Rereading: Epic Fail

Rereading: Epic Fail

A contemporary Pride and Prejudice

It was late at night. I just got through two hours of straight-up reading for a research paper. My mind needed a break so I started to browse through my library’s “available now” ebooks and there it was. Epic Fail. From the description, it already read like Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, but something about it sounded fun and intriguing.

So I read it. Didn’t absolutely love it. But it was enjoyable.

And now I’m reading it again.

I’m not sure why.

But I think it has to do with this weird vibes I’ve got this month. The vibes that keep recalling stories I’ve already read and insist I read it again.

So, here I am. Rereading it. And liking it. Again.

Bottom line for a reread: I just had to read Elise’s story again. I mean, I loved her sense of humor and her fierce loyalty to her sister (as does Lizzy with Jane). And something about the setting  . . . yeah. I just had to read it again.


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