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Jane Austen would roll over in her grave if she read this book. The second half developed better than the first half. It was difficult to care about any of the characters.Published 11 days ago by ellen m. patton
As someone who loved the movie adaptation of The Jane Austen Book Club, I must confess I found the book it was based on to be a disappointment. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Inspired by Austen
I had never read a Jane Austen book. After reading about a fictions book club that read a different book of hers each month I still have no desire to read one of her books. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Carolyn J. Newcomb
I found this book to be clever, entertaining and, as ever with Karen Joy Fowler, beautifully written. If you are a Jane Austen buff, and I am, then you will enjoy it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Alp Walker
I would have enjoyed reading more about the characters in the story the characters of Jane Austen's books. It was a good book non the less.Published 6 months ago by Claudia
Although the insight given into each member's personal life provides entertainment, reader's benefits are foremost acknowledged for those recently experienced with Austen's books. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Annie Hendrix
There are plenty of light, feel good books that have an actual plot. Life's too short.
I saw the movie quite by accident, and the movie was better.