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This is yet another author who made an undeserved fortune off Jane Austen. She could have as easily named the book The North Montrose Book Club and sold four copies. Read morePublished 4 months ago by IreneMiller
Once a month, over the course of six months in 2002, a group of six friends and acquaintances gathers together in one of their homes to discuss one of Jane Austen's novels. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Aletheia Knights
Love two of her other novels (I've not read them all), but can't figure out why this one was so popular.Published 7 months ago by Jerio
After reading Karen Joy Fowler's engrossing novel, We Were all Completely Beside Ourselves, I was eager to read another of her works. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Melbourne Gal
My favorite Austen novel is Pride and Prejudice. I have read the novel three times. I am somewhat of a fan of Jane Austen’s work so it is only natural that I would be drawn to... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Writer's Corner
“We’d let Austen into our lives, and now we were all either married or dating”
The Jane Austen book club
Well what more can we wish for? Read more
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 8 months 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 10 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 11 months ago by Carolyn J. Newcomb