The Confession of Fitzwilliam Darcy

The Confession of Fitzwilliam Darcy

eBook - 2008
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A retelling of the story of Jane Austen's novel Pride and prejudice from the point of view of Mr. Darcy.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 2008
Edition: Berkley trade pbk. ed
ISBN: 9781429598606
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Austen, Jane 1775-1817 Pride and prejudice


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Apr 07, 2018

I found this book rather insipid, boring in fact. There were no new insights into character behaviour or motivations. I did not think it worth the effort of reading and towards the end was scanning sections that appeared to just be an exercise of rewriting an original text into first person. Obviously some find it enjoyable as previous reviews have mentioned, but if you choose to read it, I suggest you keep your expectations low.

Another_Opinion Jul 02, 2014

This is the best Darcy story I've read. I really did not care for the first person presentation, but it didn't really get in the way.

DanniOcean Mar 08, 2014

Blind Date with a Book comment: 1st impression - 9; Characters - 9; Story - 9. "Interesting story. Kept me in suspense"

StratfordLibrary Mar 22, 2013

Blind Date With a Book Comment: "Not my cup of tea, I prefer authentic fiction"

Mar 01, 2012

This follows the original P&P faithfully, unlike some of the other books that tell Darcy's side of the story. Because of this, it is more believable than most others, but it also means that there are no real surprises. I think it would have been better in third-person perspective, rather than first-person, but it was still a good read.


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