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*****= An all-time favorite
*****These Three Remain
Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman, Book Three
by Pamela Aidan
Reviewed January 1, 2006.
Wytherngate Press, 2005. 335 pages.
Stand-out 2005 (#2, Light-hearted Fiction)
I was thrilled when I learned that the third book of the Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman trilogy was now available. Together, the three books tell the story of Pride and Prejudice from the perspective of Mr. Darcy.
I suppose I shouldn’t give away too much of the plot. Those who love Pride and Prejudice will know the plot and will also love this book. If you haven’t read Pride and Prejudice, quickly make up that deficiency! When you find you can’t get enough of it, this trilogy is the perfect place to turn.
this third book
contains the most delicious parts. It’s
fun seeing things from Mr. Darcy’s perspective when
This is a
true delight for
Jane Austen fans.
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