The "New York Times"-bestselling Pride and Prejudice and Zombies trilogy comes to a thrilling conclusion with "Dreadfully Ever After."
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by Leslie Connor
by Carolyn Mackler
by Kristen Heitzmann
by Nancy Springer
by Kitty Sewell
by E.D. Baker
by Maria Dahvana Headley
by Steve Hockensmith
"As she has in the earlier books of this trilogy, narrator Katherine Kellgren seems to have romping good fun. Elizabeth Bennet tries to find a cure for Darcy, who has been bitten by a zombie--also known as "a dreadful." Elizabeth sets off for London to hobnob with the elite, who are rumored to have an experimental serum. Kellgren's adeptness with the accents of all classes, as well as with the condescending tone of certain members of the upper class, is on full display. Kellgren presents all of the events seriously, and her tone gives the appropriate nuances to this parody of Austen's novel of manners as characters battle the depravity of the dreadfuls by hiring ninjas and taking martial arts training. J.E.M. 2012 Audies Finalist (c) AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine"
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