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Edmund Bertram's Diary by Amanda Grange
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Mar 11, 2009

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This wasn't bad, but it is weak in comparison to Ms. Grange's other Diaries. At times it was downright boring. I would have liked to see a glimpse of Edmund and Fanny's life at Mansfield after their marriage but it was not mentioned. The ending was rather abrupt as if the author tired of writing and wanted to get it over with.

Edmund & Fanny are kind, low-key, considerate characters. Perhaps they are not the type to inspire passionate sparks but this book could have used a few in my opinion.

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Milka You have to tell me what you liked about it when you finish! :D
I am so eager to read Edmund's diary, he is so gorgeous character! :)

Stacey I thought it was good but not great. However, I think you will like it better than I did :)

Lori I think you've read 20 books in the last week! I'll never catch up. I'm reading a Fanny Burney that probably has close to 1,000 pages right now.

I agree Edmund's diary was a slight let down in comparison to the others.

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