Lynn Xin Yi Ho Xin Yi Ho itibaren Gulen, Norveç
Another nice Austen novel. This one was not quite as romantic as Persuasion or Pride and Prejudice, but still an enjoyable story. We see the story through they eyes of a heroin who is unassuming and naive. Her innocence may be extreme to a flaw but makes her charming and one to easily root for. The hero, Henry, is a gentleman and perfectly suitable for our main character. I enjoyed the turn of events, and change in tone, when Elizabeth leaves Bath and stays at Northanger Abbey. It kept the story fresh and interesting. The story ends a little abruptly with all the ends tied up neatly as all Austen novels are. It would have been nice if it had been a bit more climactic, but still a satisfying ending all the same.
A friend recommended this book to me, and it honestly isn't the sort of book I would normally read. It was pretty engaging, and it did echo a little bit of the community we grew up in. That was creepy. Overall I liked it.