(Note: the paperback is called Mr Darcy's Diary, but the hardback is called Darcy's Diary. They are, however, the same book.)

Mr Darcy's Diary

Mr Darcy's Diary Cover     Mr Darcy's Diary Cover

Hardback cover (left) and paperback cover (right)

Available from all good bookshops as well as Amazon UK and Amazon US , also available as pdf , audiobook - title Darcy's Diary, and an audio download


"Absolutely fascinating. Amanda Grange seems to have really got under Darcy's skin and retells the story, in diary form with great feeling and sensitivity." - Historical Novels Review.

"Darcy’s Diary is an enjoyable journey into the mind of one of the most popular characters in literary history . . . a gift to a new generation of Darcy fans and a treat for existing fans as well." - Austenblog

"Literature's most eligible bachelor is back! A treat for Pride and Prejudice fans, this tells the story from Mr Darcy's point of view. Sensitive to the original but lots of fun, this is the tale behind the alpha male." - Woman magazine

"Darcy's perspective makes everything seem fresh and new. For those of us who have read the original Pride and Prejudice dozens of times, like myself, MR. DARCY'S DIARY is like reliving the experience of reading the original for the first time. "- Heather Eileen, Romance Junkies

"If you know your favourite book by heart, this is an extra helping" - Katie Fforde

"I loved it" - Penny Jordan

Find out what readers think:

"Amanda Grange does an excellent job in showing Darcy's slow growth towards a clearer undertanding of how others regard his actions and towards true self-awareness. At the same time, his perception of other characters changes - first of all of Elizabeth, but also of Caroline and Charles Bingley, and even of his cousin Anne. (I loved what Amanda Grange did with Anne.) I found the book convincing from beginning to end and enjoyed reading it very much." - Ulrike

Read some extracts from Darcy's Diary

1. Darcy and Wickham

2. Darcy and Elizabeth at Longbourn, after Lydia's marriage

I don't want to give too much away, but I will just add this: if, like me, you think that Anne de Bourgh deserves some happiness, then I think you will like Darcy's Diary.

You can find out more about how and why I wrote Darcy's Diary, including working out the timeline, here