Jane Austen : The Complete Novels in One Sitting, Hardback Book

Jane Austen : The Complete Novels in One Sitting Hardback

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Description

This deluxe Miniature Edition is packed with summaries of the novels of one of history's most beloved storytellers, Jane Austen.

All six of her classic novels, Sense and Sensibility Pride and Prejudice Mansfield Park Emma Northanger Abbey and Persuasion are efficiently organized in this compact tome, which is perfect for either digesting small bites of information or devouring in one sitting.

Featuring synopses, character profiles, and two-colour illustrations, this mini book brings to life a collection of timeless stories and the iconic characters that populate the novels of Jane Austen.

Information

  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 208 pages, Two-colour art throughout
  • Publisher: Running Press
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Fiction companions
  • ISBN: 9780762447558

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I received this adorable little volume (smaller than a post-it note) as a gift from my nephew. He lives in the UK, making this little gift even more special.Surprisingly for a book-lover, I haven't read any Jane Austen yet, and I was keen to find out more in Jane Austen - Her Complete Novels in One Sitting by Jennifer Kasius.I started taking this book to appointments (physio, OPSM etc.) and it certainly drew attention from others, but it took me well over one sitting to get through it. Broken down with lists of characters and summary of plot, this little gem covered six Austen novels. The novels were all about romance, marrying within your station and the plot summaries expounded incredibly dull novels.As a result of reading Jane Austen - Her Complete Novels in One Sitting, I'm no longer keen to read Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice, both of which have been on my TBR list for over 3 years. This being the case, I think this miniature book has failed to pique my interest as a reader, but I will always love it for sentimental reasons, and think of my gorgeous nephew whenever I see it.

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