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Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith are the authors of the international best seller Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Since its publicaton in April 2009, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies has been translated into French, German, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Polish, Portuguese, Hungarian, Serbian, and Croatian. The novel has also been optioned to become a major motion picture. Ms. Austen died in 1817, but Mr. Grahame-Smith is currently alive and well in Los Angeles, California.
Roberto Parada is a freelance illustrator whose work has appeared in Time, Esquire, Rolling Stone, and Sports Illustrated. A graduate from Pratt Institute, he has received awards from The New York Society of Illustrators, Communications Arts, and American Illustration. Mr. Parada is also a bone marrow transplant survivor.
I finally understand why Charlotte married Mr.Collins out of the blue.
I have seen the numerous movies based on Pride and Prejudice novel, and was looking forward to reading... Read more
An A for effort and creativity but not on par with the original. Perhaps if you've never read Austen you'd love this.Published 12 months ago by Jessica
Bought this book for my father, he loved it. He was really going through a zombie phase at the time.Published on Sept. 25 2013 by RockabillySole
This is a very interesting twist on the classic and I enjoyed it quite a bit!
It gave me quite a few giggles and I love the fact that the heroine is not as helpless as one... Read more
AKA, "Jane Austin for Men."
It's exactly what it sounds like: the classic Victorian drama carefully edited to add zombie attacks, displays of martial prowess, and some rather... Read more
I like Pride and Prejudice. I like zombies. So it stands to reason that I should like Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. But I don't. Read morePublished on March 6 2012 by Megan
This book was so entertaining. I have wanted to read Pride and Prejudice for a while but I knew that the story would bore me to no end. Read morePublished on Nov. 9 2011 by Sophia Petersen