Oh, if I wasn't such a huge Jane Austen fan just from reading Pride and Prejudice twice, then reading Sense and Sensibility for the first time has definitely solidified that fact. In all honesty, I don't think that there's anything about Jane Austen that I don't like. She can do no wrong. Not much more that I can say than that. The only thing I can say is that in terms of recommendations, it is a hard read, simply because it's the type of speaking that was used during that time, so everything is described very elaborately with long descriptive passages and some very fancy words. If you're up for the challenge, I commend you, while also suggesting you keep a dictionary with you for the tricky bits.
I'm actually lucky enough to own a copy of the entire collection of Jane Austen novels in one book, that I plan on reading my way through in its entirety- however, I just got some books out from the library so I'll have to come back to it. Maybe then I can form a bit more interesting of an opinion and therefore a review. :)

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