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Pride and Prescience by Carrie Bebris
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Mar 14, 08

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Read in March, 2008

Seeing that this book picks up right after Mr. and Mrs. Darcy (of Pride and Prejudice fame) get married, I had a had time getting into this book. In the beginning I could not really picture the Darcy's saying some of the things that were in this book. It was like the writing was so different than Jane Austen that it was jarring. But after about 50 pages I got into the book at started appreciating it for what it is: a lighthearted mystery that happens to continue on the romance of characters I already love. It was an easy read and in fact I looked forward to finding out what happens next each night as I read it before bed. I think you will enjoy this continuation of Elizabeth and Darcy, Jane and Bingley, and some of the other characters. But if you want Austen, then read Austen.
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