Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen was first published in 1813. Two hundred years later you can pull back the curtain and peek at the mysterious character, Mary King. Lizzie was hurt to find George Wickham getting himself engaged to Mary King. Lydia rejoiced when Wickham’s wedding was called off and the engagement broken. Mary King was whisked away, never to be mentioned again. Until now ...

    Mary might have been a secondary character in the life of the Bennets, but she by no means takes a back seat in her own.

    Mary King is a graphic novel that allows the reader to combine the pleasure of images and words. Eighteenth century dialogue, dresses, decor, and tea jump off the pages of this colorfully illustrated edition.

    Open the book and immerse yourself in the world of Jane Austen. Currently this graphic novel is offered in five parts as ebooks (for iOS, Kindle, and Nook) and as paperbacks available through the websites of amazon and major bookstores.

Whole Book

Also available in parts I through V

Kindle ebook

Nook ebook

iOS ebook


Paperback Amazon

Paperback Barnes

& Noble