I enjoyed this return to Austenland, with some of the characters from the original but plenty of new ones to keep it interesting. I liked how this book was a mystery. It made for a fun sequel.
This was probably one of my favorite audiobooks that I have listened to. It was a pleasant read that had fun, memorable features, like the references to A Wrinkle in Time and the $20,000 Pyramid section headings. The characters were real people with fun quirks. I liked Richard's cheesy jokes.
I liked Miranda. I enjoyed seeing the story through her eyes and being part of the moments when she learned about others and gained empathy and greater understanding about them. She was easy to relate to.
Her voice was pleasant and easy to listen to. She varied her voice well for the different characters; I could easily sense the age differences between the adults and kids in the story.
I enjoyed the part during the assembly when Miranda realized that she was being selfish trying to keep Annemarie to herself instead of also being friends with Julia. I also like when helps Alice out by announcing that she has to go the bathroom. It was a funny, touching moment.
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