Jane Eyrotica - Karena Rose Reviews
Description:ISBN 0749959428 / Paperback: 288 pages / Publisher: Piatkus / Published: 1 Nov 2012
Newest Review: ... out as far fewer pages than the original - but I didn't feel too much was lost. I liked the premise of this book, but I felt ... more
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by - written on 04/01/13 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Jane Eyre is a classic I studied to death in high school, but I didn't mind because it's a book I enjoyed then and still enjoy now. Jane Eyrotica is, to put it simply, a smutty version of the classic. Hot on the heels of the likes of Fifty Shades Of Grey, this is a reworking in which the once demure Jane beds anything with a pulse. There have been a few changes, of course. This Jane joins us when she is a legal 16 years old, not a mere 10, so she can, literally and metaphorically, jump right in. At the same time, I felt this re-working stayed reasonably true to the original. Both the story and the characters themselves were recognisable, and it has been some ... Read the complete review
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