Book cover - Pride and Prejudice - Author Jane Austen

Pride and Prejudice

Author Jane Austen

  • Release Date: 2010-10-04
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Score: 4.5
From 21,483 Ratings

Pride and Prejudice Summary

Pride and Prejudice - Adversaries at first in the endless rounds of balls, parties and social gatherings, they soon develop a grudging respect for one another that blossoms into romance when each comes to appreciate the tender feelings that course beneath the veneer of their propriety and reserve.

Pride and Prejudice Review

  • Pride and Prejudice

    By MustardQueen
    The romantic aspect of the book is what interested me at first, but the drama and the characters growing and learning is what sucked me into their world. The detail describing the place or the people and their emotions make you feel as if you are there with the characters. The relationship between Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy is something you read about and donā€™t want to stop reading about. The passion and fire between the two is something I hope to have.

    By Cheshire.TV
    Not to be dramatic, but Pride and Prejudice is the greatest book of all time, and you have not truly lived until reading it. I cannot fix on the hour, or the spot, or the words, which laid the foundation for my love of Jane Austen. It was too long ago. I was in the middle before I knew It had begun.
  • I wish I could wipe my own memory so I could read it for the first time again

    By trust me i'm relevant
    This is one of those books that makes you truly feel invested. One of those books that makes you look at the themes within it, in this case love, personal will, and duty, at work in your own life. READ IT.
  • PTSD from reading P&P - Male/16(at time of reading)

    By Data science developer
    Dear Mr Darcy, Thank you for your detailed account of your adventures in love. Where do I start? I mean itā€™s not a bad book, from a historical fiction setting perspective... but the love story and the girl chit-chats were a bit much for the 16 year old me. Would not recommend for males readers... Would recommend Pride and Prejudice:Zombies for male readers, adds a little bit of flavor to essentially the same story line! Sincerely, Mr Bingley
  • Boring

    By mmmboi32
    I had to read this for my English class.To sum it up it was a waste of time. Nothing here that I learned made me want to time travel for my live regrets
  • Book

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  • A classic example of love.

    By ibrakeforgoats
    This book reminded me so much in style and storyline of Little Women, which is one of my all-tome favorites. There is a type of relationship for everyone in this book, and I see my own self and relationship relating best to Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy. It was a great read, and I loved being able to enjoy it on my phone or at home seamlessly.
  • Love it

    By bigred201323
    For those who say it is utter garbage, are stupid and donā€™t understand it from Janes view. Utter garbage Is no where near what they say. I love this book and itā€™s 1 of the best out there. You donā€™t have to be sophisticated to understand it, but if you say itā€™s utter garbage after reading it... you are just 100% stupid. This is a classic book. Very well written and very well presented
  • Utter Garbage.

    By Zomerset
    Plot? Uninteresting. Characters? Flat. Moral? Beaten into the reader like a black manā€™s wife.
  • Awesome book

    By egg$
    And itā€™s FREE!