Check this out --
http://www.amazon.com/Pride-Prejudice-Z … 1594743347
Haha, I need to get this book at some point. Maybe I can retell a zombie classic at some point.
I guess I'm a snob because I can't bear the thought of this.
Its okay, it takes some getting used to. But it beats someone re-writing a classic just to sell it to make money; I've a feeling they've put a lot of time and forethought into it.
Zombies are a staple of scary, and within the context of them not having anything but basic instincts its often the victims of zombies who are their own destructor by acting stupid.
What bugs me too is that it is not re-written as far as I have heard. It just adds some scenes with zombies to the original. I think it shows a total lack of imagination, in my opinion.
I don't know about inserting zombies into existing stories, that just seems weird... But I just so happened to have written a zombie story lately! It isn't really my normal genre of writing, but I tried my best to make it my own.
Let me know what you think.
by colpolbear 6 years ago
Here are the rules. You get one choice, and one choice only. Dead or alive, real or fictional (as long as the fictional character is well known.) Choose wisely!P.S. Jesus isn't an option. Jesus is already a zombie!
by David Stillwell 6 years ago
zombies, zombies, zombies!!! Its like the new religion and peoples obsession with zombies is particularly odd...
by TheHoleStory 2 years ago
Do you think that this Zombie movie will be any different or better than previous Zombie movies?
by the pink umbrella 8 years ago
3 times today i heard men talking about having a weapon under their bed "for the zombies" or how "you have to be prepared for the zombie apocolypse" What is up with that?
by thebeast02 6 years ago
If a zombie apocalypse happened, where would you want to set up your defense?I would chose either Cabelas or another large sporting goods store. Due to their weapon stocks as well as food rations and water.
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