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Mrs. Darcys Dilemma: A Sequel to Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice

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  • Posted April 14, 2010

    Half way through and so MAD!

    Okay I'm going to finish this book but I have to say, I'm half way through and I hate hate hate this book. It is 25years later the Darcy's have three children (grown) and that interested and excited me. That is until I started to read. The Wickhams are back and up to their old tricks, The Darcy's oldest son runs off with one of their daughters...already been told BORING!!! No orginality! Elizabeth and Darcy are uncaring parents to their eldest son...Never would I have seen them as such. I came to write this because he has just been possibly fatally injured and they can only consentrate on his faults...It's almost as if they are happy that he may die and their younger (more beloved son) take Pemberley! Disgusting...I lost my brother to a car accident and I was offended by this. No matter the faults of the people we love Death is never a preferred outcome! I had to slam shut the book. I will finish and report my feelings on the second half!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 25, 2012

    Better than most

    I enjoyed the book. Most sequels do not understand the sensibility of the era, but this author does.

    I do think she is off by about a decade, however, and yes, the ebook is poorly formatted. The print version was not transferred properly.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 15, 2012

    I should have read the previous review because I agree whole-hea

    I should have read the previous review because I agree whole-heartedly. I finished the book because I am incapable of not doing so however, I did find it boring and its characters unlikable. There were also many spelling, format and grammatical errors. For me to have noticed at all, they must have been blatant.

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