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Sense and Sensibility: An Amish Retelling of Jane Austen's Classic (The Amish Classics) Paperback – March 1, 2016
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I'm a Jane Austen fan. I wondered how it would fit together with an Amish storyline. The answer is it fit rather well. I loved how the story unfolded and Sarah brought this together. The story weaves biblical truth into it and the characters will have you laughing and crying.
All of Sarah's characters were lifelike and I found myself wanting to chase Fanny off of the farm while cheering on Edwin and Eleanor and getting a little chuckle when the bishop visited some of the village gossipers in the end. The book was a wonderful read and being a fan of the original and of Amish fiction it was great to see it all come together.
This is a fantastic read and I'm excited to find this series. I plan on getting the other books in the Amish Classic Series and enjoying some new classics! So grab a copy today. Happy Reading!
I loved the main characters and disliked a few support characters. Which happens sometimes, it's called how real the descriptions and details can be that you are drawn in to the story if the author has a magical way with words.
I look forward to reading more books by Sarah Price. And next time I won't be putting off reading her work.
I received a free copy from NetGalley with the only request to write an honest review about the book. No money was exchanged. This is my review written in my own words.
I didn't like the book :( I don't think it is you. I think it's me. I have loved all of your books except the classics. I think I'm just not drawn to them. They seem to move slowly and be uneventful. I enjoy all of your other books. I get very bored by reading them, and it's just not my thing. Your writing is a daily escape in my life. I look forward to Belle. XOXO, Brenda Turner