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Jane Austen Novels Ranked


            Okay, if you have been keeping up with my Jane Austen Calendar that I put out, you will know that this is not the blog post I was supposed to upload today. However, due to some time restraints and the fact that I have been awful at forgetting to do things lately, the calendar is going to be a bit mixed up these next 10 days of Jane Austen Month. 
          Now that that is out of the way I am here to rank all 6 of Jane Austen's novels! I will be ranking them based on my opinions of the novels. I hope you all enjoy!

6. Persuasion:
            As you might have read in my book review for Persuasion I could not get into this story at all really. I feel bad because I read this book when I wasn't quite in a good place so I don't know if this is a fair judgment of this novel, but still this book did not keep my attention the way it should have.  So, regardless of my feelings while reading it, this novel still makes the number 6 spot. 
5. Mansfield Park :
          I really like this novel, but I just don't like it as much as other Jane Austen works. I think it might be that I couldn't connect with the story as well as I could Austen's other works in this list. Regardless of that I did give this book a fairly positive review on my blog! 

4. Sense and Sensibility:
            This novel about two sisters and their complicated love and personal lives is a gem for every Austen fan. I really enjoyed this book and even rated it 3.5/5 stars on my book review for it. The only issue I really had was that it seemed to drag on in some places and I found myself not being able to concentrate on the novel as much. Still I really enjoyed this novel!

3. Northanger Abbey:
             This book is so good! This novel is a bit more cutesy then any of Austen's other works, and I honestly loved that about it. The overly romantic reader Catherine Morland and the sarcastically adorable Henry Tilney make this novel the amazing read that it is. I rated it 5/5 stars on my book review for it, so that should be proof that I love it!

2. Pride and Prejudice:
             Yes, Pride and Prejudice is my second favorite Jane Austen work, but I will assure you that the line between this novel and the number one on this list is a very thin line. This novel that follows the 5 Bennet sisters, but mostly Jane and Elizabeth and their love stories is a novel that I personally think everyone should read at least once in their lives. This novel is so good and I talked about it favorably whenever I did Pride and Prejudice: Revisited on my blog back at the beginning of this month! So, go check that out if you want to read it!

1. Emma:
           My all time favorite Jane Austen novel, this story follows Emma Woodhouse, the rich meddling little matchmaker who seems content with solving everyone else's problems while not fixing her own. This story has a great romance, great character development, and incredible writing. In my post Emma: Revisited I gave the novel 5/5 stars so you can read that if you want to know more of my thoughts on this novel!

I hope that you enjoyed this post! We are officially two thirds of the way done with Jane Austen Month and it has been so much fun so far!



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