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Darcys Diary Mr Darcy S Diary Presents The Story Of The Unlikely Courtship Of Elizabeth Bennett And Fitzwilliam Darcy From Darcy S Point Of View Sharing His Innermost Thoughts And Feelings This Graceful Imagining And Sequel To Pride And Prejudice Explains Darcy S Moodiness And The Difficulties Of His Reluctant Relationship As He Struggles To Avoid Falling In Love With Miss Bennett Though Seemingly Stiff And Stubborn At Times, Darcy S Words Prove Him Also To Be Quite Devoted And Endearing Qualities That Eventually Win Over Miss Bennett S Heart This Continuation Of A Classic Romantic Novel Is Charming And Elegant, Much Like Darcy Himself.

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  • Hardcover
  • 224 pages
  • Darcys Diary
  • Amanda Grange
  • English
  • 05 February 2018
  • 0709078609

10 thoughts on “Darcys Diary

  1. says:

    July Tried to find Georgiana a house in London Went to a dinner Went to another dinner Bingley said he wanted to rent an estate in the country Pff He ll be leaving it in a few weeks Went to another dinner Decided to surprise Georgie in Ramsgate, but oh my gosh, I was the one who got surprised And a terrible surprise at that Wickham is on my black list forever August I did nothing interesting in August, but still wrote many entries.September So, Bingley was serious about this estate in the July Tried to find Georgiana a house in London Went to a dinner Went to another dinner Bingley said he wanted to rent an estate in the country Pff He ll be leaving it in a few w...

  2. says:

    Mildly entertaining to PP fans in a couple of spots, but not really worth reading I enjoyed one overheard conversation between Lady Catherine and Mr Collins, and I enjoyed Col Fitzwilliam s reaction when Darcy describes the manner in which he proposed to Elizabeth essentially, You said what to her But the writing is terrible Shallow, dull and repetitive I hope I never see the word satirically again It s not that great an adverb to begin with why would you use it a dozen times i Mildly entertaining to PP fans in a couple of spots, but not really worth reading I enjoyed one overheard conversation between Lady Cath...

  3. says:

    I ve read this for one of my classes Which is actually a sort of Jane Austen and Charlotte Bront fan club Best class ever Elizabeth, Elizabeth, Elizabeth Chances are, if Jane Austen is your goddess, you ll probably read this, reluctantly enjoy it, and wrinkle your nose at it afterwards, because of course nobody expects anyone to equal Jane Austen and, mathematically, every attempt to do so is bound to fail I recommend to dive into the book light heartedly and with light expectations In I ve read this for one of my classes Which is actually a sort of Jane Austen and Charlotte Bront fan club Best class ever Elizabeth, Elizabeth, Elizabeth Chances are, if Jane Austen is your goddess, you ll probably read this, reluctantly enjoy it, and wrinkle your nose at it afterwards, because of course nobody expects anyone to equal Jane Austen and, mathematically, every attempt to do so is bound to fail I recommend to dive into the book light heartedly and with light expectations In doing so I was indeed able to find it quite entertaining there s no compa...

  4. says:

    My Dear Readers, It is with grave misfortune that I dissuade you from whatever excitement you may have upon learning of the existence of this novel Jane Austen, the wonderful authoress that she is, has created such a wealth of characters and a story so beloved thatmodern writers cannot help but continue to revisit the story and attempt to interpret it in a new way, but to no avail Mr Darcy s Diary is a straight retelling of Pride and Prejudice, even directly quoting the original during My Dear Readers, It is with grave misfortune that I dissuade you from whatever excitement you may have upon learning of the existence of this novel Jane Austen, the wonderful authoress that she is, has created such a wealth of characters and a story so beloved thatmodern writers cannot help but continue to revisit the story and attempt to interpret it in a new way, but to no avail Mr Darcy s Diary is a straight retelling of Pride and Prejudice, even directly quoting the original during key points in the plot Grange has done a very admirable job of spinning the story from Darcy s point of view, but she hasn t been able to do it in an interesting or original way Her efforts to recreate Darcy s formal and reserved personality within this diary as a novel format have resulted in a very bland and wooden book where every twist of the story is predictable Please take my assurance that it would be muchentertaining to reread Austen s original yet again In short, Grange s renditi...

  5. says:

    Okay, maybe AMAZING is a strong word..it s not like it s a timeless piece of literature, but it was so great Like Mr Knightley s Diary, it s so interesting to read the story from a different perspective Again, I have to say that you should only read these books if you won t be offended that it s NOT Jane Austen I didn t find it to be a huge departure from the orig...

  6. says:

    In vain have I struggled It will not do My feelings will not be repressed You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love youMr.darcy s diraies is an excellent read, that gives us a brief glimpse into our favourite brooding hero s thoughts and his rich world.With the Bennetts making only a few brief appearances along the way, this book otherwise,solely revolves around Mr.darcy, and his relationships with Mr.Bingely his best friend ,Caroline his best friend s sister andIn vain have I struggled It will not do My feelings will not be repressed You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love youMr.darcy s diraies is an excellent read, that gives us a brief glimpse into our favourite brooding hero s thoughts and his rich world.With the Bennetts making only a few brief appearances along the way, this book otherwise,solely revolves around Mr.darcy, and his relationships with Mr.Bingely his best friend ,Caroline his best friend s sister and finally both,his sister Georgiana Mr Wickham..I loved the way,the author, actually took her readers back to the past, to young Georgia s almost envelopment with her dear Wickham before gliding into the present while bewitching us with the future.This book may have lacked the depth I ...

  7. says:

    UGH I ve said it before and I will say it again If there is anything PP related I will find it and read it I don t care if it s amazing or complete shit I will probably still end up reading it.I was so freaking excited that I go Mr Darcy s Diary because I just love that freaking character Although not as much as my homegirl Elizabeth Bennet Now I m kind of torn on how to write this review because even though I freaking love PP and...

  8. says:

    After reading Pamela Aiden s Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman trilogy a few months ago, I found this to be merely a much simpler version Grange doesn t go much beyond the events we already know of from the original novel, and Darcy himself doesn t seem to have much depth at all He switches from being determined to stop thinking about Elizabeth to suddenly proposing without almost any explanation at all His feelings seem to flip flop to quickly throughout the novel with no basis Overall, I knew After reading Pamela Aiden s Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman trilogy a few months ago, I found this to be merely a much simpler version Grange doesn t go much beyond the events we already know of from the original novel, and Darcy himself doesn t seem to have much depth at all He switches from being determined to stop thinking about Elizabeth to suddenly proposing without almost any explanation at all His feelings seem to flip flop to quickly throughout the novel with no basis Overall, I knew exactly what was going to happen there were no surprises Nothing happens to Darcy that we don t already know about to some degree.The book was enjoyable for the story itself, and of course I found myself smiling when Elizabeth finally accepted The glimpses of their l...

  9. says:

    If there was ever a he said book that you should read then this is it Fans of Jane Austen s timeless classic will fall in love with Darcy all over again when they read the inner most thoughts of a man whom the world sees as proud and self righteous.Amanda Grange stays as close to Pride and Prejudice as possible in her re telling of the timeless classic There are enough similarities that I believe even Jane Austen herself would happily add this book to her collection I have read quite a few If there was ever a he said book that you should read then this is it Fans of Jane Austen s timeless classic will fall in love with Darcy all over again when they read the inner most thoughts of a man whom the world sees as proud and self righteous.Amanda Grange stays as close to Pride and Prejudice as possible in her re telling of the timeless classic There are enough similarities that I believe even Jane Austen herself would happily add this book to her collection I have read quite a few reviews that state this is nothing like the original and I think they have missed the whole point of the book It is not meant to be like the original or is it trying to be What this book gives us is an insight into Mr Darcy, a deeper look at a man that has captured the hearts and minds of millions...

  10. says:

    Nothing spectacular, just a retelling of Jane Austen s PP from Mr Darcy s perspective his diary There s a lot of I will pay Elizabeth noattention. You do that I will enjoy seeing you try I did not miss Elizabeth at all I believe I scarcely thought of her half a dozen times all day. Should I count that as progress Honestly I am not used to being so confused I never was, before I met Elizabeth. You are so doomed There s also som...

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