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The Amiable Cassandra: (The Bath Novels of Lady A~, Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B01MZA21VJ
- Publisher : Hye. St. Press; 1st edition (13 January 2017)
- Language : English
- File size : 4951 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 564 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 1,541,974 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Janeites Don’t Know What They Are Missing!Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 September 2017
I can't understand why Janeites aren't absolutely flocking to this book and the whole Bath Novel series, and especially in this 200th anniversary year celebrating Jane Austen's life? You won't find a more fitting tribute to Jane Austen than in this glorious novel. 'The Amiable Cassandra' is a moving, beautifully crafted 'gift' to the Jane whose untimely death robbed us of the novels that could have been. It is impossible not to believe that Jane herself wrote these words and that it is she who is providing the key to what moved her, inspired her, and gave her profound insight into the human soul. Those that are steeped in the life and works of Austen will appreciate the meticulous research and the 'authenticity' of the wonderfully woven plot that is rooted in Jane's own life. It is an absolute pleasure to find it so perfectly rendered by Lady A~, whose writing style is almost spot-on Austen. For those who just love great page-turning emotionally charged fiction, TAC delivers! This is not a pastiche--like the vast majority of those dreadful Austenesque wannabes out there--this is the REAL thing! Buy it or miss out on the best novel since 'Pride and Prejudice'!
Jane Austen lives! - Or does she?Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 10 January 2018
This is a hugely enjoyable ride through Jane Austen's world. The author plays all sorts of tricks - imagine if a (fictitious) Jane Austen wrote an autobiography dressed as a novel - this could be it! Those who know Jane Austen's history will have great fun spotting the references to her life and writing, but even those who don't can enjoy what is at heart a moving love story, with a surprising (perhaps?) ending.
Highly Entertaining Tale of Fictional Jane AustenReviewed in the United States on 29 May 2017
As a fan of the Bath Novels, this second book of the collection was just brilliant. Supposedly crafted by Jane Austen herself, it tells the story of Austen as 'Cassandra Ashton-Dennis', a celebrated (anonymous novelist) who becomes the heroine of her own love story while crafting the books we all know--and those we come to know as the 'Bath Novels'. The protagonists, Cassandra Ashton-Dennis and John Lascelles, are exceptional and the other diverse characters are very engaging; I particularly liked Cassandra's sister, Eliza, and her cousin, Charlotte de Lafayette.This is a highly entertaining must-read for summer.
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I’ve just started reading The Amiable Cassandra and I am ...Reviewed in the United States on 6 March 2017
I’ve just started reading The Amiable Cassandra and I am hooked!!! I need some time off work to sit back and savour. Jane Austen fans… loving this. Jane’s life in fiction… wow.