Pride, Prejudice and Jasmin Field

Pride, Prejudice and Jasmin Field It Starts As A Lark For Jasmin Field, The Charming, Acerbically Witty Columnist For A National Women S Magazine She Joins A Host Of Celebraties Gathering In London To Audition For The Season S Most Dazzling Charity Event A One Night Only Stage Production Of Jane Austen S Immortal Pride And Prejudice, Directed By And Starring The Academy Award Winning Hollywood Heartthrob Harry Noble And Nobody Is Surprised Than Jasmin Herself When She Lands The Lead Of Handsome Harry S Love Interest, Elizabeth Bennet But Things Start To Go Very Wrong Very Quickly Ms Field S Delicious Contempt For The Arrogant, Overbearing Harry Noble Goes From Being Wicked Fun To Infuriating Her Brief Moment Of Theatrical Glory Looks As If It S Going To Be Overshadowed By The Betrayal Of Her Best Friend, The Disintegration Of Her Family And The Implosion Of Her Career And Suddenly She Can T Remember A Single One Of Her Lines But, Worst Of All, Harry Noble Who, Incidentally, Looks Amazing In Tight Breeches Has Started To Stare Hard At Jazz With That Sort Of A Glimmer In His EyesFresh, Wild, Wonderfully Romantic And Absolutely Hilarious, Pride, Prejudice And Jasmin Field Is Jane Austen As The Great Lady Herself Never Imagined It. Originally published as Pride, Prejudice and Jasmin Field this was the very first modern adaptation of Pride and Prejudice I read I rather liked the book at the time and gave it 4 stars, but on re reading it for the 2nd time, I had to downgrade The story is still entertaining and quite well adapted, but a bit too obvious We do not only have the modern counterparts of all major PP characters, but they are also chosen to play in a theatre adaptation of the very novel for charity, cast into Originally published as Pride, Prejudice and Jasmin Field this was the very first modern adaptation of Pride and Prejudice I read I rather liked the book at the time and gave it 4 stars, but on re reading it for the 2nd time, I had to downgrade The story is still entertaining and quite well adapted, but a bit too obvious We do not only have the modern counterparts of all major PP characters, but they are also chosen to play in a theatre adaptation of the very novel for charity, cast into their respective roles Double recycling or what It would have beeninteresting, had Harry Noble aka mordern Darcy been cast into the role of, let s say, W
Snark and Drama Jasmin Field knows she is no actor she is a journalist for a woman s magazine But on a lark she decides to tag along with her sister who is an actress to an audition for a fundraising adaptation of Pride and Prejudice But just before her audition she overhears the play s director the great and famous actor, Harry Noble refer to her as an Ugly Sister In response, Jazz as she is known to her friends gives him a rendition of Elizabeth Bennet refusing Mr Darcy s first Snark and Drama Jasmin Field knows she is no actor she is a journalist for a woman s magazine But on a lark she decides to tag along with her sister who is an actress to an audition for a fundraising adaptation of Pride and Prejudice But just before her audition she overhears the play s director the great and famous actor, Harry Noble refer to her as an Ugly Sister In response, Jazz as she is known to her friends gives him a rendition of Elizabeth Bennet refusing Mr Darcy s first proposal that perfectly embodies her very real emotions of disbelief, contempt, and abject fury.As you might guess, Jazz, even with her nonexistent acting experience, lands the role of Lizzy Bennet in the play And during her rehearsals and encounters with Harry Noble, her opinion of the arrogant and exacting director sink further and further Especially when she learns that he prevented fellow actor William Whitby from making it big in Hollywood and discovers that he convinced anoth
Boring, boring, boring She didn t even try to have any innovations on the plotline or the characters I think she even stole some of the lines from the original book Those she didn t she still attempted to sort of paraphrase in modern speak, very, very awkwardly There was no independence of spirit here Just a slavish, and very bad and insulting attempt at imitating Jane s plot And boiling it down to its simplest and most brainless parts ie the two romances, with none of the interesting Boring, boring, borin
Quick enjoyable read but I can only give two stars because.Jazz Jasmin is so damn unpleasant even after realising her prejudiced mistakes she s still judgy and know it all..her failed friendship with Mo is simply sad and not okay. tasty is NOT a word to describe a sexy human..no big creativy here,
Okudu um iklit tarz kitaplar burada g rmesem tamamen akl mdan silece im kendimi iklite adad m bir yaz tatili s ras nda okumu tum E lenceli idi, PP ye dair her eyi sevme e ilimim oldu undan da sevmi olabilirim tabi. It is a truth universally acknowledged, at least by this particular reader, that Jane Austen adaptions set against an English setting are infinitelyenjoyable than their Americanized counterparts Although the setting of this particularly stunning modernization is not wholly the reason for my exuberant ardor of Pride, Prejudice, and Jasmin Field, it certainly did not diminish my fondness I can say without fear of exaggeration that this novel is one of my most favourite Austen inspired turn It is a truth universally acknowledged, at least by this particular reader, that Jane Austen adaptions set against an English setting are infinitelyenjoyable than their Americanized counterparts Although the setting of this particularly stunning modernization is not wholly the reason for my exuberant ardor of Pride, Prejudice, and Jasmin Field, it certainly did not diminish my fondness I can say without fear of exaggeration that this novel is one of my most favourite Austen inspired turn outs to date I can literally think of nothing negative to say about it which in itself it a staggering commendation indeed The story is centered on the title character of Jasmin Field, a journalist for a popular British women s magazine who has been invited to audition for an adapted stage production of Jane Austen s classic Pride Prejudice Although Jazz is certainly not the only known person to be invited to audition, she is certainly the only person
This started off and it was a very luke warm read At one point I just thought that I wasn t even going to bother finishing it.My initial problems with the book were a slow start and wooden characters in a storyline which was very predictable well it is if you re at all familiar with Pride and Predjudice by Jane Austen The writing wasn t the best The author
Second Review First Review NO IT CANT BE OVER NOOOOOO smh. In simple words, I loved it However, I can t even begin to describe how wonderful this retelling of PP is and how much it made me feel I m absolutely smitten with these characters and can t stop smiling This was exactly what I needed to get out of my reading slump as you could say All I have to say is that I haven t been that dedicated and determined to find a spare minute to read a book as I have been with this Second Review First Review NO IT CANT BE OVER NOOOOOO smh. In simple words, I loved it However, I can t even begin to describe ho
The blurb doesn t even begin to sum up this book It s a lot deeper and tangled than it sounds up there All for better.The modern story retelling of Jane Austen s classic ends in the same fashion Lizzy and Darcy of this book, who are highly opinionated about each other, clear their differences and fall in love.Like Darcy, Harry Noble seems like a man who thinks too highly of himself And like Lizzy Bennet
Now this is a clever book Take a look at the prologue and epilogue This is play within a play within a play and great fun.I don t go for chick lit type stuff usually but my friend, who persuaded me that Jo Jo Moyes isthan a fluffy, candy floss read, sent me this It s funny and clever, she said She s right Bright, up and coming journalist, Jasmine Field, has her own column in a good magazine She and her actress sister are invited, because of their fame, to audition for a charity per Now this is a clever book Take a look at the prologue and epilogue This is play within a play within a play and great fun.I don t go for chick lit type stuff usually but my friend, who persuaded me that Jo Jo Moyes isthan a fluffy, candy floss read, sent me this It s funny and clever, she said She s right Bright, up and coming journalist, Jasmine Field, has her own column in a good magazine She and her actress sister are invited, because of their fame, to audition for a charity performance of Pride and Prejudice Now the fun begins.Anyone who has read and enjoyed Pride and Prejudice can see where the book and this novel will cross paths The director of the play heart throb, great, young male actor, Harry Noble rolls up as arrogance personified and calls Jasmine the Ugly Sister Jasmine is having none of this.The rehearsals and performance run true to course with all the PP problems that Lizzie Bennet

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Pride, Prejudice and Jasmin Field
  • Melissa Nathan
  • English
  • 24 February 2018
  • 0060184957