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review: Lost in Austen

Lost in Austen: Create Your Own Jane Austen Adventure by Emma Campbell Webster A note beforehand: although released a year…

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review: The Pursuit of Mary Bennet

The Pursuit of Mary Bennet by Pamela Mingle This full-length Austen continuation takes place a few years after the elder…

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review: A Twist of Fate & Forgiving Mr. Darcy

Just a fair warning—these reviews contain spoilers. It’s impossible to evaluate these short stories without discussing their strengths and inadequacies,…

Posted in 19th Century Austen First Line Friday

First Line Friday: 03/03/2017

“Sometimes anger is a living thing.” THE PURSUIT OF MARY BENNET by Pamela Mingle “A tale of love and marriage,…

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review: Suddenly Mrs. Darcy

Suddenly Mrs. Darcy by Jenetta James This is a re-imagining of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice that begins at the…

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review: The Coming of Age of Elizabeth Bennet

The Coming of Age of Elizabeth Bennet by Caitlin Williams In the genre of Jane Austen variations, this is a…

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review: Mansfield Park Revisited

Mansfield Park Revisited by Joan Aiken I’ve not actually read Mansfield Park by Jane Austen, but I have seen a…

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review: The Unthinkable Triangle

The Unthinkable Triangle by Joana Starnes This Pride & Prejudice variation imagines a scenario in which Colonel Fitzwilliam proposes to…

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review: The Other Mr. Darcy

The Other Mr. Darcy by Monica Fairview “I have spent such a long time trying to be a lady. But…

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review: Charlotte Collins

Charlotte Collins by Jennifer Becton Mr. Collins has suddenly passed away in an unfortunate riding accident, leaving Charlotte a widow…

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review: Mr. Darcy’s Dream

Mr. Darcy’s Dream by Elizabeth Aston “All men say [they will be faithful] when they marry; they say that when…

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review: Mr. Darcy, Vampyre

Mr. Darcy, Vampyre by Amanda Grange Wit, humor and suspense are what you will find in this unconventional Austen continuation…