Persuasion by Jane Austen

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Persuasion was Austen’s last completed novel, published in 1816 and featuring a heroine who has rejected her true love when her family and friends discourage the match. When he reappears eight years later, having made his fortune, Anne Elliott must now decide whether she is strong-willed enough to decide for herself where her own best interests lie.

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Published May 12, 2013 by Seahorse Publishing. 223 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships. Fiction

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City Book Review

The reader is drawn into the reflective nature of the novel and can reflect upon missed opportunities, love lost, and the passage of time as it deals with the emotions of the human heart.

Mar 12 2012 | Read Full Review of Persuasion (Illustrated)

Fantasy Literature

Jane has already led an adventurous life for a Georgian era English spinster (detailed in Jane and the Damned), but in Blood Persuasion she is fighting, literally, for her life and soul while trying to defend her family and neighborhood from the encompassing influence of the Damned.

Nov 30 2011 | Read Full Review of Persuasion (Illustrated)

While not always physically attractive, Austen's heroines are always morally complete (except for the ever-so-slightly capricious Emma) - and Anne Elliot, the heroine of Persuasion, is surely more a portrait of Jane Austen than any of her other heroines.

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California Literary Review

There surely are stories to be told about the dark side of Jane Austen’s England, but Blood Persuasion spends a whole novel looking resolutely away from them, rehashing TV tropes we’re all fed up to the canines with.

Oct 03 2011 | Read Full Review of Persuasion (Illustrated)

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