Darcys Story



❴Ebook❵ ➨ Darcys Story Author Janet Aylmer – E17streets4all.co.uk When Elizabeth Bennet First Met Mr Darcy, She Found Him Proud, Distant, And Rude Despite The Other Ladies Admiration Of His Estate In Derbyshire And Ten Thousand Pounds A Year But What Was Mr Darcy Th When Elizabeth Bennet First Met Mr Darcy, She Found Him Proud, Distant, And Rude Despite The Other Ladies Admiration Of His Estate In Derbyshire And Ten Thousand Pounds A Year But What Was Mr Darcy Thinking Jane Austen S Classic Pride And Prejudice Has Long Stood Among The Most Beloved Novels Of All Time The Story Of Elizabeth Bennet S Blossoming Romance With Haughty, Reserved, And Fastidious Fitzwilliam Darcy Has Enchanted Readers For Nearly Two Centuries Yet, Mr Darcy Has Always Remained An Intriguing Enigma His Thoughts, Feelings, And Motivations Hidden Darcys Story ePUB Æ Behind A Cold, Impenetrable Exterior Until NowWith The Utmost Respect For Austen S original Masterwork, Author Janet Aylmer Loving Retells Pride And Prejudice From A Bold New Perspective Seeing Events As They Transpire Through The Eyes Of Darcy Himself One Of World S Great Love Stories Takes On Breathtaking New Life, And One Of Fiction S Greatest Romantic Heroes Becomes Even Sympathetic, Compelling, Attractive, And Accessible, All Through The Imagination And Artistry Of A Truly Gifted Storyteller.Darcys Story

Janet has written books, including two bestsellersShe lives in the south of EnglandJanet enjoys Regency romances and other novels, particularly those by Georgette Heyer and Jane Austen, and most books about history and the way the world works She likes to visit theatres and cinemas, and to listen to musicJanet enjoys French history, food and wine, and her family has owned a holiday house in Janet has written books, including two bestsellersShe lives in the south of EnglandJanet enjoys Regency romances and other novels, particularly those by Georgette Heyer Darcys Story ePUB Æ and Jane Austen, and most books about history and the way the world works She likes to visit theatres and cinemas, and to listen to musicJanet enjoys French history, food and wine, and her family has owned a holiday house in south west FranceShe enjoys travel and meeting new people, and she has visited in no particular order ten states in the USA, as well as France, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Raratonga, Japan, Hongkong, Sweden, Singapore, Norway, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Monaco, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Madeira, the Canary Islands, Martinique and St LuciaJanet is a member of the Society of Authors, the Romantic Novelists Association, and the Historical Novel SocietyThere is an article on Wikipedia see.

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    If you re looking for a CBR and CBZ reader Darcy Has Enchanted Readers For Nearly Two Centuries Yet, Mr Darcy Has Always Remained An Intriguing Enigma His Thoughts, Feelings, And Motivations Hidden Darcys Story ePUB Æ Behind A Cold, Impenetrable Exterior Until NowWith The Utmost Respect For Austen S original Masterwork, Author Janet Aylmer Loving Retells Pride And Prejudice From A Bold New Perspective Seeing Events As They Transpire Through The Eyes Of Darcy Himself One Of World S Great Love Stories Takes On Breathtaking New Life, And One Of Fiction S Greatest Romantic Heroes Becomes Even Sympathetic, Compelling, Attractive, And Accessible, All Through The Imagination And Artistry Of A Truly Gifted Storyteller."/>
  • Paperback
  • 277 pages
  • Darcys Story
  • Janet Aylmer
  • English
  • 22 October 2018
  • 0061148709

10 thoughts on “Darcys Story

  1. says:

    Grey Midnight Sun Rewriting a well known story from the guy s point of view is pretty much scraping the bottom of the barrel, from a literary point of view throwing out some chum to satisfy the rabid fan base and to mix my metaphors milk the cash cow.It s bad enough when authors do it with their own creations, but worse when it s a beloved classic book no longer protected by copyright And worst, when the author has nothing worthwhile to add to the story I was gifted this book by a very Grey Midnight Sun Rewriting a well known story from the guy s point of view is pretty much scraping the bottom of the barrel, from a literary point of view throwing out some chum to satisfy the rabid fan base and to mix my metaphors milk the cash cow.It s bad enough when authors do it with their own creations, but worse when it s a beloved classic book no longer protected by copyright And worst, when the author has nothing worthwhile to add to the story I was gifted this book by a very swee...

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    There were times when I was convinced that this book was written by a computer So much of this book is merely a reshuffling of the sentences in Pride and Prejudice to make the story from Darcy s perspective Oooh, clever The author does add some original scenes, especially between Darcy and his sister, but they utterly fail to ring true I think what people are actually seeking when they pick up a book like this are insights into other characters thoughts and emotions, which were not explic There were times when I was convinced that this book was written by...

  3. says:

    Favorite line from the bookIn short, he found himself unable to control his own free will for the first time in his lifeIsn t that just swoon worthy I enjoyed this bookI think because I m not one of those hard core Jane Austen fans that would nitpick at little things To actually appreciate this book fully Pride and Prejudice should be read first though because a lot of what is unexplained would bother a new reader to the Pride and Prejudice story The author did a wonderful job of Favorite line from the bookIn short, he found himself unable to control his own free will for the first time in his lifeIsn t that just swoon worthy I enjoyed this bookI think because I m not one of those hard core Jane Austen fans that would nitpick at little things To actually appreciate t...

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    Between reading this book and being in the midst of PBS The Complete Jane Austen series, I have been submerged in Jane Austen s world the last few weeks And you know what I like it Everyone is so civilized, and there are parties all the time and nobody seems to actually work for a living They just have some sort of stipend allotted to them and they ride around in carriages and drink tea I like tea.Anyway, Darcy s Story is one in the ever growing genre of sequels to Jane Austen s Pride Between reading this book and being in the midst of PBS The Complete Jane Austen series, I have been submerged in Jane Austen s world the last few weeks And you know what I like it Everyone is so civilized, and there are parties all the time and nobody seems to actually work for a living They just have some sort of stipend allott...

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    I d give this one six stars if I could.The best Austen offshoot I ve ever read Lively prose and a ready wit combine with an interesting and well thought out view of Darcy s impulses and thought processes to make this a delightful and thought provoking read Indeed, as soon as I finished it I picked up Pride Prejudice for a re read, and found that the action in the original was illuminated by Aylmer s insights into Darcy s motivations.Pamela Aidan sfamous Darcy opus, while an excell I d give this one six stars if I could.The best Austen offshoot I ve ever read Lively prose and a ready wit ...

  6. says:

    Well, the author handled the book very carefullya little too carefully, I felt like it was the cliff notes version of P P and I didn t learn anything new of value I will admit that no matter what the author wrote she would not have scoredthat three stars but she only got two because I would have preffered a littlejuice Mr Darcy described as flushed from exercise dripping wet in his soaked clothing emerging from a pond , his favorite breakfast, a little hobby Well, the author handled the book very carefullya little too carefully, I felt like it was the cliff notes version of P P and I didn t learn anything new of value I will admit that no matter what the author wrote she would not have scoredthat three stars but she only go...

  7. says:

    An accompaniment to Pride and Prejudice, it would dissipate like mist if you took away Austen s work Someone else here said it was like reading the Cliff Notes version of PP, and I would have to agree It s a sweet story, but there s nothing new here How Darcy felt towards Lizzy, what Darcy did to find Wickham and Lydia, what his aunt Lady Catherine de Bourg said to him to make him try for Lizzie s hand again these things are only slightlydetailed in Darcy s Story than in PP An accompaniment to Pride and Prejudice, it would dissipate like mist if you took away Austen s work Someone else here said it was like reading the Cliff Notes version of PP, and I would have to agree It s a sweet story, but there s nothing new here How Darcy felt towards Lizzy, what Darcy did to find Wickham and Lydia, what his aunt Lady Catherine de Bourg said to him to make him try for Lizzie s hand again these things are only slightlydetailed in Darcy s Story than in PP In her attempt to be faithful to the language etc of Austen s work, Aylmer provides merely a quick, l...

  8. says:

    OH MY I love this story It totally mirrors Pride Prejudice but from Darcy s telling Funny how I like him eventhan before I thought it was also funny how Darcy had a very different opinion of his meetings and conversations with Elizabeth than what is portrayed in PP I also love how this book givesinsight into his relationship with his Sister, Georgiana Just as in Pamela Aidan s stories, I really enjoy this point of view and it shows a very sensitive side to Darcy OH MY I love this story It totally mirrors Pride Prejudice but from Darcy s telling Funny how I like him eventhan before I thought it was also funny how Darcy had a very differ...

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    copied from my blog, His feelings of anxiety as he slipped out of the house that afternoon were not based on any apprehensions that his application to Miss Bennet might be rejected This is exactly what it says on the tin Darcy s perspective during the timeline of Pride Prejudice.Despite my misgivings about fan fiction on Monday, and my apathetic remarks about P D James Death Comes to Pemberley on Tuesday, I am forced to recant I really enj copied from my blog, His feelings of anxiety as he slipped out of the house that afternoon were not based on any apprehensions that his application to Miss Be...

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