Being Elizabeth Bennet - Emma Campbell Webster Reviews
Description:ISBN 184354606X / Hardcover: 352 pages / Publisher: Atlantic Books / Published: 8 Oct 2007
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by - written on 12/04/13 (Very useful, 25 readings)
Ever since getting an e-reader, I've been reading very more but trying not to buy physical books - my house looks so much better without the clutter. However, when I saw a copy of this on sale for just a quid at my local WHSmith (the cover was all tatted up, which is why it was so cheap) and discovered it was a create-your-own-adventure (CYOA from henceforth) book based on the works of Jane Austen, I had to buy it. I always loved CYOA books as a child, and I've fairly recently gotten into Austen, so it seemed like a good buy. A brief glance through the introduction reveals that as well as being able to play this as a fairly simple CYOA story, there is also a ... Read the complete review
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