance But there's a mystery at Thornfield and Jane's much envied relationship with Nico is soon tested by an agonizing secret from his past Torn between her feelings for Nic I guess I should say this review contains slight spoilers but nothing of much conseuenceEarlier this year I had the pleasure or reading an incredible piece of literary genius Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre I devoured it And while my classmates were obsessing over Edward Cullen I am only 15 after all I was wishing for my very own Edward Rochester Needless to say I became obsessed So when I came across April Linder's Jane while browsing on my kindle I was extremely excited to read it Little did I knowhow disappointed I would be After the story in the authors notes Linder said Once I worked out answers to the plots many logistical challenges the book practically wrote itself Translation Once I dummed it down for modern society all I had to do was copy Charlotte Bronte for the rest And that's exactly what she did With serious detriment to the moral values that define Jane Eyre a constant stream of profanities throughout and the horrible way the main characters were morphed the fit modern times it was all together bad uality copy of the original Take the transformation of Mr Rochester to Nico Rathburn For example Great God What delusion has come over me? What sweet madness has seized me? was reduced to For fuck's sake Am I losing my mind now too? And as a result Rathburn was much less the dark mysterious and brooding man of the original and instead a creepy middle aged has been rock star who took up with his 19 year old nanny so he could feel young again The lack of Jane's character development was ridiculous Sure it explained that she was unloved as child but it never explained how she grew to love In other words it's missed Helen Burns Jane's only childhood friend in the original who showed her what love was and who died in Jane's armsBut in my eyes this books biggest flaw was that the Jane and Rathburn slept together I know Linder was trying to appeal to a younger audience but this still infuriated me In the original one of Jane's most difficult choices is wether she should live unmarried with Mr Rochester She decides not to compromise her values and as much as it hurts her she leaves him In this modern version Jane's sleeping with Rathburn before the issue should have even been brought up Which made me think this Jane didn't even have those values in the first place So my uestion is why was the author willing to give up the values and principles that make Jane Eyre so influential just to appeal to a modern audience?The one thing Linder got right was the transformation of St John Rivers to Rivers St John real clever play on words don't you think ; I really loved his character so much in fact that I found myself hoping she'd choose him instead of Rathburn Which in my opinion shouldn't ever happen St John should never surpass Mr Rochester in charisma So by getting it right Linder kind of got it wrongSo if you are just looking for a light read Jane isn't as horrible as I've made is sound But if your a fan of Jane Eyre I would not suggest this one at all And if you have not read Jane Eyre I BEG of you pick up the original first It is an incredible book that far outshines this rewrite Thanks for reading and leave your comments Sarah Gibbs