Pride & Prejudice & ZOMBIES

“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a zombie in in possession of brains must be in want of more brains.”

Okay folks: this is hilarious. or as Jayne would say: “HI-larious.”

Please, run quickly and buy this book. or reserve it from your local library. Please.

Anyone in need of a hearty laugh, who is fairly acquainted with the original, will roll over laughing.

One more tidbit:

“As guests fled in every direction, Mr. Bennett’s voice cut through the commotion. “Girls! Pentagram of Death!” … From a corner of the room, Mr. Darcy watched Elizabeth and her sisters work their way outward, beheading zombie after zombieas they went. He knew of only one other woman in all of Great Britian who wielded a dagger with such skill, such grace, and such deadly accuracy.”

6 thoughts on “Pride & Prejudice & ZOMBIES”

    1. I’m only on page 30-something… I had to leave it at home when I went to work today or else I totally would have hunkered down and read it here.

      got one word: FUNNY!

      I don’t even know the genius of … is it a parody? an homage? an AU? I have no idea. but I was laughing pretty hard. (and I actually love the way it kinda keeps the style of Jane’s writing, but doesn’t use as many words….) I’m just meeting Mr. Collins. I’m looking forward to his preachings on Fordyce’s sermons…



  1. Isn’t that pretty much just the greatest thing ever? i found a copy at, of all places, our local children’s bookshop.

    i have but one word to describe the book’s greatness:



    1. I’m so glad you found it without resorting to “asking at the counter.” men. feh: afraid of asking for help or directions!!!!!

      (just kidding: a little bit.)

      which children’s bookstore had it? just curious.

      hope you’re well. happy monday!!! đŸ˜›


      1. Children’s Corner Bookshop. It was right after we had lunch last week.

        There was sword fighting in the mall as well, very appropriate for the occasion, although i do believe the young women were trained by the Chinese as opposed to a Japanese style of sword handling.

        Like Mr. Darcy.


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