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Unearthly Things
Unearthly Things | Michelle Gagnon
After losing her parents in a tragic accident, surfer girl Janie Mason is forced to trade the sunny beaches of Hawaii for the cold fog of San Francisco. Shes never even met her new guardians, the Rochestersan old money family who relish being pillars of high society. Janie feels hopelessly out of place in their world of Napa weekends, fancy prep schools, and cotillions. Nicholas is the only Rochester who treats her with anything resembling kindnessbut hes only six. When she strikes up a friendship with Daniel, a fellow surfer, it feels like things might finally be improving. But something isnt right in the Rochester mansion. There are noisesscreamscoming from the attic nearly every night. Noises everyone else claims they cant hear. Then John, the black sheep of the family, returns after getting kicked out of yet another boarding school. Soon Janie finds herself torn between this new brother and Daniel, who has secrets of his own. Just when she thinks her life cant get any worse, she learns the truth about the Rochesters: what theyre hiding, what they want from Janie, and how far theyll go to get it. From the Hardcover edition.
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AUDIOBOOKINGWITHLEAH
Unearthly Things | Michelle Gagnon
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❐ Overall Rating 4 | Narration 4½
I was surprised actually by how much I liked this. I really enjoyed the creep factor with the ghostly mystery, the fish-out-of-water feel, and the low-key romance. The blurb makes it sound like it has a love triangle...but I don‘t think it‘s like that. I've never read Jane Eyre and I don't think it's necessary to have done so to enjoy this, it may have been why I liked it, even.

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KatieLMae
Unearthly Things | Michelle Gagnon
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4/5⭐️

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Teenreadsdotcom
Unearthly Things | Michelle Gagnon
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Our reviewer had this to say about this new imagining of a classic Victorian romance novel, "Gagnon adds [an] edginess and unrelenting pace to #UnearthlyThings Without being familiar with #JaneEyre readers will still enjoy the supernatural aspects and the gripping entanglements of this young girl‘s situation." If you love Jane Eyre, we highly recommend you check out this ? from #SohoTeen #SohoPress

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Bookaddict
Unearthly Things | Michelle Gagnon
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A very suspenseful story inspired by Jane Eyre. This one kept me on the edge of my seat and was very fast paced.

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BeckyLeJ
Unearthly Things | Michelle Gagnon
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Finished my first #24in48 reading pick. Onto the next!

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BeckyLeJ
Unearthly Things | Michelle Gagnon
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Don't be fooled by the meager stack, these are just the immediate must reads in the TBR (the Michelle Gagnon is on the Nook with a zillion others). #24in48 is #catsoflitsy approved :)

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HiddenGemBooks
Unearthly Things | Michelle Gagnon
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After losing her parents in a tragic accident, Janie is forced to trade the beaches of Hawaii for San Francisco. She‘s never met her new guardians, a family of high society. Janie feels out of place in their world.

But there are screams coming from the mansion's attic at night. Noises everyone else claims they can‘t hear. She learns what the Rochesters are hiding, what they want from Janie, and how far they‘ll go to get it.

#TBR 😱📚

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