To Henry Sturges: Vampire at Large, I have recently read Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter by Seth Grahame-Smith, in which documented your significant role in helping to train one of America’s greatest presidents to survive and slay vampires. I found it a compelling tale, a wonderful mix of verifiable facts and the before untold involvement of vampires in […]
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Greetings Dark Readers, While Regency literature with and without mayhem may be our primary focus it is not our only interest. In fact, as I’m sure you have noticed, we take a particular delight in that dark mayhem that comes with the introduction of creatures of nightmares into a world typically well ordered. Keeping up […]
Having just completed Dreadfully Ever After (DEA) by Steve Hockensmith I am left with more questions about the zombie plague.
In Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Elizabeth Bennet takes on another layer of complexity with her warrior’s code in addition to the etiquette she is expected to adhere.
In Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice classism is deeply entwined with etiquette and at the heart of all social interactions, dictating to what degree it is appropriate to become familiar with others.
At a glance one may wonder what dances, ammunition, and male anatomy all have in common with one another.
In Pride and Prejudice and Zombies there is mention of two organizations regarding the unmentionables that plague England.
Now imagine that with the occasional zombie requiring dispatching and you have Pride and Prejudice and Zombies!
The bonds of friendship run deep, and the secrets we keep for our dearest friends can be gruesome…
When Jane Austen referred to Pride and Prejudice as “my own darling child,” I’m not sure she envisioned that child beseiged by dreadfuls.
In a world of proper observances of etiquette being overrun with zombies, it would be preferable to never speak of such things.