Tuesday, April 05, 2016

Ten top books for "Pride and Prejudice" fans

Curtis Sittenfeld’s new novel is Eligible, a reimagining of Pride and Prejudice. One of her ten books every Pride and Prejudice fan must read, as shared at the B & N Reads blog:
The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P., by Adelle Waldman

This whip-smart novel brings Austen’s level of anthropological insight to the romantic machinations of youngish contemporary New Yorkers.
Read about another entry on the list.

The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P. also appears among Jeff Somers's five most disastrous dinner parties in fiction, Melissa Albert's top five books to celebrate the start of the new season of HBO’s Girls, Esquire's five most important books of 2014 and Radhika Sanghani's top ten books to make sure you've read before graduating college.

The Page 69 Test: The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P..

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