Graphic Review: Sense & Sensibility (Jane Austen: Marvel Adaptations) by Nancy Butler

Posted December 4, 2015 by Felicia S in 2015 Read, 4.50 Wine Glasses, Reviews, Snagged @ The Library / 7 Comments

Graphic Review: Sense & Sensibility (Jane Austen: Marvel Adaptations) by Nancy ButlerSource: Library Borrowed

Format: Paperback

Sense & Sensibility by Nancy Butler, Sonny Liew, Jane Austen

Date Read: October 2015

Genre: Graphic Novel

Award-winning writer Nancy Butler, adapter of Marvel's best-selling adaptation of PRIDE & PREJUDICE, returns to Marvel with another Jane Austen classic: SENSE & SENSIBILITY! Alongside incredible artist Sonny Liew (MY FAITH IN FRANKIE, WONDERLAND), Butler brings to life the world of Elinor and Marianne Dashwood, two daughters without parents or means, forced to experience hardship, romance, and heartbreak, all in the hopes of achieving love and lasting happiness. COLLECTING: Sense & Sensibility #1-5

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Publisher: Marvel

Also by this author: Pride and Prejudice

Snagged at the Library Review


JUST A NOTE: These are books that I have Snagged @ The Library . Some of the reviews will be long and others will just be quick thoughts on the story.

Read for Fun (Library)
Overall Rating: 4.50
Graphic Rating: 4.00
Story Rating: 5.00

Read It Rate It Thoughts: Sense & Sensibility was my first Jane Austen graphic novel and I have to say I enjoyed it. The art made me look at the story in a different way and enjoy it again for the first time. This is one of those classic stories that I adore and get involved in every time I read it. The graphics brought the sisters alive and give them extra character. Very well done!

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Overall Rating
4.5 / 5
Story Rating
5 / 5
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7 responses to “Graphic Review: Sense & Sensibility (Jane Austen: Marvel Adaptations) by Nancy Butler

  1. I am still one of those readers who isn’t completely enamoured with Jane Austen, maybe I need to read the graphic novel to perk my interest.