[ Read ] ➵ An Assembly Such as This (Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman #1) Author Pamela Aidan – Sunkgirls.info

[ Read ] ➵ An Assembly Such as This (Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman #1)  Author Pamela Aidan – Sunkgirls.info She Is Tolerable But Not Handsome Enough To Tempt MeSo Begins The Timeless Romance Of Fitzwilliam Darcy And Elizabeth Bennet In Pride And Prejudice Jane Austen S Classic Novel Is Beloved By Millions, But Little Is Revealed In The Book About The Mysterious And Handsome Hero, Mr Darcy And So The Question Has Long Remained Who Is Fitzwilliam Darcy In An Assembly Such As This, Pamela Aidan Finally Answers That Long Standing Question In This First Book Of Her Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman Trilogy, She Reintroduces Us To Darcy During His Visit To Hertfordshire With His Friend Charles Bingley And Reveals Darcy S Hidden Perspective On The Events Of Pride And Prejudice As Darcy Spends Time At Netherfield Supervising Bingley And Fending Off Miss Bingley S Persistent Advances, His Unwilling Attraction To Elizabeth Grows As Does His Concern About Her Relationship With His Nemesis, George Wickham.Setting The Story Vividly Against The Colorful Historical And Political Background Of The Regency, Aidan Writes In A Style Comfortably At Home With Austen But With A Wit And Humor Very Much Her Own Aidan Adds Her Own Cast Of Fascinating Characters To Those In Austen S Original, Weaving A Rich Tapestry From Darcy S Past And Present Austen Fans And Newcomers Alike Will Love This New Chapter Of The Most Famous Romance Of All Time.


10 thoughts on “An Assembly Such as This (Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman #1)

  1. Katharine Katharine says:

    After all I d heard about this series, and the many recommendations I d seen, I was kind of shocked to find how badly this was written This is supposed to be the best insight into the character of Darcy and instead we get inconsistency and pointless detail In general, I disagree with the interpretation that has Darcy madly i


  2. Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽ Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽ says:

    DNF at about 20% This came very highly recommended by a couple of GR friends as the cream of the crop when it comes to Jane Austen take offs, but it was not what I was expecting It s a dead serious retelling of the entire Pride and Prejudice story, from Darcy s point of view What I read, I found rather boring And Aidan takes three v


  3. Fangirl Musings Fangirl Musings says:

    Pages Survived 160I m so terrible I don t WANT to say it, and I feel like a total unintelligent book snob for feeling this way butThis book was painfully boring I know, I know I should beopen minded, especially considering the fact that I ve bitched for years saying I always wanted Darcy s perspective on the Pride and Prejudice story Here I


  4. Holly (2 Kids and Tired) Holly (2 Kids and Tired) says:

    I have yet to find an attempted Pride and Prejudice sequel to be worth my time This novel is the first that really does the story justice While this book isn t a sequel, it s a wannabe adaptation the first of three novels which basically retell the story of Pride and Prejudice from the viewpoint of Mr Darcy A viewpoint that Austen readers have wond


  5. Cassie Young Cassie Young says:

    Okay, This was LAME The whole series Being an avid Jane Austen fan, when I heard that there was a good addition to the list of PP sequels and spin offs, I was all gung ho on reading them I even bought them at Costco, I was so sure they were going to be good Boy was I wrong I was either gagging or gafawing the entire time Aidan dwelt far to long on Darcy s


  6. Belinda Belinda says:

    It was tolerable but not enough to convince me Pam it was a great idea but you overwrote it.No doubt it doesn t matter a jot, Pam has sold loads of these pretty crappy books, but here s why I didn t enjoy it.1 Too much information2 Austen didn t write about politics you should ve left it out.3 I was really only reading it to find out about D s reaction and thought


  7. Susan Susan says:

    How ungrateful I must seem This book was a Valentine s Day gift from my husband, intended to delight a complete Austenophile like me And I was indeed enchanted with the first few chapters, for they tell the story of Elizabeth Bennett and Mr Darcy from the gentleman s point of view Part of the great charm of Pride Prejudice lies in the mystery surrounding Mr Darcy What are


  8. Nicole D. Nicole D. says:

    WARNING If you are reading this review I have assumed that you have read the original work which this book is a retelling of,Pride and Prejudice,if you have not this review contains spoilers.Being inside Darcy s head is dream come true for Pride and Prejudice fans The author captures the spirit of Darcy s thoughts perfectly and stays true to all the original characters of the nov


  9. Leslie Leslie says:

    This is book one of three retelling PP from Darcy s perspective It begins with the arrival at the Meryton Assembly and ends with Darcy in London after separating Bingley and Jane Overall I found the pacing to be glacial, the details to be unnecessary and the characters insipid I can t figure out this Darcy does he have Asperger s In some situations he seems perfectly able to have normal


  10. Elizabeth Elizabeth says:

    I read this because a friend picked it up for me at a thrift store and because I am so obsessive compulsive that I feel a need to read through to the end of any book that I begin This is the first of three volumes, but my compulsiveness does not, fortunately, require me to read the rest This is not a bad book, but it is a book decidedly not to my taste and unlikely to be to the taste of about ha


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