I see there are multiple versions of Pride & Prejudice in the Kindle store. Is the free version formatted decently or should I buy one?
The Dickens collection is more than twice as big as the Austen. It's probably downloading now holding up the Twain.stephanie said:Why would it automatically archive those two and how long does this downloading take? I've been waiting 20 minutes!!!
Unless you're already a fan of Jane Austen (and I suspect you're not if you haven't read P&P), don't bother. Pride & Prejudice and Zombies is the worst book I've read since buying my Kindle, and a huge disappointment since I was so excited to read it (I had it preordered). In my estimation, not even "ultraviolent zombie mayhem", nor swordplay, nor ninjas (yes, ninjas) can make Austen entertaining. Not that there's anything wrong with any of those things. But 90% or better of the book is the original P&P text, and it's just a smoozefest if you're not into regency romances. It took me 6 months to read, where 2-3 days is typical for a book of that length, and I more or less had to force myself to finish.modkindle said:Pride Prejudice & Zombies is why I am looking for a copy of pride and prejudice. I want to read the inspiration first.