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Unclaimed Born not in a past of corsets and bonnets but into a future of cloning and bioterror could Jane Eyre survive This Jane is an unclaimed embryo the living mistake of a reproductive rights center or so

  • Title: Unclaimed
  • Author: Erin McCole Cupp
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 428
  • Format: ebook
  • Unclaimed By Erin McCole Cupp, Born not in a past of corsets and bonnets but into a future of cloning and bioterror, could Jane Eyre survive This Jane is an unclaimed embryo, the living mistake of a reproductive rights center or so her foster family tells her At age ten she is sold into slavery as a data mule, and she must fight for freedom and identity in a world mired between bioscientific progresBorn not in a past of corsets and bonnets but into a future of cloning and bioterror, could Jane Eyre survive This Jane is an unclaimed embryo, the living mistake of a reproductive rights center or so her foster family tells her At age ten she is sold into slavery as a data mule, and she must fight for freedom and identity in a world mired between bioscientific progress and the religions that fear it.

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    1. After I finished Jane Eyre for the first time in January, I thought what better time than now to finally read Unclaimed It had been sitting in my Kindle queue since its release last summer, but I wanted to wait until after I d read the original story before diving into a retelling Unclaimed introduces us to Jane E, an unclaimed embryo being raised as a foster child by the VanDeer family Mrs VanDeer is fairly wealthy and her three biological children receive the best she can afford, but she loath [...]

    2. If you needed proof that Jane Eyre by Chariotte Bronte is a timeless classic, Unclaimed The Memoirs of Jane E, Friendless Orphan Book 1 is it.Erin McCole Cupp expertly re imagines Jane as among America s least wanted in the near future an unclaimed embryo brought to life but unloved then laboring anonymously half a world away from home.Interestingly, Jane s hidden existence in a quasi school sweatshop extends beyond merely weaving textiles, but hidden messages as well Her only solace is the comp [...]

    3. I love the old classics but I also love futuristic stories Unclaimed The Memoirs of Jane E combines both elements in a fun to read, hard to put down book With imagination and a great writing style, Erin McCole Cupp has created a powerful futuristic story that is a real thought provoker Science fiction readers will love the creative futuristic elements At times humorous and other times heart wrenching, this story delves into issues worth considering as society advances Having developed a strong c [...]

    4. This dystopian spin on Jane Eyre transports the reader into a world that, disturbingly, seems just around the corner I was captivated by Jane E s boldness and resilience as she navigated the challenging circumstances of living with a genetic defect in a designer gene world Erin McCole Cupp s novel is a blend of three genres I rarely read 19th century novel, dystopian fiction and fanfic and it s definitely a combo that works.

    5. Jane Eyre might be my favorite piece of literature This re telling is magic The author captures the brilliance of Bront while re imagining the setting and folding in bioethical issues we ll likely face in the future.

    6. After reading Erin McCole Cupp s novel Don t You Forget About Me, I knew I wanted to read her other works In Unclaimed the author offers a gripping retelling of the classic Jane Eyre that drew me in immediately True and embarrassing confession here I have never read Bronte s original, though I have seen three film versions I truly believe you do not need to be familiar with the original, as the characters and plot have so much to offer here This updated story weaves futuristic themes with timele [...]

    7. This is a brave and thought provoking story rich with vivid details and authentic, memorable characters While very different from the fiction I normally read, Unclaimed is a highly creative and successful blending of genres It s like a futuristic coming of age Jane Eyre in a dystopian world.As the story begins, Jane lives with a family that treats her terribly No matter the locale or situation she finds herself in, she wants to be needed, she wants to belong, and she wants to find happiness and [...]

    8. Unclaimed The Memoirs of Jane E, Friendless Orphan by Erin McCole Cupp is the first of three installments of a trilogy that takes the timeless classic, Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, into a futuristic spin.When we first meet Jane E, she is an unclaimed embryo in an unloving foster home setting Upon seeking emancipation, she is taken half way around the world where conditions are grueling Part I concludes as Jane E settles into yet another world a hidden residence underneath the desert where she [...]

    9. Unclaimed by Erin McCole Cupp is a very interesting tale of a girl who is not wanted by her foster family Her foster siblings have abused her and their mother blames her for everything her kids do Tired of the power struggles with the girl, she sells her to an institution that promotes slavery The reader will follow along as she learns how to survive in her new setting and share the struggles she goes through.I really enjoyed the story because it was quite different from anything out there right [...]

    10. Jane E is a dystopian sci fi take on Charlotte Bronte s well loved gothic romantic novel Jane Eyre, as a person and as a story, translates well into a new setting a near future cultural m lange that will make Browncoats smile while Bronte lovers nod along to the beat.Erin McCole Cupp has got something here With barely a bump in a smoothly written narrative, she combines faith and philosophy with a familiar but new story and delivers an ending that s a pleasantly cruel tease of the gothic that wi [...]

    11. Erin McCole Cupp has a gift for painting the social misfit in brush strokes so sharp and transparent, they cut you to the heart within a handful of paragraphs Jane E is infinitely relatable and her world so meticulously drawn, it seems like a world you know, even though it s clearly not I devoured this book and wait breathlessly for the next installment.

    12. Reviewed by A.R.K WatsonUnclaimed, Nameless and Vanished are three novellas that retell the classic novel Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte in a near future America corrupted by biotech, cloning and other crimes against the theology of the body.Subscribe to Catholic Reads to Find Out When this Book Goes on SaleJane Eyre is one of those early feminist novels that has nearly as large a following as Jane Austin s Pride and Prejudice and yet, unlike that book, authors have shied away from adapting Jane [...]

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