'Pride And Prejudice' Heroines Battle The Undead Jane Austen's original text has been ever so slightly altered to accommodate brand new scenes of the Bennet girls forming "The Pentagram of Death" and taking on hordes of the undead, along with a ninja or two.

'Pride And Prejudice' Heroines Battle The Undead

'Pride And Prejudice' Heroines Battle The Undead

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Beware on your next trip to the bookstore — zombies have invaded a classic. The living dead have come to Longbourn, the land of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.

Author — make that co-author — Seth Grahame-Smith altered Jane Austen's original text ever so slightly to accommodate brand new scenes of the Bennet girls forming "The Pentagram of Death" and taking on hordes of the undead, along with a ninja or two.

Grahame-Smith talks to Jacki Lyden about Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
By Jane Austen, Seth Grahame-Smith

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