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Truly Madly Darcy (A Pride and Prejudice Variation) Paperback – November 1, 2017
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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This was a quite bright & scintillating tale with a plot full of romantic entanglements that needed to be straightened out. While the book followed many of the events of canon there were enough changes, including a new central character, to make it an interesting & exciting novel. The author's extensive vocabulary was used to great effect to bring the story vibrantly alive, although she did use numerous & sometimes extensive sections of dialog verbatim from Austen's original work which was not necessary as her own wiitticisms were excellent. A masquerade ball was a key plot device & explained the peculiar picture on the front cover. The story was told principally from the point-of-view of four main romantic protagonists (ie. Elizabeth & Darcy, Jane & Bingley) while the usual cast of P&P stalwarts appeared in the storyline as required. Overall, this was a very good book that I am happy to recommend.
Not to mention the uniqueness in Bingley pursuing the youngest Bennet sister... but all is well that ends well.
And the ending was lovely and romantic.