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"A powerful modern day reimagining of Charlotte Brontë's classic novel Jane Eyre. Jane learns that in the world of New York's elite, secrets are the greatest extravagance and she must decide if she should trust the man she loves or do whatever it takes to protect her best friend from the consequences of his deception" -- Provided by publisher.
"Growing up in an unhappy family in a small New England town, Jane dreamed of escaping to New York City to study art and live a life of independent adventure. Soon after arriving, she takes a job as a nanny for a mysterious, powerful businessman, Rochester, and his lovable but lonely daughter, Adele, in a lavish apartment filled with unsettling secrets. Jane soon finds herself drawn into a world of intrigue, danger, and romance that takes her far beyond her childhood dreams."-- Page [4] of cover.
Publisher: Los Angeles, CA : Archaia, 2017
ISBN: 9781608869817
Branch Call Number: Fiction Mckenna
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations, chiefly color ; 24 cm


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Moonlillie Apr 16, 2019

the art is gorgeous and that's probably the best thing i can say about this. the story itself removes a lot of the elements of the original novel, and Jane and Edward's relationship only seems worse in modern context. I did like her relationship with Adele though. If it were an original graphic novel it might be better, but as an adaptation of "Jane Eyre" it just doesn't work.

Dec 10, 2018

This book removes all of Jane's wit (which makes reading the original a pleasure) and leaves only the slim plot of her inexplicable attraction to the abusive Rochester. Updating it to a modern era makes the inequities and cruelties of their relationship even more evident. It won't take you long to read it, but might turn newer readers away from the rewards of the original.

Dec 04, 2018

Boooooooooo, this is Jane Eyre given the Cinderella treatment and heinously watered down. Why does Jane Eyre need to be a skinny blonde New Yorker? NO.

Sep 25, 2018

This book has beautiful illustrations and is a modern day re-telling of Jane Eyre. I loved the different take on the story and the sweet relationship Jane has with the daughter. A great read!

JessicaGma Sep 06, 2018

It is a stylish retelling of Jane Eyre but it is both more conventional and better than the original. The artwork is fabulous, and the story focuses more on the daughter than the original novel, which is interesting. Jane is a funky art student and the romance is more contemporary than the original where she's pretty much bullied into the marriage that never takes place.... Anyway, it's not an exact retelling, and that's a good thing!

Jul 12, 2018

Bad! For preteens.


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