While I liked the first installment enough to buy the two others, this second installment wanders into the ridiculous. The decidedly gothic and macabre turn the book takes it a complete contrast to the sentiment of P&P. Not to mention the continual irritation the choice of narrator presents to listener. His nasal voice might make a decent Sherlock Holmes but makes for a disturbing Darcy.
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