First there was Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Seth Grahame-Smith (“the classic Regency romance-now with ultraviolent zombie mayhem!”), now we have popular essayist and novelist Michael Thomas Ford’s take on Jane Austen. No zombies here but Lord Byron has turned Jane into a vampire, a vampire who currently owns a bookstore in upstate New York. That’s right it’s Jane “The Fang” Austen. Read an excerpt here.
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