[ KINDLE ] ❃ Pride/Prejudice Author Ann Herendeen – 1sm.info

Pride/Prejudice Audacious And Masterful.True To Austen S Spirit, Ann Herendeen Has Given Us A Compelling, And Sexual, Novel Of Manners Pamela Regis, Author Of A Natural History Of The Romance Novel Ann Herendeen S Pride Prejudice A Novel Of Mr Darcy, Elizabeth Bennett, And Their Other Loves Revisits The Classic Jane Austen Work To Fill In The Gaps That The Original Left Unexplained And Unexplored Ingenious, Brazen, And Unrelentingly Entertaining Yet Always Appreciative And Respectful Of One Of The World S Most Beloved Literary Works This Masterful Reinvention By The Acclaimed Author Of Phyllida And The Brotherhood Of Philander Is Truly A Pride And Prejudice For The 21st Century.


About the Author: Ann Herendeen

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10 thoughts on “Pride/Prejudice

  1. says:

    Oh dear Perhaps it s my own failing and there s something I fail to understand about the real motivations for writing, but I find it hard to believe that when Ann Herendeen set out to write this homoerotic slash version of Pride and Prejud


  2. says:

    To start, I have absolutely nothing against the content of this book I ve been around long enough and read enough fanfiction based on series books movies spanning many genres Pretty much nothing can faze me I m sure this book is meant to be tongu


  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I give this story credit for being unlike any PP variation I ve ever read before It was an interesting take on the close friendships presented to us in the original.With tha


  4. says:

    As you can probably gather from the title, this book is an excuse for the author to write lots of sex scenes between Mr Darcy and Mr Bingley And to promote her other book by having its main character be an acquaintance of Mr Darcy This is probably the most obn


  5. says:

    Curiosity has many times been a motivating factor for me to reach out and snag a book A naughty, bawdy version of Jane Austen s Pride Prejudice fell in with this motivation I was all set for a book that would make me squirm and get flustered because it was taken such


  6. says:

    Ok this book was strange I hope it won t affect the way I see Pride and Prejudice, mr Darcy and all the others In Pride Prejudice Ann Herendeen shows us a totally different interpretation of Austens book She finds somethingthan friendship between Darcy and Bingley The two m


  7. says:

    a number of readers seem to be missing the point of this book Herendeen, in her concluding author s notes, states explicitly that part of her purpose in producing this treatment of PP is to review the original from the perspective of a 21st century person I think she does this spl


  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I hated this book on so many levels I m far from a prude, but imagining Darcy and Bingley as gay lovers was just pushing the envelope a bit too far And the sordidness of the sex acts was just revolting I figu


  9. says:

    I absolutely LOVED this book I appreciate the manner in which Ann Herendeen paid tribute to Jane Austen without mimicking her I thoroughly enjoyed how the plot twists, while staying true to the thrust of the original story, drew life, and a wonderful sense of life, by the very nature of the dif


  10. says:

    I am addicted to very few things, and generally have the ability to try at least anything once The one thing that I absolutely cannot get enough of, however, is Pride and Prejudice I blame that early reader for students I picked up in 1998 at a Library in Mayenne, France I was there to study French, a


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