Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Review Haiku

If only they had
gotten Anna K. and
Emma Bovary, too.

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith. Quirk Classics, 2009, 317 pages.


Jodie said...

Still sitting on my shelf, now wondering why I bought it. Not sure how convinced I am about begining it soon.

EM said...

It was funny at first, tiresome about 50 pages in, then funny again. It's worth reading the first couple chapters just for the comic value.

Els Kushner said...

That's what I did-- read the first couple chapters. My work bought a Sony e-book and is circulating it among staff and P&P&Z is one of the books loaded on. It was...cute. In a gory, creepy kind of way. (The book, that is; not the e-reader. Well, maybe the e-reader too.)