DEATHLESS DIVIDE – Justina Ireland

“It’s a curious thing, to watch a town fall to the dead.” After being surprisingly pleased with Dread Nation, I couldn’t wait to start Justina Ireland’s   sequel, Deathless Divide (Balzer + Bray, 2020).  It’s got a phenomenal cover, and I was eager to have more Jane and Kate.  I really wish I hadn’t read itContinue reading “DEATHLESS DIVIDE – Justina Ireland”

DREAD NATION – Justina Ireland

“And I suppose I might have grown up better, might have become a proper house girl or even taken Aunt Aggie’s place as House Negro. I might have been a good girl if it had been in the cards.  But all of that was dashed to hell two days after I was born, when theContinue reading “DREAD NATION – Justina Ireland”

Jane Austen & Seth Grahame-Smith — Pride & Prejudice & Zombies

I’ve never been the biggest Jane Austen fan. The Austen finger-puppet on my fridge isn’t there because I’m madly in love with Darcy or any other of Austen’s manly creations. I read Pride and Prejudice ages ago and simply remember not being all that impressed. I guess in the Austen/Bronte battle, I picked Charlotte. P&PContinue reading “Jane Austen & Seth Grahame-Smith — Pride & Prejudice & Zombies”