This is by far the best Jane Austen adaptation ever produced. Easily one of the most watchable cult(ish) classics to come out of GenX.
This is an excellent collection of both studio and live recordings. There are some recordings I already had, but the collection itself is top notch. Excellent design on the booklet/case as well.
This was highly entertaining. Obviously, it's not difficult to skewer Meyer or the general obsession with her books and the subsequent movie adaptations. Part of the fun is seeing fans flip over the jokes.
This is a solid 2.5 stars. The story was interesting/entertaining enough, but by the end the dialogue started looking like a screen play. he didn't even attempt to write like a writer. his editor clearly decided doing his/her job wasn't important. major deductions on poopy effort.
This book really disappointed me. Most of it had to do with the fact that well... both characters bored me to death. Emma is a sap, she's my least favorite NR charachter ever. EVER. it still carries the same problems of the first book for me (there was no real conflict, and the conflict was in the last 20 pages so the resolution was no where NEAR realistic. typically it doesn't take much for me to suspend reality- i know what i'm getting myself into.) these characters really push into the chick-lit kinsella/giffin/bushnell world that i've avoided for so long. SATC has tainted female friendships in print and on film... and in real life. HOWEVER! the writing is still 10X better than anything coming out of the GIFNELLA monster. I really only finished it to get to Laurel's story. I have great hopes for #3.