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  1. Jane Austen is Alive in 1925 While suffering greatly from the disease that would take her life, Jane Austen learns that her doctor, Dr Lyford, is conducting some pioneer studies on immortal jellyfish and transdifferentiation In a secret attempt to cheat death, Jane and Cassandra consult with Dr Lyford about using his knowledge to cure Jane Austen s illness or possibly extend her life a little The study unfortunately took a bit longer than expected, and several generations later in the year 1925, [...]


  2. This is a delightful, fanciful story filled with Jane Austen s characters and BONUS Jane Austen herself Her miraculous resurrection in the year 1920 is only a minor plot factor at the beginning and end It s just a plot device to set up the real story, which is the romantic struggles of a dysfunctional family full of 5 daughters sound familiar Jane, who needs money, is hired to act as a sort of governess slash companion slash personal counselor for the girls There s also one son, Will, who also f [...]


  3. JANE AUSTEN LIVES AGAIN by Jane OdiweYes, as well as being a Janeite, I m a sci fi geek Anything that even approaches combining both is bound to get the seal of approval from me Jane Odiwe s books sometimes incorporate elements of time slip and or some sort of fantasy mixed in with a tale involving Jane Austen herself This is one of those tales and extremely well told it is The basic premise is that, as she was dying, Jane Austen s body was preserved by a pioneering scientist and was reawakened [...]


  4. This is a phenomenal story with characters personalities weaved in from many of Jane Austen s books There is even one character who embodies the best parts of her heroines I usually do not like stories based in the 1920 s, but, as I have enjoyed Jane Odiwe s books, I had to read this book She weaves the elements so well together, that for the most part, the era doesn t matter The fact that Jane Austen is alive again, as she was put in some kind of state of suspended animation, is all that maters [...]


  5. Dr Lyford, the personal doctor of Jane Austen has found the secret to immortal life, a secret he has discovered just in time to save Jane When she wakes up she is no longer in 1817 but 1925 Thankfully she is soon employed as a governess to five girls living in the castle called Manberley As you read the book it is easy to see the original characters from Jane Austen s books in this story.An entertaining read.


  6. The premise of Jane Austen Lives Again is exactly as stated the physician who treated Jane Austen at Winchester during her final illness was working on a way to restore her to life and health He did not succeed, but her body was preserved and in the 1920s a descendant of his did what he could not So Jane Austen awakens in the twentieth century and must find her way in the world.She obtains employment as a sort of preceptress companion in a family of aristocrats in economic decline They live in a [...]


  7. Have to start with a disclaimer While I had wanted to win the book on Jane Odiwe s website, I won a lovely brooch for my girlfriend instead I waited a bit to purchase the book, since it was set in the 1920s I really despise the 1920s in the US political and puritanical reasons I won t bore you with I don t know how the 1920s were in the UK I love stories about Jane Austen herself I also highly enjoy, although I know many do not, time passage see and hear Al Stewart s 1978 song novels i.e interch [...]


  8. How to make the unbelievable believable This tale is so beautifully told with intricately interwoven characters from across Jane Austen s books I could not help but become caught up in the lives of this disparate family group of characters as the Janes, character Austen and writer Odiwe, weave their magic to bring the family together My heart stopped when Jane fainted was she going to be allowed her happy ever after, or was her job done You will have to read it to find out, it s well worth it


  9. This is the one I can t finish and I am than halfway through At first, I thought the book was clever but I just can t read it It is too dull for me.


  10. What if Jane Austen returns from the dead but arrives in the 1920 s The Great War is over and life for the aristocracy is changing dramatically So begins an intriguing story with Jane as a governess companion to five girls Jane Odiwe s ability to imagine being inside the head of Jane Austen is uncanny Knowing how aware Jane Austen is of her surroundings and her ability to understand human nature, Ms Odiwe beautifully conveys how Jane would feel, think and act especially how she describes her tho [...]


  11. Oh bring Jane Austen back Thank you, Jane Odiweyou brought Jane Austin back in a very believeable, clever way.A MUST READ for any true Janeite


  12. I generally like time travel books, and books set in the 1920s AND Austenania so this book, in which Jane Austen is transported actually suspended and then reanimated into the 1920s seemed quite promising But it just didn t gel for me I did a lot of skimming just to get through it.


  13. I received a copy of this book in exchange for review.This is a very interesting premise for a book, and I ve definitely never seen a book like it bringing Jane Austen back to life I quite liked it.If you re looking for a scientifically logical book, then this isn t for you In fact, we re given no explanation at all about how the good doctor brought Jane back to life, simply that he did I was okay with that because the book is written in a way that does not strive to be sci fi in the least.For m [...]


  14. If you ve been a fan of the myriad of Jane Austen sequels, prequels and re workings over the years, then you will know that there are many on the market, and for a long time I longed for something slightly different Much to my delight, one of my favourite Austen inspired authors, Jane Odiwe, contacted me to let me know of her new release, and days later, Jane Austen Lives Again landed on my doorstep Exceptional work from a much loved author, Jane Odiwe will pull you into an era of glamour and in [...]


  15. Downton Abbey meets Jane Austen I used to love Downton Abbey Until they started to kill people off, that is Then, all the beautiful dresses, the lifestyle, the stately home couldn t make up for how the sorrow preyed on my mind.Not so in this fabulous book, a wonderful blend of all the good things about Downton and the roaring twenties and the life and works of England s favourite author, Jane Austen Jane Odiwe knows her stuff, and it s apparent in every carefully crafted paragraph of this lovely [...]


  16. This is a very unique story In this book set in post WWI Devonshire, Miss Jane Austen has been resurrected from the dead, the very, quite, altogether dead by her doctor, a man whose family has worked to do this since 1817 There is no real explanation of the science so it is left to your imagination Upon reviving Jane feels she must earn her way in this new world and sets about to become a governess Amid the non science is the idea that every cell in her body has been replaced and she now resembl [...]


  17. A thoroughly delightful read Jane Austen reawakens a hundred and ten years after her death and faces the now industrial world with her usual aplomb Trains and motorised cars and shorter skirts must be accepted.In reduced circumstances, she has to work as a governess Noting the changes in environment, manners and appearance, but never succumbing to depression or undue anxiety, Miss Austen now deals with the same daily social tasks and complications that previously her characters did She has young [...]


  18. Another sweet and fun novel by Jane Odiwe Jane Austen Lives Again brings new life to our beloved Jane Austen except now she must navigate the Roaring 20 s It doesn t really matter how she got there, Jane Austen Lives Again is a quick read connecting much of Austen s work to the lives of the Milton Family, Jane s employers I really enjoyed this story and it s parallels to different Austen stories.


  19. A unique Austen twistNot only does Jane Austen live again in this story, but so do her wonderful stories What fun to be reading along and recognize so many of Austen s characters Jane Odiwe has a gift of bringing them all together in one entertaining story.


  20. Based on a fairly mad idea but a fun read Good fun to match the characters and plot lines in this story with Austen s own characters and plots.


  21. This was so warm, wonderful and charming a book Of all the possible stories, prequels, sequels, reimaginings, modernizations thisis probably the one most Janeites would love most to have unfold.