Snow Falling

Snow Falling

It’s been a lifetime (and three seasons) in the making, but Jane Gloriana Villanueva is finally ready to make her much-anticipated literary debut!Jane the Virgin, the Golden Globe, AFI, and Peabody Award–winning The CW dramedy, has followed Jane’s telenovela-esque life—from her accidental artificial insemination and virgin birth to the infant kidnapping and murderous games...

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  • Caitlin

    I wanted it to be a lil better tbh but Jane the Virgin is my favourite show so OF COURSE I LOVED IT. Even though this is about Michael, I’m team Raf for life byeeeeee

  • Emily

    If you like Jane the Virgin, you will like this book. You may not love this book, however. While the narration of the audiobook was wonderful, and I loved the way Simon&Schuster managed to weave the Jane the Virgin plot into a 20th century romance novel set in Miami AND make it believable, I wanted MORE! More details on Jane and Michael's relationship, more details on Jane's relationship with her mother and her abuela, more details on Lucia and Sondra's relationship, more character developme

    If you like Jane the Virgin, you will like this book. You may not love this book, however. While the narration of the audiobook was wonderful, and I loved the way Simon&Schuster managed to weave the Jane the Virgin plot into a 20th century romance novel set in Miami AND make it believable, I wanted MORE! More details on Jane and Michael's relationship, more details on Jane's relationship with her mother and her abuela, more details on Lucia and Sondra's relationship, more character development in general! The ending was great, and I was seriously gripped and had no idea how things were going to turn out (yes, it's a romance so it has to have a HEA or a HFN, but I had NO IDEA what form that was going to take), but I felt like this novel needed to be a bit longer, a bit more involved. Like the show, I suppose. I wanted more of the emotion and the memories from the show to be translated into this book. Still, it was a great read/listen, and is definitely going in the "Comfort Reads" category for when I need a good book to cheer me up after a bad day.

  • Victoria

    Normally I would not review a book I did not finish but the reason I didn't make it through this one is weighty enough for an exception.

    I love Jane the Virgin and was excited by the idea of a tie-in novel. What I wasn't expecting however was that it would basically just be a novelization of the show, with a few changes made due to the different time period. So if you have watched the show, you will know exactly what is going to happen, which completely kills the tension. And if you haven't watch

    Normally I would not review a book I did not finish but the reason I didn't make it through this one is weighty enough for an exception.

    I love Jane the Virgin and was excited by the idea of a tie-in novel. What I wasn't expecting however was that it would basically just be a novelization of the show, with a few changes made due to the different time period. So if you have watched the show, you will know exactly what is going to happen, which completely kills the tension. And if you haven't watched the show... your time would be better spent checking it out than reading this.

    I expected the book's quality to lie with the ghostwriter but she does fine. It just needed to make far more deviations, since not only was the book tensionless, but it also makes me question Jane's creativity, since almost nothing is changed from her in world life.

    Very dissapoited by this. I will recommend the show to anyone but cannot recommend this book.

  • Stephanie Laurenza

    I wanted to love this so hard. I LOVE Jane the Virgin and thought timing the "real" release of Jane's novel with the fictional release of Jane's novel was borderline genius - I even pre-ordered it. Although I still think it's borderline genius, I'm super disappointed in the book itself. It's essentially the entire storyline of Jane the Virgin (down to seemingly random italicized narrative that isn't really explained). I occasionally read romance novels, so it's not the genre that disappointed me

    I wanted to love this so hard. I LOVE Jane the Virgin and thought timing the "real" release of Jane's novel with the fictional release of Jane's novel was borderline genius - I even pre-ordered it. Although I still think it's borderline genius, I'm super disappointed in the book itself. It's essentially the entire storyline of Jane the Virgin (down to seemingly random italicized narrative that isn't really explained). I occasionally read romance novels, so it's not the genre that disappointed me - it's the style. It is juvenile and almost lazy. Arguably, the disappointment is my fault because I was so excited for this, but I still wouldn't recommend it, even to extreme fans of the show.

  • Gabby

    I love Jane the Virgin, so I just couldn't not own this, even though I'm very firmly, 100% Team Rafael. But, whatever. I wanted to read this . . . and I wish I hadn't. It was my biggest fear going into this that I wouldn't like it because, if I didn't, everytime Jane talked about her book / someone praised it, I'll be cussing at the TV (saying that it's shit). But I read it anyways. JTV is on hiatus right now, so I need some JTV to fill in the gap (I just finished a re-watch). But NO. This was t

    I love Jane the Virgin, so I just couldn't not own this, even though I'm very firmly, 100% Team Rafael. But, whatever. I wanted to read this . . . and I wish I hadn't. It was my biggest fear going into this that I wouldn't like it because, if I didn't, everytime Jane talked about her book / someone praised it, I'll be cussing at the TV (saying that it's shit). But I read it anyways. JTV is on hiatus right now, so I need some JTV to fill in the gap (I just finished a re-watch). But NO. This was terrible. This didn't have the same charm as the show. It was't funny, heartwarming, NOTHING. It was boring. The characters were all one-dimensional. HATE. Ugh. So now, from the time of finishing this, I will try and distance Jane from this novel and think of it only as a dodgy-ass fanfiction of the ghost writer (it felt like dodgy ass fan fiction) and not Jane's actual book. Because I don't think I can take her, or anyone else, who praises this book seriously. All I can think right now is that Jane's manuscript should've stayed in the bin . . .

  • Jessica

    I am normally not a romance reader nor a novelty tie-in reader, but I fucking love

    so fucking much that I want to read the hell out of this.

  • Lior

    oh my god it’s a real book???? AMAZING!!!

  • Nenia ✨ Queen of Literary Trash, Protector of Out-of-Print Gems, Khaleesi of Bodice Rippers, Mother of Smut, the Unrepentant, Breaker of Convention ✨ Campbell

    HAHAHAAHAHAHA JANE THE VIRGIN'S NOVEL IS REAL?!?!?!

    fjsalikfjsldkfsldjfsdljfsl I NEED THIS

    I NEED THIS NOW

    GIVE IT TO MEEE

  • Dana Al-Basha دانة الباشا

    This is hilarious! Must get this book!!

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