The Austen Avenger

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Andy was a mild mannered clerk more familiar with comic book superheroes than Jane Austen heroines. That all changed when a Regency era lady of mystery entered his life to introduce him to the girl of his dreams and so much more.

From the author of The Hench Woman's Handbook and Chronicles of Copper Boom comes The Austen Avenger,a champion of universal truth,polite justice and the Austen way. More
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About Tara O'Donnell


I'm a pop culture blogger who covers books,film and TV,plus other trends at Living Read Girl. I was once an independent bookseller who hopes to become a published author someday.

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Icy Rivers reviewed on on July 19, 2016

Tara, whoever she is, takes no prisoners. She just lets them run wild on the pages of her ebooks. I'm glad I discovered this author, and the amazing "Party Overkill" book, where the narrator searches for an alleyway to duck into, only to find the buildings stacked closer than piles of newspapers in a hoarder's house. Amazing.
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Pamela Cummins reviewed on on July 25, 2013

I really enjoyed this book! Tara O'Donnell has portrayed Jane Austin in a fun way without taking her out of character. Go Jane!
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Marianne Curtis reviewed on on Dec. 20, 2012
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The Austin Avenger is a fun little story ~ I like how it was written from the perspective of a male. It is hard to imagine a man knowing who Jane Austin is, never mind reading her books and I think this is an awesome storyline! I love how he turned her a superhero! It was a quick read but definitely worth it.

Marianne Curtis
Author of Finding Gloria, Moondust and Madness: a collection of Poetry, Behind Whispering Pines and Brian's Last Ride
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Margaret (Literary Chanteuse) reviewed on on Dec. 10, 2012

A completely different idea for a Jane spin off but very fun and entertaining. She does portray a wonderful superhero type character and effects the lives of her rescuees in more ways then they might guess. Her wit is captured here quite nicely and for any Jane fan this is a light and pleasant read. 3.5 stars.
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