If Classic Literature and Sci-Fi had a Baby…

Jane EyerFinal-FJM_High_Res_1800x2700…it would be Unclaimed by  Erin McCole Cupp.

Intrigued?  You should be.  This novel holds a unique place on the bookshelf that not many can live up to.  In Unclaimed, Cupp manages to take a classic piece of literature, Jane Eyre, and incorporate not only sci-fi but, social justice issues such as child labor, third world poverty, and the lives of unclaimed embryos.

Despite that long list, Unclaimed isn’t a book of propaganda.  It’s a story about a girl who wants desperately to be loved  and to belong in a world that overlooks her at best and abuses her at worst. A look inside the mind and heart of a soul suffering the consequences of her ambiguous heritage, Unclaimed is a story told with love and with hope.  As a reader, you’ll find yourself rooting for Jane as she learns not only to survive but to thrive despite all that’s against her.

In case, you’re still not sure how I feel about this novel, check out my “official” review:

A mistake-everyone tells Jane E that’s what she is.  An unclaimed embryo born into the world alone, Jane lives with a foster family that doesn’t want her and who treats her with a mixture of fear and loathing.  Until one day, Jane finally has had enough.

So begins Unclaimed: The Memoirs of Jane E, Friendless Orphan-Book One.  This futuristic retelling of Jane Eyre is not only compelling and thoroughly enjoyable, it also evokes from the reader compassion for anyone who feels they don’t have a place in the world and helps them realize that all human life has value no matter how small or powerless. Are you a fan of science fiction? The classics?  Then you’ll love Jane_E!

So…what are you waiting for? Go! Read it! It’s on Amazon and everything!

Blessings for the Journey,

S.S.

Come see what all the cool bloggers are reading over at Carolyn Astfalk’s Open Book. You won’t regret it!

 

 

 

 

One thought on “If Classic Literature and Sci-Fi had a Baby…

  1. Thanks for linking up, Laura! I love your headline – If Classic Literature and Sci-Fi Had a Baby. That’s excellent. So is Unclaimed. I’ve always loved Jane Eyre, and I’m really enjoying what Erin has done with it.

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