So I was about to review this book, when it hit me, why do it when my big sister blog already has it covered?
So here we go with an Austenian fused mystery, and perfect for October with it’s supernatural elements!
Pride & Prescience: Or a Truth Universally Acknowledged by Carrie Bebris
So as I’m sure you are aware, whether from reading my post Happy Birthday Pride & Prejudice; or perusing your local bookstore/library; there are a lot of sequels to Pride & Prejudice. But unlike those that write about the Darcy children, or married life of Lizzie & Darcy, this one is a mystery.
Yeah, at first I wasn’t sure about it, but when I started reading it, I actually enjoyed it. I solved the mystery quickly, but it was very well written and worth reading. There were a few things I didn’t like, but I’ll save that until the end.
So are you ready to take on this mystery?
So the book begins at the after-the-wedding-next-day-breakfast. Jane was just married to Bingley, and Elizabeth to Mr. Darcy. Elizabeth is happy about how everything went, and even more…
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