Free ↠ Rochester By J.L. Niemann – Writerscompany.co.uk

A warning to start with This is not a stand alone book as the description leads us to understand Not even 2 book logy I don t even know if this is a trilogy I have not bought the third book And I don t know if I m going to.This is not a classical, nor it follows completely and faithfully the Jane Eyre, so if you are one of those who stick with veracity, then I suggest you do not read this book However, if you love fan fiction, that is no so badly written, with lots of erotic sex scenes A warning to start with This is not a stand alone book as the description leads us to understand Not even 2 book logy I don t even know if this is a trilogy I have not bought the third book And I don t know if I m going to.This is not a classical, nor it follows completely and faithfully the Jane Eyre, so if you are one of those who stick with veracity, then I suggest you do not read this book However, if you love fan fiction, that is no so badly written, with lots of erotic sex scenes normal ones, nothing bizarre and a male POV Edward Fairfax Rochester s but not of Jane Eyre, then go for it Another warning I was pleased with it because I had just read three books very hard to digest and I needed something that I didn t have to think, even though there were some sexual scenes that I thought were too untraditional coming from Jane s part, a bit too contemporary But, who cares In summon, this is it A fan fiction that has re written the whole story as the author Niemann wanted without any consideration to the novel it was inspired on.Anyway, after reading Eichmann in Jerusalem and The Kind Ones all I wanted was a good romance to forget all the horrors of the Second World War, and this gift came just in time.Thanks, Dolors You re a witch Or as Sophia would say, a fairy god mother Strangely intriguing Very sexual Interesting insight into Mr Rochester Anxious to read the sequels. I discovered after reading it that this was yet another book that began it s life as Fanfic and ended up getting published as part of a trilogy I had little hints here and there but for the most part it was written fairly well that it didn t bother me.The part I feel like the writer got right was Rochester s self loathing and internal struggle Part of the appeal of this character has always been his dark, thoughtful, somewhat obsessive nature And for the first part of the book it goes along s I discovered after reading it that this was yet another book that began it s life as Fanfic and ended up getting published as part of a trilogy I had little hints here and there but for the most part it was written fairly well that it didn t bother me.The part I feel like the writer got right was Rochester s self loathing and internal struggle Part of the appeal of this character has always been his dark, thoughtful, somewhat obsessive nature And for the first part of the book it goes along swimmingly with the original text Our hero is brooding, haunted by his past and despairing for his future The first few chapters were so well written I was ready to sit down and call this one of the best books ever I thought the fact that he was immediately attracted to Jane was a little bit of a break from the text, but was willing to go along with it UNTIL spoiler alert There is a superfluous scene in which he spies on Jane playing piano and writing a song about him, and they sort of make out by the fire Call it intense hugging I was a bit taken aback and think I said Okaaaaaay before reading on Then comes the night when she saves him from the fire Rather than going back to her room like a good Victorian governess would, they MAKE OUT And the making out and close calls continue throughout the book Don t get me wrong, they aren t quite as smutty as they could be, but at the same timeno The great thing about Jane Eyre is that Jane does the right thing, the hard thing, in spite of her passionate nature Our Jane would never be making out on a bearskin rug with her Employer if she happens to love him or not Then comes the confusing, and I think a tad unnecessary derivations from the time line and original plot of Jane Eyre When Mason shows up at the Thornfield house party, Jane is already gone to Gateshead Hall Instead of finding St John, Mary Diana Rivers by providence, Jane is introduced to them through a lawyer There are a lot of instances like this where I finally came to peace with the notion that this book was not for the Jane Eyre purist or even the diehard fan.I did enjoy Mr Rochester s sensual side, his darkly romantic musings, and his heart to heart conversations with his good friend Eshton I also wasinterested in the book s take on Bertha, showing her and Edward as both being victims of their father s greed The Squee noted that there was a definite nod to Wide Sargasso Sea in this book, and I agree as far as the portrayal of Bertha goes there was Also shown in a different light is Blanche Ingram Instead of being a puppet for Rochester to inspire Jealousy, she is a coldly calculating woman with a total absence of heart or conscience And her Dad is super creepy The book is peppered with descriptions of food, and at one point Rochester and Eshton are comparing women to food and one of them remarks Now I m Hungry I had to laugh out loud at that They eat, smoke, and Drink capital d because that s how much they drink in such excess I felt like I had a hangover just from reading about it.Would I recommend this book Sure, if you can look at it as an alternative story from the original It s definitely sexy, and I probably will read the next 2 books because even a slightly different Rochester is still pretty hot I was a latecomer to Jane Eyre to begin with, but was eager to read this alternative perspective on her story Male minds fascinate us all and Rochester s is no exception.I enjoyed the passion she brought to Edward Rochester s thoughts Very manly and, I think, worthy I very much enjoyed her attention to the minor characters and how Rochester interacted with them, from his servants to the barracuda out to claim him as husband Niemann really did some wonderful character studies, here I had s I was a latecomer to Jane Eyre to begin with, but was eager to read this alternative perspective on her story Male minds fascinate us all and Rochester s is no exception.I enjoyed the passion she brought to Edward Rochester s thoughts Very manly and, I think, worthy I very much enjoyed her attention to the minor characters and how Rochester interacted with them, from his servants to the barracuda out to claim him as husband Niemann really did some wonderful character studies, here I had so much fun getting to know the other inhabitants of Thornfield.What bothered me about this novel was that it wasn t really so much of an alternative perspective as it was a re imagining of what might have been AND that the novel is only part one of a series, apparently, leaving the readers standing on a cliff s edge at a major turning point in the Jane Eyre story.So I was not as happy with the story as I thought I would be, but I see it as almost what I would term fan fiction of the Jane Eyre story An Alternative Universe, really A nearly but not quite canonical approach to the classic Will I buy book two I think I willbut I m not sure After Years Of Self Centered Wandering, Shielding My Shattered Spirit From Further Vain Expectation, I Now Knew What It Was To Be Loved Yet A Cursed, Damaged, Aging Wretch As I Had No Right To One So Innocent, Lovely, Good And Gifted As She Edward Fairfax Rochester He Remains One Of Nineteenth Century English Literature S Most Enduring Sex Symbols, And, To This Day, Women The World Over Continue To Swoon For Him Rochester Is An Imaginative Exploration Of Charlotte Bronte S Jane Eyre As Seen Through The Eyes Of A Fiercely Sensuous And Introspective Leading Man His Story Is Told With All The Realism Of A Passionate, Masculine Heart In Narrative Enriched With Keen Observations Of Settings And Fellow Players Through Edward S Words, We Leave Behind Coincidence And Politesse To Wander Through His Evocative World And Probe What Otherwise Might Have Happened From That Compelling First Meeting Onward We Are Given Edward S Life Of Pain And Travel Beside Him To Absolution Through The Unsullied Form Of A Lonesome Young GovernessHere, Rochester Tells Of Their Journey In His Own Uninhibited, Saucy, Conceited, Funny, Manly Way And Would Never Dream Of Fading To Black When The Bedchamber Door Shuts The first half of the book was really great love reading through the eyes of Rochester and I think JLN does a really credible job of presenting things from his perspective The sexual component to the book is also believable from Rochester s pov, but not so much from Jane s it goes quite a bit astray for me in the 2nd half The liberties that are taken with the storyline didn t bother me so much, but I would ve liked them to beconsistent if only for Rochester s pov as well I don t think The first half of the book was really great love reading through the eyes of Rochester and I think JLN does a really credible job of presenting things from his perspective The sexual component to the book is also believable from Rochester s pov, but not so much from Jane s it goes quite a bit astray for me in the 2nd half The liberties that are taken with the storyline didn t bother me so much, but I would ve liked them to beconsistent if only for Rochester s pov as well I don t think this book is for everyone, but I enjoyed reading it The one star is for this book trying to emulate what is a classic and then turning the story upside down and inside out This is not a classic This is another fan fiction It s not that badly written as some I have seen recently, but it has ab so lu te ly nothing to do with the spectacular Jane Eyre.Worse, this Jane disgraces the womankind, specially if compared to Jane Eyre And it turns Rochester into a strange I could not recognize.I could go on and on, but I have good books to read. I FINALLY finished It s not that it was difficult or even painful to read It just seemed something to sludge through My biggest complaint is that it ended so abruptly in preparation for the 2nd book in the series, and it took me so long to get through the first that I don t even want to attempt the 2nd book I love Jane Eyre, and this was an interesting concept to attempt Perhaps I just wasn t feeling it. Not as bad as I expected Both the characters and the plot deviate from the original book Edwards was still kind of recognisable, but Jane seemed to have gotten a personality transplant Overall the book was OK, seen as being inspired by Jane Eyre and nothingI ll probably read the sequel once it comes out, just to quench my own curiosity. Not as good as I was hoping for Even read the second, yes there is a second and even suppose to be a third, but found myself losing interest too many times Not Bonte s Jane and Rochesterthat s for sure Rochester


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