Pride and Motherf*cking Prejudice (Classic-Ass Literature, #2)

J.K. Really

You are here: Home - Uncategorized - Pride and Motherf*cking Prejudice (Classic-Ass Literature, #2)


Pride and Motherf*cking Prejudice (Classic-Ass Literature, #2)

Pride and Motherf cking Prejudice Classic Ass Literature It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single woman of small fortune must be in want of a husband But you can trust and believe single not rich Lizzy Bennet was doing just fine Pride and Moth

  • Title: Pride and Motherf*cking Prejudice (Classic-Ass Literature, #2)
  • Author: J.K. Really
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 416
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single woman of small fortune, must be in want of a husband But you can trust and believe single, not rich Lizzy Bennet was doing just fine Pride and Motherf cking Prejudice is a re telling of the greatest novel ever written, because while Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice is perfect in every way, you can only read it for thIt is a truth universally acknowledged that a single woman of small fortune, must be in want of a husband But you can trust and believe single, not rich Lizzy Bennet was doing just fine.Pride and Motherf cking Prejudice is a re telling of the greatest novel ever written, because while Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice is perfect in every way, you can only read it for the first time once And she left out all the curse words Experiencing this iconic romance as a mashup of the original verbatim dialogue and Lizzy Bennet voicing how modern readers react to Mr Darcy and life at Longbourn gives fans of the original a chance to experience the greatest love story ever told as though for the first timeAND finally see Mr Wickham properly cursed out Scroll up and and get yourself a copy

    • Best Read [J.K. Really] ↠ Pride and Motherf*cking Prejudice (Classic-Ass Literature, #2) || [Contemporary Book] PDF ☆
      416 J.K. Really
    • thumbnail Title: Best Read [J.K. Really] ↠ Pride and Motherf*cking Prejudice (Classic-Ass Literature, #2) || [Contemporary Book] PDF ☆
      Posted by:J.K. Really
      Published :2019-01-17T00:51:37+00:00

    One thought on “Pride and Motherf*cking Prejudice (Classic-Ass Literature, #2)

    1. Leslie on said:

      This is not a book for for everyone, but it was a book for me. I found this modern, urban languaged retelling of Pride and Prejudice to be laugh out loud funny. The language is quite adult and not for the sensitive. There are no sexually suggestive scenes but outrageous threats of violence, especially to Wickham. The author only has Lizzy use the bawdy language and modern idioms which somehow makes the ensuing dialogues even funnier.Two of my favorite clean bits were "Like if Bingley can be all [...]

    2. Kristin Davison on said:

      I really enjoyed the first book in this series, but this one doesn't seem as good. It just seems that the author is replacing Lizzys speeches with the modern internal thinking that the novel focuses on. These should be what she's thinking not what she's saying.

    3. Madenna U on said:

      Has some good one liners but overall it is awful. It was almost a did not finish.

    4. Charlene on said:

      After having loved J.K. Really's "imaginative" take on Jane Eyre, I was eager to read her next Classic Literature retelling, and her version of Pride and Prejudice was another hilarious experience! It differed from her take on Jane Eyre, in that Lizzy Bennet's crass, and colorful way of speaking was heard by all, but not remarked upon as odd by any character (where in "Jane Eyre" Jane's colorful language was restricted to her innermost thoughts). I thought it was an interesting distinction - of [...]

    5. Peter Dawes on said:

      HilariousI liked the way it stayed true to the original plot but with a Samuel Jackson twist to it. Great fun.

    6. Kristen on said:

      I am now in love with J.K. Really! I read Jane F---ing Eyre and I had high expectations for this one and I was not let down! The difference in format she used from Jane Eyre was perfect because Lizzy is more vocal so it makes sense that she would be saying all these hilarious things out loud. I really loved it and I'm excited for her take on Wuthering Heights!If you love Pride and Prejudice and don't mind poking fun at it then you will definitely enjoy this novella!

    7. Ruth on said:

      Not worth the time to readThis book if meant to be satire or as if written in the 21 century dialogue is still not very good. It makes the story so trashy and silly. I honestly don't know why she bothered writing it. It bothers me when I have to write a negative review but it wasn't good at all and it's really amazing it got published.

    8. Sandra on said:

      Let's see how much of this I can get throughWell, the vulgar language and constant swearing is totally a distraction. Got this one free, so I thought I would try it. But I would not recommend. It simply lacks any sense of propriety and gentlity. Curse me if you dare!

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *