More Letters from Pemberley: 1814-1819: A Further Continuation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice Paperback – Jul 2003
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From the Back Cover
The delights and complexities of life at Pemberley
Now that she has been mistress of Pemberley for more than a year, Elizabeth Darcy's letters to her beloved sister Jane, her devoted husband and other characters who weave in and out of her sphere are intimate, sweet and full of insights.
Follow the Darcy family for another six years to the twilight of the Regency period in 1819, through the joys, celebrations and inevitable conflicts that arise even in such an illustrious family.
Again incorporating Jane Austen’s own words and characters from her other works, Jane Dawkins creates a satisfying, entertaining and endearing tale about a way of life always intriguing to modern
What readers are saying:
“I was thrilled...I can never get too much of Lizzy and Darcy.”
“...real and sometimes heartbreaking events that...made me love Elizabeth even more for her courage and strength. This book is like hearing from an old friend again.”
“What a delight!” --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
About the Author
Born in Palestine, Jane Dawkins grew up in Wilton, a small country town in Wiltshire, neighboring county to Jane Austen's Hampshire. She has been a Jane Austen fan most of her life. Dawkins now resides in Key West, Florida, with her husband, several cats and a dog. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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I liked this installment much more than Letters from Pemberley because Dawkins deals with much more in-depth conflicts and intrigue. Lizzy speaks with quite a somber tone in most of the letters. This installment also has more of a Regency and Pride and Prejudice feel than the previous book. Jane Dawkins's growth as an author is evident here. I still don't like the fact that we only read Elizabeth's letters though. And I still would have liked to see more of Lizzy's wit in these letters, at least in the lighthearted ones. Other than that, this is a great effort. This is a novel in letter format throughout, which doesn't leave too much room for an intricate plot, hence the short review. However, you will enjoy this book and I recommend Letters from Pemberley and More Letters from Pemberley to devoted Austen/P&P fans.