A Little Bit Psychic: Pride & Prejudice with a Modern Twist

If Jane Austen lived in the 21st Century, who knows how Mr Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet would overcome their false impressions, mistaken pride and unfounded prejudices Here is a possible answer Take a humorous journey with post graduate student Elizabeth Bennet as she travels to London to study for her PhD Will her strange dreams of princesses and knights hold her bacIf Jane Austen lived in the 21st Century, who knows how Mr Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet would overcome their false impressions, mistaken pride and unfounded prejudices Here is a possible answer Take a humorous journey with post graduate student Elizabeth Bennet as she travels to London to study for her PhD Will her strange dreams of princesses and knights hold her back or will being just A Little Bit Psychic aid her in discovering that William Darcy is the love of her life
A Little Bit Psychic Pride Prejudice with a Modern Twist If Jane Austen lived in the st Century who knows how Mr Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet would overcome their false impressions mistaken pride and unfounded prejudices Here is a possible answer Take a h

  • Title: A Little Bit Psychic: Pride & Prejudice with a Modern Twist
  • Author: Aimée Avery
  • ISBN: 9781442140035
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “A Little Bit Psychic: Pride & Prejudice with a Modern Twist”

    1. Un po' paranormale, un po' pervertitoLizzyGee: Ho iniziato a leggere questo libro conoscendo già in parte l’opinione di Tintaglia.Tintaglia: Entusiastica, nel caso qualcuno ne dubitasse. [LizzyGee è una donna coraggiosa. Nonostante i molti avvertimenti si è comunque avventurata nella lettura. Io la ammiro, e non scherzo. E specifico che non sono arrivata in fondo alle 110 disastrose pagine di quest'opera, tanta era la ripugnanza che mi ha ispirato. Quindi, il mio parere sarà solo sulla par [...]

    2. I have just finished reading this lovely book. From page one I could not put it down. I had bought it to go on holiday with me, but it seem to call to me so I took it to work and read it in my dinner hour. I love the characters of Lizzy and William and felt so sorry for William when she left to go back to the states. I was so happy when she returned I think that I had tears running down my face as my work mate said 'It must be a good book as no one has been able to get you to put it down and you [...]

    3. 2.5 stars. It would have been 3 stars if a few things didn't happen:1. Elizabeth and Darcy in this book did not reflect anything whatsoever the Elizabeth and Darcy in the original. Sure she was smart and he was rich but he was like a social butterfly and she was a giggling idiot who liked to shop. 2. There were odd sexual encounters that did not fit the tone of the book. It was just weird. I've read sweet romance before that had sex. This part especially wasn't written well. 3. The "tension" poi [...]

    4. You can feel the LOVE between the pages and the sheets.A must read for every romantic. :-)Try it aloud with a partner.

    5. Congratulations, Aimee, on publishing the book! I loved the story and your funky cover looked great!

    6. Loved everything about it!!Loved it from beginning to end. The visions were just enough to make it interesting, but not corny. I like that this modern was set in England , as so many are set in the states!

    7. I really enjoyed this bookthough more because it was light and easy to read. Being a sucker when it comes to anything written with a reference to Pride and Prejudice I had to read it. But I have to admit that I may not have been interested otherwise. It was a very quick read and the references to Pride and Prejudice were not always blatant except for the names of the characters and some of their personalities. The heroine, Lizzie was somewhat annoying, and though described as intelligent she was [...]

    8. This book by Aimée Avery was a delight. It was a small quick read of about 110 pages. I started this one quickly after I finished "Mr. Darcy, Vampyre" since I thought I'd continue the Jane Austen theme.In this 21st century version of Pride and Prejudice, both Lizzy and Darcy liked each other from the start. Since they knew each other as children. Lizzy is psychic and sees things that eventually come true. The big characterizations of Pride and Prejudice still exist in this new telling. Yes, the [...]

    9. My Review: This book had such a great concept, cute cover, and I thought it would be a fun little read. At 110 pages, I thought I could take a lcng breakfast and just enjoy it. Sadly, I couldn't even read those 110 pages. About halfway through, I had finished my meal, and I realized I just couldn't stand it anymore. This is a self published book, and if there had been an editor, I think we could have had a really great little story. Unfortunately, that isn't the case. This is very poorly written [...]

    10. I actually really liked this little book. It surprised me, in a good way. I liked how the author took characters from P&P and placed them in her novella. I found the book to be creative and funny. Found Elizabethto be likable. She is a very driven, intelligent person who was studying abroad (I always dreamed). The few sentences about the author claims that she lives in California, but by her writing I was sure she was British. She used many terms, locations and descriptions in this book that [...]

    11. I was excited about reading this book when it first arrived. I was thrilled with the premise of Lizzie being psychic and was excited to see how the author pulled it off. The book was short, barely 100 pages, and that was more than enough. Between characters that dropped out of the story with no warning never to be heard from again, to the ridiculous amount of explicit material and scenes, this book was the worst JA fan fiction I have ever read. Elizabeth and Darcy’s exchanges in Pride and Pre [...]

    12. This was a fun, light modern twist on Pride & Prejudice. It was a very quick read. I enjoyed the modern take on the story although it was almost exclusively focused on the relationship between Elizabeth and Darcy. I would have liked to have seen more done with the Lydia/Wickham plot line (although naming their first child Sunni Delight was genius) and with the Charlotte/Collins plot line. In this book, Elizabeth has no relationship with either Collins or Wickham. One of my favorite parts of [...]

    13. What a wonderful light, fun and delightful modern day Pride and Prejudice. In this story Elizabeth Bennet is an american and her father works for a compamy that Mr Darcy the elder owns. When Lizzy and William are young they meet several times at the company summer outing. The story jumps to present day where Lizzy is getting her PHD and living in London. She is gifted with being psychic and she is hesitant to relie on her ability and she lacks some confidence. They meet again and in true Austen [...]

    14. This is an enjoyable enough bit of chick-lit, however, it bears no resemblance to Pride and Prejudice at all aside from character named and the fact that Lizzy is unaware of how much Will really likes her.Also, there is a five year age gap between the characters and there is a description of 17 year old Will lusting after Lizzy which is a bit icky, five years is a big gap at that age.If you are hoping for a modern day update of Pride and Prejudice you will be disappointed in this book, but if yo [...]

    15. I sort of collect remakes of Jane Austen books. I'm fascinated by the fact that 6 books written over 100 years ago could essentially create their own modern-day genre. This would be a great addition to the collection, with it's very interesting romance, were it not for some very graphic scenes that never go with Ms. Austen for me no matter how modern the retelling.

    16. I love this story. This is a unique storyline that pulls the reader in as it sets up the story. Lizzy and Will are terrific characters in this story. I felt an emotional connection with them every step of the way through the wonderful and very satisfying ending.

    17. My only complaint is that the book wasn't long enough. I really enjoyed this take of Pride & Prejudice. I think Aimee Avery did a great job at staying true to the characters while throwing them into modern times. Definitely a fun quick read.

    18. Quick, enjoyable read. Believable, modern spin on an Austen classic. Since this is more of a novella than a novel, it makes sense that the story was limited to Elizabeth and William with just mention of the other characters as filler story. Recommend for an afternoon at the pool.

    19. Very cute! Even though the story had VERY little to do with P&P except character names it was a very fun read. The characters were great, the story was wonderful. All and all I had a wonderful time reading it!

    20. it was like a bad made for tv movie, very predictable and choppy. if you are going to do a P&P remake, do it well.

    21. if you are a Jane Austen freak like i am you will love this modern day rendition of P&P. i love everything Lizzy and Darcy so i might be bias :)enjoy!

    22. The only thing it has in common with Pride & Prejudice is the character's names, but it was a fun read.

    23. There are quite a lot of P & P sequels/modern versions. Some I have not tried at all as other reviews put me off. Some I rejected after reading the sample. This is one I read & enjoyed.

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