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Freedom & Mirth: Or, A Pride and Prejudice Serio-Comic Journey: Book One Paperback – March 9, 2017
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About the Author
Robin Elizabeth Kobayashi writes about love and the eccentricities of life in a historical context. She takes delight in the sublime and the ridiculous, the extraordinary and the everyday, the magical and the mystical, and the wisdom that can be extracted from it all. Visit www.facebook.com/freedomandmirth to find out about other stories in the Freedom & Mirth series.
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Top Customer Reviews
The opening mischief in Sherwood Forest may not be for everyone, but once the premise of the novel is revealed, the story takes off. We eventually learn the Colonel’s backstory which takes us to Portugal, York and Scarborough. F&M is filled with rich historical detail (definitely makes me want to see Scarborough). It also includes many comic situations, a few surprising turn of events, and much lively, and at times saucy, dialogue. It pokes fun at some of the staid Regency-era conventions, while staying true to the period.
Most importantly, there are some truly compelling new characters: Sofia-Elisabete, the abandoned little girl, is impossible not to love, and Mrs. Wharton, as the object of the Colonel’s affections, is magnificent. The author does a terrific job in bringing these strong female characters to life.
Definitely worth the time and money to invest in this new author. I’m looking forward to seeing what happens next.