The 26th of November

A Pride and Prejudice Comedy of Farcical Proportions
Narrated by: Brigid Lohrey
Length: 5 hrs and 19 mins
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The Netherfield Ball: classic. Predictable. Immortalized.

But what if Elizabeth were forced to relive it over and over and over again? Night after night after night?

Elizabeth: clever. Witty. Confident. Suddenly, her confusion and desperation make her question things she long thought she knew.

Mr. Darcy: proud. Unapproachable. Ill-tempered.

In this world where nothing is as it seems, Elizabeth must learn to see through new eyes. Including a man she thought she hated. 

Let the hilarity ensue.

©2018 Elizabeth Adams (P)2018 Elizabeth Adams

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Interesting


I really love this author's work. This is a very interesting twist on the movie Groundhog Day. The story was funny, moving at times and maddening at others.

I really enjoyed the narration of this book.

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Great Story Well Read

So original and well-written. Just finished reading it again, this time on Audible, and loved it just as much as the first time; maybe more as the reader was outstanding!! Highly recommend it!

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Thoroughly Enjoyed The 26th of November

I thoroughly enjoyed the 26th of November. This is the first time I’ve read a P&P with this particular theme of which I will not speak. I highly recommend this book for any that enjoy a good romance; and, in particular to P&P fans. The story and reading is wonderful!

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Couldn't get through it. Inane comedy, but narration made it tedious and made Elizabeth appear younger and sillier than Lydia.

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A General Ridiculous but Fun story

I enjoyed Elizabeth's many trips to the ball. But I found the drugging of Mrs Bennet and Lydia hard to believe. And the pushing of Lydia with a sword and down the stairs very uncomfortable. I feel these do not belong in a story such as this.

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  • TheNameless
  • 09-19-18

Great fun!

This is a quick, easy and thoroughly enjoyable story. Groundhog Day meets P&P as Elizabeth relives the Netherfield ball over and over again! The story is funny, touching and sweet in turns. I love the moments when she just does whatever she wants, but the best thing is the slow growth of her feelings for Darcy. It's completely organic, in character and makes perfect sense.

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  • Lesley Mac
  • 01-13-19

Elizabeth Bennet’s Ground Hog Day

Such an entertaining story. Elizabeth is an absolute delight. Her antics as she tries to rein in her family’s worst excesses are absolutely hilarious, as are her means of dealing with Mr Collins and Miss Bingley. Me Wickham also falls prey to her clever tongue.

Take away all of the restraints placed upon a well bought up gentleman’s daughter in Regency England and you have Lizzy Bennet in this story—essentially, she is Lydia, but with a brain and decorum when in public. 😁.

Darcy is in love with Lizzy, has been for a long time, but when he can stand his deprivation no longer, he still has to go and seek his great uncle, the judge’s advice! Truly, the man has to let go of his restraint!
In the end, love conquers all, but our dear Darcy certainly makes a welter of it. Thank goodness for the judge!

The only down side to this audiobook for me was parts of the narrator’s performance. Her young women were fine, but the voices of the men and also Mrs Bennet didn’t hit the mark. I deducted 1/2 a star because of this.