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This was pretty much just the original book, with a little zombie action thrown in very occasionally.
I forced myself to finish the book, hoping that it would redeem itself, but it was a struggle every day to pick it up and keep reading.
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is a very different version of Jane Austen's classic novel with...zombies!
It's called a quirk classic for a reason! I loved the language and how well the story meshed with the added "zed- word" creatures. Read morePublished 17 days ago by montana
Let me start out with the fact that I love to read and once I start a book I finish it, no matter how grueling. I found this book a slog! Read morePublished 18 days ago by JB
I love it. I can't explain why. Its different, and it's great. AND ZOMBIES!
Sense & Sensibility & Seamonsters not so good. Read more
Silly ,silly book . I re-sold it as fast as I could just to get it out of my library .Published 23 days ago by Mothra Moth
The book came torn apart. The pages are going to start ripping off as I flip through them. I wish they would've said that before I bought the book!Published 1 month ago by Margaret Solis
I bought this based off the fact that I had just read 2 similar stories of vampires/zombies re-written into classics. This was a bad purchase. Read morePublished 1 month ago by glover246
Mr. Darcy was always one of my favorite male characters in literature and now that he kills zombies... well, that makes him about perfect. Read morePublished 1 month ago by skeeterbug
This was a rather entertaining read for anyone who hasn't been much interested in reading the original novel, or who just doesn't mind reading a severely altered version. Read morePublished 1 month ago by T. A. Kleinhans
I was very disappointed -- in fact, I didn't finish it, which is incredibly unusual for me. Zombie books can be quite enjoyable, even when they're satires, but this was just a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by sylvia tomasch