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Right from the first few pages I really enjoyed reading this book.
Book #77 Read in 2013 Longbourn by Jo Baker This book revolves around the servants, and their points of view, from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.
They did not seem like they cared much for their servants, for if something bad happened to them, they did not seem to notice.
One of the best reads this year. Baker does a masterful job writing a parallel story to Austen's Pride and Prejudice. Read morePublished 20 hours ago by Peg P
Great book, gives an excellent and realistic insight into life behind the scenes of P&P. Loved it!Published 1 day ago by Anna Helmig
There are a lot of Pride and Prejudice fan books out there, and I've read my share, but this one is far above them the great majority (certainly better than the much-vaunted and so... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Impenitent
Very interesting take on what was happening downstairs during the events of Pride and Prejudice. I thoroughly enjoyed it.Published 3 days ago by Joanne M. DelRossi
Great book I read pride and prejudice a long time ago . This is really brings the downstairs to life. Great read.Published 4 days ago by Evelyn H.
Longbourn by Jo Baker is an eye opening novel that sheds light on the lives of the servants who were just fleeting shadows in Pride And Prejudice. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Carol A. Sym
This book is a wonderful read. I could not put it down. After it ended I wanted it to have a sequel. I liked these characters as much as the Bennetts or Darcys.Published 5 days ago by myboysnme
This was an interesting experiment, but nowhere near as fulfilling or thrilling as reading Jane Austin's Pride and Prejudice. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Gina Ryan