**Review: Manga Classics: Sense and Sensibility Adaptation by: Stacy King~ 4 stars**


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I want to give a huge thank you to NetGalley and Udon Entertainment for providing me an eARC in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

Synopsis: This is an adaptation of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility. This manga lets you read a modernized version of the story and view artwork at the same time. Marianne and Elinor are completely two different women. Both women are trying to cope with the sudden loss of their father. Sense and Sensibility explores the lost in their lives. This book also explores romance in both of their lives and how heartbreaking love can be. The sisters face a huge public betrayal and are devastated. Can these two women overcome their battles? Can they pick up the broken pieces? Read this classic manga adaptation to find out.

Review: Wow. This book was filled with intense emotion and you really could feel the character’s emotions. I loved seeing how these two totally different women lived their lives after their loss. When I read this book a long time ago I couldn’t really grasp everything. I enjoyed how this was a more modernized version of the story. I feel this book is great for students and for young readers who want to experience this story with an easier and quicker feel. The reason I didn’t give this book 5 stars is because I didn’t enjoy the artwork as much as a previous manga classic I read but it might just be my preference. This still was a great adaptation and I definitely recommend it to Jane Austen fans and/or manga lovers!

Hope everyone has a great day! Happy Reading Dudes and Dudedettes!

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