By this point everyone and their mother has blogged about this lovely piece of digital ridiculousness.
Gowns, petticoats, manners and..
Yes. Colossal beat downs delivered to your dearest friends.
There will be a Bollywood version of Emma. (Click on the picture to see a preview).
I’m pretty excited. I, however, am very much an Austen fan. It looks pretty interesting, though. Hope it doesn’t end up being too fluffy or a remake of Clueless.
Do you suffer when reading in public? Ever feel like someone’s judging gaze is searing right through your copy of (insert guilty pleasure book title here)? Well fear no more, fellow bookworms. You can now combat the shame and confront the world with customized book jackets.
Random House UK, 2008
Reading Time: 3 days
Deya’s Tagline: It was just my imagination running away with me.
Cover: I absolutely adore Vintage Classics’ interpretation of a Jane Austen cover. Usually, publishing houses find Regency painting of a pretty, but distressed girl to put on the cover or some “pretty wilderness” to feature in a baroque frame. I found this approach very fresh and to the point. What’s the book about? Just look at the cover.
Janeites: Rest Easy. I come in peace.