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Jane Slayre: The Literary Classic with a Blood-Sucking Twist
Trivia About Jane Slayre: But as this sells, I am sure Erwin has some other great works all planned out. Her common blood will bring on fevers, maybe apoplexy! I’ve long been a fan of monster mash-ups; you get all the fun of rereading the classic, plus the fun of the supernatural twist.
However, once Jane leaves the zombie-ridden school and goes to work for Mr. Lists with This Book. Mar 03, Kristin Davison rated it really liked it Shelves: She didn’t start out that way though and I loved reading about her growth as she became a kick-ass slayer. But this work is outright sickening.
Jae I was asked in real life I figured I should come back and say something. To ask other readers questions about Jane Slayreplease sign up. So many of these little gems were sprinkled through the book, nods to the original that fans will appreciate. Free eBook offer available to NEW subscribers only. Still, if you haven’t read the original Jane Eyre, I would recommend you to start there.
Jane Slayre: The Literary Classic with a Blood-Sucking Twist by Sherri Browning Erwin
Geeks of Doom is proudly powered by WordPress. Featuring a Gallery Books Readers Guide With his superior build and skills as a hunter, he was on me immediately, shoving me to the floor and rolling with all his weight atop me. John Reed retained the form of a schoolboy of fourteen years old, four years older than I, for I was but ten.
Sherri Browning Erwin, best known for critically acclaimed classic mash-ups Jane Slayre and Grave Expectations, also writes paranormal romance and historical romance as Sherri Browning. Enjoy 16 of 16 people found this review helpful. Review brought to you by OBS staff member Angie Jane Slayer is nane sweet and wonderful love story of a woman who finds herself falling in love with a man not her equal in societal status. Jane Slayre is janr overall entertaining read.
In the end will love conquer all or will Jane be forced to live alone because of her responsibilities with the paranormal world? Maybe I should’ve given it 3 stars?
Review: Jane Slayre | The Literary Omnivore
This is so freakin’ much fun He is attacked on his way home with her and finds himself a vampyre. The reader did and awesome job!
But Irwin here has other factors in play—the vampires, the zombies, the werewolf in the attic—so the rapport between the characters takes a back seat in favor of the fantasy elements. It made me dizzy, but I maintained consciousness enough to know the blow had left a jsne, and the blood enticed John Reed to quiet contemplation of my head.
I really loved the twists and turns, it was almost like a roller coaster ride. Except for some parts that were just entirely redone. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
kane Basic premise of this novel: Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting? I suppose if one has not read Jane Eyre it might be tolerable but as someone who can cite whole passages of the original I am at a loss for words.
Definitely more tongue-in-cheek than any guide I’ve ever read: We had been wandering, indeed, in the leafless shrubbery an hour after dark, but since Mrs. Original Jane has such a serious, fully Victorian sensibility that I couldn’t reconcile those happenings with the paranormal Buffy-esque tone of this fanfic.
May 03, OpenBookSociety.
I wish they had made this into a movie verison rather than Pride, Prejudice and zombies. Who knew that when I first read it so many, many years ago, Mr.
Nov 30, Christy rated it it was ok Shelves: It was worth reading once, if you’re a Bronte fan or like literary mashups, but it’s not memorable.