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Pemberley to Waterloo: Georgiana Darcy's Diary, Volume 2 (Pride and Prejudice Chronicles) (English Edition) di [Elliott, Anna]
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Can their love withstand the trials of war?

Georgiana Darcy and Edward Fitzwilliam want only to be together. But when the former Emperor Napoleon escapes from his exile on the Isle of Elba, Britain is plunged into renewed war with France … and Edward is once more called away to fight.

To be with the man she loves, Georgiana makes the perilous journey to Brussels, in time to witness the historic downfall of Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo. But when Edward is gravely injured in the battle, she will need more courage than she ever knew she had to fight for their future together.

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  • Editore: Wilton Press (25 dicembre 2011)
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Come il primo volume anche questo mi ha entusiasmata. Forse Georgiana è diventata un po' troppo intraprendente rispetto alla ragazzina timida che era, ma ne è uscita una giovane donna forte, decisa ad affrontare e a superare le sue paure, sicura del suo obiettivo e disposta a tutto per raggiungerlo. La storia è appassionante, le due parti in cui è divisa sono molto diverse eppure perfettamente integrate. La prima, dove la parvenza della solita vita era già turbata dai ricordi di guerra di Edward, racconta con molta passione la storia di Elisabeth e Darcy e la nascita di Baby James. Nella seconda la vicenda personale è perfettamente integrata nell'ambito storico della famosa Battaglia di Waterloo e la narrazione si fa a tratti cruenta, si sentono la paura di Georgiana e la sua grande volontà di trovare e salvare il suo Edward. E non si può fare a meno di pensare a tutte quelle giovani mogli che hanno davvero compiuto gesta simili in quel periodo e che però la storia tende a dimenticare.
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Those who love Jane Austen and her books must read the diary of Georgiana. Here the character of Georgiana is less naïve. For Italian readers it is a perfect exercise to improve English and to learn a lot of words and idioms.
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ottimo rapporto qualità / prezzo, facilità nel download, il testo è ben leggibile, è stata una lettura entusiasmante. jane austen for ever !
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5.0 su 5 stelle Absolutely love this series 26 marzo 2015
Di Darcyfan - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Absolutely love this series. I have to congratulate Anna Elliott for her excellent writing and for keeping me captivated the entire time. Starting with Georgiana Darcy's Diary, I wanted to keep reading more. I must say that, in general, I've never been a fan of Georgiana/Colonel Fitzwilliam (by the way to me he is Richard, not Edward) simply because it's too "creepy" in my opinion. They're cousins after all and he is much older than she is and they grew up together, but Anna convinced me that this romance is totally plausible. There is nothing to prevent Georgiana from falling in love with the Col., after all he is a hero and from what Jane Austen suggests, men in uniform were quite popular with the ladies in those days. He is honorable and good friend to Darcy and of course Georgiana's guardian, but mostly he is a man of integrity. All very attractive qualities. From infatuation to love there is only a short step and when she comes of age, I can see the possibility of her falling in love with him. I always thought the opposite as less probable, however, after getting to know what he's been through better, one can also see how her soft persuasion could lead him to fall for her. I loved this Georgiana. Strong and feisty. Elizabeth must have giving her good guidance. The whole time I was reading, especially the second book, my heart was in my throat. The war descriptions are so vivid and realistic. In sum an excellent book that I would recommend to anyone who enjoys Pride and Prejudice sequels.
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5.0 su 5 stelle A great sequel! 28 aprile 2013
Di Jennifer Rothwell - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I loved the second installment to Georgiana Darcy's diary. It continued on perfectly from the first volume, tying up all loose ends in Georgiana and Edward's story. However, it was also a great novel in itself. The author has done a wonderful job of including the battle of Waterloo in her story. It was a very realistic telling, using her characters to give first person perspective about the battle. Ms Elliott does not shy away from being starkly realistic when discussing the war and the casualties of war, which would have been unheard of in a novel written in Jane Austen's time. Nonetheless, I am glad she wrote it this way due to the historical perspective it gave. It allowed me to tie in this regency romance to it's historical context and to see what the people of this time would have been going through.
I feel as though Ms Elliott's characters have been brought a bit closer to modern times but I don't believe this is a negative thing. It allowed me to see them as ultimately more human as Elliott isn't as restricted in what she writes as Austen would have been. Plus, by using the technique of a diary account the characters become able to express themselves in a much less 'socially acceptable' way. The reader is able to receive the truth directly from Georgiana's thoughts.
Overall I love these novels and I think Anna Elliott is a talented writer. I haven't read anything of hers that I haven't greatly enjoyed.
4.0 su 5 stelle Too long title for a pretty good P&P "sequel" 10 gennaio 2015
Di MamaSylvia - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Pemberley Diaries # 2

Now delightedly engaged to Col. Fitzwilliam, Georgiana struggles through Christmas celebrations, Elizabeth's pregnancy, a few surprises, and Fitzwilliam's fate at the battle of Waterloo.

I picked up this book free during an Amazon giveaway. The first volume in this series was surprisingly good, and so was this second entry. Apart from the basic unbelievability that shy Georgiana could become so assertive, Elliott does a good job maintaining the P&P characters with one glaring exception. I don't know why writers "extending" the P&P story feel obliged to get someone pregnant out of wedlock, but it is simply not believable for that time. One of the weaknesses of the original P&P is Lydia's running away, which isn't believable even in Austen's own words. Elliott works at making her version believable, but the best I can say is that it is no more unbelievable than the Lydia storyline. I did like most of the storyline and especially her redemption of at least one of the less likable P&P characters. Spelling and grammar were mostly fine. The title is relevant if too long and not particularly imaginative.
5.0 su 5 stelle Pemberley to Waterloo: Georgiana Darcy's Diary, Volume 2 (Pride and Prejudice Chronicles Book 2) 4 agosto 2014
Di K. J. Kalin - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I have looked at some of the other "Pride and Prejudice" 'sequels" and never succumbed and bought one. Georgiana Darcy's Diary was recommended to me and after reading the reviews, I decided to give it a try. I liked that she wrote it in diary form so as not to have to imitate Jane Austen. I also liked that it was free. Might as well give it a shot. Free is good!

I'd always liked Georgiana Darcy. I loved her diary and before I even finished it, I bought-as in paid money for- "Pemberley to Waterloo," and, despite having a confirmed dislike of Kitty, "Kitty Bennet's Diary," and, what the hey, might as well plump for "Margaret Dashwood's Diary" too, while I'm at it and save another visit to Amazon.

I loved "Pemberley to Waterloo" just as much, and "Kitty Bennet's Diary" even more-who knew? Kitty has become a person! like Motel in "Fiddler on the Roof." They are very hard to put down. I am expecting to like "Margaret Dashwood's Diary" just as well.
I'm looking forward to it.
5.0 su 5 stelle A unique perspective 3 febbraio 2014
Di sarah - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Pemberley to Waterloo picks up where Volume 1 leaves off, with Georgiana and Edward happily engaged. But Edward soon receives orders to fight Napoleon, and Georgiana arranges to travel to Brussels with Kitty Bennet to be closer to him. What starts out as an adventure soon turns into an experience of the horrors of war. The balls and social reveling on the eve of battle are soon contrasted with the gritty reality of fighting, as Georgiana and Kitty realize that they are just a few miles from the fighting. When the injured and dying stagger through the streets of Brussels and are left, Georgiana and Kitty rise to the occasion and care for the wounded and sit with the dying. As the fates of their loved ones are learned, both women are forever changed.
I felt that this book was quite removed from the tone of traditional Jane Austen novels, but I loved it. Georgiana and Kitty grow up fast in this novel. Watching these pampered, upper-class women suffer through the horrors of the aftermath of battle and yet stay and take care of the soldiers, was a test of their characters that changed them forever, giving them a perspective few have, and an appreciation for life that few truly enjoy.
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