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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.
Other reviewers have already hit the nail on the head, so I won't repeat what they've said or belabor the point. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Ellen
The only regret I have about reading this fascinating story is that I didn’t buy it when I first came across it -100s of Pride & Prejudice fanfictions ago. Read morePublished 3 days ago by JoEllen A.
“She stood there on the threshold, feeling quite transparent: the brassy polish of the doorknob seemed to shine through her hand; the evening blue leached right through her. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jessica Curtis
Fascinating look into the lives of those invisible necessary people in the background of Austin's Pride and Prejudice. Great read.Published 6 days ago by Cynthia Rivera Hartzog
Really loved her reimagining of this story and the beauty of her prose. 7 more words needed. Why? I'm done.Published 9 days ago by Renee Samuelson
very good writing , however I felt at times the depiction of Elizabeth wasn't very nice , she came off as ignorant and snooty , which went against my image of Elizabeth in Pride... Read morePublished 18 days ago by CLE
Loved seeing a different side of life than the usual novel set in this period. Really eye-opening.Published 19 days ago by Mystery Lover