About the book:
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’ 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.
I can honestly say that I've been waiting for this novel ever since I finished the Graceling books. So that's a lot of hype and definitely high expectations surrounding Cashore's new novel. I am so glad it didn't disappoint.
Jane, Unlimited is definitely a novel that stands out, from the characters to the storyline. Even though the novel is a tad slow at times, I enjoyed the story tremendously. The main character is likable so I was more than willing to go on this crazy adventure with her. The story itself is so intricate that some readers might be put off by it but I really loved every layer. And boy, does this novel have layers. The structure is like nothing I've ever seen before, which was an added bonus. Cashore makes very bold choices that pay off and kept me reading. I am definitely glad that I was able to read this beauty early.
It is a must read if you are looking for something unique. This quirky little gem will be a great addition to any bookshelf but it is a must for a Cashore fan.