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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies It Is A Truth Universally Acknowledged That A Zombie In Possession Of Brains Must Be In Want Of Brains So Begins Pride And Prejudice And Zombies, An Expanded Edition Of The Beloved Jane Austen Novel Featuring All New Scenes Of Bone Crunching Zombie Mayhem As Our Story Opens, A Mysterious Plague Has Fallen Upon The Quiet English Village Of Meryton And The Dead Are Returning To Life Feisty Heroine Elizabeth Bennet Is Determined To Wipe Out The Zombie Menace, But She S Soon Distracted By The Arrival Of The Haughty And Arrogant Mr Darcy What Ensues Is A Delightful Comedy Of Manners With Plenty Of Civilized Sparring Between The Two Young Lovers And Even Violent Sparring On The Blood Soaked Battlefield Can Elizabeth Vanquish The Spawn Of Satan And Overcome The Social Prejudices Of The Class Conscious Landed Gentry Complete With Romance, Heartbreak, Swordfights, Cannibalism, And Thousands Of Rotting Corpses,


About the Author: Seth Grahame-Smith

Seth Grahame Smith born Seth Jared Greenberg is an American author, screenwriter and film producer He is best known for his novels Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter which both hit the New York Timesbest seller list Seth Grahame Smith lives in Los Angeles, California with his wife, Erin, and his son, Joshua.



10 thoughts on “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

  1. says:

    I tried to resist When everyone starting losing their shit over this book and pre ordering it, I told myself that this was a literary bandwagon I wouldn t jump on I read the reviews posted here, and saw that for the most part the consensus was that this book was grossly overrated All the parts that Grahame Smith wrote and there aren t many weren t very we


  2. says:

    Since I am known by my friends as a Jane Austen person, SEVENTEEN different people sent me the link to this publishing announcement Even though the book won t be published for another two months, a friend managed to procure an advanced copy aka Word doc of the finished product , and so I read it over the weekend.That being said, it s rather unnecessary for anyon


  3. says:

    If you are an Austen purist, you probably will not like this.If you are a zombie purist, you will probably not like this.If you can accept two seemingly unrelated worlds colliding in a creative, fun, and gruesome tale that both pokes fun of and pays homage to each genre step right up and check this out This book was a lot of fun Every page had at least one quote that h


  4. says:

    The movie was a billion times better than the bookHow often do you get to say that What a great idea Take a universally loved classic and spice it up with some zombies Honestly, I couldn t wait to get my hands on this thing I just knew that it was going to be so much fun to read I was wrong Really wrong To start with, it wasn t funny It tried to be funny, but it wasn t It was


  5. says:

    Taking my cue from the emotional ratings of the goodreads star system and I can only muster two stars for this book , I offer you a fully gut reaction to Pride and Prejudice and Zombies didn t like it1 The ninjafication of Lizzy and the Bennet sisters. It was completely idiotic The book really should have been called Pride and Prejudice and Ninjas with Zombies to allow dumb ass Ultr


  6. says:

    Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, 1 , Seth Grahame Smith, Jane AustenIt is a mashup combining Jane Austen s classic novel Pride and Prejudice 1813 with elements of modern zombie fiction, crediting Austen as co author It was first published in April 2009 by Quirk Books and in October 2009 a Deluxe Edition was released, containing full color images and addition


  7. says:

    Find all of my reviews at When I saw the theme of the winter library challenge was Classics Re Mixed I knew Pride and Prejudice and Zombies was going to be one of the five books I would read or in this case re read I m not a re reader by nature, but P P is one of my all time faves that I own as a leather bound collection, a 7.00 B N cheapy collection, a hardback and one I actually allow myself to


  8. says:

    Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is brilliant and hilarious This is a mash up, meaning that Graham Smith used the actual text of Jane Austin s novel she is listed as a co author and inserted his zombie story along the original storyline The trouble with most horror stories, whether print or film, is poor writing Someone may have a great concept, but setting that down on paper is too difficult, or that so


  9. says:

    Umoh my goshwhat to say A quarter of me thinks I should be outraged, the other three quarters is insanely giggling at the very idea, and then there s the very small uncounted minority of me that is throwing her fist in the air and screaming Finally This is the best idea ever And now that I ve read it Well, actually, I still think it s pretty darn good idea It was weird reading it though, because the zombie may


  10. says:

    I m sorry to say but this one didn t work for me, at all To begin with, this is almost a word for word copy of Pride and Prejudice, the zombies are mentioned but not really used They are just a setting, there s no plot involving them, no battle, nothing Believe me, I read on and on waiting for something to happen but nothing did Sadly, one of the little few changes that the zombies brought with them was not a good on


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