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    EBOOK (Only a Novel) I can't possibly give this book a high enough rating so I'm going to rave about it for awhile bear with me Can I just say h

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    EBOOK (Only a Novel) Amy Dashwood ´ 8 read From my first glimpse of it on 's Preview achingly few pageswhich is a good thing I started to fall in love with Only a Novel and main character Elizabeth Her realness and relatability were delightful and gripping it was so easy to slip into he

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    review Only a Novel EBOOK (Only a Novel) read & download Õ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Amy Dashwood First of all this book is awesome if only for the fact that I won it in a giveaway Yeah how awesome is that? But I hate to admit that I won it last summer and haven't read it till this spring Pretty bad I knowAnyway another thing I wanted to mention is that I don't always know exactly what to make of budding writers I've read several things f

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    EBOOK (Only a Novel) Only a Novel begins in the late 1800s with Elizabeth Markette utterly alone and down to her last penny Obsessed although of course she would never admit it with Jane Austen she decides to use the last of her money to head to Europe and seek a job as a governess After all the classic works of Jane Austen Charlotte Brontë

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    read & download Õ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Amy Dashwood Amy Dashwood ´ 8 read EBOOK (Only a Novel) What an adorable bookIt is soooooo cute I love it to pieces I mean it is modeled after Jane Austen's novels and written by one of m

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    EBOOK (Only a Novel) Delightful That’s how I’d have to sum it up in one word This book has all that I look for in historical fiction while having none of the cheesy clichés the boring narrative the unrealistic characters or the s

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    EBOOK (Only a Novel) For the author's first novel I was astounded at how wonderful it was A must for Janeites

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    read & download Õ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Amy Dashwood Amy Dashwood ´ 8 read review Only a Novel I really did like this book The story was very good very sweet and it was very fun placing all the hints at various works of classic literature Lavinia was properly vexing and lovable Rodney was witty and charming Mercy was sweet and

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Hy hasn Affinities and Extremes: Crisscrossing the Bittersweet Ethnology of East Indies History, Hindu-Balinese Culture, and Indo-European Allure t Mr Darcy shown up Elizabeth is foreverrying "to make her life like a novel but running into difficulties "make her life like a novel but running into difficulties along he way Still it has a happy ending which pleased me much There weren any plot holes and it kept moving at a good pace hroughout he whole book It was a very enjoyable storyCharacter Development 55All he characters were very well developed Every line of dialogue seemed o portray heir various personalities Elizabeth kind of aggravated me for a while be her snobbishness owards servants but I was pleased at her character arc Lavinia was certainly an entertaining character Mercy was sweet and Rodney was funny Actually Rodney was my favorite character He liked o say ridiculous hings o make people laugh which caused me o be constantly grinning while I read he book But Rodney was also kind

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understanding I he characters and I was sad o say goodbye at he end of Wendy and the Lost Boys: The Uncommon Life of Wendy Wasserstein the bookOnly a Novel was a well written enjoyable book which I highly recommendFor reviews from me and my sisters visit wwwshirereviewsblogspotcom Delightful That s how I d haveo sum it up in one word This book has all Lilac Girls (Lilac Girls, that I look for in historical fiction while having none ofhe cheesy clich s First Impressions: A Novel the boring narrativehe unrealistic characters or Rejuvenile: Kickball, Cartoons, Cupcakes, and the Reinvention of the American Grown-Up the shallow and overly descriptive romances I find so often in recent works ofhat genre Instead he words dance and sparkle he humor is exuisite he characters enjoyably rue o life and most importantly you can really like and grow attached o Wrong Medicine them If some ofhem are geese from ime o ime hey are lovable geese and hat s what counts The setting 19th century England is my absolute favoriteAs a fan of classic literature and Jane Austen in particular I positively adored all he references and uotes sprinkled about Elizabeth s love of books is probably my favorite part of her character and she s so nice and Catherine Morland about it Some may hink she overdoes it but I uite disagree I am annoyed by books where he heroine is supposedly a book lover but her favorite books are only referenced a few Snow Flower and the Secret Fan times and not very realistically If PP is Elizabeth s favorite book she s goingo hink about it a lot That s he way we are And I loved he authenticity of hat Lavinia and Rodney are both swell characters I bow o heir wonderful senses of humor and I also love Rodney s younger sister Mercy I should like o know what happens in her futureI should probably stop before I go on and on In short it is only a novel a work in which he greatest powers of Countrymen: The Untold Story of How Denmark's Jews Escaped the Nazis the mind are displayed in whichhe most The Song of Homana (Chroniles of the Cheysuli, thorough knowledge of human naturehe happiest delineation of its varieties he liveliest effusions of wit and humour are conveyed o Starstruck the world inhe best chosen language Jane Austen Northanger AbbeyHighly recommended and I eagerly anticipate any future novels written by Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology the brilliant Authoress I really did likehis book The story was very good very sweet and it was very fun placing all he hints at various works of classic literature Lavinia was properly vexing and lovable Rodney was witty and charming Mercy was sweet and Elizabeth was properly Catherine Morland ish I really wanted o give it four stars but The Replacement there wereoo many problems for me o do so in all good conscienceMy first issue was on he grammatical side Often Gok's Wok timeshe sentences seemed rather clunky Most often I noticed his could be easily remedied by rearranging sentence parts using a pronoun instead of a name or adding in a commaMy second problem was hat Journey's End the characters seemed fromime o ime Clementine Rose and the Seaside Escape to speak in a manner a littleoo old fashioned for Why Aren't They Shouting?: A Banker’s Tale of Change, Computers and Perpetual Crisis the era in whichhe story Codebreakers: The true story of the secret intelligence team that changed the course of the First World War takes place 1880 s This was especiallyrue for Elizabeth he main character who was from he US While I cannot say for certain about people of he UK in hat La Philosophie Du Bon-Sens, Ou R�flexions Philosophiques Sur l'Incertitude Des Connaissances Humaines, Vol. 1: A l'Usage Des Cavaliers Et Du Beau-Sexe (Classic Reprint) time period a girl ofhe US no matter who she read and how much she read would speak in a custom normal o her surroundings and eraThird I found he he constant book uoting and referencing in he first half of his book o be a bit much I do realize Branded thathese actions were key No One Wants You: A True Story Of A Child Forced Into Prostitution to some ofhe characters and Letters from My Windmill the overall story line but inhe first half Make Your Mind Up: My Guide to Finding Your Own Style, Life, and Motavation! there was so much ofhis it started Stay with Me to becomeiring Thankfully My Wife's Success - A Sissy Cuck Tale the second half ofhe book had a much acceptable amount of uoting and referencingAlso I would like Reiki And The Seven Chakras: Your Essential Guide to the First Level to have seenhe A Fallen Fortune time between Elizabeth s decisiono go o England and her departure expanded upon I m sure here must have been some emotional conflicts in he selling of her childhood home and all he hings with which she had grown up I would have liked o see his or at least see her giving a sad farewell o her homeLastly here were a few spots in he Kindle version which is Legends of the Improbable Saints the version I read where something had gone wrong withhe formatting causing whole sentences o be cut or blocked out making me have o guess what was going on in Where She Went those missing spotsMy dear Amy I really did enjoy your book And I do recommendo others Wake Up, Mummy: The heartbreaking true story of an abused little girl whose mother was too drunk to notice the reading ofhis bookAnd I hink Amy stole a certain dress idea see green with white roses completely out of my brain without even realizing Ten's novels It isn't But if we old you all The Family Friend the details surroundinghat it would spoil he story so we'll leave he rest for you o find out. Ever admit it with Jane Austen she "decides o use Still Open All Hours the last of her moneyo head o Europe and seek a job as "to use he last of her money o head o Europe and seek a job as governess After all he classic works of Jane Austen Charlotte Bront and Charles Dickens are proof hat romance and adventure and eligible wealthy young bachelors abound in England right Things of course do not happen exactly as she hopes My sister read his book after I did and she made he comment Fast Glamour that she felt like she was reading a book by a good friend who knew allhe same inside jokes she did That s exactly how I felt Family Tradition: Three Generations of Hank Williams too Allusionso so many of my favorite classic books had me smiling and sometimes laughing out loud I hink it was when she used he phrase no nonsense hat I finally lost it and keeled over laughing Even so I have o say what I liked most about his book was he charactersLavinia Twinkle: Sharing Your Faith One Light at a Time the scatterbrained slightly eccentric socialite was definitely my favorite Ihink I was smiling on every page she was present Of course Rodney was a close a second Even if he was Identity: The Demand for Dignity and the Politics of Resentment too Henry Tilney likeo be a hero OhHenry was he hero of Northanger Abbey wasn he Hahaha Ahem Another inside jokeThis book is not written in Dreams Take Flight theypical fashion of modern novels In fact I doubt I ve read any other book like it It was greatly refreshing hough I understand it won be everyone s cup of ea if you ake my meaning The only downside o his book is hat if you re not a Jane Austen fan you probably won get half he jokes and wonder why on earth his lady is mentioned so much especially at The Rules of Acting the beginning Sogo read Pride and Prejudice Sense and Sensibility and Northanger Abbey before you readhis book Or at Boomerang (Part One: Chapters 1 - 19) the very least watchhe movies My review I can possibly give his book a high enough rating so I m going Uncovering Her Secrets to rave about it for awhile bear with me Can I just say how much I love Elizabeth And Rodney OH RODNEY swoons I just fell head over heels in love with him Andhen Pacar Kiriman there was Lavinia and Mercy and andhe whole plot I mean his is he kind of book you alk about enthusiastically o your friends how you wish someone would write it because you d very much love it and read it and War and Government in Habsburg Spain, 1560-1620 treasure your copy and Amy Dashwood wrote it The referenceso Jane Austen s books made me itch o go get my copies and reread hem except hat would have meant putting his book downD Okay I ll settle down a The Safeguard of the Sea: A Naval History of Britain, 660-1649 tad and review it Ahem Bookworm cleared herhroat nervously But what was The Prodigy's Cousin: The Family Link Between Autism and Extraordinary Talent the difference in clearing oneshroat nervously as opposed o just clearing it under normal circumstances cough cough Okay When Middle class Elizabeth Markette s Grandmother passes away she finds out hat she is left well not penniless but close o it So she does what any girl who has read Jane Austen "S Novels Would Do She Buys A "novels would do she buys a o England o become a governess Making accidental friends with Lavinia Sophia er let s just say Lavinia on board ship she stays at heir home until she is secured a position The Escape towo children And hen she discovers life is not like a Jane Austen novel Sad violin music But hen after much rial error and calamity hings work out o a smashing finale I highly recommend his book o "ANYONE AND EVERYONE WHO HAS A "and everyone who has a for he classics and books with plenty of gorgeous dresses and hilarious conversation If you don Sins, The Gita Karma try his book you ll miss a good read Recommended for Ages 10 o Adult interest and reading levelRating GI hadn Clarkson on Cars t heard much abouthis book before a friend lent it o me so I didn really know what o expect I ended up really loving Only a Novel After I finished it I handed it over o my sister who read it in a day She loved it ooWriting 455Only a Novel was very well written It had a very old fashioned feel like hat of he classics but hankfully without he rambling he classic authors were prone Tangled Sheets, Tangled Lies to do It had somewhat of a satiricalone and was full of delightful references Beautiful Day tohe works of Jane Austen Charles Dickens Charlotte Bronte and Lewis Carroll I probably would have enjoyed it if I had read of Jane Austen s works han Pride and Prejudice but I still enjoyed all he references In fact even Goodnight Sweetheart though I am not much of a Jane Austen fan it made me curiouso possibly ry of her books in he future I only deducted half a point because here were some formatting errors in he book It was extremely well proof read but he ext on opposite pages did not always begin and end at he same point on he page and she forgot Deception So Deadly toake The Prayers and Meditations of St. Anselm The Proslogion the header offhe first page of about half of he chapters Most people probably wouldn notice but I end o notice just about all formatting errors Setting 55The setting is primarily in England in The Dragon Token the early 1900s It seemed accurateo me and felt uite real Having always loved British literature I really enjoyed it I liked how it also was not primarily a high class setting but had plenty of servant life I ve always preferred he servants o he rich people in booksPlot 55Elizabeth Markette is convinced her life will be just like hat of a novel but it is anything but hat Real life isn nearly as glamorous Being a governess isn The Appeasement of Radhika: Radhika Santawanam t as wonderful as it seemed in Jane Eyre and Ravels from Philadelphiao London and secures a job as a governess serenely believing hat her new position will be just like one of Jane Aus. ,
Only a NovelFirst of his book is awesome if only for My Life: A Spoken Autobiography the facthat I won it in a giveaway Yeah how awesome is hat But I hate o admit Bipolar Breakthrough: The Essential Guide to Going Beyond Moodswings to Harness Your Highs, Escape the Cycles of Recurrent Depression, and T that I won it last summer and haven read it Taste Test: Horns Halos tillhis spring Pretty bad I knowAnyway another Cardio Strength Training: Torch Fat, Build Muscle, and Get Stronger Faster thing I wantedo mention is hat I don always know exactly what Season of Valor (Battles of Destiny to make of budding writers I ve read severalhings from new self published authors and The Uncollected David Rakoff: Including the entire text of Love, Dishonor, Marry, Die, Cherish, Perish they ve been good and not so good I can really say why I m a bit hesitant when reading stuff from self published authors but I am nonetheless I did wonder how Only a Novel would be writing style story plot etc however hose "FEARS WERE COMPLETELY ASSUAGED I AM "were completely assuaged I am o announce The Duke's Daughter that Miss Amy Dashwood did an amazing job on her book in all aspectsBesides all ofhat he protagonist of he story is a Jane Austen loving mistake making otally adorable character Elizabeth Markette She is so incredibly relatable o me in her wish o do hings just like Austen s heroines would One line hat really personified Elizabeth and stuck out o me was Elizabeth stuck her finger into Emma o mark her place and stared out over he water It was a romantic pose so she held it a little longer as she Temporary Rancher thoughtAmy Dashwood from here on out just referredo as Amy gave voice o a lot of hose White Devil: Das Grauen Kehrt Zurück things we Janeiteshink but rarely express It honestly was just such a very fun light lovely book o readAnother hing our lovely authoress excelled at doing was keeping he romance so very Austen like I haven read a single book of Austen s Original Minds that has a kiss scene or any deep romantic actions outside of being very much in love To mehat s one of he most beautiful hings in Austen s books I never have Betti on the High Wire to worry about one being appropriate orhere being simply oo much kissing hugging etcAmy helped all of us out by keeping it o he awesome minimum of none In he style of Jane Austen Spin Control there was no kissing hugging etcHoweverhat doesn Level Up Your Life: How to Unlock Adventure and Happiness by Becoming the Hero of Your Own Story t meanhere was no romance The Hoarder in You: How to Live a Happier, Healthier, Uncluttered Life the romancehough was sweet innocent and just he perfect fit for his bookI really loved Lavinia She was a spunky unorthodox entertaining sidekick Her completely waveringly unwavering friendship Smart Health Choices: Making sense of health advice to Elizabeth just really madehe book completely and Feel for the Game: To Brookline and Back totally perfect view spoilerShe honestly reminded me of Elinor Dashwood athe point of her breakdown in Spellcast (Maggie Graham tears over Mr Pickering Just aad bit like Elinor hide spoiler What an adorable bookIt is soooooo cute I love it Spellcast to pieces I mean it is modeled after Jane Austen s novels and written by one of my favorite bloggers so obviously it s perfect Elizabeth was a bitannoying atimes but she was a good heroine complex enough Up, Up, Up, Down! to suit my needs and LADYLIKE Oh yes I can hearhe gasps of astonishment issuing from Hello, World! Ocean Life the lips of every person readinghis particular review A ladylike heroine I like a heroine with spunk but I am so fed up with supposedly strong heroines hat a ladylike one is a breath of fresh air And Rodney Oh My Word HE IS ADORABLE And Mercy is no less wonderful Also Lavinia I wasn sure I would like her at first and even now my feelings The Buried towards her are a bit mixed but so far Ihink her a Generous Thinking: A Radical Approach to Saving the University thoroughly good character Andhe kiddosa bit spoiled but fun nonetheless I just want o hug all he charactersExcept Pendleton And evil waxed moustached Mr Boyce YuckEdit 2017 I want very much o write letters as entertaining as he one Lavinia writes For Thin Air (Jessica Shaw, the author s first novel I was astounded at how wonderful it was A must for Janeites From my first glimpse of it on s Preview achingly few pageswhich is a goodhing I started o fall in love with Only a Novel and main character Elizabeth Her realness and relatability were delightful and gripping it was so easy o slip into her Elizabeth s shoes and follow her on her exciting adventureoh and what an adventureOrphaned with no one and no where o go with a very small inheritance Elizabeth Markette decides o do something she has always wished Go o England and become a governess well maybe not he governess part but Linux TCP/IP Stack: Networking for Embedded Systems to England she must go and seek her fortune like so many of her favorite literary heroinesand await her dashing Heroo come fall in love with her marry her rescuing her from what her life has becomeTo say he least hings don go as planned but he delightful journey along A Good Enough Mother the way had me laughing and crying and falling in love with all of her characters From lovable Lavinao Rodney he stable hand and his little sisterher small charges and hat Knights of the Razor: Black Barbers in Slavery and Freedom toad inhe gardenAmy Dashwood s sense of humor delighted me She is supremely witty and has a great knack at pulling out certainly literary references hat enhance he readers delight at just he right places hroughout he book I really cannot say enough wonderful hings about Black Cross this book but I fell in love with it and hope you willooActually I can say one Amazons, Abolitionists, and Activists: A Graphic History of Women's Fight for Their Rights thing GO BUY ITCautionhis book may cause you The whites of gold: a novel to laugh out loud while reading it and make people clamor for youo read what is so entirely witty and entertaining Only a Novel begins in British Malaya: An Account Of The Origin And Progress Of British Influence In Malaya the late 1800s with Elizabeth Markette utterly alone and downo her last penny Obsessed although of course she would Only a Novel chronicles a year in he life of Elizabeth Markette who is forced o earn her own living after he death of her grandmother She

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