Pride and Prejudice Sequels | Austenprose - A Jane Austen BlogLike many, many other women and a few discriminating men I love the novel Pride and Prejudice. Lots of reasons, in fact. Here are eight Pride and Prejudice inspired novels to put on your to-read list. Links used are Amazon affiliate links. Then, while Darcy is away at Pemberly, Geogiana invites Lizzy to stay with her in London, where she remains as a houseguest once Darcy returns. This book is lots of fun as Darcy struggles with his feelings seeing Lizzy in his own home. Unequal Affections by Lara S.
Pride and Prejudice Sequels, Variations, and Adaptations
Most of the earliest published Austenesque novels pre were Pride and Prejudic e sequels — stories that helped readers find the answer to the frequently asked question — what happened next? The end result is a stimulating, compelling, and moving continuation that I will definitely read again and again! Sherwood illustrates a marriage that contains strife, misconception, and outside negative forces. Her tale is one that is not frequently told and by comparison is a little bit darker and poignant than other Pride and Prejudice sequels. A meaningful message, Christmas cheer and celebration, scandals and intrigue, engagements and births, and a profusion of romance! Epic, memorable, and thrilling — Mr. Darcy Takes a Wife will always have a special place in my heart and permanent place on my shelf!
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It is a truth universally acknowledged that readers and writers are obsessed with Pride and Prejudice. Since Sybil G. Next up for our praise or censure is Unmarriageable , a retelling set in Pakistan in by Soniah Kamal. Never one to suffer Austen renovators gladly, I was prepared to be underwhelmed. There have also been some retellings that I really enjoyed, yet I yearned for the full story retold in a fresh and reverent light. If so, it would be catnip to Janeites!