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eBook Å The Adventures of Lizzy Bennet Read ↠ The second of a three book series this story continues as Elizabeth Bennet experiences life of a young lady from ages twelve to fifteen Friendships are strengthened and the young girl learns to get over the most trying age of her early teen years Rated K for mild language Non canonA young lady from ages twelve to fifteen Friendships are strengthened and the young girl lear This book is a continuation of Book 1 in the series and I would not recommend it as a stand alone With that disclaimer and since I read the first book I loved this continuation It reads as a second episode in a favorite series We have to have the connection between the little girl and the mature woman Our heroine Elizabeth is loved by all and is growing up She still has a close relationship with the Darcy family and Will Darcy in particular She is the only one that he truly feels comfortable with but he sees her as a sisterlittle girl They have a great relationship which as a few bumps as they are put in new situations Her family is very indulgent and encourages her imagination and intelligence Key to the story line is Darcy's Grand Tour trip which will have him out of England for two years What will be different when he returns? We will have to look to book 3 to find out

The Adventures of Lizzy Bennet Book 2 A young lady from ages twelve to fifteen Friendships are strengthened and the young girl lear This book is a continuation of Book 1 in the series and I would not recommend it as a stand alone With that disclaimer and since I read the first book I loved this continuation It reads as a second episode in a favorite series We have to have the connection between the little girl and the mature woman Our heroine Elizabeth is loved by all and is growing up She still has a close relationship with the Darcy family and Will Darcy in particular She is the only one that he truly feels comfortable with but he sees her as a sisterlittle girl They have a great relationship which as a few bumps as they are put in new situations Her family is very indulgent and encourages her imagination and intelligence Key to the story line is Darcy's Grand Tour trip which will have him out of England for two years What will be different when he returns? We will have to look to book 3 to find out

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The Adventures of Lizzy Bennet - Book 2 ↠ The second of a three book series this story continues as Elizabeth Bennet experiences life of This trilogy delivers exactly what the title says and a lot besides It's a series of significant events not just in Lizzy Bennet's life but also in Fitzwilliam Darcy's life beginning with their first meeting when she is ten and he is eighteen years old The growth of their unlikely relationship leads to a connection between Darcys and Bennets that significantly affects both familiesLizzy is a precocious brilliant imaginative talkative child unlike anyone Fitzwilliam has ever met She dearly wishes she had been born a boy because she has no interest in any ladylike pursuits She wants to be Captain Gulliver and discover strange new worlds or fight pirates or engage in some other flight of fancy You can't help liking her and understanding why Fitzwilliam would befriend her even though she's so much younger Both his parents are living at this point though his mother is extremely ill and not expected to live much longer The Darcy family has leased Netherfield since it's close enough to London that the senior Mr Darcy can travel there easily and is not as cold as Pemberley in the winter which is better for Mrs Darcy's health When Lizzy is first introduced to Fitzwilliam's parents she charms them completely She also in a guileless childlike way points out how illogical Mrs Darcy's medical treatments are and makes an observation that leads to the lady's miraculous recovery and the family's eternal gratitudeFortuitously Mr Bennet is inspired by Lizzy of course to take decisive charge of his family just a month before the Darcys move into the area realizing that he must do to provide dowries for the girls and help their marriage prospects He curtails Mrs Bennet's expensive habits and refuses to allow her to plan for early come outs for Jane and Lizzy He and the senior Mr Darcy each find a kindred spirit in the other They enjoy chess matches together and Mr Bennet also benefits from Mr Darcy's advice increasing Longbourn's profitability All the books proceed in this way It's one event or encounter after another each relatively self contained and resolved usually because of Lizzy's presence before going on to another situation where she will be a key player Even the villains primarily Lady Catherine and Caroline Bingley turn up make trouble and get thwarted with the plot moving to a different storyline until they return with a different scheme later that will again be thwarted Lizzy is certainly the central character but there's no central plot She travels and visits with the Darcys freuently throughout all three books which virtually ignore the rest of Longbourn's inhabitants Book #1 establishes the friendship between the Bennets and Darcys with Lizzy virtually adopted as a sister to Georgiana and Fitzwilliam Book #2 has both Fitzwilliam and Lizzy going through changes He's getting his Cambridge education and traveling while she's growing from a little girl to a teenager They have an active correspondence By Book #3 Fitzwilliam finally sees her as a woman and realizes he's in love with her but she's convinced that she isn't a suitable mate for anyoneThe writing has a juvenile uality to it It gradually gets and dialogue centered to the point that by the third book in this series at least 90% is dialogue By that time talking between characters narrates the events sounding too stilted and unnatural for conversation There's also a great deal of repetition with characters saying the same things over and over Darcy really takes being Lizzy's blood brother to heart he mentions it so often Without any unifying thread throughout these adventures I consider these books chronologies a journal of unrelated events during Lizzy's formative years rather than a romance novel Lizzy herself is too perfect to be believable They're a pleasant series of books but I can't recommend them book ✓ Ê Kate Speck

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Kate Speck Ê doc Ns to get over the most trying age of her early teen years Rated K for mild language Non canon This is a great adventureDarcy and Elizabeth are growing up and getting closer in this amusing story We get to know of several characters that we usually just get mentioned and some villains get their due Impatiently waiting for the third book