I want to go to Austenland. This book was cute and fun. It took the woos of a girls failed love life and mixed with her trying to get over the fact she will never find her Darcy.
Then she goes to this private, secret resort that takes you back to Austen time. FUN.
The dresses and propriety. She thought she found lust/love but who is sure when it's all an act.
Read to find out the ending.
The concept of going on a vacation where you can go to your favorite era.
The end on the airplane.
I want the sequel on audio.
As a Jane Austen reader year in and year out, I found this entertaining and true to the Austen way. Very enjoyable.
The characters were well developed in the Austen style. Interesting and kept me reading.
Darcy of course. What girl doesn't want to go out with a 'Darcy
Would love to read more of Austenland.
Yes! I felt that it was a fun read and I related in many ways to the main character. Anyone who has a long-term love affair with Mr. Darcy will appreciate this book to some degree.
My favorite part is how likeable the main character is.
All of them!
No, it broke up nicely, and since I tend to listen in the car during my commute, it was great for that.
Tell us about yourself! I have been listening to books for 20 years. They get me through long drives, house work and walks with the dog.
I may not listen to again because I don't generally do that. However I would recommend for others to listent. Really enjoyed.
Jane...funny, lost, independent, brave.
It had its moments when I chuckled outloud.
Very cute story. Somewhat predictable but with unexpected plot twists. I loved it and I think all my fellow Austin lovers will too.
I love all of Jane Austen's books so when I looked at the reviews, I thought I would like this book too. Unfortunately I found the book and the characters quite shallow. Some parts of the book were even boring. The narrator was generally good, though some of the different character voices she did were a bit irritating.
All I can say is it took me away from my troubles and I lived this story! I loved Jane and all
her struggles to find herself and happiness. It was a pleasure to listen to from start to finish! It is definately one of my favorites!