Jane Austen Spinoffs and Sequels

Updated: March 31, 2022

Stories inspired by the works and characters of Jane Austen.

Darcy's story
Aylmer, Janet.
Call Number: Ed.a
Darcy's perspective on Pride and Prejudice.

Evelina, or, The history of a young lady's entrance into the world
Burney, Fanny, 1752-1840.
Call Number: Ed.e
A big influence on Jane, this is Burney's first and most popular novel about the heroine's social debut into fashionable society during the late eighteenth century.

The Jane Austen book club
Fowler, Karen Joy.
A California book club uses the Austen books to open up about their own lives.

Jane Austen's letters
Austen, Jane, 1775-1817.
Call Number: 823 A933A-5 1997
Jane Austen was a faithful correspondent. This collection of letters were penned mostly to her sister Cassandra over a twenty year period. They contain observances and witticisms you would expect from Miss Austen.

Letters from Pemberley : the first year : a continuation of Jane Austen's Pride and prejudice
Dawkins, Jane, 1945-
Elizabeth writes letters regarding her first year as mistress of Pemberley.

Me and Mr. Darcy : a novel
Potter, Alexandra.
A bookseller meets a phantom Darcy on a Regency literature tour.

Mr. Darcy presents his bride : a sequel to Jane Austen's Pride & prejudice
Halstead, Helen, 1950-
A sequel to Pride and Prejudice.

Mr. Darcy takes a wife : Pride and prejudice continues
Berdoll, Linda.
Married life for the Darcys is presented in this sequel.

Mr. Darcy's daughters : a novel
Aston, Elizabeth.
The search for a husband passes on to the Darcys's female offspring.

Mr. Darcy's diary
Grange, Amanda.
Grange presents Darcy's side of the story.

Pride and prejudice and zombies : the classic Regency romance -- now with ultraviolent zombie mayhem!
Grahame-Smith, Seth.
Miss Bennet battles zombies despite the distractions of Mr. Darcy.

Pride and prescience, or, A truth universally acknowledged
Bebris, Carrie.
Call Number: M
The first in a mystery series feature the Darcys as detectives.

Sanditon : Jane Austen's last completed novel [i.e. last novel completed]
Another lady.
Call Number: Ed.c
At the time of her death at the age of forty-one, Jane left behind an eleven-chapter fragment about the efforts of a fine family to raise a small, seaside town to social prominence. The story was lovingly completed by "another lady."