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    E–pub Download [Jane Steele] µ Lyndsay Faye It was the boarding school that taught me to act as a wolf in girl’s clothing should skulking a greyer shadow within a grey landscape It was London which formed me into a pale wide eyed creature with an errant laugh a lust for life

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    summary Jane Steele E–pub Download [Jane Steele] µ Lyndsay Faye This book enchanted me It reminded me of how passionate I was about learning to read when I was 5 or 6 so that I could read all the stories I wanted to whenever I wanted to and not have to wait my turn to have my parents read them to meIt also reminded me of my first impressions of classics such as the writings of the Bronte sisters and Daphn

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    review ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ö Lyndsay Faye Lyndsay Faye Ö 8 download summary Jane Steele I received a copy of Jane Steele by Lyndsay Faye through NetGalley Thank you to both NetGalley and to Lyndsay Faye for the opportunityTruth be toldnay never hereIf you easily get your petticoat in a bundle then this book is certainly not for you 'Nuff said dear readerAnd then in walks a dark slight figure of a young girl who trai

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    E–pub Download [Jane Steele] µ Lyndsay Faye I'm going to have to apologise in advance because I will be FOREVER fangirling over Charles Thornfield

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Jane Steele summary ô eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF The corpses of her tormentorsA fugitive navigating London's underbelly Jane rights wrongs on behalf of the have nots whilst avoiding the noose Until an advertisement catches her eye Her aunt has died and the new master at Highgate House Mr Thornfield seeks a governess Anxious to know. I received a copy of Jane Steele by Lyndsay Faye through NetGalley Thank you to both NetGalley and to Lyndsay Faye for the opportunityTruth be toldnay never hereIf you easily get your petticoat in a bundle then this book is certainly not for you Nuff said dear readerAnd then in walks a dark slight figure of a young girl who traipses across these pages on silent tiptoe like the vermin in the underbelly of old London Although innocence is her Victorian calling card bold reality states otherwise Who exactly is this slip of a girl that would make Charlotte Bronte shudder at the pure thought of herJane Steele lives with her mother Anne Laure in a small cottage on the distant grounds of Highgate House Anne Laure is frail both in mind and body The two are not welcomed in the main house of Jane s Aunt Patience Barbary Ol Patience has no patience with Jane and she is subjected to cruelty and ridicule Moreover Jane s cousin Edwin is a beast of a boy and you will be the audience for his dastardly anticsAfter the untimely death of her mother Jane is sent post haste to a children s home Jane is perplexed as she has been told repeatedly that she is the rightful heiress to Highgate House by her mother A mysterious letter existsWhile at this children s home Jane makes her presence known and drops her eery Victorian calling card as she flees in the middle of the night with a young companion Becky Clarke Jane and Becky arrive in London and scratch out an existence by hawking stealing swindling and pickpocketing for starters Charles Dickens would smirk with delightUpon seeing an advertisement for the need of a governess at Highgate House Jane writes false letters of reference and secures the position Her aunt and cousin no longer reside there and she is determined to take back what is rightfully hers in due timeThe storyline follows an arc of adventure now with the backdrop of the British East India Company in 1845 The new owner of the Highgate House is Charles Thornfield who had been wounded in the fighting In addition there is the heavy emphasis on the Sikh Empire and the Khalsa armyJane becomes embroiled in her own troubles as well as Thornfield s What transpires will leave you breathless To what length will Jane go to in order to win back what she believes is hers Is there a Pujabi leopard stalking here in the tall grass of Highgate HouseLyndsay Faye has outdone herself with Jane Steele Her brilliant portrayal of the main character is a phenomenal tribute to the dark cellars of old London and to a time period when acts of survival are best kept under lock and key

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Jane Steele summary ô eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF If she is Highgate's true heir Jane takes the position and is soon caught up in the household's strange spell When she falls in love with the mysterious Charles Thornfield she faces a terrible dilemma can she possess him body soul and secrets and what if he discovers her murderous pas. I m going to have to apologise in advance because I will be FOREVER fangirling over Charles Thornfield

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Jane Steele summary ô eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Reader I murdered himA Gothic retelling of Jane EyreLike the heroine of the novel she adores Jane Steele suffers cruelly at the hands of her aunt and schoolmaster And like Jane Eyre they call her wicked but in her case she fears the accusation is true When she flees she leaves behind. Oh I knew who I was a scarlet toothed tigress one forever burdened by the iron weight of her own black stripesmany thanks to the great anmiryam for passing this arc my way because it was so exactly what i wanted to read i don t even feel bad about letting it cut the line of book suitors already vying for my attentions i read a lot of reviews here on goodreadscom and while i have a pretty good memory for books i have read i freuently forget the specific content of reviews after i read them if the book interests me based on a review i add it to my to read list like the review and move along so in my head i misremembered this book as being a retelling of Jane Eyre in which jane herself was a serial killer but that s not it at all it s much cheekier and interesting than thatthis follows the life and bloody trail of jane steele whose experiences mirror Jane Eyre in some ways but is a much easier character for a modern reader to applaud don t get me wrong Jane Eyre is a great book but i personally get a little impatient with the way she sabotages her own happiness based on her notions of propriety or morality and the conventions of her time it s all perfectly reasonable behavior when you re reading with your scholar glasses on but it s not always easy to shelve those modern sensibilities that would prefer jane push up her sleeves and call rochester out on his bullshit instead of uietly absconding to suffer alone on that moral high ground this jane is always pushing up her sleeves but mostly to avoid getting blood all over them it s a fantastically funny and winky companion book jane steele after being orphaned and suffering at the hands of a bitter aunt and an amorous cousin commits her first murder at the age of nine I don t know the term for a child who falls asleep after her first murder and before confessing her sins but I suspect it is not an intensely complimentary onebefore being shipped off to a boarding school worse than the one ms eyre endures but this jane knows how to handle herself in a much proactive way I cocked my head and gauged his condition deadshe has all the ualities that make jane eyre so formidable and likable she s protective of those who are vulnerable than she is she s resourceful and brave and determined but she s amplified from her literary predecessor and she takes care of business when business needs taking care of the novel is presented as an autobiography with a twist I have been reading over and over again the most riveting book titled Jane Eyre and the work inspires me to imitative acts the language locations and details are all in keeping with a traditional victorian novel but jane freuently addresses and deflates their conventions in her own story There is no practice vexing than that of authors describing coach travel for the edification of people who have already travelled in coaches As I must adhere to form however I will simply list a series of phrases for the unlikely reader who has never gone anywhere thin eggshell dawn soaked curtains stained with materials unknown to science rattling fit to grind bones to powder the ripe stench of horse and driver and bog Now I have fulfilled my literary dutiesand succinctly Some memoirs explain social hierarchies by means of illustrative anecdotes but mine is about homicide not ladies schoolsshe continues to reference Jane Eyre both directly and indirectly as jane at twenty four becomes governess to the ward of mr thornfield an enigmatic man who himself has outsider ualities from having lived so long abroad in punjab adopting foreign ways less restrictive than those typical in england at the time allowing jane s less demure female characteristics room to unfurl in all their glory to his great delight it s all around fantastic and it reads like a funnier sarah waters faye has that facility for historical description that s so impressive in watersSome cities bustle some meander I have read London blazes and it incinerates London is the wolf s maw From the instant I arrived there I loved every smouldering inch of itA lad hunched against a shoddy dressmaker s dummy slumbered in cradled by his faceless companion The atmosphere was redolent meat sat piled up to a shop door s limit of some six feet the butcher sharpening massive knives before his uarry Yesterday s cabbage was crushed underfoot and tomorrow s cackling geese were arriving in great crates ready to kill So early the suare we passed through ought to have been populated only be spectres Instead sounds reverberated from all directions treble notes from a bamboo flute the breathy scream of a sardine costermonger the bass rumble of a carrot vendor his cart piled with knobby red digits shouting as his donkey staggered in the slickIt was not welcoming but it was galvanising Arguing with London was useless she was inexorable sure as the feral dawnand she writes every character to full color perfection i howl for clarke nuff saidit s just great stuff a feminist version of a story that was already scandalously feminist for its time but it s not agenda laden it s just a sly calm dissection and reconstruction of something familiar given a fierce new makeoverreader i recommend itcome to my blog

  • Paperback
  • 432
  • Jane Steele
  • Lyndsay Faye
  • English
  • 23 December 2020
  • 9781472217554