"The book is a film that takes place in the mind of the reader." ~ Paulo Coelho

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Presenting... My Sister's Jane Austen Book

I am here for the second in my Presenting... series. Since all the last week I have been particapating in Hamlette's I ❤ Austen Week, I am in an Austen mood, so I asked my sister if I could do her Jane Austen book that she got last Christmas. Here it is:

Jane Austen ~ Seven Novels:
(Owned by my sister)

Last year my dad gave this book to my sister. He knew how much she loves Austen, though he has only seen a few movies. So far my sister has already read Mansfield Park.
Here's the back.
This has all of her published works in it they are:
(As before, when I review them I will put their links here.)

Sense and Sensibility

Pride and Prejudice

Mansfield Park


Northanger Abbey


Lady Susan

This is how wide it is. That is a regular sized pencil. It has a very pretty yellow bookmark.

Right now, I am reading Pride & Prejudice from this book (Because I had such a blast reviewing the 1995 version for I ❤ Austen Week!).

I hope that you once again enjoyed this little series!!



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    1. Yes, it's even better in real life, there are so many swirls and designs that the camera didn't pick up!

  2. That is GORGEOUS!!! I really want to own a pretty copy of each of Jane Austen's books someday. Mine are rather simple. They're nice, but not gorgeous. I adore this copy!!! (And of course the books are like the best things ever, so...that's nice too. :)

    1. It is, isn't it!? My sister is pretty luck, and I'm pretty luck to have a sister who will loan it to me! :) That would be cool! We have a few smaller ones too, but they are not as fancy as this one.
      Yes, they are great to read!
      Thank you for your comment Rae!


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