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Jane, Unlimited By Kristin Cashore Jane Unlimited If you could change your story would you Jane has lived a mostly ordinary life raised by her recently deceased aunt Magnolia whom she counted on to turn life into an adventure Without Aunt Magnolia

  • Title: Jane, Unlimited
  • Author: Kristin Cashore
  • ISBN: 9780803741492
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Jane, Unlimited By Kristin Cashore If you could change your story, would you Jane has lived a mostly ordinary life, raised by her recently deceased aunt Magnolia, whom she counted on to turn life into an adventure Without Aunt Magnolia, Jane is directionless Then an old acquaintance, the glamorous and capricious Kiran Thrash, blows back into Jane s life and invites her to a gala at the Thrashes extravagaIf you could change your story, would you Jane has lived a mostly ordinary life, raised by her recently deceased aunt Magnolia, whom she counted on to turn life into an adventure Without Aunt Magnolia, Jane is directionless Then an old acquaintance, the glamorous and capricious Kiran Thrash, blows back into Jane s life and invites her to a gala at the Thrashes extravagant island mansion called Tu Reviens Jane remembers her aunt telling her If anyone ever invites you to Tu Reviens, promise me that you ll go What Jane doesn t know is that at Tu Reviens her story will change the house will offer her five choices that could ultimately determine the course of her untethered life But every choice comes with a price She might fall in love, she might lose her life, she might come face to face with herself At Tu Reviens, anything is possible.
    Jane, Unlimited By Kristin Cashore

    Jane, Unlimited by Kristin Cashore Part Gothic mystery, part choose your own adventure, Jane, Unlimited is full of stories than should possibly be able to be contained in a single novel Jane is feeling lost in the world Her beloved guardian aunt recently died, and she s dropped out of college, which leaves her drifting. Jane, Unlimited Cashore Absolutely addictive and fascinating, Jane, Unlimited is storytelling at its best Filled with spies, stolen artwork, cute dinosaurs, new worlds, and delicious romance, this book is everything you could hope for and than you can imagine Marie Rutkoski, author of The Winner s Curse Jane, Unlimited by Kristin Cashore, Paperback Barnes Jul , An instant New York Times bestseller from the award winning author of the Graceling Realm series an ambitious novel about grief, adventure, storytelling, and finding yourself in a world of seemingly infinite choices Jane has lived an ordinary life, raised by her aunt Magnolia an adjunct professor and deep sea photographer. Jane, Unlimited by Kristin Cashore About Jane, Unlimited An instant New York Times bestseller from the award winning author of the Graceling Realm series an ambitious novel about grief, adventure, storytelling, and finding yourself in a world of seemingly infinite choices. Jane, Unlimited Paperback KRISTIN CASHORE Jane, Unlimited is a very unique, intriguing story It s story structure is one I ve never before read in a book Mixed into it is an intricate setting and character relationships Together, these elements some how all managed to work together to create a truly original story, and unlike I ve ever read before. Jane, Unlimited Book Review Common Sense Media Dec , Parents need to know that Jane, Unlimited is an inventive stand alone book by Kristin Cashore, the acclaimed author of the Graceling Realm series The main character, Jane, in her late teens, is recently orphaned by the aunt who raised her Jane is Jane, Unlimited Audible Audio Edition Jane, Unlimited is a very unique, intriguing story It s story structure is one I ve never before read in a book Mixed into it is an intricate setting and character relationships. Jane, Unlimited BN Readouts Jane, Unlimited Kristin Cashore Shop Now When she gets to the third floor east wing, Ravi is standing right there, a little way down the corridor, his back to her He s bent over his phone, balancing his fruit and toast in one hand Jane stops and waits, unseen. Jane, Unlimited by Kristin Cashore Audiobook Audible Jane has lived an ordinary life, raised by her aunt Magnolia an adjunct professor and deep sea photographer Jane counted on Magnolia to make the world feel expansive and to turn life into an adventure But Aunt Magnolia was lost a few months ago in Antarctica on one of her expeditions.

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    1. Elise (TheBookishActress) on said:

      If I were to try and summarize this book, it would probably go something like this A girl plays choose your own adventure at a mysterious mansion her aunt told her to visit, causing some really weird shit to go down And there are girls kissing.If that summary doesn t excite you at least a little bit, this shouldn t be your thing and also don t talk to me But if that sounds cool You are going to love this Jane Unlimited is a far departure from the fantasy Kristin Cashore has written before, but i [...]

    2. Cece (ProblemsOfaBookNerd) on said:

      4.5 5This was a bizarrely delightful puzzle box of a book and I enjoyed every second of it.Part Gothic mystery, part choose your own adventure, Jane, Unlimited is full of stories than should possibly be able to be contained in a single novel Jane is feeling lost in the world Her beloved guardian aunt recently died, and she s dropped out of college, which leaves her drifting She is grieving, and doesn t know where her life is going to lead her next And then she gets invited to Tu Reviens, an isl [...]

    3. Tatiana on said:

      I am 25% in and I have no patience left for this book.I think if you liked Bitterblue, you will like Jane, Unlimited It has the same annoying to me qualities it s overwritten, it s unnecessarily convoluted, oversmart, quirky aka ridiculous , and often tremendously boring Just like Bitterblue, this novel spends too much time on the main character running around and puzzling at everything weird that s going on It s frustrating and tedious But a lot of librarians love it So clearly there is somethi [...]

    4. Cait • A Page with a View on said:

      It took me a bit to get into the writing style, but once I did I was pretty interested to see where this story would go Jane s aunt died on a recent Antarctic trip, so a lot of the story is her processing that absence She goes to stay with a super rich friend at a mansion on an island because she promised her aunt if anyone ever asked her to go there she would say yes There s a whole host of odd characters there and something sketchy is definitely going on with disappearances, art thieves, spies [...]

    5. Jessica ❁ ➳ Silverbow ➳ ❁ Rabid Reads on said:

      I think I m reading my new favorite book.

    6. hpboy13 on said:

      Kristin Cashore s Graceling was a thrilling YA fantasy when it debuted nine years ago And I was perfectly happy to stay in the Graceling realm for Cashore s next two books, where she continued to show off her chops at YA high fantasy But there was a different sort of excitement for Jane, Unlimited, Cashore s first foray outside the Graceling Realm, and her first book in five years I fought tooth and nail to get an ARC at BookCon, and it was the first book I read out of my 30 plus pile of books f [...]

    7. sana°¤° on said:

      My favorite reviewer, Elise, said this is her favorite book about girls kissing and how can I not read this, is the real question.

    8. Rachel Reads Ravenously on said:

      4.5 stars People tell you that what happens to you is a direct result of the choices you make, but that s not fair Half the time, you don t even realize that the choice you re about to make is significant Jane Unlimited is the story of a college dropout, still grieving the death of her beloved aunt, who accepts an invitation from a family friend to stay at her estate Tu Reviens Before Jane s aunt died, she made Jane promise that if she ever was invited to Tu Reviens, she must accept And so Jane [...]

    9. Alyssa on said:

      UPDATE, May 27th, 2017 Y ALL I HAVE SOMETHING TO SHARE WITH YOU SOON VERY SOON is a merciless tease O_OUPDATE, April 22nd, 2017 I thought I d share this because MY HEART IS SO HAPPY RIGHT NOW.My ARC set is complete For now Of course I need the full cover shiny ARC NEED But later Also, fear not I ve got hardcovers of the Graceling trilogy, and I ll have a hardcover of Jane, Unlimited heading my way in September It s not just the ARCs I own UPDATE, April 7th, 2017 Guess what I just had the pleasur [...]

    10. ☘Misericordia☘⚡ϟ⚡ϟ⚡⛈ ❂❤❣ on said:

      DNF so far.It s good and twisted and bad and weird and unusual And unusually it didn t click with me Grrr Maybe some other time.Q Aunt Magnolia had said I want you to make me a promise Okay If anyone ever invites you to Tu Reviens, she d said, promise me that you ll go Okay, Jane had said Um, why I ve heard it s a place of opportunity You know I get wild ideas sometimes c Q How will we get to the house she asks She can see no road Will we ascend through the rain, like scuba divers Kiran snorts, [...]

    11. Simona Bartolotta on said:

      4.5 A bell rings somewhere in the depths of the house Why does this have such a low avg rating I honestly don t see why It s such a unique book Don t heed that measly 3.5 and go read it now.RTC

    12. prag ✨ on said:

      ohohoh someone give kristin cashore a fucking award for writing the craziest book that shouldn t make sense but has the best character set to ever existsometimes you read a book where you see yourself in it sometimes you read a book where you hope you ll see yourself someday this is both s a rather confusing set of stories that are in continuation while there is one introduction and several ways paths might diverge after that as each story, there are meant to be read in order i learned that the [...]

    13. Yodamom on said:

      Quit at 46% I struggled to get involved in the story and failed to develop any interest in the characters at almost 1 2 way through the book The dialog between the characters was odd and felt disjointed Really it felt so weird to this reader I was left at this stage in the book still not sure what the book was about When it started with some secret spy group story that just didn t fit at all for me, I lost all interest I should have quit sooner but I loved this author s other series, but this is [...]

    14. Krys on said:

      I think it s safe to say that we have all been awaiting a new book by Kristin Cashore I was delighted to see that there is a new one on the horizon for fall of this year The book, titled Jane, Unlimited, has very little description to recommend it That said, it s become one of the most sought after books of 2017 on pure hype alone I understand very well, because I, myself, both read and adored Cashore s previous trilogy, including Graceling, Fire, and Bitterblue I have been looking forward to so [...]

    15. Stacee on said:

      I loved the premise of this and I know so many people love Kristin s other books, so I was interested I really liked Jane She s inquisitive and maybe a bit snarky and a genuinely nice person There are a lot of characters in this story and a lot of working parts and I struggled to keep everyone straight Plot wise, it is intriguing and yet, it s quite dense in parts It s almost like a Choose Your Own Adventure book and while I loved the idea, I did get bored in some sections It s justa lot Overall [...]

    16. Gretchen Alice on said:

      That was quite like nothing I ve ever read before I m not sure I was entirely prepared for it, either, but the end result was so worth it I know that I m being vague and I m honestly not sure how much to talk about Jane, Unlimited because it s better just to read it But since it doesn t come out for a few months, here s what you need to know 1 Jane has recently lost her Aunt Magnolia, who raised her for most of her life Her aunt once told her to never turn down an invitation to the glamorous isl [...]

    17. Acqua on said:

      More like Rant, Unlimited.This book is weird It s like a choose your own adventure book, which is a really interesting idea I like weird You know what I don t like Bad writing, contrivance and stereotypes.I don t like third person present to begin with, but that wasn t my main problem with the writing She s as relieved as she is ashamed of herself I hardly know her It s none of my business what she does or whom she does it with and I shouldn t be sneaking around spying on her What is wrong with [...]

    18. Melanie on said:

      ARC received via arcsfortrade on Twitter Thank you so much, Christina

    19. Abbie on said:

      I feel guilty about how deeply I disliked this book I LOVE the Graceling trilogy especially the latter two books, Fire and Bitterblue But IMO, this book is kind of a hot and unlikeable mess.For starters, let me say that the structure is really, really cool It s an amazing premise Tu Reviens is awesome and complicated, the book starts out well I sensed promise for the characters and complications in their interactions.But oh my God The weirdness and surplus of strange detail way, way overwhelms t [...]

    20. Sara on said:

      This brilliant book almost defies description and certainly defies my poor skills as a reviewer Kristin Cashore established herself as a bonafide genius of young adult fantasy writing with the outstanding Graceling and Fire but she s positively transcended this and every other universe with this whimsical, wonderful coming of age fairy tale that somehow manages to be a spy thriller, a multiverse traveling sci fi epic, a truly chilling ghost story, a sweet love story, and a fantastical journey to [...]

    21. Claire Legrand on said:

      You know when you finish a book that s so ambitious, beautifully written, and expertly crafted that it feels like you re missing part of yourself when you re done That s how I feel right now Cashore is a master.

    22. Justine on said:

      DNF 45%Maybe it s because I have the flu, but I don t like any of the characters and they are all so rude to each other I m finding it quite grating to read I really don t want to go through this business of choosing different paths on the same story over and over to see where they lead Halfway through the second thread I decided that once through this story was enough for me.

    23. Kayla on said:

      Hey Ya ll Stop by my blog to check out my full spoiler free review of Jane, Unlimited by Kristin Cashoreacelingaccountantblog.wordpHighlights 5 Stars F F OTP Kristin Cashore s first book since 2012 Incredibly well written and well thought out The idea for the book is that after a certain point the book breaks off into 5 separate possible endings, and each story is based off a different decision the MC makes at a point in the story Each part is a different genre, including mystery, spy story, sci [...]

    24. Cori Reed on said:

      My gut instinct was to rate this three stars, but the I sit on it, the I appreciate the sheer writing talent it took to write this book.I was lucky enough to get to hear Kristin Cashore talk about this book several months ago at a breakfast at BookExpo in New York She sold it as almost a chose your own adventure, but the adventure is Jane s Each section of this book is a different genre, based on the decision that Jane makes It s fascinating and well crafted, and Jane herself is a complex and [...]

    25. Keertana on said:

      What a strange novel Anyone who knows me knows that Kristin Cashore s Graceling and Fire rank among my favorite books of all time Which, coming from someone who reads as voraciously as I do, is saying something Needless to say, I ve been excited about Jane, Unlimited for quite awhile but I confess that I m at odds about how I feel about this book On one hand, Jane, Unlimited made me feel like a child again It gave me back that feeling of childhood reading where every page is a surprise and, beca [...]

    26. Melissa on said:

      This book It starts out tight packed and strange, bristling with spiky little clues and oddities Jane is a recently bereaved 18 year old who has followed her aunt s last request, that she accept any invitation she receives to the grand estate Tu Reviens After a fortuitous run in with the house s heiress Jane s former tutor Jane finds herself in the massive, Frankensteinish place amid a cast of variously shady characters on the eve of a seasonal gala.This is Jane standing at the center of the umb [...]

    27. Allison on said:

      I really admire authors who can pull off than one genre It takes talent to manage a completely different tone and voice Kristin Cashore has done that here, and done it well She has written a slightly bizarre postmodern story that is worlds apart from the Graceling series I honestly couldn t tell this was the same author It starts out as a contemporary story set on an island off the coast of New York Jane runs into an old friend, who invites her to the island for a gala that s being thrown by he [...]

    28. Michelle on said:

      I have been waiting for a new Kristin Cashore book for what seems like a bazillion years and I just have to wait until next fall for her next one D

    29. Robin (Bridge Four) on said:

      3.75 Take a Jellyfish Breath StarsI first was introduced to Kristen Cashore when I read her Graceling Series I enjoyed her worldbuilding and imagination in those stories That series was very much fantasy, this is contemporary UF with a twist I m not even sure I can explain the twist because that would totally give away some of the magic of the story It s a little like Clue meets Groundhogs Day Let s just say that Jane is a girl who is at a spot in her life where she could make a lot of choices E [...]

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