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Book Review:: Death Comes to Pemberley -PD James

Date started: October 10, 2016

Date ended: November 11, 2016 


I tried guys, I really tried. My aunts (one who has been an English teacher for many years) recommended this book highly because they, like me, love  289 more words

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The late great writer, P.D. James, is no longer with us, which is a shame for anyone who’s read and enjoyed her mystery series featuring Adam Dalgliesh or Cordelia Grey, or her stand-alone books which ranged from speculative fiction (The Children of Men, made into a movie) to historical fiction (Death Comes to Pemberley, a mystery sequel of sorts to Pride and Prejudice, made into a British television series).   415 more words

What's Up Zo? #8: Jump Right In!


Hello everyone!!!

I know it’s been awhile and I apologize to those who check out my blog solely for the book reviews. Life has gotten pretty crazy and I haven’t been able to get ahead of my reviews like I’ve wanted to. 1,217 more words

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Saying Hello To Autumn 

While so many people tend to lust for the long, hot days summer can bring (a rare occurance if you’re a Brit like me…), I’m one of those people that can’t wait to pack away the shorts and bring out the tights and scarves. 240 more words

Mini Reviews! | Reasons to Stay Alive, Death Comes to Pemberley & The Teenage Guide to Stress

Today is my first day of mini book reviews! Please let me know if you guys like this feature, if there’s anything that you’d like me to improve on as well! 901 more words

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Death Comes to Pemberley: Book vs. Mini Series

I can’t believe I’m actually saying this, but this is one of those rare times when the movie is better than the book. To summarize the plot, Elizabeth and Darcy have been married for six years since the end of ‘Pride and Prejudice’, have two young sons, and are comfortably living in Pemberley. 604 more words

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Prejudice and Pemberley 

It is a truth universally acknowledged that the only decent classic heroine is Miss Elizabeth Bennett, even though when I was growing up there did seem to be too distinct camps: those who adored Pride and Prejudice and tolerated Wuthering Heights, and vice versa. 630 more words