These Three Remain
The exciting conclusion to the Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman trilogy recounts the climactic events of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice from its enigmatic hero's point of view. One of the most beloved romantic heroes in all of literature, Fitzwilliam Darcy remains an enigma even to Jane... show more
The exciting conclusion to the Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman trilogy recounts the climactic events of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice from its enigmatic hero's point of view. One of the most beloved romantic heroes in all of literature, Fitzwilliam Darcy remains an enigma even to Jane Austen's most devoted fans. No longer. With this concluding volume in the Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman trilogy, novelist and Austen aficionada Pamela Aidan at last gives readers the man in full. These Three Remain follows a humbled Darcy on the journey of self-discovery, after Elizabeth Bennet's rejection of his marriage proposal, in which he endeavors to grow into the kind of gentleman he desires to become. Happily, a chance meeting with Elizabeth during a tour of his estate in Derbyshire offers Darcy a new opportunity to press his suit, but his newfound strengths are put to the test by an old nemesis, George Wickham. Vividly capturing the colorful historical and political milieu of the Regency era, Aidan writes in a style evocative of her literary progenitor, but with a wit and humor very much her own. While staying faithful to the people and events in Austen's original, she adds her own fascinating cast of characters, weaving a rich tapestry out of Darcy's past and present that will beguile his admirers anew.
Publish date: January 2nd 2007
Pages no: 464
Edition language: English
Series: Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman (#3)
Please check out my reviews of the previous two books of the trilogy or most of this won't make much sense: An Assembly Such As This and Duty and Desire. And so the trilogy ends. I'd almost say not with a bang but with a whimper...but that is disingenuous to this book. It is a good book and ends t...
I enjoyed this one the best of the trilogy, but then again it covered the best part of Pride and Prejudice. I really liked how Aidan thought through the characters such as why Fitzwilliam was in the army. I liked the tone of the book and felt it did justice to the original.I still don't understand w...
I loved this one! By far my favorite of the "series"/three volume novel. There was this part of me that couldn't stop from being in fangirl overdrive. It was almost, but not exactly, like watching P&P (1995) for the first time. You're overwhelmed by how good it is and you know what's coming so you'r...
Bellissima conclusione di questa fedele interpretazione del romanzo Orgoglio e Pregiudizio visto dal punto di vista di Mr. Darcy.In alcuni punti ho trovato Darcy leggermente fuori dal tracciato lasciato da Miss Austen, forse troppo damerino o, meglio, fin troppo aperto ad esporre i suoi sentimenti a...
To me, this book, the final one of the trilogy, felt the most similar in style and voice to Pride and Prejudice. This book drew me in as well as entertaining me as I was able to experience the events with the knowledge of Elizabeth's point of view already secured - something poor Darcy had to do wit...