PridePrejudice: Behind the Scenes

PridePrejudice Behind the Scenes Please note PRIDE PREJUDICE BEHIND THE SCENES is a substantially revised version of the out of print Pride Prejudice The Scenes Jane Austen Never Wrote Half of the scenes are new never before publish

  • Title: PridePrejudice: Behind the Scenes
  • Author: Abigail Reynolds Susan Mason-Milks Mary Simonsen Maria Grace L.L. Diamond
  • ISBN: 9780997935608
  • Page: 260
  • Format: ebook
  • Please note PRIDE PREJUDICE BEHIND THE SCENES is a substantially revised version of the out of print Pride Prejudice The Scenes Jane Austen Never Wrote Half of the scenes are new, never before published material.What did Mr Darcy think when he first saw Elizabeth Bennet How did Miss Bingley talk her brother out of proposing to Jane Bennet And how did LadPlease note PRIDE PREJUDICE BEHIND THE SCENES is a substantially revised version of the out of print Pride Prejudice The Scenes Jane Austen Never Wrote Half of the scenes are new, never before published material.What did Mr Darcy think when he first saw Elizabeth Bennet How did Miss Bingley talk her brother out of proposing to Jane Bennet And how did Lady Catherine de Bourgh find out Mr Darcy was on the verge of proposing to Elizabeth 15 authors of Austen inspired fiction decided to answer these questions and Here are the scenes Jane Austen never wrote ones that happened off stage, such as Mr Collins proposing to Charlotte Lucas, and actual Pride and Prejudice scenes from the point of view of different charactersIDE PREJUDICE BEHIND THE SCENES is not a complete novel in and of itself It is a collection of scenes written independently and designed to complement the original The reader can start at the beginning or dip into any scene they choose.Contributing authors include Abigail Reynolds, Mary Simonsen, Susan Mason Milks, Maria Grace, Jack Caldwell, C Allyn Pierson, Shannon Winslow, Colette Saucier, Jane Odiwe, Monica Fairview, Diana Birchall, Marilyn Brant, Kara Louise, Cassandra Grafton and L.L Diamond.

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    1. This is not a typical book nor is it a typical collection of short stories or vignettes. This is a collection of stories by 12 separate authors who decided to fill in the blanks in P&P. Starting with Mr. Bingley viewing Netherfield for the first time. And giving us scenes, some long, some short that would make P&P a 'hidden camera reality show'Because there isn't an agreed upon path to the HEA we all know will come some scenes may actually contradict others because they are written by di [...]

    2. 3.5 rounded up to 4 starsThere are some marvelous authors who contributed to this anthology of vignettes showing us the details not shown in Pride and Prejudice. Each is very well written, and characters are true to Jane Austen's. Some have never been published before, while others have been pulled from a full-length work, and they have been put together in chronological order to present all the nuances "behind the scenes" of that revered book.As intriguing a project as this might sound, I had t [...]

    3. Loved it! The only scenes missing are the hot and sexy ones and how Darcy changes to being less disdainful of others. So much fun! Terrific that all the money goes to The Jane Austen House Museum.

    4. It was actually quite good, but solidified for me that Abigail Reynolds is one of the best JAFF writers out there (I'm also fond of Elizabeth Aston). However, I have tried a few new JAFF authors as a result. This cherry picks the best of their work.

    5. Pride and Prejudice: Behind the Scenes Absolutely delightful group of stories giving a peek into more everyday, intimate activities of Our Beloved Couple, and their friends, and relatives, from the excellent writing skills of a group of talented Authors! Definitely a book for just about everyone, I enjoyed every page. Excellent read.

    6. Interesting shorts of Pride and PrejudiceI bought this because it had a charitable donation attached to it. . I found some chapters interesting. Overall it is well written. But, I think it lacked passiont sexual passion but passion of characters.

    7. The chapters in this book are a fun addition to Pride and Prejudice. The happenings Jane didn't tell us, but the authors thought of. I am hoping to read this in conjunction with Pride and Prejudice once I retire. I think that will be a hoot!

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