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The Perfect Elizabeth by Libby Schmais
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Jan 17, 2011

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bookshelves: austen-esque
Read from January 17 to 19, 2011

Liza & Bette's lovable sisterhood in The Perfect Elizabeth is a fun, easy read much likened to the folly in Jane Austen's Sense & Sensibility. I found this book in perfect condition on the shelf at a thrift store among a plethora of tattered, dusty volumes. My adoration of Miss. Austen solely influenced this purchase, which ended up being a complete joy. Took it too and from class for a day or two to read in between passing and found myself completely taken with these two girls and their highly chick-lit influenced situations(Boyfriend drama, questionable friends, moving away and coming-of-age.)

Overall, light and thoroughly enjoyable read, perfect for a summer day at the beach or an afternoon in the garden under the shade of a tree.
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