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Highly recommended for those who like zombies and twisted literature.
In contrast, while I enjoyed seeing some of Austen's more minor characters developed in Dreadfully Ever After, I felt out of touch with the original lead characters.
I laughed out loud as I read and the book kept me hooked wondering what would happen next.
Was not a Jane Austen fan until i read all three books in this tongue-in-cheek series.
I would rank the three titles in my order of preference as (1) Pride and Prejudice... Read more
The original installment in this serial was delightfully dreadful, this installment is just bad. I couldn't force myself to finish reading it, which should tell you something as... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Leah J Crenshaw
Classic Pride & Prejudice with a dose of zombies thrown in. All the girls are trained warriors. Different, but ok.Published 6 months ago by E.G.
A fun read. A bit of brain candy for a rainy afternoon. Steve Hockensmith gets a very authentic cadence to the dialogue. Read morePublished 8 months ago by smackay
I own all the Pride and Prejudice and Zombies audiobooks and think they are all great! Katherine Kellgren reads each and every one with a 'straight face' and wry humor that is... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mary A. white
I am a big fan of this trilogy. This last book did not disapoint. Sad this is the last installment...Published 11 months ago by carly