“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife…”

Which came first, the chicken or the egg? In our modern generation a similar question can be posited: Which came first, the love of the novel, or the love of the BBC miniseries. No one can deny that the British Broadcasting Corporation has breathed new life into what some people would term a dead lifeless irrelevant book. Who can forget the scene where Darcy emerges from a pond covered in pond grass? (And Colin Firth— YUM!)

This is obviously a novel written by someone with not only a passion for the novel but for the miniseries as well. Some scenes in the book evoke reminisces of the show, while others are completely new. This author also has a love of puns and alliteration which shows throughout. Part of the joy in reading this novel is purely looking for the word play

Very amusing and light, almost what one could call a cozy. I can’t say enough good things about this book. NVAJ

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About Navah Vesper Anat Yehudit

I am an avid fan of the Ballet, am expanding my tastes in Opera and all all Classical Arts. I enjoy Japanese art, needle craft, crochet, knitting, and though my past-times are old-fashioned, and some of my ideas are, that isn't necessarily a bad thing in this age of progress for the sake of progress.
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