Welcome to Austenprose – A Jane Austen Blog, your online source for Jane Austen and her legacy.
Since 2007, Austenprose has grown to become a popular destination for Jane Austen, historical fiction & romance readers, and period drama fans on the Internet. Here you will find information about Jane Austen, Georgian and Regency history, and over 1000 book and period drama reviews. Our diverse staff of reviewers prides themselves in their honest, in-depth reviews and thorough research on any topic they present.
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“The person, be it gentleman or lady, who has not pleasure in a good novel, must be intolerably stupid.” Henry Tilney, Northanger Abbey, Chapter 14
Here at Austenprose.com, we specialize in book and movie reviews of Jane Austen’s works, sequels, and spin-offs of her novels, characters, life and legacy. We also are interested in historical fiction and romance, and period drama.
The reviews are written by a team of dedicated volunteers. Books are offered to the staff by the editor and selected based on their interest. We reserve the right to accept or decline to review any product that is submitted.
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