These Three Remain
One of the most beloved romantic heroes in all of literature, Fitzwilliam Darcy remains an enigma even to Jane Austen's most devoted fans. No longer. With this concluding volume in the Fitzwilliam...more
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I think a lot of men will find Mr. Darcy's emotional obsession with Elizabeth to be a little heavy-handed (consider Dave Barry's definitive treatise on the topic of male/female relati ...more
But it's because of these that made it a 5-star book for me. I think that all those thing ...more
If your stated purpose in writing is to tell the same story from a different point of view, then tell the SAME STORY from a different point of view. Obviously, some gaps need to be filled in, since there' ...more
Just when Darcy has vowed to forget Elizabeth. He meets her again when he makes his yearly visit to Rosing Park to see his Aunt Catherine and Cousin Anne. Elizabeth is staying with her friend Charlotte who married his aunt's parson Mr Collins. So begins the rest of Pride and Prejudice from Mr. Darcy's PoV. ...more
Original review August 2012: "To her, he was the last man; for him, she seemed the only woman. Could fate have fashioned a more perfect twist or held him in any more derision?" -pg 148.
I wish I could put into words how much I adore this book. I started re ...more
Enjoyed again immensely. This time appreciated the familial relationships, particularly Darcy & Georgiana. Reread the real thing at same time and felt, again, that all in all, Aidan did a pretty fair job of recreating.
This book takes Darcy from Elizabeth's rejection to just beyond the end of "Pride & Prejudice."
The thing I liked the very best about this book is that Darcy's biggest problem with what Elizabeth said about him at the rejection was that he did not beha ...more
Enters with the trip to Rosings at Easter and it took me a while to get engaged in this last instalment as the pace dropped considerably. After the initial meeting between ODC, it took 60-70 pages before they meet again. The pages was filled with Darcy's reflections and I must say that as the previous book contained little else, I was overly ripe for some ODC interaction.
The disastrous Hunsford proposal came and went, without any ...more
If you want to write trashy romance novels, then you just go right ahead and write some trashy romance novels. No one will judge. Promise, there is plenty of readership to support that genre. But whatever you do, please, PLEASE, keep that stuff away from my Jane Austen. I mean, I gave you a chance, the first book in the series was decent enough to make me want to read the second. The second book was aweful...really, just plain usel ...more
I skipped book 2 entirely - at least after the first few chapters becau ...more
He empezado bien el año.
Esta faceta de Darcy me ha hecho cambiar varias opiniones sobre él en el libro original, nunca fui fan de los fanfic; pero esta está tan bien redactada y contextualizada, que no se nota la diferencia entre la pluma de Jane Austen y la de Pamela; salvo que ya basada en el análisis y la creación de caracteres y personalidades el camino de Pamela fue muchos más fácil a la hora de escribir ...more
Como me sucedió con los anteriores, estaba aburrida, apática, no me apetecía nada para leer, vi este en el e-reader, lo abría para ver como empezaba, seguí y seguí... y aquí estoy. ¿Quiere eso decir que me ha gustado más que el anterior? Sí. ¿Es una gran libro? Uff...
No era difícil que superara a ese segundo libro que Pamela Aidan se sacó de no sé donde, un libro que no tiene nada que ver con Orgullo y prejuicio más que compartir el nombre del protagon ...more
In alcuni punti ho trovato Darcy leggermente fuori dal tracciato lasciato da Miss Austen, forse troppo damerino o, meglio, fin troppo aperto ad esporre i suoi sentimenti ad amici e servitori.
Bella la figura di Fletcher, che rappresenta in un certo senso la "coscienza" inconsapevole del suo signore.
Molto affascinante, anche se poco credibile, il personaggio di Dy, l'ami ...more
The author does refer to some characters in book 2, but I think ...more
I love watching Darcy change. He really was oblivious to his flaws and when Elizabeth abruptly brought them to his attention he pridefully rejects what she says. It takes time and advice from others who love him before he is completely humbled and starts working on himself.
Also can somebody start a petition for this author to write another book (or three) about Georgiana Darcy and Dy Brougham? I ship them SO hard. Dy is a dream. One of my all time favorite tropes i ...more
Y Darcy me parece excesivamente idealizado. No cuadra con mi propia composición de lugar. Pero ese no es el problema, es que se ma ha hecho ñoño.
Resumiendo, que sí, pero no jajajajaja.
En este sentido, naturalmente mi interés se recuperó un poco, pero la fascinación de Darcy por Elizabeth me terminó pareciendo demasiado cursi y no llegó a nada concreto más que besarle las manos y la ...more
The insights into Darcy's thoughts and feelings around both proposals was perfection. His valet ending up with Elizabeth's maid was a bit much, but I'll take it. Really enjoyable - thank you Pamela Aidan for filling this gap!
I love this series, I love this ending, I love seeing Pride and Prejudice from Darcy’s point of view, I just love these books! So good! Read them if you want Darcy’s side of the story of Pride and Prejudice.
She graduated from high school with the desire to be a history teacher, but changed her major to Library Science after her first year at college.Later, she earned a Masters in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Ms. Aidan has worked as a librarian in a wide variety of settings ...more