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  • Longbourne

    Enjoyed the story, but would have liked to read the welcome home Mrs Hill and Mr Bennett felt when they saw the new family.

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  • Longbourn

    I found it to be a delightful read. I am a fan of pride and prejudice as well as the movie. And found this book to be a great extension of a much loved story!

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  • Longbourn

    Excellent book, its a must read for any pride and prejudice fan.

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  • A good paperback

    It's an enjoyable read, with a good plot and some surprising twists, but there's a "mood change" about half way through that contains some violent and unnecessary scenes which seemed out of place and would make me hesitant to recommend it. Still, when you put those aside it's an imaginative and enjoyable piece (but it might change the way you view particular characters... If you like Mr Bennet, probably do not read...)

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  • Pride and servitude

    Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" retold from the point of view of the servants. A neat idea, which emphasises how much and how little the servants know of their masters' doings and (especially) feelings. But it cuts both ways: how much do the Bennetts know of their servants' histories and private lives? "Longbourn" gives the servants lives and voices of their own. Very enjoyable if you know the original.

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