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I Was Jane Austen's Best Friend (original 2010; edición 2010)

por Cora Harrison (Autor)

Series: Jane Austen Series (1)

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In a series of journal entries, Jenny Cooper describes her stay with cousin Jane Austen in the 1790s, and her entrance into Jane's world of beautiful dresses, dances, secrets, gossip, and romance.
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Título:I Was Jane Austen's Best Friend
Autores:Cora Harrison (Autor)
Info:Delacorte Books for Young Readers (2010), 352 pages
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I Was Jane Austen's Best Friend por Cora Harrison (2010)

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I really enjoyed this book and was exactly what I wanted. It's a fast and enjoyable read and is pretty light-hearted. For fans of Jane Austen young and old and for those a little nervous to take on the amazing author. Beautifully written from the first page. When finishing this book I felt like I was saying goodbye to two of my best friends. ( )
  IntrovertedBooks | Mar 26, 2018 |
I love anything Jane Austen!! So when I found this book yesterday, I had to have it!! Hope it is good!
  mrsdanaalbasha | Mar 12, 2016 |
I absolutely adored this book, from start to finish. Pride and Prejudice is one of my favourites so I was really interested to read the author's take on young Jane. Everything about this book was just lovely... from the gorgeous cover to the writing that flowed really well. I enjoyed all the characters and really felt like I got to know them. The book was charming, witty and just fun to read. I loved the story of Jenny and Jane- they were both portrayed excellently. I was also glad to see the author's note at the end as I had definitely been wondering what was true and what the author made up, and it was nice to know.

For more of my reviews and recommendations, visit my blog: here ( )
  nicola26 | Mar 30, 2013 |
I didn't like the picture of the Austen family that this presented, so I didn't finish it. ( )
  Bduke | Oct 17, 2012 |
I found this book to be slow and the characters to be dull and not compelling. I didn't find that it resembled a Jane Austen book at all. ( )
  eheinlen | Sep 11, 2011 |
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I Was Jane Austen’s Best Friend is told in the form of Jenny’s 1791 diary entries. This is slightly odd at first because Jenny does not write or speak in traditional Regency style. Her entries are formal, but use much more contemporary language (I’m sure this was done to make the story easier for young adult readers). Aside from the beginning and end of the novel, I found most of the entries pretty boring. At times, it was like reading an actual sixteen-year-old’s diary. There’s a lot of information about the Austen family (Jane’s brothers all seem to have a crush on Jenny) and much detailed gushing over balls and gowns, but not a lot actually happens. Aside from the main romance, there are some subplots with Jane’s cousin, Eliza de Feuillide, and her older brother, George, but other than that, there are quite a lot of mundane details.
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