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  • Title: Open Your Eyes
  • Author: Jann Rowland
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Elizabeth Bennet meets with Mr Wickham in Meryton, he informs her of his past dealings with Mr Darcy During the course of this conversation, Elizabeth realizes that Mr Wickham is perhaps not all he seems to be and that there may be to the man than amiable manners and a handsome countenance.Though she decides she does not want to be involved with either of theWhen Elizabeth Bennet meets with Mr Wickham in Meryton, he informs her of his past dealings with Mr Darcy During the course of this conversation, Elizabeth realizes that Mr Wickham is perhaps not all he seems to be and that there may be to the man than amiable manners and a handsome countenance.Though she decides she does not want to be involved with either of the men, she finds that it is not easy to extricate herself from the situation One of the men turns out to be strangely compelling, and the other is intent upon inducing her to acknowledge that his version of events is correct The further she is drawn into their intrigues, the Elizabeth realizes that she may have misjudged the situation and that her powers of observation might not be completely faultless in all cases.This tale of love and courtship tells the story of what might have happened had Elizabeth only opened her eyes and used some of her vaunted ability to sketch characters shortly after the beginning of her acquaintance with Mr Wickham and Mr Darcy.
    Open Your Eyes When Elizabeth Bennet meets with Mr Wickham in Meryton he informs her of his past dealings with Mr Darcy During the course of this conversation Elizabeth realizes that Mr Wickham is perhaps not all

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    1. Male perspective on PP I was blown away with Mr Rowland s perspective on Austen s PP His writing the male POV gave new insights into the thinking and rationale of Mr Darcy, Mr Bennet, our dear Colonel and even Wickham It was well known that Austen didn t write about what she didn t know therefore, she did not write the male POV.Having said that, Rowland also did an excellent job in presenting Elizabeth s POV Her thoughts and introspection were provoking as she came to terms with her plight in th [...]

    2. An Older Entry Read With New EyesDiscovered this gem by Hand Rowland while going through the blacklists As with most of his work, he Ives stronger credit for possessing insight to every Bennet female And why not Mr B was discerning enough to marry Mrs B Andeach of the girls doesn t from a blend of his wit and eye and her love of family Oh, Lady Catherine is sufficiently sulphurous, Collins appropriately oleaginous and Wickham fully his ever loving slim self Worthy plot, too, without wearing too [...]

    3. This is a time compressed version of PP with less pride and less prejudice and much less angst than the source material or most variations and sequels.Our tale begins with Lizzy meeting Wickham and despite her dislike for Mr Darcy she chooses not to immediately believe his tale of woe Instead spends days literally days, pondering the two Gentlemen from Derbyshire All this is occurring during the period of Mr Collins visit to Longbourn and thus her utter distraction and disinterest turns Mr Colli [...]

    4. This is the second book by this author that I have read As others have said this book has done away with all the misunderstandings between Elizabeth and Darcy.The biggest change from canon is that Elizabeth is not as impulsive in her judgments or words She has become much insightful, taking her time to ponder the words and actions of not only Darcy but also Wickham And as she picks up on a contradiction from the mouth of Wickham she steps back and realizes that he is not honest But in doing tha [...]

    5. Just loved Mr Darcy If there was a Mr Darcy to love it would be this one He was so open, loving and persistent I loved that just changing a few little things in a story can change so much For instance, Elizabeth being able to catch the discrepancies in Wickham s story, allowing her to step back and re evaluate everything Mr Darcy being willing to expose Wickham at the Netherfield Ball when Elizabeth challenged him Elizabeth taking the time to reform Lydia, Kitty and Mary though I do believe tha [...]

    6. In this version Darcy quickly reveals his dealings with Wickham to Elizabeth and then in turn her father Now that Elizabeth is no longer blinded by the prejudice Wickham ingrained into her of Darcy, she is open to learning about the real Darcy Quickly he will make amends for his rude comment about her beauty and Elizabeth will find herself courted by Darcy before she even realizes it although she is apprehensive to agreeing to a courtship initially I was surprised with how easily Darcy fell for [...]

    7. This Pride and Prejudice variation begins with the introduction of the Bennet daughters to Wickham in Meryton Elizabeth is a sensible being as she questions the revelations of Wickham, and continues as she gives advice to her younger sisters and as she speaks rational to her mother about Mr Collins what if she opened her eyes to her surroundings how would the story change.A very enjoyable tale.

    8. I loved this variation story.I will be reading it again Wickham was Wickham, but Mr Collins Loved to hate him And Mary to see her with spirit My only complaint, wait I don t have one

    9. Enjoyable and well written, but just a little bit too easy Everyone is so nice even Lydia and Elizabeth and Darcy come to an understanding so quickly I thought I d missed something It was also decidedly missing anything resembling passion, which was disappointing.

    10. Good attemptMr Wickham had debts of 5 in the town of Meryton which is the equivalent of 400 in today s economy Considering that he was probably paid only 10 12 annually its a considerable debt load A housekeeper or butler both the top of the servant chain made 24 30 annually.While this writer does a great story for us, leaving out the actions of Caroline Bingley is a great fault.

    11. Another fun Austenation from Jann Rowland The premise in this one basically smoothed out all the missteps and miscommunications that drove the action in Pride and P Made for rather a restful read

    12. Very Eye OpeningIn this variation Elizabeth recognizes the inconsistencies of Wickham s professed wrongs coming from the hands of Mr Darcy This puts her on guard to watch for such whenever he spoke It does not take long for her opinions about both men to begin changing Whereas Wickham had seemed all goodness and politeness, while Darcy had seemed stern, impolite, and terse when not taciturn, her new understanding of Mr Wickham rendered him insincere and perhaps even wicked After being given Mr D [...]

    13. I enjoyed this book a great deal, but the point of variation took it past the point of believability a lot of times, so I had to drop a star for that Elizabeth was just a little too good at reasoning out the motivations behind everything people said or figuring out just the right thing to say to her sisters that would get the best result Basically, it was the JAFF version of how I play video games by looking up the dialogue choices online first to see where they lead, so I can get the story I wa [...]

    14. So all the angst was purposely taken out of the story in this book and the story definitely suffers for it This approach to the story takes the entire arc out of the equation and book just flat lines.

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