L'indipendenza della Signorina Bennet
Publish date: 2008
Pages no: 444
Edition language: Italian
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Literary Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Read by Tiffany: A rollicking read, but not what I expected from a 20 years later sequel to Pride and Prejudice! Mary attacked by a highwayman, kidnapped by a weird religious cult and held captive in a cage in a cave, Lydia murdered, Lizzie and Mr Darcy unhappy .. quelle horreur!! .. and by the end ...
Since I'm doing backdated reviews of Austen profic by authors I usually like: Man this book was strange! I was ticking along with the plot for the first quarter or so then it's all cults and people living in caves and dead bodies everywhere. What?
Man, if you want to see a fandom wig out, just insert a bit of reality into their happily ever after narrative. This is not a one star book. It's a more than competent piece of fiction. Fiction being the key word. P&P isn't real, folks.Jane Austen books are fun because they aren't demanding. Good an...
La historia no es mala. Creo que esta de más decir que es "la vida de" algún personaje de orgullo y prejuicio.No me gusto que se le tome tanta importancia a Lizzie, menos con una actitud tan cartucha como para no hablar con Darcy acerca de sus "problemas"No me gusto que le digan "Fitz" a Darcy, es t...
Update as on 18 May 2011 - I decided to read the book through since I can't bare to leave a book unfinished.:-/I was forewarned by the reviews that I had read. But I thought I would give this a try anyway...mainly because the author, Colleen McCullough, is a favourite of mine. It was a disaster, thi...
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