Pride Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith

ayxsgqo3trvttxznl46evr6ntvz” A delectable literary mesh -up…. Seth Grahame- Smith has taken the merry world established by a 19th-century literary lady, added a scourge of reanimated corpses, and created well, a pop cultural phenomenon, certainly, and one that has stirred up a lot of excitement. This is book takes place in the 19th century and there is this virus that make people turn into zombies. Then there are these three women trained to kill named Elizabeth, Jane, and Mrs. Darcy. This book doesn’t remind me of any book I’ve reed. But this book is just the movie they made for it. The only thing that stands out in this story it was like where did the virus come from. Then also how old were the women when they trained for this event happen. When got I just reading the book I was wondering what was going on in the story. But in the first part they were in a party while the zombies were walking through the party. I would give this book 3 out 5 stars. You should read this book if you like zombies and women who kill zombies in the 19th century.

Recommended by Javone S.


Hunger Games Trilogy

Hunger_gamesRecommended by Teara W.

Not all trilogies are boring, and Hunger Games is an example of that. Katniss finally steps up to the plate and shows everyone what she’s really made of. I recommend this book to anyone because of the hard decisions Katniss must face, although she is only 17 years old. This trilogy shows how one person can start a revolution. Women Power!