Thursday, 9 August 2012

Sense and Sensibility - Jane Austen...and Spaceships?

Shout out time!

I have no read this adaptation yet, but I can promise you that I will be at some time in the future and a review will be popping up.



In the late 21st century, humanity is about to embark on its greatest endeavor. The New London, a colossal space station, rests at the edge of our solar system, poised to bring about the greatest scientific, architectural, and cultural advances in history. 

Not everyone wishes to see it succeed. 

Back on Earth, the esteemed Mr. Henry Dashwood of Norland Park dies, leaving behind his three beautiful daughters and their rapidly-diminishing fortune. 

Caught in the middle of these intersecting dilemmas is Colonel James Brandon, the New London's newly-appointed Chief of Security. Along with a sharp-tongued bachelorette, a gregarious socialite, and an enigmatic Russian engineer, Colonel Brandon sets out to discover the truth behind the station's supposed sabotage. But will the stoic Colonel be able to save the station while winning the heart of the lovely Marianne Dashwood from half a solar system away? 

The mores of courtship and heart-pounding sci-fi action meet in this vibrant retelling of Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility!



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