“Scholars think it’s a bloody travesty, and the fans agree – the bloodier the better.”
NO MAJOR SPOILERS
Hello Bibliophiles, Quintin Fortune here, and I got seven women on my mind. Four just want to hold me, two have disowned me, and one has sworn vengeance against me.
Okay, so it’s not as catchy as the original. Which brings us to the introduction of my review for ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith (I’ll leave it to you to figure out which one’s riding on the coat tails of the other’s success).
This book is a retelling of the classic ‘Pride and Prejudice’ with the addition of zombies (obviously), ninjas (not as obviously), and martial arts-flavored ass-kicking sprinkled in a few places. Very few places.