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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’ extravaga

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.
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    Elise (TheBookishActress)

    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

    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 it’s got her trademark strong characters and clever plotting. This book is basically a masterpiece of creative storytelling. Jane Unlimited is split into six sections: an introduction and five stories, each one following Jane through a different paths and a different genre.

    Kristin Cashore is an absolute master at tying different clues and hints of a story together into one compelling mystery. This book instantly reminded me of her earlier book, the equally well thought-out Bitterblue, yet better paced. While Bitterblue was undeniably a bit of a slog, brilliant as it was, this book gets going even faster. I loved seeing every little thread get tied together over time. And while each section is clever in its own way, the true strength of this book is seeing how each section ties together: all of the weird reveals are true throughout the book, and you can tell.

    THE MISSING MASTERPIECE – Agatha-Christie-style mystery
    This chapter is interesting and builds up the rest of the book very well. Also, Ivy and Jane are adorable.

    LIES WITHOUT BORDERS – spy thriller
    Again, builds up the rest of the book very well. I liked the buildup of characters here a lot. Kiran’s character especially got to me.

    IN WHICH SOMEONE LOSES A SOUL AND CATHERINE FINDS ONE – paranormal horror
    As an individual story, I loved this a lot, though I do think it’s slightly unfitting for the book itself. This one is terrifying. I want to give points for the terrifying nature, but I want to take away points for the odd and unfitting nature.

    JANE, UNLIMITED – speculative sci-fi
    This is probably my favorite individual story; it’s so meaningful it could probably stand on its own. I can’t say anything because spoilers but oh man, Jane and Ivy and Ravi and Kiran and Patrick and… everyone. I just love these characters so much.

    THE STRAYHOUND, THE GIRL, AND THE PAINTING – portal fantasy
    The introduction to this chapter is so awesome once you finish! Honestly, my favorite part of this was the ending. I don’t mean this as an insult to the novella; it’s creative and interesting, although very weird. But the ending fits this book so perfectly and made the whole story worth it.

    What I loved most about this book, aside from the reveals, were the dynamic side characters. Tu Reviens is home to a host of odd ducks.
    ➽ Our main character Jane, our slightly quirky and completely hilarious bi lead
    ➽ Twins Ravi and Kiran, the children of patriarch Octavian with his first wife Catherine.
    ➽ Their missing stepmother Charlotte, a character who’s hard to pin down
    ➽ Ravi’s girlfriend Lucy and Kiran’s boyfriend Colin, who are… actually cousins. Imagine being someone’s brother-in-law’s wife and their actual sister at the same time. I honestly don’t know, buddy.
    ➽ Kiran’s old flame Patrick, a servant of the house
    ➽ Patrick’s sister Ivy, one of my absolute FAVORITES.
    It sounds confusing, yes, but these characters are so individually compelling and mysterious that it’s easy to fall in love. I’d read an entire book about almost all of the side characters.

    In terms of complaints, I basically have a couple complaint – the weird labeling conversation around Kiran. I feel like the author was possibly trying to parody the lack of labels used in queer books, but calling a character “panoptically” attracted is a really weird way of saying it. Maybe edit that?

    TL;DR: After around five years of waiting desperately for Kristin Cashore’s new book, this didn’t let me down at all. I don’t know how talk about a book that’s so close to perfect. No way did I get through this review without going all over the place; this is one of the most weirdly good books ever written. I definitely have to recommend this one to any fans of Kristin Cashore. With clever twists and brilliant plotting, it’s a must-read.

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    Cece (ProblemsOfaBookNerd)

    *4.5/5

    This 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 more 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 Revien

    This 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 more 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 island mansion, and she is faced with a choice that will drastically alter her life, no matter what decision she makes.

    From the very beginning, I knew this book would be special. It is unbelievably odd, but fits together so many stories in a way that is always unexpected. With each choice Jane makes, she is thrust not only into a different version of her life, but also into a different genre. From a fast-paced spy thriller to a psychological horror story to a science-fiction adventure, each version of Jane’s life is absolutely unique. And the most impressive part is how they all fit together, how you can see details from each different choice carried across the stories. They read as individual concepts, while also being detailed and layered enough to see the connections between them. I think my favorite was the second story, “Lies Without Boarders”, but I really feel like every story has something completely unique to offer.

    The most striking element of this book is Jane. She is processing grief, trying to figure out where her life is going next, and reconciling her relationship with her aunt. She’s creative, and has a passion for making unusual umbrellas. She’s also branching out and trying to make new connections through the entire book. Some are platonic and some that are potentially romantic. There’s just so much to Jane as a character. And the side characters are also all incredible! My favorites are Kiran, Jane’s old tutor, and Ivy, a girl who works at Tu Reviens and is a love interest for Jane. But while these two are my favorite, this book is absolutely bursting with other fascinating side characters.

    I think the thing that pulled me in first was the fact that it is, on occasion, effortlessly nerdy.There’s a conversation in the first section about favorite companions in Doctor Who, little asides about Harry Potter, and Ivy is mentioned as having a Lord of the Rings ringtone on her phone. These little moments endeared me to Ivy, and later to Jane as she is thrown into various situations, usually while she’s still wearing her TARDIS pajama pants.

    There’s so much more I could gush about, like the fact that the beginning feels like you’ve been dumped into an Agatha Christie novel, or how well the different story threads about art are threaded through the book, or Jane having a crush on another girl and it’s just so normalized that I could cry. Not only that, but her being attracted to a man is also mentioned but that in no way leads to a story about questioning sexuality. Jane likes Ivy. Jane also maybe kind likes Ravi. I was utterly captivated by how sexuality was included without ever being made a central theme. Of course, if you know me as a reader, I live for sexuality being the main point of a story. But to have a bizarre, gothic, adventure novel and just let the main character be effortlessly queer? It made me hope for the future of YA.

    I just absolutely loved every part of this book, and I can’t wait to revisit it in the future. It is definitely a book made for rereading.
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    Tatiana

    Jul 01, 2017

    marked it as abandoned

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    2017,
    starred-2017

    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 clearl

    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 something brilliant about this book that I didn’t get personally.
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