6 Modern Books for Fans of Pride and PrejudiceAnd like most young women, I devoured Jane Austen in my early teen years. It took several years, but finally I got an advanced copy of Eligible in the mail Thanks, Random House! I was thrilled, and it took everything I had not to beg off work to spend the afternoon devouring it. With quick chapters, witty dialogue, and memorable characters that echoed their inspiration while being wholly modern and original, it was quite delightful. I may have laughed out loud several times. Once I was finished, I was craving more modern stories that have the same feel of Pride and Prejudice —the keen insight into characters, the family drama and the romance, wit and wisdom but also a heavy dose of gossip.
What are the best modern Pride and Prejudice books?
Finished the classic novel by Jane Austen and not sure what to read next? It can be tough to find a love story that lives up to the relationship between Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. From Regency-era novels to retellings, these books are sure to re-instill your belief in true love. Marianne Daventry would prefer not to marry, if possible—and certainly not with the suitor showing her unwanted attention. So an invitation from her sister Cecily to live at her country estate seems like the perfect escape. But her dreams of a peaceful summer are dashed when the Edenbrooke estate brings intrigue, mystery, and maybe even romance into her life. But can she stop her heart from falling in love?
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Posted by Autumn Topping Apr 28, However, there are several kindred novels available for readers who love her work. Two hundred years after her death, Jane still has a loyal following of Janeites. Plus, readers with an undying devotion for Mr. Darcy though I confess an equal devotion to Captain Wentworth.
Available at Amazon. Elizabeth and Darcy have been married for six years, they have two sons, Mr Bingley and Jane live nearby and all is well in their world. Until the night before their annual ball when murder is afoot and, quelle surprise, George Wickham appears to be the villain of the piece. Does what it says on the tin. Elizabeth Bennet and Darcy turn zombie killers when a mysterious plague falls upon Meryton and the dead come staggering back to life. Regency Buck is a good place to start, it was the first Heyer I ever read so I have fond feelings towards it, and features a flighty heiress Judith Tavern and the sardonic Julian St John Audley.