Set in Southwest England in the late 1800s, Sense and Sensibility follows the lives of the Dashwood sisters, Elinor and Marianne. When inheritance money from their father does not fall their way, the sisters and their mother must move in with distant relatives. Settling in at Barton Park, the Dashwood sisters discover a new life filled with new acquaintances and different suitors. From these new encounters, their lives are forever changed through a series of love, romance, and heartbreaks. Ultimately, the sisters must choose between sense and sensibility while uncovering secrets about their potential suitors and the wealth-inspired motives the society holds.
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Marianne and Elinor
I've always loved Sense & Sensibility and reader Rosalyn Landor does it full justice. She can do the more emotional scenes very well and can catch the right tone when Jane Austen is being ironic.
The recording was clean and crisp. An excellent reading.
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- W. Fisher
Excellent story and narration
The book is better than the TV series or movie. I highly recommend this book by Jane Austin.
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