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Summary

Love is in the air when five sisters discover that a wealthy and eligible bachelor is suddenly within reach. But it is his friend, the haughty Mr. Darcy, who becomes smitten. Unfortunately for him, the object of his affection is not so easily swayed.

One of the most popular characters in English literature, Elizabeth Bennet is intelligent, witty, well-spoken and ahead of her time. If the terrible rumors about Mr. Darcy are true, he doesn't stand a chance. Yet not all gossip is to be believed when marriage, money, and reputations are on the line. Will Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy circumvent her haste, his ego, and society's expectations to find love?

Written more than two centuries ago, Jane Austen's enduring story of manners, family, and love continues to delight new generations of readers.

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What a shame

Surely for such a great English book it would have been better to have had a reader with no trace of an American accent? How irritating: the dialogue is sublime and is utterly spoilt by the echoes of the Midwest in the narrator’s voice

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Dreadful automated sounding voice

Unfortunately the audio (with American accent) sound like it was automatically generated and lacks the emphasis and nuances of tone that would bring this classic text to life.

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