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From Publishers Weekly

Grange (Mr. Darcy's Diary) continues Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, beginning on Darcy and Elizabeth's wedding day and follows the two on their honeymoon trip to Paris, the Alps and Venice during a lull in the Napoleonic Wars. Told from Elizabeth's point of view, the story is about her expanding horizons as she leaves the sheltered life she led at Netherfield for her new world as a wife and a traveler outside England. Darcy's continued lack of physical attention to Elizabeth makes her realize that something isn't quite right, but the clues provided in the text are too subtle for her to figure out his secret. By the time Darcy reveals his true nature, more than two thirds of the way through the book, Elizabeth is able to accept his announcement (which she sees as less disturbing than her more mundane fears), but its impact on the reader is greatly diluted by the revealing title. Grange manages to capture the period in a manner that will appeal to Austen fans, but vampire fans are likely to be disappointed.
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Mr. Darcy's reservations, temperament and apparent aloofness are explained in a most unusual way by Jane Austen guru Amanda Grange (see the diaries saga) as he hides what torments him from his beloved. (Harriet Klausner #1 Reviewer 20090731)

Our author has given us a treasure of culture to please even the most delicate palate, a delicious romance of times gone by and a fantasy world that will surely make you quake in your boots. (Terra Studer Yankee Romance Reviewers 20090731)

Vampires are all the rage now, so expect interest. (Booklist 20090803)

Ms. Grange skillfully builds the tension and expands the darker thread into danger... I loved it. (Danzo Sia McKye Sia McKye's Thoughts Over Coffee 20090803)

"Mr. Darcy, Vampyre" is truly and step back in time and you would almost think this is a natural progression from "Pride and Prejudice". Fascinating tale! (Dan Karpf Grumpy Dan's Journal 20090803)

A dark, captivating read. (Anna Lemkau Anna's Book Blog 20090803)

I opened it and became so absorbed in it that I lost hours of time without realizing it... and without regretting it. (Rebecca Laney Becky's Book Review 20090803)

Grange creates her own vampire mythology and weaves it seamlessly into the story of Darcy and Elizabeth's early marriage... a really great sequel to Pride and Prejudice. (Grace Loiacano Grace's Book Blog 20090804)

Since I love vampires and Pride & Prejudice I was really curious how this book would turn out. I'm glad to say I am pleasantly surprised by how well it was written. (Debbie Suzuki Debbie's World of Books 20090804)

Along with the adventure, it is the enduring love of Darcy and Lizzy that kept me glued to every page, eager to find out what would happen to my favorite couple. (Bella McGuire A Bibliophile's Bookshelf 20090811)

[A] thought provoking and seductively gothic tale... (Amy Kennedy Romance B(u)y the Book 20090811)

[F]un and interesting... the plot had me sucked in from page one. (Naida Milenkovic The Bookworm 07 20090811)

Full of plenty of mystery, intrigue and adventure not to mention the scrumptious Mr. Darcy - a vampire! This is Austen fan-fiction at its best and required reading for any lover of Pride and Prejudice. (Nely Sanchez All About the {n} 20090811)

Amanda Grange has crafted a clever homage to the Gothic novels that Jane Austen so enjoyed... This is an Austen-inspired scary story for Janeites, by a Janeite, done with affection and delivered with a very subtle British wink, and completely suitable for a 21st-century audience. (Maggie Sullivan 20090811)

I highly recommend Mr. Darcy, Vampyre to those who enjoyed Pride and Prejudice and would be interested in exploring different directions that Elizabeth and Darcy might take, particularly those who enjoy vampire stories along the lines of Anne Rice. (Gaby Lupus Starting Fresh 20090811)

The description is bountiful and alive. (Shawn Remfry Maymay's Memos 20090811)

...a true melding of vampire fiction with a Pride and Prejudice follow on story. (Gayle Surrett A Curious Statistical Anomaly 20090812)

If you enjoyed Frankenstein or a nice vampire story with a Jane Austen twist, then sink your teeth into Mr. Darcy, Vampyre and enjoy its rich detail to traditional vampire lore! (Celia Pham The Epic Rat 20090813)

a fun take on the beloved Austen novel. (Anna Horner Diary of an Eccentric 20090824)

Grange did a fantastic job of not only recreating the characters of Darcy and Lizzy but also weaving the history of the original story into the new plot. (Leslie Gladnick Leslie's Psyche 20090824)

If you're looking to read a good sequel to Pride & Prejudice and you have a fondness for the paranormal, then I suggest you give this one a try. (Darlene Smoliak Peeking Between the Pages 20090824)

[S]uch a suspenseful story, full of gothic elements, dark secrets and danger! (Andreea Ghiura Passionate Booklover 20090824)

The romance and mystery in this story melded together perfectly... Night Owl Romance Reviewer Top Pick! (Night Owl Romance 20090828)

Grange is able to make her vamprye utterly new and different... compelling, heart breaking and triumphant all at once. (Katrina Hall Bloody Bad Books 20090828)

She made a gripping story that sucks you in... a very entertaining vampire tale. (Heather Carroll The Duchess of Devonshire's Gossip Guide to the 18th Century 20090902)

Grange has a talent with words and uses this talent to create a believable paranormal filled with stunningly chilling atmosphere and mystery. (Keira Gillet Love Romance Passion 20090902)

[The] character development is substantial... Mr. Darcy makes an inordinately attractive vampire himself. (Patty Inglish Amrchair Interviews 20090903)

[Amanda Grange] sure knows how to have fun with her reader, and I think she gets it right. (Alison Skapinetz Alison's Book Marks 20090908)

Mr. Darcy, Vampyre is a clever and well-written in-joke aimed squarely at Austen devotees, and we're confident that Grange's target audience will enjoy themselves. (Julia LaVassar Word Candy 20090910)

Mr. Darcy, Vampyre is a unique twist on a well known and beloved set of characters created by Jane Austen in Pride and Prejudice. (April Pohren Cafe of Dreams 20090910)

Mr. Darcy, Vampyre takes up the beloved characters and plot threads of Jane Austen's novel and weaves them into a supernaturally-wrought adventure. (Jennifer Bitten By Books 20090917)

There's just something about the dark side of fiction that really piques my interest, and seeing this take on a classic work of fiction really makes my day. (Trish Horror and Fantasy Books 20090923)

Grange's story is great fun to read. (Lyn Seippel 20090924)

Grange adds some interesting and unique elements both to the vampyre story and to the adventures of Darcy and Elizabeth... I fell in love with Darcy all over again. (Lindsay Reading with a Bite 20090928)

I enjoyed revisiting the world Jane Austen created... a fun sequel to P&P. (Ames The Book Binge 20091001)

Good for any fan of Jane Austen and Pride & Prejudice. (Carrie Zimmerman The Book Girl 20091005)

I give the book 5 stars for having as its author a woman who writes beautifully, and can step outside the box with her imagination. It is well-told and unforgettable. (Barbara Davis Everything Victorian )

A fun read with lots of romance, atmospheric prose and pulse-raising scenes. (My Pride and Prejudice )

If Jane Austen had written a book about a vampire, this would be it. (Lynda K. Scott Star-Crossed Romance )

Product details

  • File Size: 1018 KB
  • Print Length: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Landmark (August 1, 2009)
  • Publication Date: August 1, 2009
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B002L9MYXY
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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