It has to be Darcy because I'm totally besotted with him. He's strong, thoughtful, loving and caring. He's far too 'proper and aloof' at first but then learns he is not the centre of the universe , just slightly off centre, and becomes lovable and appealing.
she has an easy voice to listen to. it's at just the right pitch and her tone and pronounciation is just right.
When Elizabeth contemplated suicide i was moved but I also wanted to shake her. That was too selfish for Elizabeth even though she tried to argue she was being selfless.
Devoting her time to Darcy in his illness was also moving as was his amnesia to her attention throughout his illness. Sometimes the good old stiff upper lip is far too frustrating.
Easy to read, very enjoyable for all P&P fans who like to read variations in the 'lives' of these wonderful characters.
Thoughtful, clever, romantic
Always Darcy. He's noble, gentle, kind and strong. Recognises his faults once pointed out to him.
Elizabeth. Loved the way the reader spoke her character.
The current title is perfect
I have many P and P. Books on audio and this has to be one of if not the best. So easy to listen to and the story similar to the original but with a few twists.The author has written it beautifully, with some lovely language, to compliment Jane Austen's herself. Just hints of physical love and desires.
Possibly but this was very disappointing. The big draw is Darcy but his character is disappointing, drab and unappealing.
So slow and very little substance.
Easy, clear, steady
Can't honestly remember. I switched off mentally so many times..
Very disappointing. There were some parts that grabbed my interest but they were few and far between.
Yes I would. It's a lovely story but nothing much to do with the Darcy I love. It took me ages to work out why the book was called 'mr Darcy's Dream'. Nevertheless it was light and brilliant told by Phyllida Nash.
I have read other books by Elizabeth Aston and I love them.
No I listened to it in bursts whilst driving.
The audible books whisk me away to the era of the books. I love all pride and prejudice sequels with few exceptions. This was no exception. Phyllida Nash is just easy on the ear and portrays the characters with aplomb. Love them.
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