By Jane Austen
Emma Wodehouse is rich, spoiled, and meddlesome. Jane Austen famously declared that nobody would like her heroine except herself. Yet Emma remains as popular and beloved as Austen's other novels, a meandering but witty comedy that weaves its characters in and out of situations brought on by its heroine's attempts at playing matchmaker. It's satirical with a soft touch — more light-hearted than Austen's other novels — but written with a great deal of love for its characters.
Missing pages2By HouTexRusI'm not reviewing the story, just this version of e-book. 1/3 of the way in the chapter ends mid-sentence and it appears something significant happens. I will have to download a different version.
Emma5By MadieSimms!This is a wonderful book with a beautiful ending! No tears to be shed.
Loved it!5By sj0900This is a true classic. Could not bear to read it in high school when it was an obligation, but thoroughly enjoyed it as an adult, & lover of fine literature.
The best5By Sex!!This is the best book ever!!
Emma3By ZonconVery interesting !
Izo325By IzoloveI hate her but good book