54. Pride and Prejudice retellings, sequels, and pastiche

We couldn’t close our immersive Pride and Prejudice experience without sharing a bunch of book recommendations for readers who want to stay with Elizabeth and Darcy awhile longer. Today, Chelsey and Sara share their favorite and least favorite Pride and Prejudice pastiche, sequels, adaptations, and retellings. 

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Sequels, Pastiche, and Alternate Perspectives

The Next Great Jane by K.L. Going (Amazon)
Longbourn by Jo Baker (Amazon)
Death Comes to Pemberley by P.D. James (Amazon)
The Clergyman’s Wife by Molly Greeley (Amazon)
The Heiress by Molly Greeley (Amazon)
First Impressions by Charlie Lovett (Amazon)
The Other Bennet Sister by Janice Hadlow (Amazon)
Cozy Classics (Amazon)
Babylit Counting (Amazon)

Retellings

Pride by Ibi Zoboi (Amazon)
Ayesha at Last by Uzma Jalaluddin (Amazon)
Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld (Amazon)
Heartstone by Elle K. White (Amazon)
Pride and Prejudice and Other Flavors by Sonali Dev (Amazon)
Recipe for Persuasion by Sonali Dev (Amazon)
Unmarriageable by Soniah Kamal (Amazon)
Bridget Jones’ Diary by Helen Fielding (Amazon)
Unequal Affections by Laura S. Ormiston (Amazon)

Also mentioned

Why are so many romance novels set in the Regency period?
Regency romance recommendations
And a few more Regency romances
Death Comes to Pemberley TV adaptation

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