Pride and Pyramids: Mr. Darcy in Egypt

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  • Title: Pride and Pyramids: Mr. Darcy in Egypt
  • Author: Amanda Grange Jacqueline Webb
  • ISBN: 9781402265358
  • Page: 105
  • Format: ebook
Pride and Pyramids: Mr. Darcy in Egypt

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About “Amanda Grange Jacqueline Webb

  • Amanda Grange Jacqueline Webb

    Amanda Grange was born in Yorkshire and spent her teenage years reading Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer whilst also finding time to study music at Nottingham University She has had twenty five novels published including six Jane Austen retellings, which look at events from the heroes points of view She has also had two books published under different names Murder at Whitegates Manor as Eleanor Tyler a Regency cosy crime murder mystery and The Rake as Amy Watson a very light and frothy Regency romance.Woman said of Mr Darcy s Diary Lots of fun, this is the tale behind the alpha male, whilst The Washington Post called Mr Knightley s Diary affectionate The Historical Novels Review made Captain Wentworth s Diary an Editors Choice, remarking, Amanda Grange has hit upon a winning formula Austenblog declared that Colonel Brandon s Diary was the best book yet in her series of heroes diaries Amanda Grange now lives in Cheshire Her profile photo was taken at the Jane Austen House Museum, Chawton The museum is well worth a visit You can find out by visiting her website at amandagrange You can also follow her on Twitter hromanceuk and find her on Facebook



578 thoughts on “Pride and Pyramids: Mr. Darcy in Egypt

  • 3.5 starsFirst, I won this book in a drawing on the JustJane1813 blog Secondly, I usually like PP variations above all else so this sequel is a departure from my normal reading fare I have read one other book by Amanda Grange and liked it This is the story of how the Darcys are enticed to join his cousin, Edward, in a trip to Egypt to not only tour exotic sights but to also continue the past generation s search for a hidden tomb.There were two parts of the story line that were not developed well [...]


  • First off I have to say I really rate this book 41 2 stars.I thoughly enjoyed this alternaative story with a myterious twist Mysterious twist it certainly did have In this story we meet with a new characters, Mr Darcy s much younger cousin Edward Fitzwilliam and the Lucas youngest a daughter, Sophie Edward is younger than Darcy by fifteen years He is also very enthusiastic and interested in all things Egyptian We learn that Darcy s father along with Edward s father and a third man went to Egypt [...]


  • Truly nothing really to do with Pride and Prejudice, but I love Amanda Grange and enjoyed this book tremendously However, you could change the names and you would have little to no idea it was based on PP.



  • 4.5 stars.I adored this book Utterly, positively adored this book Set 15 years later after the events of Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth and Darcy are happily married with their six children between the ages of fourteen and six Darcy s cousin Edward Fitzwilliam, younger brother of Colonel Fitzwilliam is a Egyptian fanatic and he visits them shortly before setting off on a Egyptian trip One thing leads to another and before everyone can say Pyramids , Darcy and Elizabeth and the children are joini [...]


  • TYPE OF AUSTENESQUE NOVEL Pride and Prejudice SequelTIME FRAME 15 years after the close of Pride and PrejudiceMAIN CHARACTERS Fitzwilliam Darcy, Elizabeth Darcy, Edward Fitzwilliam new , Sophia Lucas new , Paul Inkworthy new , Sir Matthew Rosen new WHY I WANTED TO READ THIS BOOK It is Amanda Grangeed be said I loved the idea of Darcy and Elizabeth doing something so wholly unique Sourcebooks publishes some fantastic Austenesque literature, and in the past I ve always done well to trust their ju [...]


  • Fast paced and with the exotic charm of Egypt added to the appeal of the Regency world, Pride and Pyramids is a delightful surprise.Mystery, legends, superstitions enter the lives of the pleasing and proper Darcy family on visiting the land of the Pharaohs.Defying a magician s wrath as well as the legend saying magical plagues affect archaeologists , the Darcys seek the tomb of Hammon and Husn to uncover its hidden treasure Elizabeth and Darcy have been married 15 years now and have 6 children T [...]


  • Edward Fitzwilliam, Darcy s younger cousin comes to Pemberly and announces he is taking a trip to Egypt After the Darcy family accompanies Edward to the British Museum to meet with Sir Matthew who is an archaeologist in Egypt whom Edward would like to work with, Darcy decides the whole family should go on an adventure to see the Pyramids So, Darcy, Elizabeth, and their children Beth, William, John, Laurence, Jane, and Margaret go to Egypt with cousin Edward They invite along a painter, Paul Inkw [...]


  • This was just the sort of sweet fluff I needed this month What could be better than following the Darcys to Cairo



  • Pride Pyramids is light hearted read with a splash of history, a pinch of mystery and a hint of the supernatural To truly enjoy it, you will need to have an appreciation of all things Pride Prejudice and a fascination of Egypt especially ancient Egypt There were many references to PP and without this insight to PP, you will likely be confused It is definitely a book for fans of PP.This book is mainly focused on the Darcys as a family and also as a couple Jane Bingley, Lydia Wickham, and a numbe [...]


  • It s summertime The perfect time for a fun, sunshiny read And if you re a fan of all things Darcy and Indiana Jones, Pride and Pyramids might be a great fit for you The talented Amanda Grange has partnered with the Egyptian scholar Jacqueline Webb to bring us an exciting adventure in the exotic lands of the pharaohs and secret treasures.Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth Darcy have been married for fifteen years in this sequel to Pride and Prejudice They are as happy as ever, enjoying their children and [...]


  • In the entire spectrum of Pride and Prejudice sequels, variations, retellings, and what if s I ve seen Darcy as a vampire, werewolf, zombie, ranch owner, and rock star I ve seen Elizabeth as a master zombie fighter, scientist, doctor, sleuth, and time traveler I ve seen them in WWII England, Colonial America, Thailand, Texas, and Oxford, but never have we seen them the way Amanda Grange and Jacqueline Webb have envisioned them in Pride Pyramids Mr Darcy in Egypt Taking them down the Nile and int [...]


  • I m not sure if I ever wondered what Elizabeth and Darcy s life would have been liked after Jane Austen ended their story, but I didn t expect a somewhat relaxed Darcy to agree to a somewhat spur of the moment decision to traipse off to Egypt Darcy s younger cousin, Edward, drops by for a visit and announces that he s heading off to the British Museum to try and convince one of the scholars to allow him to go along on his next dig Edward is positive that where Sir Matthew is digging is the site [...]


  • Posted on Romancing the Book s blogReviewed by RachelReview Copy Provided by NetgalleyReading a sequel to Pride and Predjudice felt a little strange I had to keep telling myself that it was fifteen years later Darcy and Elizabeth have six children and are enjoying married life quite nicely when their cousin Edward stops by for a visit and is later invited to Egypt Considering it s been his dream he jumps at the chance.Darcy gives it some thought and later thinks it will not only be educational b [...]



  • This was a delightful sequel to Pride Prejudice and I enjoyed it thoroughly Elizabeth and Darcy are happily ensconced in Pemberley with their six children, and enjoying life 15 years on from the time of their marriage.When Darcy s cousin Edward visits with news that he is going to Egypt to participate on an archeological dig, nothing will do but that the entire Darcy family accompany him.It seems like a wonderful adventure and opportunity for the Darcy children to experience life in another cult [...]


  • This book combines two of my greatest passions Jane Austen and Egypt What a fantastic combination The story follows the adventures of Mr Mrs Darcy and their six children The Darcy family with other friends and Mrs Bennet travel for months by a boat to Egypt, where they venture into a hot desert into establish dig Here they try to find a tomb and vast treasures.It was great to read again about Elizabeth and Mr Darcy, about their great love and most of all mutual respect I liked the setting for th [...]


  • 2.5 stars I honestly tried to like this novel The premise sounded promising the Darcy s going off to Egypt on an archaeological expedition, surrounded by the myths and legends of the Ancient Egyptians The story would have probably worked better had it been about a normal Victorian group, than the characters from Austen s Pride and Prejudice I found that I enjoyed the bits far than didn t include Elizabeth and Darcy s moments At first it was nice seeing Darcy Elizabeth interactions but then half [...]


  • Pride and Pyramids Mr Darcy in EgyptDelightful story about Darcy s cousin, Edward Fitzwilliam, spreading his quest for the hidden tomb his father and Darcy s father had searched for, to Darcy and Elizabeth Elizabeth decides that the trip would be an educational adventure for the entire family Exacting arrangements are made by Darcy The youngest of the Darcys children, Meg, becomes the surrogate for an evil Egyptian spirit Mrs Bennet conveniently loses herself on the ship Darcy has hired so that [...]


  • To combine Pride Prejudice with Egypt Pyramids seemed like it wasn t going to work but it did We re introduced to Elizabeth and Darcy 15 years into their marriage they have 6 kids who are all different but loved by both parents and they have a happy marriage even though they still argue I was glad to see they still kept their stubborn nature Vacationing in Egypt turns into an treasure seeking adventure with Wickman trying to get under their skin again We re introduced to some new characters that [...]


  • Originally posted at longandshortreviews.cI ll make a confession up front I m a huge fan of anything set during the Regency I m also an admirer of anything written by Jane Austen And well, what can I say about the wonderful Mr Darcy Having said that anything written about any of these has to be near perfect I m happy to say Pride and Pyramids is pretty close to perfect In fact, it was a fun and enjoyable read from first to last word.It s romance done Regency style it s part mystery, part adventu [...]


  • This was a lively PP sequel, diving into the obsession with Egypt that has consumed England throughout the centuries The Darcy family travels to Cairo with their six children, Colonel Fitzwilliam s younger brother, Edward, Sophie Lucas Charlotte s sister , and Paul Inkworthy, the artist who will capture sketches of their journey Edward is on the hunt for a tomb which his, Darcy s, and Wickham s fathers searched for in their youth, never to find On this journey, however, they are fated to have be [...]


  • 3.5 STARS I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Fifteen years laterDarcy and Elizabeth are still in love and now have a family of their own When Darcy s cousin, Edward visits them he piques the couple s in his interest of Egypt and going on an expedition for riches Years ago the Darcy brothers themselves had gone on an expedition to Egypt Accompany them are the 6 Darcy children, Sophie Lucas Charlotte Lucas youngest sister , Peter Inkworthy a painter , Mrs Bennet, who [...]


  • Pride Pyramids Mr Darcy in Egypt by Amanda Grange and Jacqueline Webb is one of the most unique spinoffs of Jane Austen s work as it takes place years after Darcy and Lizzy have been married double digit years later and sets them off on what some would consider a dream honeymoon to Egypt, although without the modern conveniences that are likely to be there today Darcy s Cousin Edward has been obsessed with Egypt and a fabled tomb filled with treasure since he was a boy and heard tales of his fat [...]


  • Jane Austen meets Elizabeth Peters Amelia Peabody Amanda Grange has once again created a great Jane Austen knock off While plot driven, with less character development than Grange s series of diaries of Jane Austen s heroes my favorite is Colonel Brandon s Diary the reader is assumed to know the characters and plot of Pride and Prejudice, as most readers will the book is an adventure as Darcy and Elizabeth and their children and a few others invited and not travel to Cairo and the Valley of the [...]


  • Pride Pyramids is a sequel to Pride Prejudice Darcy Elizabeth have been together for 15 years now and have 6 children Their love is as strong as it ever was Along with their cousin Edward the family heads out on an expedition to Egypt to seek out mysteries and hidden tombs.I loved this latest Pride Prejudice story It was intriguing with an exciting twist setting to add to the life of these characters The Darcy s are always fun to read about For me Amanda Grange is the next best thing to Jane Aus [...]


  • The Egyptological research is largely very good Near the beginning, there was one mention of the magnificent pyramids in the Valley of the Kings that had me really worried, but that appears to have been a single blip The writing is clear and unpretentious many of the people who try to imitate an old fashioned style similar to Austen s wind up using far too heavy a hand The characterization is quite good, and their children are a delight Is it near as good as the original Of course not, but it wa [...]


  • I loved this sequel to Pride and Prejudice so much I thought Amanda Grange did a wonderful job keeping true to the characters and the period she was writing in It is very fitting that I loved this continuation of Pride and Prejudice so much, when my very first Pride and Prejudice continuation novel was Mr Darcy, Vampyre, also by Amanda Grange I love her style and her works, which have just a hint of the supernatural to them Very, very good read that I would recommend to someone who loves P P as [...]


  • I really wish there were half stars, I think this deserved a 3.5, it was good but not great The story was quite fun, really, but this could have been easily done without borrowing Austen s characters Mrs Bennett was there as the annoying m i l, and Wickham as the discontented bad guy, but really, neither one did much for the plot, just to remind you that you were reading a PP sequel I liked the story of the doll and the youngest Darcy, it was just right for a lighthearted go to Egypt story.


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