Review; The Beautifull Cassandra by Jane Austen

I picked up The Beautifull Cassandra by Jane Austen due to Literary Voyage Around the World Reading Challenge (England) and today I'll post the review of the book.

Description from Goodreads
'She has many rare and charming qualities, but Sobriety is not one of them.'

A selection of Austen's dark and hilarious early writings - featuring murder, drunkenness, perjury, theft, poisoning, women breaking out of prison, men forging wills and babies biting off their mothers' fingers... 
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My Thoughts On the Book
Personally I struggled to read this collection by Jane Austen. It's clear that it's from her early writings and it can be told from the writing style. Personally I think I'll stick to some of her other works, like Pride and Prejudice.

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