We have it! We have the book. In my hands, right now, is the cream of the crop. The top-dog. The bee’s knees. The cat’s pajamas! Whew!
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
Oh, do not doubt the power of this book. It will change your life one zombie infestation in polite 19th century English society at a time. Here are some choice quotes:
“A few of the guests, who had the misfortune of being too near the windows, were seized and feasted on at once.”
“The creatures were crawling on their hands and knees, biting into ripe heads of cauliflower, which they mistaken for stray brains.”
This is more than a daft reference. This is the actual text of P&P sandwiched between a zombie horde. Do the Bennets have what it takes to survive genteal British society; for Elizabeth to fall in love with Mr. Darcy; for England to ever be the same again?!
Yeah, you need this book. Many worlds of thanks to Seth Grahame-Smith. A+