Book Reviews, horror 1 comment on Pride and Prejudice and Zombies – by Seth Grahame-Smith

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies – by Seth Grahame-Smith

Did you read Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, and think: “That was good, but, it just needs something,”? If so, then you are in luck! Now, you can read Pride and Prejudice, the classic by Austen, with extra added zombies! What could be better than that?

Seth Grahame-Smith has taken the very same classic you know and love, and imagined what it would be like if the story was set in a “universe” where zombies existed. All the characters you know from Austen’s book are there, in the same relationships you would expect.

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Book Reviews, non fiction 0 comments on The Devil in the White City – by Erik Larson

The Devil in the White City – by Erik Larson

Between the covers of this book lies two completely different stories, intertwined because of proximity.  Both of them really happened. Readers who enjoy American history, stories about Chicago, architectural marvels, or terrifying true crime murder mysteries will find something attractive in The Devil in the White City.

The connective force in all these little stories is, of course, The World’s Fair that took place in Chicago. In many ways, it is astounding that this Fair ever made it into existence.

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