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That is an amazing service and the e-books are FREE. There are some to purchase books available on the site but most are free to download, gorgeous covers and multiple formats included. Here are my picks from the selection on offer...
My favourite Austen, it's no secret to those who know me that I have a bit of a crush on Henry Tilney. I can't help it, I have a weakness for witty, sarcastic men and this one is particularly adorable.
The only Austen I have yet to read due to it's scarceness in publication, along with lady Susan, which conveniently is packaged in there as well.
I love this book. This is the book Catherine is reading in Northanger Abbey. It's almost comical in it's gothic clicheness. A really fun read and a perfect companion book for Northanger Abbey.
Seen the mini series, adored the mini series, but still haven't read the novella's. Time to get onto that.
|This collection of novellas centers around the fictional English town of Cranford and surrounding areas and forms the basis for the 2007 BBC mini-series of the same name. The first novella, Cranford, was first published in 1851 and tells the story of the Jenkyns sisters and their nosy neighbors. Next is Mr. Harrison's Confession, a witty piece about a young doctor who recently moves to the town of Duncombe and is involved in many misunderstandings. My Lady Ludlow, written in 1858, is set before the other two novellas. In it the narrator recounts her childhood growing up in Lady Ludlow's household while documenting her observations of political and country life at the time.|
I've only recently discovered Georgette Heyer. I know, I know, how could I never have heard of the amazing wonderful talent that is Heyer before. It baffles me too. I read my first Heyer, The Grand Sophy, earlier in the year and loved it. High time to try another I think.
Who doesn't love a good Agatha Christie novel? There are two on the site so far, two of the lesser known mysteries but this one had a cup of tea on the cover, how could I not get it?