Death Comes to Pemberley
Publish date: May 1st 2012
Publisher: Vintage Canada
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Well, I should say that I didn't read the book but watched the TV adaptation - and I am assuming that the adaptation follows the book. On second thought, please tell me I'm wrong and the book is better....or different, because there were a lot of aspects of the story that were just annoying ..... ...
“Heaven and earth — of what are you thinking? Are the shades of Pemberley to be thus polluted?” Austen had no way of knowing it, but it wasn't Elizabeth Bennett that would pollute the shades of Pemberley; it was P.D. James. A couple of pages in, I thought "oh, this is looking good - 4 stars at ...
Not a fan.
This wasn't high on my TBR but it was available on audiobook through my library. I figured that a cozy mystery based on Pride and Prejudice would be a fun, quick read. I was wrong.The author has done a admirable job of emulating the style of language and characters from the beloved Jane Austen class...
This is the first P.D. James book I’ve read, probably because I’m not a big fan of crime novels, but I was drawn in by it’s the historical time period. Moreover, I was doubly intrigued upon realizing Ms. James had befriended the characters of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and given them new lif...
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