Midnight in Austenland: A Novel
Publish date: 2012-01-31
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
I was told that Midnight in Austenland was much better than Austenland and I have to agree. The first book in the series was fun, but I didn't really like Jane and I didn't know much at all about Henry Jenkins/Mr. Nobley, so it was hard to care about their happily ever after. That is not the case...
No. Just no.I thought "Austenland" was such a cute book; perfectly pink and fluffy and some of the best Austen-fanfiction I've read in years. So of course I wanted to read the sequel, as a bit of guilty pleasure always should be indulged. But sadly "Midnight in Austenland" left me with more guilt th...
Even a great audio narrator couldn't prevent me from DNF'ing this book due to sheer boredom. I appreciate the homage to Austen but I couldn't make myself interested in the plot or any of its characters.
Charlotte is a single Mom who is still upset about the way her marriage ended. After reading some Jane Austen books one weekend, she decides to go on vacation to Austenland to attempt to move on with her life. While a guest, there is a murder mystery going on as part of the action, but is it reall...
Liked it a bit better than "Austenland". The mystery was more fun and gothic. I also liked the heroine more in this one. Fun read. Nothing too deep.
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