The Way Home

Following Miss Elizabeth Bennet s refusal of his proposal in Hunsford, Mr Fitzwilliam Darcy returned to London greatly disturbed in mind angry, hurt, confused, he could neither understand nor accept what had happened.But during a stay on his uncle s estate, his aunt helped him to finally see the truth, and how much in error he had been throughout This knowledge did littFollowing Miss Elizabeth Bennet s refusal of his proposal in Hunsford, Mr Fitzwilliam Darcy returned to London greatly disturbed in mind angry, hurt, confused, he could neither understand nor accept what had happened.But during a stay on his uncle s estate, his aunt helped him to finally see the truth, and how much in error he had been throughout This knowledge did little to heal his heart, and so he determined it best to get on with his life, and try to forget.A chance meeting, however, set this plan aside, and he found himself once under the power of her charms But between him and his goal of winning her lay many miles of travel, the rescue of a family from infamy, knife wielding footpads, and the recognition that his heart would never be his again.This lovingly crafted companion to Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice will give her fans a feeling of home coming, and a chance to see this beloved story from a new perspective, all the while immersed in the endearing world of Regency England Austen so masterfully created.
The Way Home Following Miss Elizabeth Bennet s refusal of his proposal in Hunsford Mr Fitzwilliam Darcy returned to London greatly disturbed in mind angry hurt confused he could neither understand nor accept w

  • Title: The Way Home
  • Author: Stanley Michael Hurd
  • ISBN: 9780991038220
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Way Home”

    1. I laughed. I cried. And I will, like the other review stated, have to re-read these three volumes together. For me they are the companion to Pride and Prejudice.As we know from the book descriptions, these volumes are from Mr. Darcy's point of view and it is a journey. I so much appreciate hearing/reading of Darcy's despair, his anger, his resentment and then his reasoning with himself as he thinks through what he actually said to Elizabeth in his proposal at Hunsford and her reactions to such. [...]

    2. (Note: Potential readers should be made aware that this is the third volume in the Darcy’s Tale series, and that it will be necessary to read Volume I and Volume II prior to reading this one.)In the final installment of his praiseworthy and popular Darcy’s Tale trilogy, Stanley Hurd concludes retelling the story of Pride and Prejudice from the hero’s prospective, and this volume picks up with a wretched and dejected Darcy returning to London after receiving a mortifying and crushing reject [...]

    3. In this, the final volume of Stanley Michael Hurd’s Darcy’s Tale series, we take the inevitable journey from disappointment and bitterness to joy and fulfillment. The action begins shortly after Elizabeth has rejected Darcy’s proposals at Hunsford and ends—well, at the end, or perhaps for my taste a little after the end of the story.Mr. Hurd continues to have a sharp ear for period language, with delightful words and phrases rolling off the page: gladsome; elation of spirit; all the hast [...]

    4. Ok, to be honest I'm not sure this book should qualify as being read, but here it is anyway. I did compulsively read like a maniac, the part where dear Lizzie is finally ready to accept Darcy's love anyway, as well as the epilogue and the added walks to the grove behind the Bennett's house that, I thought, were a really nice added touch on Mr Hurd's part. So yes, I am guilty of a lot of skimming - as I knew I would; after all I haven't made it a secret that all that ever interested me in these l [...]

    5. Gosh, what to say. I read the three book series today so I am reviewing them as a whole. As usual, I don't want to give anything away so don't look for an in-depth review here. This is a Darcy POV book series with, in my opinion, little heart and zero passion. The most passionate scene with Darcy in it is with Wickham. In fact, the Wickham scenes were the highlight. The book faithfully adheres to the original and the scenes imagined are better than some but all the charm and love felt from the o [...]

    6. What a fantastic end to this trilogy. Stanley Michael Hurd has really outdone himself with this series. I cannot recommend his books enough. If you are a true Pride and Prejudice fan then his books are a must read.

    7. And so to the concluding part of this Pride and Prejudice tale from Darcy's point of view. Following on from the Hunsford's proposal it takes Darcy's on a journey of self discovery and to the correct solution.

    8. Best fanfiction EVER So, this was the third and last volume. I do recommend reading this as I have the two previous ones.

    9. I just love Stan Hurd's stuff. I'm also amazed that a man wanted to take P&P on. I like his tone and voice as Darcy. It just works. Bravo, Mr. Hurd, as always!

    10. austendiaries/20Type: P&P Parallel (true to the original plot, told from a different perspective)Perspective: DarcyRomance Level: Austen-esqueRecommend: Yes, 4 starsDarcy's Tale is a three volume series. The third, The Way Home, the events from Darcy's return to London from Rosings Park, the suprize meeting at Pemberley, the findind of Wickham and return to Longborne. It fills in the blanks and elaborates what would have happened to Darcy. We hear just how embarassed he is over the proposal [...]

    11. This is the last installment on a three part series for P&P from Darcy's POV. I have to say I absolutely love this. It was done so well. And I love how all the characters stayed true to themselves throughout the book. I think he kept Austen's original characters and mannerisms and expanded upon what it was like being Darcy and what he was going through.I loved the additional characters that the author added. We get a very lively and at times a bit crazy relatives. But they are so encouraging [...]

    12. I have finished the three part series of Darcy’s Tale by Stanley Michael Hurd. I found quite well done. I am usually always looking for books that are variations of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and this one was very good. It is the entirety of Pride and Prejudice told from Mr. Darcy’s point of view. It is set up in a three volume set to reflect the publishing of the original Pride and Prejudice being released in three parts. The aspect of this trilogy that I find particularly interest [...]

    13. A great ending to the trilogy of Pride and Prejudice written from Darcy's perspective. You can sense that the author is male as there is much detail about conversations that only men would hold related to the military, government, farming, estate management and hunting. It was wonderful to see Darcy's attitude towards Lizzys reproof change, make him a better man and more determined to set all straight including his involvement with Bingley. Darcy's feelings are opened for us all to understand an [...]

    14. *happy sigh*This was seriously good. The whole series is seriously good. If you're a fan of Pride & Prejudice, and like reading stories based on Darcy's point of view, read this one. I've read several others, and this series was really the best of them all. It makes all of his actions in the original make sense, and you feel sympathetic toward him and his plight the whole time!Please, read this.5 stars. I'm so happy that this book ended the series exactly how I wanted it to.

    15. This was the final chapter of a very good series telling the story of Mr Darcy and Miss Elizabeth Bennett from Darcy's perspective. It is lovingly faithful to the original.

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