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Excessively Diverted: The Sequel to Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice Paperback – 1 Sep 2002
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Excessively Diverted is a quick and pleasant read. I enjoyed it very much. -- From a Review by Linda Waldemar,The Republic of Pemberley 31st August,2002
I loved the new characters and almost forgot that they werent original to Pride and Prejudice. -- A pre-publication opinion of Excessively Diverted by J.D.Matthews July 2002
I was relieved that Juliette Shapiro wasnt tempted to inflict unhappiness on the newly married Darcys. -- An independent readers viewpoint. Jennifer Carrington 5th July 2002
I was shocked about Darcy and Wickham but was so enchanted by this lovely follow on that I now believe the events to be entirely possible. -- A shocked independant reader. Lynne Mc Bain 2002
About the Author
Juliette Shapiro is an accomplished fiction writer who has been published in Verbatim, QWF, and The Jane Austen Magazine. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.See all Product description
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I actually purchased Excessively Diverted as an e-book but will definately order it in hard copy to keep on my bookshelf ready for a re-read.
It was not my favourite book, sorry, but others may like it.
I was very disappointed. The plot is implausible, the characters' behaviour illogical, the ending abrupt. Too many subplots that could have been exploited are only hinted at, then abandoned, and eventually given a hasty conclusion just before the whole story ends.
The whole story is clumsy and badly structured.
Better buy something else.