[Ebook] ➤ The Ballad of Gregoire Darcy (Pride and Prejudice Continues, # 4) By Marsha Altman – Thomashillier.co.uk



10 thoughts on “The Ballad of Gregoire Darcy (Pride and Prejudice Continues, # 4)

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I absolutely loved this installment of Marsha Altman s series I loved her take on Gregoire s life and how he went from being a monk in Spain to a gentleman in Ireland with a new family, as well as the hints of the others lives This story sucked me right in from the start, and I couldn t put it down The things I especially enjoyed Dr Maddox taking young Frederick to see the ailing King George, his and Caroline s constant wariness of the Prince Regent over the subject of Frederick, and the f I absolutely loved this installment of Marsha Altman s series I loved her take on Gregoire s life and how he went from being a monk in Spain t...


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    With The Ballad of Gr goire Darcy, Marsha Altman has changed publishers however, the writing and story crafting are as well executed as ever This book moves forward the lives of Jane Austen s original characters as well as those that have been added over the last three books Since the end of Pride and Prejudice, children have been born to Darcy and Elizabeth, Bingley and Jane, Charlotte and Mr Collins, Carolyn Bingley and her husband Dr Maddox, Mary Bennet, and to Lydia and Wickham and als Wit...


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here In my complete blog post, I reviewed Ms Altman s entire series to date the full review can be found at ebookocracy.com if you are interested Here is an excerpt relevent to this volume Gr goire begins this story happily as a Benedictine monk in Spain and he ends it by getting married to an Irish widow How he gets there is title storyline of the book, but we are also given a glimpse at the courtship of Mary Bennet, an explanation of the Darcy s extreme dislike of society and Caroline s husba In my complete blog post, I reviewed Ms Altman s enti...


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    This book was wonderful Some parts of Gr goire s story were almost painful to read, they were so tragic He was such an innocent at the beginning, and somehow, through all of his trials and tribulations, he retained that innocence Despite being wounded and betrayed by those he loved most, his faith stayed strong Though he did engage in a couple of spectacular instances of sin I loved the secondary characters in this book, particularly the children Geoffrey Darcy, George Wickham, and Georgi This book was wonderful Some parts of Gr goire s story were almost painful to read, they were so tragic He was such an innocent at the beginning, and somehow, through all of his trials and tribulations, he retained that innocence Despite being wo...


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    This is not your usual kind of variation No this is the family saga kind of variation This book is the fourth in the Darcy and Bingley Pride and prejudice sequel Kids have been born, people have gotten married, there has been trouble and fun times, and lots of secrets.I have not read the previous books but then I am a fast learner In the beginning of the book was a family chart so I just checked who had married who and read the introduction by Altman And then I was up to speed and could get This is not your usual kind of variation No this is the family saga kind of variation This book is the fourth in the Darcy and Bingley Pride and prejudice sequel Kids have been born, people have gotten married, there has been trouble and fun times, and lots of secrets.I have not read the previous books but then I am a fast learner In the beginning of the book was a family chart so I just checked who had married who and read the introduction by Altman And then I was up to speed and could get started.In this one there is general focus on the Bingleys, Darcys, The Maddox family that is Caroline Bingley s husband who is only a doctor But there is also other things going on Mr Darcy found out that he has an illegitimate bro...


  6. says:

    Loved this book A very fast read A lot of info is revealed into the characters background Darcys background and I think we learn a little about his personality thru Gregroire The story was wonderful and starts a few years after the last novel T...


  7. says:

    I only got this book as a quick weekend read I was surprised nothing will ever compare to Jane Austen, but this book is actually pretty good Lots of character development, makes you further understand why Darcy is the way he is.


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    Love these


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    The Ballad of Gregoire Darcy Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice ContinuesInteresting story about the younger Darcy half brother, Gregoire This story continues after Darcy and Dr Maddox are rescued from Transylvania The March of Napoleon s army on Russia has wreaked havoc in Europe Monasteries have disbanded and Gregoire relocates himself to Spain Between the local community and the Church community, the Archbishop declares him a living saint At the same time he finds that Gregoire has a lo The Ballad of Gregoire Darcy Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice ContinuesInteresting story about the younger Darcy half brother, Gregoire This story continues after Darcy and Dr Maddox are rescued from Transylvania The March of Napoleon s army on Russia has wreaked havoc in Europe Monasteries have disbanded and Gregoire relocates him...


  10. says:

    meh It probably would have been great but I was expecting something at least along the lines of an attempted Austen so maybe my prejudice lies in that Maybe I will try again later knowing better what I am headed for, maybe not Part of the problem, also, is the insane number of ...


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The Ballad of Gregoire Darcy (Pride and Prejudice Continues, # 4) Revisits The Beloved Characters Of Jane Austen S Pride And Prejudice In Marsha Altman S Fourth NovelWHIRLWIND OF PEMBERLEYThe Comings And Goings On Their Grand Estate Present Endless Challenges For Elizabeth And Darcy Can They Avoid Scandal Given The Recent Arrival Of Mr Darcy S Illegitimate Brother Gr Goire, Mr Bennet S Advancing Years, The Younger George Wickham S Coming Of Age, And Dr Maddox S Departure From His Position With The Prince Regent Even As His Many Secrets Threaten To Be Discovered COURTSHIP OF MARY BENNETAfter Her Disastrous Trip To The Continent Resulted In A Passionate Romance And An Unintended Child, Mary Bennet Finds Herself Back In England, Living With The Shameful Title Of Unwed Mother Having Given Up On Ever Finding Love, Mary Is Shocked To Find Herself Pursued By A Proper Gentleman But Are His Intentions True, Or Is Mary Being Led Astray By Her Heart Once Again TORMENT OF GR GOIRE DARCYLeaving His Sheltered, Peaceful Life At A Benedictine Cloister, Gr Goire Enters A World He Never Imagined Thrust Into Regency England S Secular Society, Gr Goire Is Overwhelmed How Can An Inexperienced, Single Man Stay True To Himself While Finding His Place In A Culture Obsessed With Matrimony