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Quirk Classics/Sci Fi and Fantasy Book Reviews
Android Karenina - Quirk Classics has come out with yet another great literary parody. This time author Ben H. Winters teams up with literary great Leo Tolstoy for the science fiction masterpiece Android Karenina.
Dawn of the Dreadfuls - The book opens during a funeral. The corpse just doesnít behave as a corpse should. Instead of staying in the coffin, waiting to be put in the ground and decay, he rises up out of it, emitting an unearthly howl. Needless to say, the funeral comes to a dead halt. This is just the beginning.
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies - Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, a classic much improved by the addition of zombies, was written by Jane Austen and co-authored by Seth Grahame-Smith. I tried to read the original by Ms. Austen, but never could make it very far.
Other Science Fiction/Fantasy Books
Mystery of Everyman's Way - Mystery of Everymanís Way sounded as though it would be exciting. It was supposed to be full of twists and turns that would keep me on the edge of my seat. My excitement about reading this particular book soon withered away to boredom when I found the story impossible to follow or understand.
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