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  • Boring

    I've read much better stories from Ms. Dixon. The characters were boring, the story dragged, and yet the ending seemed rushed.

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  • By reason. by reflection

    it was a very good read. captivating. i could not put it down till i was finished.

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  • Could have been written by Austen herself

    I picked up this novel in 2021 as I was doing a binge of the seven original Jane Austen novels as well as a few modern re-tellings of some of them. This one did not fit into either category but went into a “what if...” I started it with some skepticism as By Reason, By Reflection, By Everything was set in the same time period with characters from the original Pride and Prejudice (and a few additional characters) so seemed a tough job to make a current “what if” seem like it could have been written by Austen herself. I was pleasantly surprised by Dixon’s effort and actually believe that if Jane Austen had been able to read it she might have agreed that it sounded like a novel variation that she could have written and tucked away in a dresser drawer while she wrote a different draft – the one that so many people love. I believe that By Reason, By Reflection, By Everything might be a great read for younger readers who never read the original P&P. or for Austen lovers who don’t mind a little bit of literary re-telling. Despite liking this novel by Dixon I’m not sure if I will read the sister novels in this series. Reading one was a novelty but others might start to wear a bit thin and become either boring, annoying or both.

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  • Too many brides for Darcy!

    With this clever and complicated variation, Ms. Dixon nearly dug a “plot” hole she had trouble escaping. Some think the story dragged, but I felt the story had many branches and complications which would keep ODC from a HEA. And so Our Dear Author had to hand Our Hero the key to getting His Lady in a quick wrap up! Young Darcy destined for Jane was just the beginning twist! Not the absolute best, but worth the read or listen. I did both.

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