Saturday, February 19, 2011

I am fo' real

You aren't going to believe me, but this book was great. I am not a big fan of the whole vampire/zombie craze and in fact not really keen on the fantasy genre in general, but Dawn of the Dreadfuls (which happens to be the prequel to Pride & Prejudice & Zombies) was the perfect mesh of the ridiculous and an actual story line.

Highly recommend.


Jeff, Christa, and Evelyn said...

Good to know! By the way, hooked up on your blog from Cassie's. Hope you don't mind.

Lori said...

Should it be read before or after Pride and Prejudice and Zombies??

I just linked up with you like three times in my last post but I have stolen mucho ideas from you lately so I was just giving you credit for all your coolness and creativity!! :)

hillari said...

hmm. It looks horrible, but if you recommend it, I will have to give it a try. I also forgot to tell you that Gone, Hunger, and Lies prominently feature a severely autistic boy. As I don't know a whole lot about this, I don't know whether the portrayal of the kid is okay, outdated, offensive, whatever. I wondered as I was reading if it was an accurate portrayal of some kids' world. (and I realize that Jak's sitch is nothing like this kid's.) Anyway, if you read it, let me know. :)

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