If you’re ever thinking of reading Mr. Darcy’s Little Sister, don’t. Just don’t. Stop yourself and just say no to writers who think they can uphold Austen’s standards. Most of them can’t, and this one didn’t.
Anyhow, I’m struggling over what to read next! So I need your help in deciding again of course! Here’s what I’ve got unread on my bookshelf:
- Sarah’s Key by Tatiana de Rosnay
- Paper Towns by John Green
- The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
I also have a really strong want to read Miss Austen’s beloved book over again, and I still also haven’t gotten over my Hunger Games Trilogy sadness. Therefore, I’m seriously debated re-reading The Hunger Games Trilogy or Pride and Prejudice again. Help me? Yes?
- greatbalancing-act answered: Paper Towns is better than the Book Thief in my opinion!
- ofcourseitstrue answered: Sarah’s Key is fantastic and depressing. Ditto on The Book Thief. Paper Towns is on my list to read still.
- trappedbetweenpages answered: You should definitely go for the Pride and Prejudice then if you don’t wanna be sad. The unread three are also VERY good though! Hit em up!
- softsusurrations answered: The Book Thief (: Then go back to P&P and do it again when you have the awful knock-off out of your system (:
- readingfreak answered: The Book Thief is so so incredibly lovely. :D
- mybrainklrs answered: Hunger games
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